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Truly international

At LCC, our global community is diverse and enriching, with students and faculty from around the world. Our cultivated environment is tailored to suit individuals like you, offering purpose-driven education and empowering you to pursue your aspirations without bounds.

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Personal touch

With an average class size of 16:1, we ensure personalized attention, fostering an environment for success in personalized education with small class sizes and student-focused learning. 

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Full campus

Join our vibrant community, nestled near Europe's stunning Baltic beaches. With 400 students residing in on-campus dormitories and convenient amenities including a cafeteria, café, and library, you'll find more than just a university - you'll discover an inclusive community atmosphere.

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North American style

As a premier North American-style university in Europe, LCC harnesses the strengths of both continents. With a considerable number of Native English-speaking North American professors, LCC is renowned for its innovative teaching methods and rigorous academic standards.

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Liberal arts

At LCC University, education is a journey of self-discovery and empowerment. With our comprehensive liberal arts curriculum, we equip you with critical thinking and skills needed to thrive in today's interconnected world.

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LCC Moose Basketball

LCC International University's basketball program takes pride in the achievements of both its men's and women's teams. While the men's team continues to build on past successes, the women's team is currently making history with notable recent victories.


Alumni are successfully employed

More than 2,500

Total alumni since 1991

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Tuition fees

For the 2024/2025 academic year, all BA Programs are priced at 4,050 EUR per academic year. 

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 than the European average*

Affordable living

Living in Klaipėda is cheaper than in European capitals**

540,000 EUR

Given by LCC as financial aid annually


Students receive financial aid

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

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Student life

More than academics

Experience vibrant student life at LCC, filled with events, activities, clubs, and practical programs organized by both staff and students 

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Visit LCC

Discover the LCC student experience firsthand. Engage in open lectures, interact with faculty and staff, explore our campus, and gain insight into the application process.

University Basketball Teams

LCC International University, a North American style university located in Lithuania, takes pride in its exceptional men's and women's basketball teams. Renowned for excellence and dedication to the sport, our program offers a unique blend of talent and passion both on and off the court. Join us in celebrating the vibrant basketball culture at LCC International University.  

Active worldwide

In the true spirit of LCC International University, our basketball program is led by a team of professional coaches and dedicated staff. Our international team represents LCC University with pride 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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“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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2,500+ alumni


Alumni are satisfied with their LCC education


Alumni are successfully employed


Leaders of departments or companies

Exchange programs

For incoming students

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.

For outgoing students

Explore the world by studying or taking a traineeship abroad.

Language center

English public speaking competitions
Lithuanian language & culture

Planning to study at LCC or apply to an English university abroad? Take a certified TOEFL test at LCC to prove your skills.

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In search of an environment conducive to both individual and collaborative scholarly endeavors? Our carefully curated Balciunai Library, occupying an expansive 475 square meters on the third level of the DeFehr building, presents an ideal setting. Immerse yourself in a tranquil atmosphere meticulously designed to facilitate research and committed academic pursuits.

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English Volumes


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News & events

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From dream diary to director’s chair.


