Program Structure

A major in theology prepares students to make thoughtful and skillful contributions to the cause of Christ within and beyond the local Church. Courses in Biblical studies, theology and philosophy provide depth and background while those in Christian life and ministry prepare students for spiritual leadership. Graduates often also take positions in education, business and the many roles in which religious values offer a strong foundation for success. 

Year 1 / Students have a chance to:
  • Gain a broad base of learning about the many areas of knowledge influenced by theology
  • Survey the whole Bible
Year 2 / Students gain skills in:
  • Public speaking and conflict transformation
  • Theology and philosophy
Year 3 / Students focus on:
  • Deep study the Old and New Testaments
  • Exploring Christian life and ministry
Year 4 / Students move into:
  • Sharpening their ability to closely analyze and understand the Bible
  • Receiving practical training for how to provide leadership within and beyond the Church
  • Completing their own research project
Fall Semester

September - December

Spring Semester

January - May

Summer Session

May - July

“Equipped with lifelong tools and values”

 “I was a stubborn young Ukrainian who thought he knows everything. LCC gave me perspective, taught me humility and openness, equipped me with lifelong tools and values, and created a space for me to build meaningful relationships with people all over the world. After graduation, I did missionary work internationally, became a teacher, went to study in one of the best theological grad schools in North America, moving 11 000km away from home. This tiny campus in Klaipėda has a weird unexplainable tendency to drastically change lives if you allow it to."  

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Alex Rubel
Country of Origin: Ukraine
Based in Mexico

Theology Graduate, 2016

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Financial aid

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

Faculty Members

Campus

  • Modern classrooms and a library with ideal spaces for focused study sessions.
  • Cafeteria for hearty meals and café for coffees or teas.
  • Two spacious dormitories, each equipped with kitchens on every floor, inviting common areas, a prayer chapel, convenient laundry facilities, and free parking.
  • Fitness center, gym for inter-mural sports, and clubs like yoga and dance.
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Perks

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Full Campus

With safe, 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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Transport Hub

Our campus offers easy access to trains, buses, airplanes, and ferries, allowing you to embark on adventures throughout the region and nearby countries.

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OLD TOWN NEARBY

Step outside our campus, and you'll find yourself strolling cobbled streets of Klaipėda charming Old Town. Experience the rich history and vibrant culture of this city, all within walking distance of campus.

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Safe and Affordable

Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with living in a city with low pollution and crime rates, as well as affordable consumer prices. This ensures that your student experience is both secure and budget-friendly.

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TIGHT COMMUNITY

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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NATURE ALL AROUND YOU

Join our vibrant community, nestled near Europe's stunning Baltic beaches. Sand dunes, sea, and pine forest trails, all ten minutes away from campus.

Application Process

Typically, first-year students arrive on campus in late August, and all applications should be submitted with consideration for migration requirements. Additionally, applying earlier improves the chances of accessing financial aid.

  • Early application deadline - February 15
  • Final application deadline for LT, EU & US - July 15
  • Final deadline for complicated countries can be 3 to 6 months before start of a semester.

LCC also offers Spring semester intake. Candidates planning to start their studies in January should submit their application by the following dates:

  • Early application deadline - September 15
  • Final application deadline - October 15
Application Steps

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Start Your Application

Register and start your application at https://apply.lcc.lt 


Pay 15-30 EUR application fee. 

Prepare Required Documents

  • Get your high school grades for the last 3 years from your school and an international passport.


  • Scan them in color and submit them to the application.


  •  Submit your final high school diploma upon graduation*.


*Your academic qualification documents will be subject for the Qualification Recognition process if they were obtained outside Lithuania. Country specific requirements may be applicable depending which country you are from.  Please contact us directly for the details at admission@lcc.lt.

Take English Language Exam

Submit an official English proficiency test certificate. It should not be older than 2 years.

You can take the TOEFL ITP exam at LCC or any other approved tests at a certified test center.

Attend an Online Interview

After reviewing your application and the submitted documents, we will schedule an interview. If you live nearby or would like to visit LCC we can schedule a live interview. Otherwise, an online video call will be sufficient.

Get Results Within 10 Working Days

When you complete all the steps and submit the required documents, you will receive the admissions decision within 10 working days*.


*Please keep in mind that there might be some country specific requirements, thus the application process could take longer.

If you do not submit documents according to the guidelines, there may be delays in the process.

The admissions office reserves the right to request additional documents.

Qualification Recognition

If you are an international student or a student who is enrolled in an international school, you will be asked to submit your high school diploma and its supplements for Qualification Recognition process. Recognition of foreign qualifications gives access to higher education in Lithuania.

Admission criteria

50% - Math, History, Native & English language grades from the last three years of highschool

20% - English proficiency test certificate

30% - Interview at LCC (online or on-site)

English certificate
Min. score
TOEFL® ITP 500
TOEFL® iBT 61
IELTS ACADEMIC 6.0
PTE ACADEMIC 53
PTE General Test LEVEL 4
CPE or CAE C
LanguageCert International ESOL B2
The English certificate requirement may be waived only if:
  • You are a citizen of Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, Canada, the U.S. or New Zealand 
  • You attended a university for at least one academic year in any of the above mentioned countries
  • You attended a FLEX program or other exchange program that lasted for at least one academic year in any of the above mentioned countries
  • You successfully completed an International or European Baccalaureate program

You can take an Institutional TOEFL test on-site at LCC for a cost of 60 EUR. To learn more, please refer to the information on this page.

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Is your English score below the requirement?

Take a semester of the Intensive English program to enhance your academic English language skills and prepare for BA studies at LCC.

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