Higher Education Institutions participating in LLP/Erasmus programme
Universities participating in LLP/Erasmus programme PUBLIC (valstybiniai) PRIVATE (nevalstybiniai)
Kauno medicinos universitetas Kaunas University of Medicine http://www.kmu.lt Adress: A. Mickevičiaus g. 9, LT-44307 Kaunas Phone: +370 37 32 72 01 Fax: +370 37 22 07 33 E-mail: email@example.com Kauno technologijos universitetas Kaunas University of Technology http://www.ktu.lt Adress: K. Donelaičio g. 73, LT-44029 Kaunas Phone: +370 37 30 00 00, 30 00 99 Fax: +370 37 32 41 44 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Lietuvos kūno kultūros akademija Lithuanian Academy of Physical Education http://www.lkka.lt Adresas: Sporto g. 6, LT-44221, Kaunas Phone: +370 37 30 26 21 Fax: +370 37 20 45 15 E-mail: email@example.com
Lietuvos veterinarijos akademija Lithuanian Veterinary Academy http://www.lva.lt Adress: Tilžės g. 18, LT-47181 Kaunas Phone: +370 37 36 23 83 Fax: +370 37 36 24 17 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas Vytautas Magnus University http://www.vdu.lt/ Adress: K. Donelaičio g. 58, LT-44248 Kaunas Phone: +370 37 22 27 39 Fax: +370 37 20 38 58 E-mail: email@example.com ISM Vadybos ir ekonomikos universitetas ISM University of Management and Economics http: //www.ism.lt Adress: E. Ožeškienės g. 18, LT-44254 Kaunas Phone: +370 37 32 08 40 Fax: +370 37 30 23 68 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lietuvos žemės ūkio universitetas Lithuanian University of Agriculture http://www.lzuu.lt Adress: Studentų g. 11, LT-53361 Akademija Kauno raj. Phone: +370 37 75 22 00 Fax: +370 37 39 75 00 E-mail: email@example.com
Klaipėdos universitetas Klaipeda University http://www.ku.lt Adress: H. Manto g. 84, LT-92294 Klaipėda Phone: +370 46 39 89 01 Fax: +370 46 39 89 02 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org LCC tarptautinis universitetas LCC International University http://www.lcc.lt Adress: Kretingos g. 36, LT-92307 Klaipėda Phone: +370 46 31 07 45 Fax: +370 46 31 05 60 E-mail: email@example.com
Šiaulių universitetas Siauliai University http://www.su.lt/ Adress: Vilniaus g. 88, LT-76285 Šiauliai Phone: +370 41 59 58 00 Fax: +370 41 59 58 09 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Generolo J. Žemaičio Lietuvos karo akademija General J. Zemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania http://www.lka.lt Adress: Šilo g. 5A, LT-10322 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 212 69 23 Fax: +370 5 212 73 18 E-mail: email@example.com Lietuvos muzikos ir teatro akademija Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre Tinklapis: http://www.lmta.lt Adress: Gedimino pr. 42, LT-01110 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 261 26 91 Fax: +370 5 212 69 82 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mykolo Romerio universitetas Mykolas Romeris University http://www.mruni.eu Adress: Ateities g. 20, LT-08303 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 271 46 47 Fax: +370 5 267 60 00 E-mail: email@example.com
31 state officially participating in LLP: · EU members: Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, The Nederlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Check Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Cyprus, Malta, Bulgaria, Romania. · EEA states: Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein. · Candidate country: Turkey.
Note: Switzerland participates in LLP non-oficially as „silent partner“. Mobility activities could be implemented without funding from European Comission.