LCC International University contemporary communication senior Kristofer Gobins, 22, Latvia, turned a subconscious adventure into a real movie with the help of fifteen students, one alumnus, a film professor and a marketing department staff member. “In this movie we were utilizing the aesthetic of randomness and emptiness from my actual dreams,” said Gobins, while pointing at his head. Latvian abandoned village, Stirnas Ciems, was the inspiration for Gobins to write the horror movie script for his final thesis work with the help of his advisor Mischa Cantú-Blake, 35, United States.   “My father’s graduation gift, 5,000 euros, made it possible,” said Gobins.Despite the limitations of the budget, Gobins' resourceful team improvised solutions throughout filming included everything from repurposing everyday objects, such as pieces of cloth, as props to utilizing natural light.Before venturing to the location, the crew created a storyboard of key scenes and mapped out filming within the studios’ structures.Filming itself took place over five days in the Cinevilla Studio, near Tukums, Latvia and two days in a nearly abandoned village, with the cast and crew braving the wind and cold in order to finish the project. “I sincerely value students’ presence and involvement on set; without them the process would not have been this smooth and exciting,” said film professor Cantú-Blake of LCC students' willingness to take up a project during the spring break.The crew and cast for “Mira House '' were selected by Gobins by means of online applications and while some had prior experience in stage productions, others were complete newcomers. Gobins, along with his advisers, held meetings to guide participants through the script and build their confidence prior the trip to Latvia.Script readings and brainstorming sessions at LCC International University refined the narrative and ensured the film resonated with people. “I was surprised to be chosen and I was completely taught how to record sound for the movies professionally, people usually pay thousands of dollars for such a thing,” said Mariia Yushchyshyna, 19, Ukraine, sophomore contemporary communication student, who held the role of a sound mixer in the crew. Gobins crafted a diverse cast with students from Georgia, United States, Kazakhstan and Latvia; these contrasting personalities add layers of tension so each character represents a different archetype and aims for the movie to stand out of the traditional horror movie narratives.The completed film promises a unique visual style blurring the lines between reality and nightmare through a combination of unsettling imagery and camerawork.“We wanted to be ‘around the corner’ scary, not just using the usual monster chasing them,” said Gobins.“Mira house” is in the post-production stage where Gobins is collaborating with the sound design team. “The challenge lies in balancing the unsettling atmosphere captured on camera with crafting a cohesive story that will leave a lasting impact on viewers,” said Gobins.“I would not recommend listening to all the sounds recorded during the night to anyone, except it is my job,” said Yushchyshyna, grinning and shrugging. While the official release date is still under wraps and the spring semester nearing its end, the "Mirror House" team intensifies post-production efforts to finalize the film for release. “Be flexible and be ready to work with what you have, do not set expectations but ‘do be yourself’,” said Gobins as a final advice for aspiring filmmakers.Courtesy of Xeniya Cherednik

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No more seminars


Don’t require teachers to attend any more professional development seminars. Just let them teach! Dear education agencies don’t ask teachers to attend one more professional development seminar. Don’t require teachers to get one more meaningless certificate. Teaching is both an art and a science. Teachers love to teach. People become teachers because they have a genuine love of helping students learn. Teachers are instinctively creators, innovators, and leaders. Teachers create lessons that engage students’ minds and hearts and emotions. Teachers know how to hold the attention of 25 teenagers on a Monday morning; not many adults can do that! Teachers stay up to date with current news, trends, and technology. During a single lesson, teachers make hundreds of split-second decisions about how to respond to pupils, and how to adjust instruction, both now and next week, to meet the needs of the learners in their care.Language teachers are especially skilled in using language to teach language. In a microsecond, teachers hear a student’s language production, and the teacher chooses to recast, to review, to rephrase, or to reallocate the response to another student. Language teachers are constantly juggling their own authentic vocabulary and comprehensible vocabulary at the appropriate level for the students. Language teachers strike a delicate balance between accuracy and fluency in every unit of lessons. Language teachers decide when to initiate or complete conversations and how to lead the discussion for the benefit of critical learning. Language teachers teach pronunciation and punctuation in the same breath. Language teachers begin and end the day creating an atmosphere of challenge and safety, lowering the affective filter to promote language acquisition. Very few teachers learn about the “craft” of teaching by attending yet another “professional development” seminar. Teachers don’t need to collect certificates. Yet, teachers are life-long learners. There are sustainable ways that teachers can learn to improve their practice. Teachers become better after personal, reflective practice. Teachers improve by understanding the theories behind what they do instinctively. Teachers gain insights by learning from prior research. When teachers study their own classrooms (action research), they learn more about what is actually happening in their own settings. Teachers gain in-depth information about topics that are important to them when they dig deep into their own research. MA TESOL programs are designed to deeply improve the quality and craft of English teachers by walking along side teachers as they think critically, read theoretically, reflect seriously, interact with other teachers collegially, and research meaningfully. A MA TESOL degree is the only and final degree that active language teachers need to teach English anywhere in the world. Stop attending one-day seminars. Enroll in an MA TESOL program.Author: Robin Gingerich, Ph.D., MA TESOL Program Director at LCC International University.

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