Lithuania is located in the Baltic region of North-Eastern Europe. It is bounded by the Baltic Sea along with the countries of Poland, Belarus, Latvia and Kaliningrad Oblast (Russian enclave). It Attracts more than 2.2 million tourists every year. There is a regular increase of tourists to this country. Agro tourism has also gained popularity in Lithuania. There are 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Lithuania and it is a global leader in producing ultra-fast parametric light generators.
This is a member of the European Union. It is the largest economy among Baltic Countries. It has 5 main sectors of Economy - Services, Manufacturing, Financial, Tourism and Agriculture. Chemical production, Food processing and Furniture manufacturing provide major employments. Lithuania's laser producers export laser technologies and devices to nearly 100 countries. Lithuania has over 50% of the world's market for high-energy picosecond lasers.
|Language||Lithuanian is the official language, but good number of people speak English|
|Total Area||65,300 Square Kilometres,
It is the largest among the 3 Baltic States.
|Major Cities||Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipeda, Siauliai, Panevezys, Alytus|
|Climate||Average temp in January is -6 °C and 20 °C in July.|
Higher education in Lithuania is of two types university education and non-university education
Under university education, there are different types of programs
Approx 350-380 400 Euro per Month including accommodation.
Non-university education is mostly vocational education that is done after secondary studies
The duration may be 3 - 4 years
Bachelors : Minimum 55% in class 12th
Masters : Min 55% in graduation in related fields
English Language Requirement: IELTS not required provided previous education is in English
Students are advised to carry their original documents along with photocopies for verification.