Vilniaus dailės akademija Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts http://www.vda.lt/ Adress: Maironio g. 6, LT-01124 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 210 54 30 Fax: +370 5 210 54 44 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Vilniaus Gedimino technikos universitetas Vilnius Gediminas Technical University http://www.vgtu.lt/ Adress: Saulėtekio al. 11, LT-10223 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 274 50 30 Fax: +370 5 270 01 12 E-mail: email@example.com Vilniaus pedagoginis universitetas Vilnius Pedagogical University http://www.vpu.lt/ Adress: Studentų g. 39, LT-08106 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 279 02 81 Fax: +370 5 279 05 48
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Vilniaus universitetas Vilnius University http://www.vu.lt/ Adress: Universiteto g. 3, LT-01513 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 268 70 01 Fax: +370 5 268 70 09 E-mail: email@example.com Vilniaus universiteto tarptautinio verslo mokykla International Business school at Vilnius university http://www.tvm.lt Adress: Saulėtekio al. 22, LT-10225 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 236 68 89 Fax: +370 5 269 87 56 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Colleges participating in LLP/Erasmus programme PUBLIC (valstybiniai) PRIVATE (nevalstybiniai)
Alytaus kolegija Alytus College http://www.akolegija.lt Adress: Merkinės g. 2b, LT-62252 Alytus Phone: +370 315 7 90 75 Fax: +370 315 7 91 32 E-mail: email@example.com
Kauno kolegija Kaunas College http://www.kauko.lt Adress: Pramonės pr. 20, LT-50468 Kaunas Phone: +370 37 35 23 24 Fax: +370 37 75 11 35 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Kauno miškų ir aplinkos inžinerijos kolegija Kaunas College of Forestry and Environmental Enginnering http://www.kmaik.lm.lt/ Adress: Liepų g. 1, Girionių k., Samylų sen., LT-53101 Kauno r. sav. Phone: +370 37 38 31 38 Fax: +370 37 38 31 40 E-mail: email@example.com
Žemaitijos kolegija Zemaitijos College http://www.zemko.lt/ Adress: L. Ivinskio g. 5, LT-90311 Rietavas Phone: +370 448 6 84 71 Fax: +370 448 6 85 84 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Šiaulių kolegija Siauliai College http://www.siauliukolegija.lt/ Adress: Aušros al. 40, LT-76241 Šiauliai Phone: +370 41 52 37 68 Fax: +370 41 52 50 91 E-mail: email@example.com Šiaulių krašto vadybos, teisės ir kalbų kolegija College of Management, Law and Languages in Siauliai Region http://www.kolegija.com Adress: Dvaro g. 87, LT-76236 Šiauliai Phone: +370 41 43 35 47 Fax: +370 41 42 24 41 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Šiaurės Lietuvos kolegija North Lithuania College http://www.slk.lt Adress: Tilžės g. 22, LT-78243 Šiauliai Phone: +370 41 52 51 00 Fax: +370 41 52 51 00 E-mail: email@example.com
Utenos kolegija Utena College http://www.utenos-kolegija.lt/ Adress: Maironio g. 7, LT-28142 Utena Phone: +370 389 5 16 62 Fax: +370 389 5 16 62 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vilniaus kolegija Vilnius College http://www.viko.lt/ Adress: J. Jasinskio g. 15, LT-01111 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 219 16 00 Fax: +370 5 219 16 22 E-mail: email@example.com
Kauno technikos kolegija Kaunas Technical College http://www.ktk.lt/ Adress: Tvirtovės al. 35, LT-50155 Kaunas Phone: +370 37 30 86 20 Fax: +370 37 33 31 20 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vilniaus statybos ir dizaino kolegija Vilnius College of Construction and Design http://www.vsdk.lt/ Adress: Antakalnio g. 54, LT-10303 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 234 15 24 Fax: +370 5 234 37 69 E-mail: email@example.com
Kolpingo kolegija Kolping College http://kolegija.kolping.lt/ Adress: Raguvos g. 7, LT-44275 Kaunas Phone: +370 37 20 15 28 Fax: +370 37 22 00 30 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vilniaus aukštoji vadybos mokykla Vilnius Management College http://www.vva.lt/ Adress: J. Basanavičiaus g. 29 a, LT-03109 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 213 36 06 Fax: +370 5 213 36 06 E-mail: email@example.com
