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Take part in a virtual two-day study fair and participate in various activities from the comfort of your home.

Learn about academic life at Vilnius University, and all opportunities await you.

Discuss relevant topics in personal or group consultations and win prizes for active participation!

Get to know the University community and its members and meet like-minded people.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Vilnius university offers a range of integrated Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral studies, as well as residencies. Find your study programme on our website: https://www.vu.lt/en/studies
After finding the degree programme you would like to pursue, it is necessary to fulfil the general admission requirements and the specific programme requirements (if applicable). We have prepared a list of the 8 steps you will need to take, to join us at Vilnius University: https://www.vu.lt/en/studies/bachelor-and-integrated-studies#for-international-students
There are a few different accommodation options:

– Stay in the Vilnius University halls of residence if you will be studying in Vilnius. You can submit your application for this accommodation via the online admission system at apply.vu.lt after you receive your acceptance letter.
– Find accommodation elsewhere if you are studying in Vilnius, Kaunas or Šiauliai.
More information about our accommodation is available at: https://www.vu.lt/en/studies/master-studies/living-in-lithuania/accommodation
Because of the differences in the study programmes and their admission requirements, the English language proficiency test is considered individually in each case.

For study programmes taught in English the required language certificates are: Cambridge English B2 First (First Certificate of English) 160+, IELTS 5.5+, iBT TOEFL 55+.

If you are a native speaker and/or if the English language was the medium of instruction in your previous studies, you will be exempt from providing an English language test score.

For study programmes taught in Russian, the requirement is Russian language proficiency level C1.

If you are a native speaker and/or if the Russian language was the medium of instruction in your previous studies, you will be exempt from providing a Russian language test score.
Transferring from another university to Vilnius University is possible if the study programme that you are currently enrolled in and the study programme that you would like to enrol in at Vilnius University do not differ by more than 15 ECTS credits. Also, you should not have any current academic debts. Individuals faculties of Vilnius University can set additional transfer requirements.
Please check the tuition fees separately for each programme.

After you have confirmed your decision to study at Vilnius University, you should transfer the tuition fee for your first study year of studies. An invoice will be sent via the online application system.

Tuition fees for the first year of studies must be paid within 15 calendar days after the date when you receive an invitation to study (pre-acceptance letter).

After receiving your tuition fee, our International Relations Office will prepare the necessary documents for a National Visa (D) and will send them to you by mail.
Every programme has its structure and a full curriculum available online. Feel free to review what our students say about their studies: https://www.vu.lt/en/studies/ask-a-student
In the admission procedure, you may submit the application with a list of three study programmes that you wish to apply for. The second study programme will only be considered if you do not receive an offer an offer for first one, or if you reject that offer. The application fee of EUR 100 covers the whole application process, including the admission procedures for the three study programmes.
Technically, there are no distance learning study programmes available at Vilnius University. It is required for all students to arrive and participate in lectures, seminars and other activities. Studies will get back to the normal level of contact in the Autumn semester, if the university is no longer affected by the global COVID-19 pandemic.