If you are a citizen of a European Union country or of a country of European Economic Area (EEA), you can apply for state-funded undergraduate studies. Choose a study programme and apply through the general admissions page. The admissions are open until Monday, 23 July.
“I am really pleased with my decision to study mechatronics – this specialisation broadens the horizons of engineering a lot for me, hence it is more interesting”, says Stewen Naano, Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) student from Estonia.
He is impressed by teaching quality and teachers’ competences, especially those working at KTU Santaka Valley and the Institute of Mechatronics at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Design. The proficiency of teachers and researchers is, according to the student, the strongest side of KTU.
According to Invest Lithuania agency, graduates of Lithuanian universities in science, computing, maths, engineering and construction are in the 4th place in EU. If you are thinking about studying in these fields, KTU might be one of the best options for you – KTU is among the world’s best 500 universities in the world in Engineering and Technology by QS Rankings by Subject 2018.
Economic, compact, full of culture – for several decades nicknamed a student capital, Kaunas is much more than just a second largest Lithuanian city. Lush parks, lively squares, cozy cafes and buzzing cultural life are making Kaunas more and more attractive not only as a travel destination, but also as a place to live.
According to official statistics, more than 37 thousand of students studied in Kaunas in 2016, more than 17 thousand of them were international students. It means that students comprise around 12% of Kaunas population; together with academics and researchers working in Kaunas universities they contribute to extremely intelligent, open-minded and creative community.
Moreover, stats reveal that comparing to Vilnius, capital of Lithuania, living in Kaunas is much more economical: here you would pay almost 57% less for rent and 9% less for a meal in a restaurant (which means that you could even afford it, occasionally). Kaunas advantages you can check here, and to get a taste of life in our beautiful city, European Capital of Culture 2022, visit Kaunastic tourism information page.
KTU study programmes you will find here.
The general admissions are open until Monday, 23 July 12 pm.
More information here.