V.A. Graičiūno aukštoji vadybos mokykla V.A. Graičiūnas school of Management www.avm.lt Adress: Kęstučio g. 57a, LT–44303 Kaunas Phone: +370 37 32 02 81 Fax: +370 37 42 29 97 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vilniaus kooperacijos kolegija Vilnius Co-operative College http://www.vkk.lt/ Adress: Konstitucijos pr. 11, LT-09308 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 275 01 83 Fax: +370 5 275 01 83 E-mail: email@example.com
Klaipėdos kolegija Klaipeda College http://www.klk.lt Adress: Dariaus ir Girėno g. 8, LT-92255 Klaipėda Phone: +370 46 31 45 72 Fax: +370 46 31 16 30 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vilniaus teisės ir verslo kolegija Vilnius Law and Business College http://www.vtvk.lt Adress: Laisves pr. 58, LT-05120, Vilnius Phone: +370 5 242 60 00 Fax: +370 5 246 03 00 E-mail: email@example.com
Klaipėdos verslo ir technologijų kolegija Klaipeda Business and Technology College http://www.klvtk.lt/ Adress: Jaunystės g. 1, LT-91274 Klaipėda Phone: +370 46 48 92 66 Fax: +370 46 31 45 75 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vilniaus verslo kolegija Vilnius Business College http://www.kolegija.lt/ Adress: Kalvarijų g. 125, LT-01210, Vilnius Phone: +370 5 215 48 84 Fax: +370 5 215 48 84 E-mail: email@example.com
Lietuvos jūreivystės kolegija Lithuanian Maritime College http://www.lmc.lt/ Adress: I.Kanto g. 7, LT-92123 Klaipėda Phone: +370 46 39 72 40 Fax: +370 46 39 72 40 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vilniaus technikos kolegija Vilnius Technical College http://www.vtk.lt Adress: Olandų g. 16, LT-01100 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 262 15 69 Fax: +370 5 262 15 69 E-mail: email@example.com
socialinių mokslų kolegija College of Social Sciences http://www.smk.lt/ Adress: Nemuno g. 2, LT-91199 Klaipėda Phone: +370 46 39 70 77 Fax: +370 46 39 70 77 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scientific Institutes participating in LLP/Erasmus programme
Klaipėdos verslo kolegija Klaipėda Business College http://www.klvk.lt/ Adress: Tilžės g. 46a, LT-91112 Klaipėda Phone: +370 46 31 02 14 Fax: +370 46 31 02 14 E-mail: email@example.com Vakarų Lietuvos verslo kolegija West Lithuania Business College http://www.vlvk.lt/ Adress: Šilutės pl. 2, LT-91110 Klaipėda Phone: +370 46 31 10 99 Fax: +370 46 31 43 20 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marijampolės kolegija Marijampole College http://www.marko.lt/ Adress: V. Kudirkos g. 61, LT-68303 Marijampolė Phone: +370 343 5 07 50 Fax: +370 343 5 07 50 E-mail: email@example.com
Panevėžio kolegija Panevezys College http://www.panko.lt/ Adress: Laisvės a. 23, LT-35200 Panevėžys Phone: +370 45 46 03 22 Fax: +370 45 51 00 09 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Matematikos ir informatikos institutas Institute of Mathematics and Informatics http://www.mii.lt Adress: Akademijos g. 4, LT- 08663 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 210 93 00 Fax: +370 5 272 92 09 E-mail: email@example.com Puslaidininkių fizikos institutas Semiconductor Physics Institute http://www.pfi.lt Adress: A. Goštauto g. 11, LT-01108 Vilnius Phone: +370 5 261 97 59 Fax: +370 5 262 71 23 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
