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ПО НАСТОЯЩЕМУ МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЙ

Студенты из более 50ка стран и 68% преподовательского состава из зарубежа.   

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ИНДИВИДУАЛЬНЫЙ ПОДХОД

Небольшые классы, с соотношением студентов к профессорам 11 к 1, гарантируют качественный и индивуальный подход.   

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ТЕСНОЕ СООБЩЕСТВО

Всего 700 студентов. 60% студентов бакалавриата живут в кампусе и, делясь опытом совместной жизни, создают дружбу, которая длится всю жизнь. 

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СЕВЕРОАМЕРИКАСКОГО СТИЛЯ

Единственный в Европе университет с Североамериканским cтилем oбучения  

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СВОБОДНЫЕ ИССКУСТВА И НАУКИ

Высшее образование широкого спектра для готовности к реальной жизни.  

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Полностью оборудованный студенческий городок

Общежития, кафетерий, тренажерный зал и другие удобства.  

“Все действительно хотят, чтобы вы добились успеха”

"Самый ценный урок, который я усвоила в LCC, это понимание что люди это самая важная ценность  в любой организации. Я постоянно слышу как многие выпускники, говорят что люди - это то, что делает LCC живее и ярче, и теперь оглядываясь назад, я не могу с этим не согласиться. Мы обмениваемся общими ценностями с нашими замечательными сотрудниками и преподавателями, которые помогают расти не только как профессионалы, но и как личности, и со студентами которые впоследствии станут вашей второй семьей. Это научило меня заботиться о каждом человеке, с которым я работаю или общаюсь. Я считаю, что LCC - это место, которое может дать вам тот опыт и те знания, которые вы сами пожелаете. Вы всегда можете найти нужных людей, которые помогут вам реализовать даже самую безумную идею или проект, а также найти ресурсы для их реализации. Цените то, что в LCC все действительно хотят, чтобы вы добились успеха."

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Юлия Русяновская
В настоящее время Юлия получает степень магистра Медиа Менеджмента в Gabelli School of Business при Fordham University
Окончил LCC в 2020 году

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больше, чем 2,000 выпускников

93%

Alumni are satisfied with their LCC education

84%

Успешно трудоустроены

34%

Руководители отделов или компаний

34

Количество стран, в которых проживают выпускники

84%

Успешно трудоустроены

больше, чем 2,000

Общее число выпускников с 1991 года

ПРОГРАММЫ ОБМЕНА СТУДЕНТАМИ

Для поступающих студентов

Приключение, наполненное международным опытом, европейской культурой и новыми друзьями. Приходите учиться в LCC, где вы будете в среде студентов из более чем 50 стран. Наши программы обмена открыты для всех.

Для отбывающих студентов

Исследуйте мир, обучаясь или стажировавшись за границей.

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Студенческая жизнь

Больше, чем просто учёба

Студенческая жизнь в LCC - это больше, чем учёба. Она полона событий, мероприятий, клубов и практических программ, организованных как персоналом, так и самими студентами.  

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Экскурсия по Студенческому Городку

ПОСЕТИТЕ LCC

Ощутите себя студентом LCC. Примите участие в открытых лекциях, познакомтесь с преподавателями и персоналом, посетите наш кампус и узнайте о процессе подачи документов  

НОВОСТИ И СОБЫТИЯ

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Filip Risteski: Turning Lithuania into Home

