|Type of Program||MAUI-Utrecht/Exchange|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Costs||Baylor tuition + housing to the host university|
|Health Insurance Required||Yes|
|Special Requirements||MAUI-Utrecht - FIRST contact email@example.com for more details|
|Program Director||Study Abroad office: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Location:The complex of university buildings extends over a whole block of the Old Town in Vilnius, Lithuania. Its original architecture attracts the visitor's attention. The construction of the university buildings was carried on over the centuries under the changing influences of the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical styles. The campus began to take shape in about 1570 in a city quarter belonging to the Bishop of Vilnius. By that time, the area had already been built up with brick houses. It later gradually expanded to the east and to the north, towards St. John's church. Bounded by four streets , the campus is composed of 12 buildings, some of them having multiple structures, the Church of St. John, and the belfry. The buildings are arranged around 13 courtyards of different shape and size. At present the Rector's Office, the Library, the Faculties of Philology, Philosophy, and History, as well as some interdisciplinary centers are situated in the Old Town.
The University of Vilnius, one of the oldest and most famous establishments of higher education in Eastern and Central Europe, was founded in 1579. Functioning for a long time as the only school of higher learning in Lithuania, it was a preserver of cultural and scientific traditions, and has played a significant part in the cultural life not only of Lithuania, but the neighboring countries as well. During more than four centuries of its existence, the University of Vilnius has seen periods of growth and decline, revival, and closure. The University is a unique witness to the history of the Lithuanian state.
Courses or Areas of Study:Oriental Studies, Biochemisty, Chemistry, Communications (journalism, information science, business information management, library studies, publishing, communication sciences, public relations), Economics, Business Management, History, Archaeology, Anthropology, Business Informatics, Management and Business Administration, English, Russian, Accounting, Finance, German, Information Systems, International Business, Marketing, German, Math, Computer Science, Statistics, Nursing, Biology, Neuroscience, Psychology, Environmental Studies, Ecology, Geology, Geography, Linguistics, Latin, Greek, French, Philosophy, Social Work, Sociology, Physics, Education
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Housing:Students who attend Vilnius University will live in student housing. You must submit the housing application at least two months before your arrival by fax or mail. To see the university's housing page, go here.
Application Procedure:Students are first required to be nominated to attend a MAUI-Utrecht program. Email email@example.com to schedule an interview to be nominated for the program. More information regarding the application process will be given at the interview.
For more information about applying to this university, go here.
Costs:Students who live in a double room should expect to spend around $110 a month and around $75 a month for a triple room . You will spend around $260 a month on food and $5 a month for transportation. Books will cost around $85 a month. In total, expect to spend around $550 a month.
Each student is responsible for their own transportation, including airfare.
Legal Documents:A passport and residence permit are required. You will need to apply for a residence permit once you are accepted to the university. For more information on obtaining a residence permit, please check here.
Exchange/Affiliate University Contact:Mrs. Rita Viena-indiene
International Student Coordinator
International Programmes and Relations Office
Universiteto Street 3, LT-01513