U s e f u l i n f o r m at i o n The State of Lithuania. Independent and democratic republic. The powers of the State are exercised by the Seimas (the Parliament), the President of the Republic, the Government, and the Judiciary. The scope of their powers is defined by the Constitution. National Emblem. As of march, the National Emblem has been a white Vytis (a mounted armed knight with a raised sword) against a red background. National Flag. The colours of the State Flag are yellow, green, and red. The tricolour’s stripes are horizontal. Administrative Regions. The country is divided into 10 counties, spanning the country’s 60 administrative districts and towns. Total area: 65,300 sq. km. Nearly one third of the country is covered by forests, and 4.5% by inland waters. There are over 2,800 lakes larger than 0.5 hectares in size, and 18 rivers longer than 100 kilometres in. Climate: Maritime/continental. Average temperature in July is +17°C, in January -4.9°C. However, temperatures can soar up to +30°C in summer, and drop to -32°C in winter. Summers are pleasantly mild, whereas not every winter offers an abundance of snow. Local Time: Lithuania lies in the Central European Time zone (GMT +2 hours, or the same as, for instance, Helsinki, Riga, and Tallinn). Population: 3.37 million. Largest Cities by population: Vilnius 554,409; Kaunas 358,111; Klaipėda 185,936; Šiauliai 128,397; Panevėžys 114,582 Capital: Vilnius. The city was officially founded in 1323. But a fortified castle at the confluence of the rivers Neris and Vilnia was built earlier. The Old Town of Vilnius is one of the largest (360 ha) and prettiest in East and Central Europe and is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city boasts excellent public transport with trolleybus, bus and minibus routes; plenty of taxis are available. Ethnic Composition: Lithuanians 83.5%, Polish 6.7%, Russians 6.3%, Belarusians 1.2%, others 2.3%. Lithuania is home to as many as 115 ethnic groups. Religion: Predominantly Roman Catholic (approximately 80% of the total population). Other confessions include Orthodox, Old Believers, Lutheran, Reformed, Judaist, Sunni, Karaite and other communities. Language: the state language is Lithuanian. All correspondence and official communication is conducted in Lithuanian. National Currency and Payments: The National currency is the Lithuanian Litas (LTL). It is pegged to the Euro at an exchange rate of EUR 1 = LTL 3.4528. Cash payments will be accepted only in the Litas; however many shopping centres and other service outlets take credit cards.
C RE D ITS AN D STU DY FORMS
In Lithuania, higher education qualification can be acquired in higher education institutions only. Presently the workload of studies is measured in credits. The average volume of full-time studies is 40 national credits per study year. One credit corresponds to 40 relative hours (or to one week) of the student’s work (in classes, laboratories, independent work, etc.) or to approximately 1,5 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits. There are three main study forms: full-time, part-time evening studies, and parttime extra-mural studies.
ASSESSMENT AND GRADING SYSTEM
In Lithuania, a criteria-referenced evaluation system is used. Every course in a subject should be assessed by either: examination, graded credit test or credit test (pass/fail). All three can be oral or written. A graded credit test is similar to an examination; only the scope of the material covered is usually much narrower than for the examination. An examination and a graded credit test are evaluated by a grade. Credit tests are either pass or fail.
FINAL EXAMINATIONS AND THESES / FINAL PROJECTS Universities. Bachelor’s programmes are deemed completed after defending of the final work (bachelor’s thesis) and/or passing final examinations. Master’s and Doctoral programmes are deemed completed after defending of Master’s and Doctoral theses, wich are prepared during the entire period of the programme and defended publicly. Colleges. Passing the final examination and / or defending the final project complete non-university study programmes.
Each student, upon successful graduation from an institution of higher education, receives a diploma and a supplement testifying the level of education obtained and the results achieved. Graduates of programmes for periods of study receive either an education certificate from the institution or an extract from their course record, specifying the programme graduated, subjects covered and results achieved.
