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Higher Education institutions in Lithuania focus on giving students the skills they need in order to apply their knowledge in a practical way. They are also responsible for the practical placements of their students. In general, student placements are a compulsory part of undergraduate programmes. The university or college cooperates with enterprises in order to help students acquire specific skills relevant to their future professions. Therefore, students are able to undertake educational, professional or scientific practices both locally and internationally.


Studies - your first priority: You can technically work as much as you like if you do find a part-time job. There are no restrictions on that, not like in the other countries. But remember. You’re moving to Poland to study. And going to class, working on assignments, passing your courses – that’ll be your focus.

Can I work in Lithuania?: To be able to study in Lithuania, a non-EU/EEA students must demonstrate that they possess sufficient means to cover the costs of living in Lithuania. Still, some students may wish to combine studies with work. All full-time students who possess a student visa or a temporary residence permit.

How can I find a job? : There are many jobs that do not require the knowledge of Polish language, however, it is always better to have a basic understanding of this language. Use the online job boards to find the job that could suit you:

  • Job Portals
  • LinkdIn
  • Glassdoor
  • Cvonline.lt
  • Cv.lt
  • Cvbankas.lt
  • European job mobility portal

There is no central student placement database in Lithuania. Student placement opportunities are facilitated by centres within each university and students can also arrange their own company placements through their personal contacts.





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Students who wants to enrol in institutions of higher education in Lithuania should meet the following requirements :

The student's certificate of secondary education meets Lithuania education standards.

The student's level of knowledge corresponds to the level required for admission to the respective institution and programme of higher education.

The student has a sufficient level of proficiency in the language(s) of instruction.