Come to KTU as an exchange student and to spend 1 or 2 semesters in undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes on the basis of Erasmus+ agreements, Bilateral agreements between universities, State scholarships under international agreements.
Kaunas University of Technology has more than 300 Erasmus+ and bilateral agreements with the universities worldwide. If you are a student from a partner university, we would like to invite you to come to KTU as an exchange student and to spend 1 or 2 semesters in undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.
KTU has a very strong community of international students, organising themed and cultural events, parties or various gatherings, making sure that everybody has a good time. International Exchange Student Network (ESN) is an organisation which is devoted for international students, offering plenty of activities to choose from.
The university offers a place in the dormitory for all of the incoming exchange students. KTU also has great sports facilities, where students can take up various types of sports like climbing, yoga, basketball, cricket, etc. for free.
You will be able to create your personal study plan from a variety of courses offered in English and experience studies in another university.
Start your application process at http://incoming.ktu.edu now and make sure that you complete the online application and upload all of the required documents by the established deadline. Incoming students can choose not more than 33 ECTS credits per semester. Please kindly note that a course is taught only if a sufficient number of students registers for it. In the case of absence of sufficient number of students, the course might be offered in the form of consultations. You can also apply for the accommodation in KTU dormitory by filling in the appropriate part of the online application form.
Autumn semester and academic year – June 1
Spring semester – November 1
In case you would like to write your thesis / final degree project at KTU, please fill the following document:
Here you can find the catalogues of the courses you can choose in each faculty / institute.
Ten-point grading system is applied at the University. Knowledge is evaluated by the following marks:
|Passed, failed||Mark||Meaning of the mark||Evaluation criteria|
|Passed||10||Excellent||Excellent, exceptional knowledge and abilities|
|9||Very good||Strong, good knowledge and abilities|
|8||Good||Better than average knowledge and abilities|
|7||Average||Average knowledge and abilities, non-essential mistakes|
|6||Satisfactory||Knowledge and abilities (skills) are lower than average, mistakes|
|5||Weak||Knowledge and abilities (skills) fulfil minimum requirements|
|Failed||4, 3, 2, 1||Unsatisfactory||Minimum requirements are not fulfilled|
Academic year consists of autumn and spring semesters. The autumn semester starts on the 1st September and the spring semester starts on the 1st February.
|Lecture period (Master degree and PhD)||01-09-2020||23-12-2020|
|Lecture period (Bachelor degree)||07-09-2020||23-12-2020|
After receiving an acceptance letter from KTU, start preparing for your arrival. The most important points are provided below:
Non-EU citizens coming to Lithuania for exchange studies, e.g. under Erasmus programme, (for 1-2 semesters) have to apply for a national multiple entrance visa prior to arrival to Lithuania. The visa is normally issued in 15 days.
One of the main documents to get D type visa is Mediation certificate of KTU. International Office prepares and sends Mediation certificate together with acceptance letter to the exchange student through the online system.
Visas are issued at the embassies, diplomatic missions or consular offices of the Republic of Lithuania abroad.
Please check the website of the nearest Embassy of Lithuania to get the detailed information about visa application procedure.
What kind of insurance you need depends on your nationality:
Citizens of EU/EEA Countries
Please acquire an adequate health/travel insurance for studies at KTU. Citizens of EU/EEA countries simply need to obtain the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) from the social security authorities in their home country. Holders of EHIC cards are entitled to the same benefits provided by the Lithuanian Insurance Institution as Lithuanian citizens. Private insurance for acute illnesses and accidents is highly recommended.
Citizens of other countries
Students from non-EU countries may obtain their health insurance either in their country or in Lithuania.
KTU offers dormitory accommodation where a student can have a shared room (2 or 3 people), may use the kitchen, laundry, internet and other facilities. Monthly rent rates vary depending on the room type ranging from €60 to €140.
If you prefer to have more space or would like to live in a certain area of Kaunas, you may choose renting a flat. The rental prices vary depending on the number of rooms, location, living conditions, period of rent, etc. Average rent prices are from 200 to 300 EUR per month for a flat (1–3 rooms).
ESN KTU mentors assist you and provide initial information before the arrival as well as meet you in the airport, train or bus station. First days for you are to adapt and to get to know the University and the country. During the Welcome Week you are given useful tips, while the friendships made on the first days remain the strongest. You will feel like part of a big family.
Welcome Week gives you a good opportunity to obtain information about Kaunas University of Technology and Lithuania (study system, courses in English, residence permit, health care, services for students, accommodation, student organisations, campus tour, intercultural communication, etc.). Welcome Week is also the best time to meet other students who are starting their studies at Kaunas University of Technology.
If you have many activities at your hometown, it does not mean that you cannot continue them here. 12 sport centres are located in the campus where students can join ~30 various sport groups in order to stay fit or practise professionally in ~20 University’s teams. Just few to name: football, basketball and cricket, fitness, yoga and handball.
If you prefer art, then check 7 art societies which are active in the fields of music, dance and photography. You may also learn Lithuanian folk dances and songs or play in a rock band, learn to paint or take artistic photos.
Whether you are interested in astronomy or debates, fine arts or investment, design or science, volunteering or marketing – >30 students’ organizations shall please everyone’s taste.
If you want to apply for an internship at KTU, please check the programmes and institutes of the university which would be the most suitable for you and define what type of internship would you like to carry out.
After checking the available departments, contact email@example.com. Your application will then be sent to an appropriate faculty for consideration which will then give you an answer on the possibility to do an internship.
Exchange Programmes Manager
International Studies Office
K. Donelaičio St. 73, room 104, LT-44029 Kaunas
Coordinators at the Faculties
(Responsible people to sign Learning Agreements)
|Dovilė Sinkevičiūtė||Faculty of Chemical Technologyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Assoc prof. Aušra Mlinkauskienė||Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architectureemail@example.com|
|Miglė Svygrienė||Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineeringfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Gintarė Lukoševičiūtė||Faculty of Informaticsemail@example.com|
|Miglė Drūlytė||Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciencesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sigita Urbanavičiūtė||Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Designemail@example.com|
|Audronė Daubarienė||Faculty of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanitiesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Brigita Stanikūnienė||Panevėžys Faculty of Technologies and Businessemail@example.com|
|Ieva Likadzijauskė||School of Economics and Businessfirstname.lastname@example.org|