2021-04-15

Filip Risteski, an alumnus from North Macedonia, graduated from LCC in 2008 with a degree in Business Administration. He continues to build his life in Lithuania, working in finance and creating a family. He shares the details of his 17-year journey that started on the LCC International University campus.Among the many universities around Europe, Filip applied to LCC and once accepted, took a chance and a huge step. Coming from warm and sunny North Macedonia, Filip laughs recalling his first impression of rainy Lithuania. Yet, it changed when he set foot on the campus and experienced the attention and care of LCC staff and faculty. “The first days in Lithuania and at LCC were something that really left a mark in my life. They were really extraordinary.”Filip was an active student, who wanted to capture any opportunity that LCC had to offer. He was seeking experiences beyond academics, participating in community life. That helped him to connect with Lithuanian culture and its people, ultimately leading to the decision to stay.After graduation, Filip started his career at EY (formerly Ernst & Young) as an audit consultant in Vilnius. In his 11 years there, he grew to a Senior Management position. In 2019 with his vast expertise in auditing, Filip decided to go into Finance and became a Chief Financial Officer at Biomapas, an outsourcing solution provider to the global life science industry. Currently, he lives in Vilnius with his wife and two children.Reflecting on the value of his LCC education, Filip notes three important aspects: academic preparation, soft skills, and network-building. At the beginning of the career, Filip lacked hands-on experience in auditing, however, his academic background was “more than enough for getting the job.” As accounting and finance principles were well-covered in the LCC curriculum, his Business Administration degree also assisted in obtaining an ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) certification in 2014. Filip also appreciates the network he built while at LCC, since in a small country like Lithuania businesses are rather interconnected. “To me, the people who were a part of LCC are still like a family, even meeting them 15 or 20 years later.”The Liberal Arts format of education was the biggest game-changer for Filip, as outside-the-major classes like academic writing, public speaking, and psychology equipped him with soft skills for dealing with everyday work problems. “You do come across stressful and conflictual situations and it’s all about the education and insights from your classes that inform you on how to solve those,” says the alumnus. He also remembers how it required project and time-management skills, discipline, and resilience to adjust to the working environment at the start of the career.“It is easier than you think,” encourages Filip, when asked to share tips with students who want to stay in Lithuania after graduation. “The Lithuanian job market is becoming much more open to international students.” He recommends carefully choosing companies to apply to and settling only for those you genuinely feel like becoming a part of. You should be brave and apply even when you feel like you are not up to the level yet. Then go the extra mile to learn things you don’t know.”Language mastery is among those things. Filip says that many companies do not require Lithuanian skills but, in his own experience, learning the language gave “an internal shift,” that made him more confident in social situations and more connected to the country. While he did take additional Lithuanian courses, Filip learned the most through everyday conversations with colleagues and friends.Looking back on his journey, Filip shares advice with prospective students. “Being part of this community will make a difference for your future.” He emphasizes the constant sharing of knowledge and cultures is a unique aspect of LCC, that students should take advantage of. Filip concludes that to be successful, one has to go beyond what is expected and use all the opportunities along the way.If you missed the Coffee with Alumni webinar with Filip Risteski and want to learn more about his experience, follow the link for the full video — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84yMBVh1g8A&ab_channel=LCCInternationalUniversity

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Yohana Dawood: “LCC’s Middle East Scholarship offered me an opportunity to transform my life.”

