Bachelor's Degree Programs:
Admission is based on secondary school grades, results of an entrance examination, or both.
Bachelor's degree programs in Lithuania are available in a wide range of fields, including engineering, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, and arts. Some of the most popular majors include business, information technology, law, and medicine.
In addition to the standard bachelor's degree programs, there are also specialized programs for students who want to pursue specific careers, such as teaching, nursing, or social work.
Many universities in Lithuania offer courses in English, which makes it easier for international students to study there.

Master's Degree Programs:
Admission to master's degree programs in Lithuania typically requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in a related field, as well as a strong academic record. 
Master's degree programs in Lithuania are available in a wide range of fields, including engineering, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, and business. Some of the most popular majors include business administration, information technology, law, and economics.
Many master's degree programs in Lithuania are research-oriented and require students to complete a thesis or dissertation. However, there are also professional degree programs, such as the MBA or LLM, that focus more on practical skills and training.
Many universities in Lithuania offer courses in English for international students. However, proficiency in Lithuanian may be required for some programs or research opportunities.


Rent for a one-bedroom apartment in the city center can range from €350 to €600 per month, while a studio or one-bedroom apartment outside the city center can cost €250 to €450 per month.
On-campus accommodation at universities in Lithuania can range from €60 to €200 per month, depending on the location and amenities.

Food and drink:
A meal at an inexpensive restaurant can cost around €6 to €8, while a three-course meal for two at a mid-range restaurant can cost around €40.
A liter of milk costs around €0.80, a loaf of bread around €0.90, and a dozen eggs around €1.50.
A domestic beer at a bar can cost around €2 to €3, while a cup of coffee costs around €2.

A monthly public transportation pass in Vilnius costs around €30, while a single ride on public transportation costs €1.
Taxis are available and can be relatively affordable, with a 10-15 minute ride costing around €5 to €10.

Other expenses:
Internet, electricity, and other utilities can cost around €60 to €100 per month.


Lithuania is a country located in northeastern Europe, bordered by Latvia to the north, Belarus to the east and south, Poland to the south, and the Baltic Sea to the west. Its terrain is mostly flat, with some hilly areas in the eastern part of the country. The largest river is the Nemunas, and there are also many lakes and forests throughout the country.

The population of Lithuania is approximately 2.7 million people, with the majority living in urban areas. The capital and largest city is Vilnius, with a population of around 540,000.

The official language of Lithuania is Lithuanian, which is spoken by the majority of the population. Other languages, such as Russian, Polish, and English, are also spoken, particularly in urban areas.

Lithuania has a mixed economy, with a strong emphasis on exports. The country's main exports include machinery and equipment, textiles, and food products. The service sector is also an important part of the economy, particularly in areas such as finance, IT, and tourism. Lithuania is a member of the European Union and uses the euro as its currency.

Lithuania is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination, with attractions such as the historic city of Vilnius, the seaside resort town of Palanga, and the Curonian Spit National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other popular activities for tourists include visiting museums and galleries, trying traditional Lithuanian cuisine, and exploring the country's many natural attractions.

Lithuania has a well-developed transportation network, with roads, railways, and airports connecting the country to other parts of Europe. The major international airport is located in Vilnius, with other airports located in Kaunas and Palanga. Public transportation is also available in most cities and towns, including buses, trolleybuses, and trains. Taxis are also widely available, particularly in urban areas.

Student visa

Lithuania Visa
It is important for citizens of Azerbaijan to get a Lithuanian visa to visit Lithuania.
There are 2 types of visa:
• Short-term (up to 90 days)
• Multivisa (more than 90 days)

Visa fees
Visa fee – 35 EUR
Administrative expenses – 47 AZN
No visa fee is required for children aged 0-12 and pensioners - free of charge

Documents required for visa:
• Foreign passport
• Reservation of departure and return tickets
• Reference from the institution where you work or, if you are a student, from the educational institution where you are studying
• Proof of payment of necessary expenses or bank statement
• Statement of your bank transactions for the last 6 months
• Voucher of your booked hotel or invitation letter sent to you
• Health insurance for the entire duration of the trip and for all Schengen countries in the amount of at least 30,000 euros
• Photo 3.5×4.5 cm
• Ready application form
• Copy of identity document and foreign passport

Other documents you may need when applying:
• Marriage certificate if you are married and also birth certificate if you have child(ren) under 18 years of age
• All students and pupils studying in higher or secondary educational institutions of the Republic of Azerbaijan and applying for a visa must submit a certificate that they have studied at that educational institution
• As an added advantage to provide statements if you have any movable or immovable property in your name
Note: All other necessary documents except copies of passport and identity card must be in English or translated into English and notarized.


Requirements for a bachelor's and master's degree may vary depending on the specific program, university, and field of study. However, here are some general guidelines:

·       High school diploma / diploma

·       Academic Transcript

·       Language certificate: TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo or proof of studying in a foreign language

·       Letter of motivation

·       Letters of recommendation

·       CV

·       Passport

·       Some programs may have additional requirements such as essays, interviews, SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT.

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