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Students from 50+ countries and 68% international faculty members.

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Small classes with an average 11:1 student to professor ratio means quality and individuality.

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Tight community

700 total students. 60% of BA students live on campus where co-living experience forges friendships that last a lifetime.

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The only North American style university in Europe.

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Liberal arts

Broad spectrum higher education to prepare yourself for the real world.

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On-site residence halls, cafeteria, gym and other facilities.

“Everyone truly wants you to succeed”

"The most valuable lesson I learned at LCC is that people are the most valuable asset in every organization. Having talked to many alumni, they always said that people are what creates the real LCC experience, and now looking back, I couldn’t agree more. It is our amazing staff and faculty who share common values and help us grow not only as professionals but also individuals, and it is the students who later become your second family. It has taught me to care about each person I work or interact with. I believe that LCC is the place where you can create the experience you want. You can always find the right people to help you implement even the craziest idea or project and also find the resources to get it done. Appreciate that at LCC everyone truly wants you to succeed."

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Yuliia Rusianovska
Currently pursuing a masters degree in Media Management at Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University (USA)
Graduated from LCC in 2020

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More than 2,000 alumni

93%

Alumni are satisfied with their LCC education

84%

Alumni are successfully employed

34%

Leaders of departments or companies

34

Countries alumni come from

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84%

Alumni are succesfully employed

More than 2,000

Total alumni since 1991

Exchange programs

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An adventure packed with international experience, European culture and new friendships. Come study at LCC where you will be in an environment with students from over 50 countries. Our exchange programs are open to everyone.

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Explore the world by studying or taking a traineeship abroad.

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Student life at LCC is more than studying. It's full of events, activities, clubs and practical programs organized by both staff and students.   

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Rimas Rusinas: “LCC has helped me to develop and enhance my leadership skills.”

2021-04-22

Rimas Rusinas is an experienced Terminal Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the natural gas, oil, and energy industry. He comes from Lithuania and graduated in 2019 from the LCC International University’s International Management Master’s program. Rimas shared his memories about his time at LCC and his current job in AB Klaipedos Nafta.You graduated in 2019 from LCC International University with a Master’s degree in the International Management program. Why was LCC your choice?I took some steps forward in my career and also noticed that I have good skills in resolving technical problems and coming up with technical solutions. However, I lacked some knowledge in leadership and in the field of economics, mainly dealing with finances and calculations. Hence, I looked for ways and opportunities to improve my skills around these areas and after some research, I found LCC International University. The North American style of education and the program were the two most compelling reasons why I chose to study for my Master’s at LCC. It was a very good decision!How did the experience of studying at LCC contribute to your former and current career?Some time ago, the company I worked for underwent some major changes. Due to these changes, my boss extended an invitation to me to become a Director where I would be responsible to manage a big department. This was a new role for me and was quite challenging. Nevertheless, I am happy I got to experience a different role with many responsibilities as I was challenged to grow and learn more. Studying at LCC helped me to develop and enhance my leadership skills and the ability to supervise and direct a department on my own.What are the most valuable experiences and memories that you carry from your Master's program at LCC?During my studies at LCC, I had the chance to travel to the United States and visit various companies there. I was impressed and amazed by their way of leading and by the community they created. For example, during their free time, the employees would gather and spend time together painting some community houses. The company seemed to care less about efficiency and more about the employees. Furthermore, I realized that building a community was very significant and crucial and that really amazed me. I could also say that LCC is the same in that sense. Community is definitely a crucial part of LCC.Currently, you are performing the role of the LNG Terminal Operations Manager. How did you find yourself in this field? What do you find most challenging and exciting about your job?I recall a story when the company I worked for decided to construct the LNG Terminal and I was invited to the team as an Operation Manager. The project was very hard because my team members and I did not have much experience in the field. My bosses invested in me and the others because they knew we could do it. We also kept pushing ourselves to learn more through this challenging task. There are multiple other examples where I was encouraged by my colleagues and team members to learn more and to step into a role that was new and stretched my capacities. These new experiences were challenging, yet exciting at the same time. I am always seeking new ways to challenge myself because this leads to growth and learning. I have never been a fan of routine and my bosses seem to realize this too. They know that if there are no challenges or new issues, there will be no Rimas.How would you describe your personal mantra or slogan?One thing that I learned from the Master’s program at LCC, and also from the trip to the United States, is that it is alright to make mistakes. We should learn from mistakes and always try our best to avoid making the same mistakes in the future. I am always learning from my own, and from my teammates’ mistakes, as well as from the process during a project. My mantra would be to allow yourself to make mistakes and try your best afterward, to not repeat them.What does a day in your life look like?My day starts with two meetings; short meetings with board members for approximately 10-15 minutes and then regular daily meetings with my department. There are also other meetings with different departments. The first three days of the week are the most important and the busiest as we discuss the implementation of different ideas and business plans. Apart from these meetings, we also have training sessions I participate in. The last few days of the week, we usually visit places and get into the details of our projects.What advice would you give to LCC students?My advice would be to take every single opportunity to learn. Everyone faces different challenges along the way but grab every opportunity to learn something new. Think outside the box. If you only think inside of the box, that’s how you will stay - even in your career.

