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LCC Academy

Series of free online seminars and lectures for high school students | February-March

Practice makes perfect

Are you considering studies abroad in a world-class English-speaking university? Not sure if you are ready or what it is going to be like? LCC Academy will help you answer those questions!

Opportunity for young people

LCC is launching a new non-degree program for 10-12 grade high school students from around the world. It aims to provide students with an authentic experience of liberal arts university lectures, discussions, and group work online and completely free of charge.  

Challenging topics

Our professors will challenge you with new perspectives on world politics, travel, migration, leadership, crisis management, and many others. Weekly online lectures will be followed by online discussion groups. You will be able to discuss and debate the topics, fine-tune your writing skills and collaborate with peers from around the world.     

Broaden your worldview

Build your english vocabulary

Develop communication skills

Enhance your critical thinking

Learning paths

Sign up for a certificate program

Active students who will take part in at least 4 lectures and contribute to online discussions and tasks will be awarded with a certificate of participation and an additional point to their LCC admissions score if they decide to apply for BA studies at LCC. Space is limited, so make sure you secure your spot now!

Audit the course

Students are free to join any lecture they’re interested in and participate in the discussions as they feel. Those auditing are not obliged to do any additional work, but are also not provided with a certificate and the additional point.  



  • For the certificate program - by February 9th
  • To audit a lecture - a day before each lecture
Time & dates
  • February 10 - March 31
  • 17:00-18:00 (Vilnius time)
  • Once a week
  • Full schedule below

The program is delivered online. Students who register will receive a unique link to the course and other instructions.

English requirement

English proficiency level B2 (upper intermediate) desirable, but not required.

Register >
February 10 John Milliken, PhD What is Freedom? Do You Have It?
February 17 Shane Crombie Too Much Information? How Communication Makes Us; and Breaks Us
February 23 Andrew Jones Persuasion! Seeking and Resisting Compliance
March 3 Joe Harder A Theology of Film: Finding God in The Lord of the Rings
March 9 Eglė Verseckaitė-Grzeskowiak, PhD Facts and Myths about International Migration
March 17 Sarah Snodgrass Battling Against Human-Trafficking: How to Actually Help (not hurt) Communities at Risk
March 24 Terese Cox Managing Change and Transitions
March 31 Scott Nuemann Introduction to International Relations: How to Make Sense Out of International Events

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