Steps for applying:

  • Contact the International Relations Office of your home institution and ask for information as each partner university has its own pre-selection and nomination process with specific pre-requisites and timing;
  • Check the course catalogue and choose your study programme and courses;
  • Submit your application online.

Applications for the Spring semester 2020/2021 will be accepted from 6th of October to 15th November.

All applications must be submitted by using the online form. Paper or e-mail applications will be automatically rejected.

Documents to be attached to the online application:

  • Letter of motivation;
  • Link to online portfolio (please avoid using wetransfer or any other service of limited duration as the portfolios will be viewed only after the application deadline);
  • Copy of passport or national ID;
  • Transcript of Records from your home university;
  • Learning Agreement (filled-in and signed by you and your home university coordinator (template here or provided by your home university);
  • Signed Confirmation of nomination.

Application deadlines (extended)

15th May - for the Autumn semester /Full academic year.
15th June - information on admission results will be announced by email to all applicants. 

15th November - for the Spring semester.
15th December - information on admission results will be announced by email to all applicants.

Academic calendar 2020/2021

Here are approximate dates:

Autumn semester
7th September-23rd December 2020

Spring semester
1st February-31st May 2021 


The applications will be considered by particular study departments and will be accepted or rejected depending on the quality of the submitted portfolio and the availability of places within the departments. As every department has their own selection criteria and different resources, comments on application rejections are not provided.
Please note that submission of the application does not necessarily guarantee you a place for an exchange. 

Language of instruction

Please note that the main language of instruction is Lithuanian. Individual tutorials might be available in English depending on the particular study department.
There is also a range of available optional courses for exchange students, which are taught entirely in English.