Can't Study Abroad for a Full Semester?


Earn academic credit while being on vacation! Discover the hidden gems of Northern Europe, the Baltic States and Venice of the North - Saints Petersburg - not to mention sand dunes, the sea, and pine forest trails all 15 minutes away from our campus. 

BONUS - LEAP DAY GIVEAWAY: By submitting your interest to apply, you are automatically entered in our drawing to be the winner of one FREE flight to Lithuania when you are enrolled in our program.


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Discover the Baltics and Russia in our 6 US credit summer course program.
Cost includes courses, accomodation and trips to the following countries. Let's explore the map!

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Klaipeda, your home for the next 5 weeks

City by the Sea

Klaipeda is the third largest city in Lithuania, located on the Baltic Sea. It is a thriving cultural and business hub of the region that turns into a resort for the summer season.

With over 80% of youth and many older people speaking English, you will have no difficulties finding your way around town and enjoying local culture.  

Explore Europe

Lithuania is a member of the EU and Shengen Agreement, which means you will be able to explore neighboring countries and Central Europe without borders    

Curonian Spit, a UNESCO World Heritage site, next to your campus

Experience the unique architecture, breathtaking dunes, lush forests, wild sand beaches without the crowds of tourists. The best part? It's literally 15 minutes away from your campus. One thing we are sure about is that after visiting this place, you won't want to leave!

Klaipeda region has over 100 kilometres of bicycle tracks, major cultural festivals to offer during your stay and close proximity to neighboring resort towns, which are considered some of the most popular in the region. Don't worry, Lithuania is also super affordable, so you will be able to experience a lot.

Vilnius, where your trip begins

Boasting it’s the largest medieval old town in Central and Eastern Europe, Vilnius is increasingly popular for its warming sense of history, bewitching architectural heritage and bustling cafe culture.

And that’s not all… We're sure you'll fall in love with our Capital, considered as one of the top 15 destinations to visit by The Independent, New York Times, Matador and many more editorials.

Vilnius at a glance

Next stop, Riga! Known as the Paris of North

The Gothic spires that dominate Rīga's cityscape might suggest austerity, but it is the flamboyant art nouveau that forms the flesh and the spirit of this vibrant cosmopolitan city, the largest of all three Baltic capitals. Like all northerners, it is quiet and reserved on the outside, but there is some powerful chemistry going on inside 

Riga at a glance

Medieval capital of Estonia, Tallinn

It is lively yet peaceful, absurdly photogenic and bursting with wonderful sights – ancient churches, medieval streetscapes and noble merchants' houses. Throw in delightful food and vibrant modern culture and it's no wonder Tallinn is highly loved. It i's however, one of those places that seems to cope well with all the attention.  

Tallinn at a glance

And the gem of the trip, St. Petersburg

The creation of westward-looking Peter the Great, St. Petersburg (also known as the "Venice of the North") was intended from its inception to be a display of imperial Russia’s growing status in the world. Fine-tuned by Peter’s successors, who employed a host of European architects to add fabulous palaces and cathedrals to the city’s layout, St. Petersburg grew to be the Romanovs’ showcase capital and Russia’s first great, modern city. The capital may have moved back to Moscow following the revolution, but despite all that history has thrown at it, St. Petersburg still feels every bit like the imperial city with its historic heart largely frozen in time.  

St. Petersburg at a glance


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The University, Courses, Duration and Costs

LCC International University is a Christian North American style Liberal Arts University where students come from 50+ different countries, making student life at LCC a truly immersive experience of cultures, religions, ideas, and perspectives.  Over 60% of our faculty are international with a majority of the international professors being from North America. We have partnerships with Christian Universities all across the US and have accepted American students for the last 15 years. 

Students, who participate in our programs forge life lasting friendships, enrich their worldview with invaluable cultural and social experiences while discovering Europe.

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Take a 6 US credit course

Combine Intercultural Communication with Christian Theology or Management Theory and Behavior

Courses and trip costs

Courses; accommodation; travel through Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia – $5,500USD
(optional) 5-day trip to Russia (visa not included) + $900USD

Courses duration - 5 weeks

Course is taking place: May 14 - June 17

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“Thinking and living differently”

“Studying abroad in Lithuania during Summer session gave me the opportunity not only to broaden my college experience, but also to broaden my knowledge of other cultures around the world. It enabled me to learn, think and live differently, both in and out of the classroom. The memories and adventures that I have from the month I was there are greater than any souvenir I could have brought back home with me.”  

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Sarah Hughes
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
Texas, USA

Attended LCC Summer Program in 2019

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