Other Areas of Study
Communication and Information Sciences
Languages and Philological Sciences
Universities Kaunas University of Medicine Kaunas University of Technology Klaipėda University The General J. Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania LCC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Lithuanian Academy of Physical Education Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre Lithuanian Veterinary Academy Lithuanian University of Agriculture Mykolas Romeris University Šiauliai University Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts Vytautas Magnus University ISM University of Management and Economics Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Vilnius Pedagogical University Vilnius University International Business School at Vilnius University Colleges Alytus College Kaunas College Klaipėda College College of Social Sciences Klaipėda Business College Klapėda Business and Technology College Kaunas College of Forestry and Environment Enginnering Kolping College Kaunas Technical College V.A.Graičiūnas School of Management Lithuanian Maritime College Marijampolė College Panevėžys College
STU DY PRO G RAMMES
According to the content of studies and the qualifications awarded, all consecutive study programmes are divided into 63 study fields. The study fields are grouped into six study areas: humanities, social, physical, biomedical, technological sciences and arts. Almost all study programmes are run in the Lithuanian language. A foreign national seeking access to higher education in Lithuania has to show proficiency in the language of instruction passing the pass/ fail test that is so far administered by Vilnius University (www.lsk. flf.vu.lt). However, a certain number of programmes leading to a degree are available in English, German, French or Russian.
Higher Education Institution
Erasmus – the first large European Community programme in the field of higher education. Started in 1987, all the countries participating in this programe, including Lithuania, celebrate 20 years in the programme in 2007. Erasmus seeks to enhance the quality and reinforce the European dimension of higher education by encouraging transnational cooperation between universities, boosting European mobility and improving the transparency and full academic recognition of studies and qualifications throughout the EU. The programme includes many different activities: Mobility of Students for the Purposes of Studying as well as Student Placements in Enterprises, Teaching Assignments for Teaching Staff and Staff Training for Teaching and Other Staff, Joint development of study programmes (Curriculum development), Co-operation between Universities and Enterprises, International intensive programmes, Thematic networks between departments and faculties across Europe, Language courses (EILC), Organisation of Mobility, promotion of the objectives and results of Erasmus projects (Accompanying measures). Erasmus action is targeted at higher education institutions and their students and staff in all 27 Member States of the European Union, the three countries of the European Economic Area (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway), and Turkey. Currently 3153 higher education institutions in 31 countries are participating in Erasmus. Since the creation of the programme, 1.2 million students have benefited from an Erasmus study period abroad. Lithuanian higher education institutions started participating in Erasmus in the 1999–2000 academic year. Starting from only 16 higher education institutions, the number reached 18 universities (15 state and 3 non-state) and 26 colleges (15 state and 11 non-state) in 2007. The number of Erasmus mobility is growing every year. Students and teachers take the opportunity to study in a new environment, to improve their knowledge and to learn about different cultures. The most popular fields among Lithuanian Erasmus students in 2005–2006 were business and management studies, engineering and technology studies, language studies and social studies. The most attractive countries for Lithuanian students are Germany, Finland, Denmark, Sweden and France, and from the new EU member states – Poland and the Czech Republic. The number of incoming students is constantly gowing; more than doubling during recent academic years. This is the highest increase among all new members of the European Union. The highests numbers of Erasmus students are coming from Germany, Portugal, France and Finland. Of the new EU members, students from Poland, Latvia and Estonia prefer Lithuania as Erasmus country.
