Finishing the admission process

1. To confirm your decision of studying at LCC, you need to make non-refundable 300 EUR deposit payment by:

  • June 15 – If you start your studies from Fall semester
  • December 1 – If you start your studies from Spring semester 

The information about bank transfer you will find here

2. As soon as you have your diploma, bring or send your high school diploma to the Admissions Office. You may bring it or email the certified true copy of it to your admissions counselor. Please submit the high school diploma no later than:

  •  July 20– if you start your studies from the Fall semester;
  •  November 15 – if you start your studies from the Spring semester.

If you have problems submitting your diploma by the set deadline, please call us +370 46 310460. 

3. Visa for international students: all international students are required to obtain National Visa D to legally study in Lithuania. The Admission Office will work with you on helping you get ready for obtaining your visa. You will receive the guidelines how to apply for your National Visa D via email. Your invitation documents for visa will be prepared and sent to you as soon as you pay the non-refundable deposit of 300 EUR. If you have any questions about the visa process, please do not hesitate to contact your Admissions Counselor. 

4. You have to prepare a separate document package for your Temporary Residence Permit (TRP) which you will apply for upon your arrival to LCC. The list of documents and requirements will be sent to you via email. 

5. To become an LCC student you have to sign a contract and that you will do when you come to LCC for the Freshmen Orientation in August (Fall semester) or in January (Spring semester) . This is a formal agreement between you and LCC International University. Admissions counselor will send you the schedule of Orientation days via email. Please keep checking your personal and LCC email accounts.  

6. An LCC ID card is an official LCC document intended to be used as the primary source of identification for faculty, staff and students on LCC property. The card will be used to open the University doors as there are electronic locks installed on some of the doors. Also the card is necessary to check out textbooks and books from the LCC library, to use the sports center, to participate in seminars at LCC, and to receive discounts from our University partners. You will get your LCC ID Card during the Freshmen Orientation. 

Things to do


June 15
By July 20
  • Payment Schedule Registration form (optional)
  • Final and original/certified true copy of the high school diploma and its supplements submitted to the Admissions Office (detailed documentation requirements will be sent to you by the Admissions Counselor)
August 20

Full tuition and dormitory fees due. Bank transfer information


December 1
December 20

Full tuition and dormitory fees due. Bank transfer information