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Daugiau nei pusė milijono eurų studentų paramai kasmet

2021-04-22

Dažnai apie privačias mokymo įstaigas sklando mitas, kad mokslas jose yra labai brangus, o studijas čia renkasi tik turtingiausiųjų vaikai. Tačiau LCC tarptautinis universitetas, būdamas privačia aukštojo mokslo įstaiga, šį mitą paneigia faktu, jog net 62 procentai LCC studentų gauna finansinę paramą, kuriai kasmet skiriama apie 700 tūkstančių eurų. Šiaurės Amerikoje įprastą išsilavinimo, studijų organizavimo ir vadybos modelį sėkmingai Lietuvoje pritaikęs LCC tarptautinis universitetas, kuris netrukus švęs veiklos trisdešimtmetį, iš tenykščių universitetų perėmė ir studijų finansavimo bei finansinės paramos tradicijas. „LCC nuolat skiria daug lėšų tiek gabiems, tiek finansiškai jautriems studentams remti, nes tikime, kad lėšų stoka niekada neturėtų tapti kliūtimi siekti savo svajonių ir užsibrėžtų tikslų“, – teigia Studijų finansavimo skyriaus vadovė Leila Juzvaitė-Gembutė. Parama studentams iš finansiškai jautrių šeimų Finansiškai jautrių šeimų vaikai, studijuodami LCC tarptautiniame universitete turi galimybę gauti net 90 proc. siekiantį studijų kainos kompensavimą. Studentai tokią finansinę paramą gali gauti visus ketverius studijų metus. Ši parama yra skiriama atsižvelgiant į šeimos finansinę reikmę bei studento akademinį pažangumą. Norėdami gauti finansinę paramą, studentai kasmet turi užpildyti internetinę paraišką, pateikti dokumentus, įrodančius jų šeimos finansinę reikmę. 7 iš 10-ies pateikusių paraišką kasmet gauna būtent šios rūšies finansinę paramą. Šiais akademiniais metais LCC skyrė daugiau kaip 328 tūkstančius eurų siekiančią paramą, kuri skirta vien tik studentams iš finansiškai jautrių šeimų. „Mes dažnai kalbame apie edukaciją kaip apie svarią vertybę ir kelią į pokyčius visuomenėje. Išsilavinimas neturėtų būti prabanga, tai yra geresnės visuomenės pamatas. Džiaugiuosi, kad LCC rūpinasi ne tik mano, kaip individualaus žmogaus, ateitimi, bet ir visuomenės rytdiena. Finansinė parama, kurią gaunu, mano siekius padarė įmanomus“, – sako finansinę paramą studijoms gaunanti Roberta Grimalytė. Dėmesys akademiškai stipriausiems LCC tarptautiniame universitete didelis dėmesys taip pat skiriamas ir akademiškai stipriausiems jaunuoliams paskatinti, jie turi galimybę pretenduoti ne į vieną stipendijos rūšį. Pavyzdžiui, rektorės vardo stipendija skiriama studentams, turintiems aukščiausius mokslo pasiekimus bei aktyviems studentams. Kasmet keturiems pirmą kursą baigusiems akademiškai stipriausiems studentams, skiriamas 100 proc. Studijų kainos finansavimas likusiems trims studijų metams. LCC tarptautinio universiteto katedrų stipendijų tikslas yra paskatinti studentus, pasižyminčius puikiais akademiniais pasiekimais, atkakliu darbu ir pavyzdiniu elgesiu auditorijose. Dėstytojų nominuoti studentai gali gauti 50 proc. studijų įmokos finansavimą vieniems mokslo metams. „Tai, kad esu rektorės vardo stipendijos gavėjas, ne tik skatina mane būti dar aktyvesniu bendruomenės nariu, bet ir įkvepia kiekvieną dieną siekti naujų tikslų“, – dalijasi Šiuolaikinės komunikacijos bakalauro antro kurso studentas Oleksii Korotych. Perspektyviems krepšininkams – nemokamas mokslas Be unikalių finansinės paramos programų, LCC tarptautinis universitetas jau daugelį metų siūlo ir stipendijas čia studijuojantiems universiteto krepšinio komandos „Moose“ („Briedžiai“) žaidėjams. Studentai, kurie atitinka krepšinio komandos lūkesčius, įskaitant pavyzdingo elgesio, akademinius ir komandinius įsipareigojimus, gali pretenduoti į šio tipo stipendiją. Ji skiriama atsižvelgiant į krepšinio komandos trenerio rekomendacijas. Universiteto krepšininkai turi galimybę gauti net 90 proc. siekiantį studijų ir bendrabučio kainos kompensavimą. „Stipendija