Eductaion, Teatcher Training
STU D IES
Business Studies, Management Science
Lithuania is a new and active member of the European Union (since May 1, 2004) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (since March 29, 2004). It is the only Baltic country with a tradition of nearly eight hundred years of statehood. Its name was first mentioned almost one thousand years ago, in 1009. Wedged on the dividing line between Western and Eastern civilizations, Lithuania battled dramatically for its independence and survival. Once in the Middle Ages, Lithuania was the largest state in the entire Eastern Europe, crafts and overseas trade prospered. In 1579, Vilnius University, an important scientific and education a centre on a European level, was founded. In the 16th century, Lithuania adopted its First, Second and Third Statutes. The Statutes not only were the backbone of the legislative system of the country, they also had a major impact on the legislation of other European states of the time. Despite losing its independence, Lithuania managed to retain its Third Statute in effect for as long as 250 years, and it was instrumental in the preservation of the national and civic self-awareness of the public. The Constitution of Lithuania-Poland, together with the French Constitution, both adopted in 1791, were the first constitutions in Europe. Vilnius has always been a multinational, multilingual, and multicultural European city. Trying to position itself as an informal political leader of the Baltic countries, it shares its experience in democratic development with other countries of the post-Soviet bloc, and takes an active part in the EU renewal process.
Studies at higher education institutions in Lithuania can be of two types: non-university and university studies. Non-university studies are one-level (undergraduate) professional studies intended for preparation for a professional activity. 120–160 credits are required in order to complete non-university studies. These studies provide opportunities to acquire professional qualifications on the basis of applied research activities. Beginning from January 1, 2007 some colleges acquired the right to confer a profesinis bakalauras (Professional Bachelor’s) degree. University studies are organized in three cycles. 1st cycle (undergraduate) studies lead to a bakalauras (Bachelor) degree and/or professional qualification and give access to 2nd cycle studies. 140–180 credits are required in order to complete 1st cycle studies. 2nd cycle (graduate) studies lead to a magistras (Master) degree or to magistras (Master) degree combined with and a professional qualification and give access to 3rd cycle studies. In order to complete 2nd cycle studies 60 – 80 credits are required. After full completion of another type of graduate studies – specialized professional studies – a professional qualification is obtained without the right to enter university 3rd cycle studies. In order to complete these studies, 40 – 80 credits are required. Three different types of 3rd cycle (postgraduate) studies are available: doktorantūra (doctoral studies) – studies leading to a research degree (not more than 4 years nominal duration); rezidentūra (residency) – studies of Medicine, Odontology, and Veterinary Medicine to prepare specialists for practical activities and leading to a professional qualification (3-6 years nominal duration); meno aspirantūra (art studies) – studies devoted to the training and specialization of artists and leading to a meno licenciatas degree (80 credits required). There are also vientisosios (integrated) university studies (combining 1 st and 2 nd cycle). After successful completion of integrated studies, Master’s degree and/or professional qualification is awarded and access to 3rd cycle (postgraduate) studies is granted. Traditionally, this type of studies is given in the fields of medicine, engineering, law and religious studies. Workload in credits of these studies varies: no less than 180 national credits are required for professional qualification and/ or 200–240 credits for Master’s degree. Studies in the field of Medicine, Odontology ant Veterinary Medicine could be more extensive, but in any case do not require more than 280 credits.
llp/erasmus programme study areas
Art and Design
LLP/Erasmus in Lithuania
Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning
North Lithuanian College
College of Management, Law and Languages in Šiauliai Region
West Lithuania Business College
Vilnius Co-operative College
Vilnius College of Construction and Design Vilnius Law and Business College
Vilnius Business College Vilnius Management College
The programme is also supported by national authorities. Each year all universities and colleges receive additional funding from the national budget for outgoing Erasmus student and teacher mobility, management as well as for the project work. Some atractive and popular activities concerning Erasmus in Lithuania should be mentioned: - the Erasmus Intensive Lithuanian Language Preparation Courses (EILCs) are organized each summer and winter by some universities. - Since 2004, two times per year, the National Agency together with the Lithuanian Ministry of Education and Science has been organising national events – “ERASMUS days” for all incoming students and Lithuanian student-mentors.
Contacts Unit of Higher Education Programmes Education Exchanges Support Foundation e-mail: email@example.com phone: (+370) 5 249 81 89 fax: (+370) 5 249 71 37 www.smpf.lt
Vilnius Technical College Žemaitijos College Scientific institutes Institute of Mathematics and Informatics Semiconductor Physics Institute
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