Siauliai University (SU) is a classical type higher education institution founded in 1997.
Studies ► 3 level studies: Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree, and Doctoral Studies.
Community of University ► 11 000 people (10 500 students, about 500 lecturers)
Governance ► The Senate is the supreme decision making body and it is represented by 32 researchers and 4 students.
9 Faculties and Institutes ► Arts, Education, Humanities, Mathematics and Informatics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Social Welfare and Disability Studies, Technology, Continuing Studies Institute.
Library ► SU has the most modern Library in Northern Lithuania: www.biblioteka.su.lt
Researches ► in humanities, social, physical, technological and biomedical sciences; 20 research and cultural centers: Biomedical Engineering, Dialectology, Educational Research, Energy and Ecologically Clean Technologies, Social Research, Special Education, Physical Processes Modelling, Public Health, and Gender Studies. There is European Studies Institute at the University as well.
International Cooperation ► SU has cooperation with over 120 foreign higher education institutions from 34 countries all over the World.
International Projects ► LLP: LEONARDO DA VINCI, ERASMUS, COMENIUS, GRUNDVIG and others, EUREKA, EQUAL, INTERREG, FP6, FP7, Minerva, Transversal Key 3, Cross-border Cooperation, LatLit, EU Structural funds and other EC projects.
Bachelor’s Degree Studies:
Master’s Degree Studies:
Šiauliai - is the fourth largest city in Lithuania. Unofficially, the city is the capital of Northern Lithuania. It is served by Šiauliai International Airport. The city was first mentioned in written sources as Soule in Livonian Order chronicles describing the battle of Saule. The city's founding date is now considered to be September 22, 1236, the same date when the battle took place, not far from Šiauliai. After the battle of Grunwald in 1410, the raids stopped and Šiauliai started to develop as an agricultural settlement. In 1445, a wooden church was built. It was replaced in 1634 with the brick church which can be seen in the city center today. Šiauliai was granted Magdeburg city rights in 1589. In the 16th century it became an administrative center of the area.
The credit for the city's rebirth goes to Antoni Tyzenhaus (1733–1785) who after a violent revolt of peasants of the Crown properties in the Northern Lithuania started the radical economic and urban reforms. He decided to rebuilt the city according to the Classicism ideas: at first houses were built randomly in a radial shape, but Tyzenhaus decided to build the city in an orderly rectangular. Šiauliai grew to become a well-developed city, with several prominent brick buildings.
In XIX century the city grew and became an important educational and cultural center. Also, infrastructure was rapidly developing: in 1836–1858 a road connecting Riga and Tilsit was built, in 1871 a railroad connecting Liepāja with Romny was built. Šiauliai, being in a crossroad of important merchant routes, started to develop as an industrial town. Already in 1897 it was the third largest city in Lithuania with population of about 16,000.
During World War I, about 65% of the buildings were burned down and the city center was destroyed. After the war and re-establishment of Lithuania, the importance of Šiauliai grew. Before Klaipėda was attached to Lithuania, the city was second after Kaunas by population size. By 1929 the city center was rebuilt. Modern utilities were also included: streets were lighted, it had public transportation, telephone and telegraph lines, water supply network and sewer. During World War II the Jewish population was reduced from 8,000 to 500. About 80% of the buildings were destroyed.
Aušros alėjos Palace Ch.
St. Apostoles Peter and Paul Cathedral
Museum of Photography
Akropilis- shopping Centre
Admission Requirements for Bachelor's Degree Study programmes:
International Students must have at least a secondary education diploma or equivalent certificate recognised by the Lithuanian Government. Students lacking this can be accepted if they have a proof of the successful completion of at least one year of studies at a higher education institution in any country (legalized documents).
Admission Requirements for Master's Degree Study programmes:
Bachelor's degree or its equivalent (legalized official transcripts required).
Documents witnessing education acquired abroad are subject to legalization, if they have been issued in the state having not acceded to the 1961 Hague Convention concerning abolition of legalization requirements of documents issued in foreign countries, or approved by "Apostil" if they have been issued in the state having acceded to the above mentioned Convention.
Consular legalization of the document is a consular officer's certification that the signature, seal and duties of the undersigned individual on a document are genuine.
Legalization requirements: You should pass a double legalization of your educational documents:
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