Vilnius University founded in 1579 has played a significant part in the cultural life not only of Lithuania, but the neighbouring countries as well. Currently Vilnius University has 12 faculties, 8 institutes, 10 study and research centers, the oldest Library in Lithuania (contains about 6 mln. volumes), 3 university hospitals, an Astronomical Observatory, a Botanical Garden, a Centre of Information Technology Development,¬ and St. John's Church. Vilnius University is a comprehensive university. One can find study programs in medicine, physics, chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, geology, mathematics, informatics, psychology, economics, management, law as well as in other social sciences and humanities. All studies are of 3 cycles: Bachelor (undergraduate), Master (graduate), Doctoral. Scholarships for best international students are being provided. University students can participate in Erasmus programme. We have partners from more than 250 European Universities. Vilnius University offers several Joint Degree programmes that are being created together with partner universities.
Internationalisation is one of the strategic goals of the university. Among its numerous memberships the university boasts its membership at the European University Association (EUA), International Association of Universities (IUA), Utrecht, UNICA networks and 13 Erasmus thematic networks as well as over 100 hundred bilateral agreement of all over the world, including China, Japan, Singapore. Many academic units and their representatives are active members of specialized international academic associations and organizations.
Vilnius University offers the following Master Programmes in English language:
Vilnius University offers more than 400 courses in foreign languages.
Whole list of offered faculties by Vilnius University can be found under the following link
Vilnius is the capital of the Republic of Lithuania and the largest administrative centre in Lithuania with all major political, economic, social and cultural centres. It’s the largest city in the country.
The Old Town, historical centre of Vilnius, is one of the largest in Eastern Europe (360 ha). The most valuable historic and cultural heritage is concentrated here. The buildings in the old town – there are about 1.5 thousand of them – were built in a number of different centuries, therefore, it is a mixture of all European architectural styles. Although Vilnius is often called a baroque city, here you will find some buildings of gothic, renaissance and other styles. The main sights of the city are the Gediminas Castle and the Cathedral Square, symbols of the capital. Their combination is also a gateway to the historic centre of the capital. Because of its uniqueness, the Old Town of Vilnius was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Vilnius has been rapidly transformed, and the town has emerged as a modern European city. Many of its older buildings have been renovated, and a business and commercial area is being developed into the New City Centre, expected to become the city's main administrative and business district on the north side of the Neris river. Vilnius was selected as a 2009 European Capital of Culture.
All necessary information about recruitment process can be found on www.vu.lt/en
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