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As part of the European nation, Lithuania’s universities and institutes are demonstrative of an unexceptional standard of higher education. With over just 50 universities and colleges throughout the country, its education tradition is one of the oldest in Eastern European union, dating back to 1579 with the foundation of Vilnius University in the nation’s capital of Vilnius.
Candidates who chose to study in Lithuania can intensify their education experience by gaining the advantage of a numerous cultural institutions and museums existing within Vilnius, in the country’s former capital Trakai, and within the country.
• Tuition fee in Lithuania is minimal and supported by tax-payers of Lithuanian Citizens
• Lithuania is a land to many top emerging universities and colleges, well known for their high quality of teaching and education
• Many institutions of higher education at Lithuania are well equipped with exquisite research, literature, computing & amp; technology facilities
• The students who graduate from Lithuanian universities are widely recognized across the world for their knowledge and skills.
• Students carry out their research in a conducive environment under highly distinguished professors.
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• Indian Students are exempted from submitting IELTS/TOEFL for admission into majority of the programmes
• Lithuania is well known for safe environment, friendly people, historical heritage and enchanting nature
• The population of Lithuania is one of the most educated in the Europe and majority of the population speaks English
The academic year commences from September and ends in mid-June and is divided into two semesters, spring and autumn. Students have an option to study either full-time or part-time.
Each study programmes in Lithuania is assessed according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), with each year of study awarded with 60 ECTS credits.
Non-university education is undergraduate studies, and they come in the first cycle.
University degrees are offered in three cycles:
• The first cycle is undergraduate (Bachelor)
• The second cycle is graduate (Master or specialized professional studies)
• The third cycle is postgraduate (Doctoral; residency; postgraduate in the Arts) During the first cycle, a candidate can opt to study for a Bachelor’s degree and a professional qualification for which you will require 180 – 240 ECTS. When you finish the course, with or without a professional qualification you get a Bachelor’s Diploma. If you only wish to study for the professional qualification, then you will get a Higher Educational Diploma.
Bachelor degrees along with professional qualifications are offered at universities whereas professional qualifications, without degrees, can be taken at colleges.
If you are in the second cycle (or aim to be there) and you wish to study for a Master’s degree or any specialized professional qualification one of the possibilities open to you is the integrated study programmers. These programmers combine studies of the both first and second cycles. On a successful completion, graduates are awarded a Master’s Diploma which testifies their Master’s degree status. You can also achieve a professional qualification. If you are pursuing Master’s Diploma (which is only offered at the universities), you will have to obtain 90 – 120 ECTS credits.
At this level, if you study for the professional qualification you will be awarded a Higher Education Diploma. The main purpose of the specialized professional studies at this level is to obtain a qualification in a particular field.
In the third cycle, students study at the level of postgraduate qualification. This could be either a Doctorate, a Residency or a postgraduate qualification in the Arts. Postgraduate studies are either offered by a university or a university and science institution collectively. The term of the different postgraduate studies is determined by the Government of Lithuania.
Some Higher Education institutions coordinate summer courses in addition to regular courses. These courses offer mostly academic content which usually lasts for a couple of weeks in the summer. They are often both formal and informal. In few Higher Education institutions, it is likely to gain ECTS credits and scholarships if they are included in the studies for summer courses.
Higher Education institutions in Lithuania converge to give students the skills they need to apply their knowledge practically. Therefore, students can engage educational, professional or scientific practices both locally and internationally
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