Why Choose Lithuania?
Lithuanians are one of the ethnic groups in the Baltic region. While Lithuania has a population of about 2 944 459 people, there are at least another million living in other countries, with Lithuanians located in the USA, Brazil, Canada, Columbia, Russia, the United Kingdom and Ireland. The native language is Lithuanian, which is one of two living Baltic languages. An interesting fact about the language is that as far back as the beginning of the 19th-century people found many similarities between Lithuanian and Sanskrit.
Linguists around the world are still fascinated that the Lithuanian language has retained features of this ancient language and it hasn’t simplified much. The academic year starts in September and ends in mid-June and is divided into two semesters – spring and autumn. The students can opt to study full-time or part-time. Each study program is evaluated according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), with each year of study being awarded 60 ECTS credits.
Lithuania offers high-quality education without having the requirement of knowing the Lithuanian language. The living and education cost is affordable as compared to many other European countries and it is known to offer numerous innovative programs. Also, the international students get the opportunity to work part-time for not less than 20 hours per week, which helps them to support their living. You don’t need the IELTS for studying in Lithuania. That’s not all, the Lithuanian programs are recognized all across the world, which is offered with excellent academic and research facilities. Above all, it ranks high on the Human Develop Index, thus giving the international students enough reasons to study at this destination.