Lithuania

Lithuania, Country of north eastern Europe, the southernmost and largest of the three Baltic states. Lithuania is bounded by Latvia to the north, Belarus to the east and south, Poland and the detached Russian oblast of Kaliningrad to the southwest, and the Baltic Sea to the west. The official language of Lithuania is Lithuanian. Russian, Polish, Belarusian, Ukrainian, and other languages are spoken in the larger cities. Yiddish is commonly spoken by members of the tiny remaining Jewish community in Lithuania. Lithuania was the last pagan country in Europe, accepting Roman Catholicism in the late 14th century.

Overview

  • Population: 2.6 million people
  • Capital: Vilnius (0.5 million people)
  • Government: Parliamentary Republic
  • Language: Lithuanian
  • Currency: Euro (1 Euro is approximately INR.88)
  • Nearest Airport to Capital: Vilinius International airport (9 kms from city centre)

Lithuanian is one of the oldest languages in the world today. Lithuania is considered a safe country for students and Lithuania offers lower tuition rates and lower cost of living than many other countries in the region. 3 Major industries in Lithuania: Agriculture, Manufacturing. Services. Lithuania has three international airports. Vilnius International Airport is the largest one, frequented both by regular and low-cost carriers and It is located 5.9 km (3.7 mi) south of the city.  Kaunas International Airport is a Ryanair hub with few other services.

Why study abroad in Lithuania from India?

A degree from Lithuania will help you gain a job all over the world. Lithuania is one of the best places to pursue higher education. It also has many places for tourist attractions to occupy your free time. Living costs are less compared to other EU countries. Lithuania has a long-standing tradition of higher education and offers a warm environment for foreigners. A wide variety of Lithuanian universities and schools of applied science offer more than 350 study programs taught in English, that foreign students could choose from.

Cost of Living

Lithuania is considered as an inexpensive country to live in and students who study in Kaunas have to expect a need of 350-800 Euros for monthly living expenses. This may vary a bit, depending on the location of the university and accommodation of students.

Stay back & Part Time Jobs

After study abroad in Lithuania for Indian students, a 12 months stay back option is provided. International students in Lithuania can work part time for 20 hours a week during academic times and 40 hours a week during vacation times.

Application Procedure

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