beveik visiškai padengia mano mokestį už mokslą, o tai man padeda koncentruotis tik į mokslą ir sportą, negalvojant kaip užsidirbti ir susimokėti už studijas. Džiaugiuosi, kad LCC tarptautiniame universitete taikoma Šiaurės Amerikos universitetuose būdinga stipendijų gabiausiems sportininkams, sistema“, – pasakoja krepšinio komandos „Moose“ („Briedžiai“) žaidėjas Glebas Kopantsevas, aukščiausiais balais studijuojantis Tarptautinio verslo vadybos programą. Universiteto dėmesys gabiausiems lietuviams LCC tarptautinis universitetas, įsikūręs Klaipėdoje, kasmet po savo stogu priima studentus ir darbuotojus iš daugiau nei 50-ties pasaulio valstybių. Į Klaipėdą kasmet atvyksta daugiau nei 700 studentų, iš kurių 73 procentai yra užsieniečiai ir vos 27 procentai – lietuviai. Siekdami paskatinti akademiškai pažangius lietuvaičius, rinktis studijas LCC tarptautiniame universitete, vadovybė yra priėmusi sprendimą finansuoti studijų kainos skirtumą valstybinės studijų stipendijos gavėjams. Nors studijų kaina LCC tarptautiniame universitete yra ženkliai didesnė nei norminė studijų kaina Lietuvoje, LCC tarptautinis universitetas padengia skirtumą tarp LCC mokesčio už mokslą ir valstybinės studijų stipendijos dydžio, tad mokslas tokiems studentams LCC tarptautiniame universitete yra visiškai nemokamas. Tam, kad galėtų kasmet skirti daugiau nei pusę milijono eurų finansinei studentų paramai, LCC yra įkūręs specialų fondą, prie kurio svariai prisideda ir universiteto rėmėjai visame pasaulyje. Asmenines stipendijas skiria ne tik pavieniai mecenatai, absolventai bei tarptautinės sudėties LCC Direktorių Tarybos nariai, bet ir įvairios organizacijos iš viso pasaulio. „Esame pasaulio piliečiai ir prisiimame atsakomybę kartu rūpintis tais, kuriems to labiausiai reikia. Nuo pat savo veiklos pradžios LCC prioritetą teikė kokybiško, tačiau prieinamo švietimo teikimui studentams iš viso pasaulio“, – teigia LCC tarptautinio universiteto rektorė dr. Marlene Wall. Prieš 30 metų įkurtas universitetas yra ne pelno siekianti aukštojo mokslo įstaiga, kurioje filantropija yra neatskiriama jos gyvavimo ir misijos dalis. LCC tarptautinis universitetas įkurtas Lietuvos, Kanados ir JAV fondų, studentams paremti iš viso turi 23 finansinės paramos tipus. Straipsnis publikuotas portaluose 15min.lt, delfi.lt

University Basketball Team

As a North American style university based in Lithuania we have our own basketball team and we are great at it.

Active worldwide

In the true spirit of LCC, we are an international team led by a professional coach. As a team we represent LCC University in both national and international leagues.

Home of the great

Many LCC Moose players started their careers here and went on to become professional athletes. Maybe you are next?

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Tuition fees

In the 2021/2022 academic year all BA Programs cost 3,240 EUR per academic year. Price does not include housing & trips.

Our MA Programs are priced individually with discount opportunities for LCC alumni.

Financial aid

We want everyone to have an opportunity to experience LCC's high-quality education.

Check our financial aid programs to help cover your tuition fees and find sources of extra income for living and housing expenses.

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60% Lower tuition fees

Than the European average*

Affordable living

Living in Klaipėda is cheaper than in European capitals**

421,000 EUR

Given by LCC as financial aid annually

62%

Students receive financial aid

*Average tuition fees for BA programs in Europe for students outside EU/EEA is 8600 EUR/year based on mastersportal.com 

**Living expenses are estimated based on data from numbeo.com

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