As part of the European Union, Universities in Lithuania follow the Bologna system. All of the 350+ English-taught study programs in Lithuania are evaluated according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), with each year of study being awarded 60 ECTS credits.
Bachelor students in Lithuania enjoy the opportunity to choose from a wide range of courses and programs, each designed to cultivate the necessary knowledge and skills to move on to a rewarding career or further academic study. Marketing, International Business Law, Tourism and Hospitality Management, Social Work, Political Science, Education, Mechanical Engineering, Architecture, IT, Sea Ports Engineering and Philology are just a few of the long list of Bachelor study options in Lithuania.
The academic year starts in September and ends in mid-June and is divided into two semesters – spring and autumn.
• Passport Copy
• High School Transcripts & Certificate
• Recommendation Letters
• Personal Statement
• IELTS Academic
Lithuania uses the Euro (€) as its currency.
The tuition fee to pay is between €2,500 and €5,500 per year for a bachelor’s degree.