2021-04-13

Meet Yohana Dawood! This senior Business major comes from Iraq, the unstable political situation made it difficult and even dangerous not only to pursue his passion for football but also to study at a university. LCC and the Middle East Scholarship became a transformative opportunity to study business, to represent the university in the football team, and to build a better future.How was your life in Iraq? What circumstances did you find yourself in while growing up? What kind of hobbies/passions did you have as a child?It was pretty hard. I had to spend a lot of time inside for my own safety. The indoor life sometimes stopped me from doing what I wanted. I didn’t have a lot of hobbies as a child, but I did play football with my cousins and friends. Being outside wasn’t always safe, so often we would play inside, and being kids, break windows or something. The weather didn’t allow us to play outside either, as summers in Iraq can reach 50 degrees Celsius (122 F). Playing football or pursuing other passions wasn’t always possible. In general, I don’t regret the challenges, because they made me who I am today. My childhood taught me to be respectful, to appreciate what I have, and to have faith.What was it like to study in your country during such turbulent times?I finished high school in 2015. I applied to the University of Mosul, but the city was controlled by ISIS, so obviously no one could go there. Instead, I studied on the campus of a university in Kirkuk, another city altogether, but under the same program of the University of Mosul, where I was majoring in computer engineering. Because of ISIS, my family relocated to a safer city in Erbil. Various control checkpoints made traveling from Erbil to Kirkuk too long, so I eventually moved to Kirkuk and lived in a Christian dormitory. For a while it was safe, but in my sophomore year, ISIS attacked the city. Some ISIS fighters even used the dorms as a safe house during firefights, but fortunately, they didn’t know anyone was in there also. Anti-ISIS forces freed us after 12 hours, and it felt miraculous, especially since no one from the dormitories was hurt, whereas the street itself was destroyed by bombs. After the whole situation, the university shut down, and I could no longer study.How did you first become aware of LCC? Soon after I was no longer able to study, LCC representatives were at the University of Duhok, where my brother’s friend was studying. He let me know about the new opportunity with LCC. I saw coming to Lithuania as a wonderful option, because education in Iraq is not the best, and many graduates don’t have a career upon completion. Many people in Iraq hope to leave the country in an attempt to create a better life for themselves.You are a recipient of the LCC’s Middle East Scholarship. What impact has it had on your studies?I was one of the first people from Iraq to apply for the LCC’s Middle East Scholarship. It’s a scholarship that is designed to help students from the Middle East who are affected by war to afford tuition, housing, and travel. The scholarship has helped me afford the housing and tuition expenses here at LCC. These four years have been transformational for me and I’m really grateful to LCC for this opportunity. In most cases, students look for universities and suitable scholarships. In my case, it was LCC who was looking for students. They came to rescue us from what we were going through. I see it as a message from God.You’re a Business major – why did you embark on a journey to study business?The closest thing to computer engineering I was able to study at LCC was finance and business. This field also seemed good because I think every person needs to have some business experience. I think I can have a better life by owning a business.Before Coronavirus hit the world, you used to play futsal on our team. What position were you? Do you miss playing? What does the game mean to you?I was the Striker. However, it being futsal with only 5 players on a team, you have to learn the other positions as well. So, I would sometimes be a Winger or on the defense. It’s been 6 months since the last time we played, and I hope the situation soon improves because taking a break from studies with sports is particularly refreshing. I miss football for sure, as it’s been a part of my life for a very long time. Even when I can’t play, I still watch games and keep up with the sports news. What is your thesis about? How do you feel about the Covid impact on defenses and graduation format?I’m doing a CLP or Client-Linked Project. I’m working with a local company that offers online training courses, and my project has to do with the website development and online training for people who want to work in the cruise ship industry. Everything has been going well, and I’ve enjoyed the experience. There are pros and cons to the current defense and graduation format, however. On the one hand, it’s less stressful to defend your thesis online. On the other hand, graduation is a once-in-a-lifetime event, and doing everything in person would be far more memorable.How will you reflect on your LCC experience going forward? What do you aspire to do in the future?Once I finish my BA, I’ll start a Master's degree. I’ll probably stay in Lithuania, with the options here being to study at LCC or Vilnius University. LCC offers a nice International Management course. I’d also be happy to stay here because I could remain on the football team. I want to further develop my Lithuanian skills and would like to build a career in this country.

БАСКЕТБОЛЬНАЯ КОМАНДА УНИВЕРСИТЕТА

Как вы уже догадались, как университет североамериканского стиля основанный в Литве, у нас есть наша собственная баскетбольная команда, и она преуспевает!   

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ДОМ ВЕЛИКИХ СПОРСТМЕНОВ

Многие игроки LCC Moose начинали свою карьеру здесь и пошли дальше, чтобы стать профессиональными спортсменами. Возможно, ты следующий?  

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ПЛАТА ЗА ОБУЧЕНИЕ

В 2020/2021 учебном году все BA программы стоимостью 3.180 евро за учебный год. Цена не включает в себя жилье, поездки & учебники.  

Наши магистерские программы оцениваются индивидуально с возможностями скидки для LCC выпускников.  

ФИНАНСОВАЯ ПОМОЩЬ

Мы хотим, чтобы все имели возможность испытать получить образование LCC.  

Ознакомьтесь с нашими программами финансовой помощи, которые могут помочь вам покрыть плату за обучение и найти источники дополнительного дохода для покрытия ежедневных и жилищных расходов.  

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ДОСТУПНОЕ ПРОЖИВАНИЕ

Жизнь в Клайпеде дешевле, чем в Европейских столицах **

421,000 ЕВРО

Размер ежегодной финансовой помощи которую LCC предоставляет студентам.

62%

Студентов получают финансовую помощь

*Средняя стоимость обучения по программам бакалавриата в Европе для студентов приехавших из за пределов ЕС/ЕЭЗ составляет 8600 евро в год по данным mastersportal.com 

** Расходы на проживание рассчитаны на основании данных numbeo.com

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