With the rapid rise of political populism, conspiracy theories, fake news, and propaganda around the world, political sciences face new challenges that require a deeper understanding of the complex issues at hand.
These studies aim to empower societies and their individuals to understand and address these challenges. Critical thinking, complex problem-solving skills, generating new ideas, leadership, and effective communication are among the most needed competences for the future workforce that will enable students to be attractive in the labour market, and not only in the field of political science.
The programme, combining three core disciplines of social sciences and humanities, allows graduates to gain knowledge of politics, philosophy and sociology. The graduates are able to analyse social phenomena, to effectively apply qualitative and quantitative data analysis methods and tools, and to analyse and compare political and social processes and trends in an integrated way.
The programme is currently not open for admission.Description of Study Programme
Faculty of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
|Field||Political Sciences, Sociology, Philosophy|
|Form||Full-time studies - 4 y. (day-time; on-campus)|
|Degree awarded||Bachelor of Social Sciences|
Full-time studies - 2865 €
The programme is only conducted in Lithuanian language. Entry requirements for this particular programme can be found in the programme description provided in Lithuanian language.
The indicated tuition fee is applied to 2023-2024 academic year.
|Foreign nationals with Lithuanian origins and EU citizens|
|Full-time studies||2865 €|
|Price per credit||47,75 €|
|Partial tuition fee waiver can be applied for the study price.|
This study programme allows you to experience the value of interdisciplinarity. Through the integration of social sciences and humanities, you will learn how to apply a variety of analytical methods and tools, to carry out interdisciplinary projects, and will
In the face of digitalisation, the development of Artificial Intelligence, and new, unpredictable crises, politics is changing too. There is a need for greater attention to the comparative analysis of societies, the values and psychology of voters, and the management of new risks. This study programme focuses on these new trends, providing students with the necessary knowledge, using one of the most innovative study methods – challenge-based learning. Students in this programme will tackle real challenges and problems facing society and politics. As a result, graduates will feel comfortable in the labour market.
Graduates with a Bachelor’s degree of Social Sciences will have an understanding of the relationship between the individual, society and politics, the ability to analyse it in a complex way, as well as will possess the skills of leadership, teamwork, and linguistic and communicative competence. They will be able to work in strategy-making units, analytical departments, survey and data analysis services, media, business, public administration, and non-governmental organisations, to set up their own business in intellectual services and innovation, and to pursue further studies in a wide range of post-graduate programmes.
The study programme offers endless opportunities for internationalisation. These include visiting lecturers from various world-leading universities, such as the University of Central Florida, Radboud University, University of Twente University, as well as Erasmus+ opportunities at institutions such as the University of Juveskylä (Finland), University of Stavanger (Norway), University of Central Sweden (Sweden), University of Ghent (Belgium), University of Pablo de Olavide (Spain), University of Granada (Spain), and many others.
Academic Information Group
tel. +370 679 44 555
Head of the Study Programmes
Prof. dr. Eglė Butkevičienė
A. Mickevičiaus St. 37-101, Kaunas, Lithuania
tel.: +370 686 15 858, +370 37 300 144