Apart from quality education, KTK offers its students a variety of extra-curricular cultural and sports activities to enhance their student experience. They include:

...KTK folk dance group "Pusynelis" where you will get to know Lithuanian culture, discover Lithuanian music, dance and traditions, participate in "Kaunas City Days", other regional, national and international events and competitions and spend your leisure in an active and creative way. 

The group announces admission of new members at the beginning of each academic year. Keep an eye on their facebook page for more information.


... basketball called the second religion in Lithuania. Kaunas is home to the only Lithuanian team in the Euroleague "Zalgiris", legendary players, such as Arvydas Sabonis, and houses the largest indoor arena in the Baltics. Naturally, KTK also cherishes and promotes Lithuanian basketball traditions and invites its students to get involved in the activities of the basketball team, enjoy active leisure and take part in competitions and tournaments. 


..KTK Racing Division, where you can participate in motorsport events, prepare cars for racing events, spend your leisure actively among like-minded people promote and represent KTK nationally and internationally, and communicate with sponsors and other teams of famous brands. 

Everyone interested is welcome to learn more and join the team by visiting the office next to KTK Bosch Practical Training Center at Algirdo 56B. 


... Viktoras Ašmenskas Aviation Modeling Club where students interested in aviation can get acquainted with electronically controlled models and their development, visit partner companies and educational institutions, including the glider factory and the Baltic Aviation Academy, where pilots of passenger planes are trained.

Viktoras Ašmenskas (1912-2016) was a graduate of Kaunas Higher Technical School (former name of Kaunas University of Applied Engineering Sciences), famous Lithuanian engineer, aviator, activist of resistance to Nazi and Soviet regimes. The Club has been named after to remind its members their obligation to restore, preserve and nurture the traditions of Lithuanian aviation.


... and many more sports and activities, including futsal, volleyball, ping pong, running, weightlifting and others.