FAQ

FAQs (for exchange students)

Q: Where can I find subjects taught in English?

The courses taught in English are listed here: http://www.ktk.lt/international-2/courses-for-erasmus-mobility/

Q: Where can I find information about accommodation at the students’ residence?

Follow this link to find the information about our student accommodation: http://www.ktk.lt/international-2/residence/. Take note that all Erasmus+ students have a priority to receive a place at the students’ residence, so you don’t need to worry that your application won’t be accepted. You only need to inform us whether you will require student accommodation when you send us your Learning agreement.

Q: What are the visa requirements for Erasmus+ students? 

Students coming from outside the EU require a national visa for multiple entries D in order to study in Lithuania. Visa D will allow you to travel via Schengen countries 3 months in each period of 6 months. A multiple entry visa (D) may be issued for the period of up to 12 months.

The application needs to be submitted to the nearest Lithuanian Embassy/Consulate. The visa is normally issued in 15 days. Check the website of your local Embassy of Lithuania for further information.

Q: What support will I have? Are there mentors/advisers? 

Yes, you will be introduced to your mentor during the first week of your studies. You will also receive support from the International Relations Officer and the academic adviser within your study programme.

 

FAQs (for degree students)

Q: What are the admission criteria? 

You can find the admission criteria here: Admission Procedure 2020

Q: Where do I need to send my school transcripts? 

All application documentation is to be emailed to: admission@edu.ktk.lt

Q: How do I know if I must pay resident or non-resident tuition as an international student? 

Regardless of your country of origin, you will be required to pay a non-resident tuition fee, i.e. 3000 EUR/year.

Q: Will I get a scholarship?

International students who study with us on a full-time or part-time basis are offered the same scholarships as Lithuanian students. They are academic scholarships awarded depending on the results. The criteria vary every year depending on the number of students, budget allocated, etc. This year (2020-2021) part-time students get a scholarship starting from 9.25 average, full-time students from 8.8. The amount ranges from 70 to 200 Eur/month.

Q: Where can I find information about accommodation at the students’ residence?

Follow this link to find the information about our student accommodation: http://www.ktk.lt/international-2/residence/.

Q: What are the visa requirements for international students?

 All students coming from outside the EU require a national visa for multiple entries D in order to study in Lithuania. Visa D will allow you to travel via Schengen countries 3 months in each period of 6 months. A multiple entry visa (D) may be issued for the period of up to 12 months.

The application needs to be submitted to the nearest Lithuanian Embassy/Consulate. The visa is normally issued in 15 days. Check the website of your local Embassy of Lithuania for further information.

Q: What support will I have? Are there mentors/advisers? 

Yes, you will be introduced to your mentor during the first week of your studies. You will also receive support from the International Relations Officer and the academic adviser within your study programme.

Q: What language skills do I need to prove?

Your lectures will be taught in English, and you are required to provide proof of B2 level of English.