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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

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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.

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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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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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Meder Mukai: TEFL Certified at 20, with Hopes of Educational Changes

2021-06-08

Say hello to Meder! The 20-year-old International Relations & Development student from Kyrgyzstan spends a lot of his time working and volunteering as an English teacher for children as well as adults. Already experienced in this field, the aspiring teacher has recently become an internationally certified TEFL (Teaching English as Foreign Language) instructor, and this summer will volunteer in an LCC English summer camp for children in Ukraine, as well as be an intern for Belarusian students preparing for studies in the US.Read on to learn more about this young, aspiring teacher, Meder!A North American style, liberal arts university in the heart of Europe… these were the qualities that caught Meder’s attention when he saw a social media advertisement for LCC. While doing his research, he realized it was a place for him to pursue his education, and an application soon followed. The hybrid study format allowed him to first study remotely from his home country, Kyrgyzstan. Having to go to a Lithuanian Embassy in Kazakhstan for a visa didn’t stop him either. Meder finally arrived in Lithuania in the middle of October, only to be welcomed by the second national lockdown, moving all courses online. “I still haven’t had a physical class at LCC,” comments Meder. Having recently completed his first year at LCC, Meder reflects on his experience at a liberal arts university. One of the highlights for him was the friendships he has forged. Due to the quarantine rules, the residents of the dormitories haven’t been allowed to visit floors or rooms other than their own. The community on Meder’s dormitory floor used this as an opportunity to become even closer. For example, Meder spent time not only getting to know his floormates from 8 countries better but learning various new recipes from other cuisines and cultures as well. This Kyrgyz student singles out cooking as one of his biggest passions; an activity that is not just a mere everyday grind, but rather something that helps him relax, meditate, reflect, and even set new goals.Recently, the 20-year-old has had great success in reaching his aspirations. “I’ve been teaching English for a couple of years now.” Meder has helped organize and teach various English camps and has also been teaching language to adults online. Over the last couple of months, the aspiring teacher has taken Teaching English as Foreign Language (TEFL) courses, completing 120 hours of course work and successfully passing a difficult exam that coincided with the regular semester finals week at LCC. Now, Meder is a TEFL internationally certified instructor - which means that now he has the opportunity to work in many schools all around the world.However, this young teacher is not stopping there. He was recently accepted as a teacher for the English Summer Camp for children in Ukraine, organized by LCC. “I’m very excited to help these kids learn English,” said Meder, unable to hide his enthusiasm. Meder has also taken a leadership role for the next academic year as a First-Year Seminar Student Leader. For the soon-to-be sophomore, this is an important experience and will help create lesson content for his group of freshmen and cooperate with other teachers in the FYS course.As such, a question arises. Why is someone so fascinated by the English language and teaching, studying International Relations & Development? “In the future, I want to be working in the field of development of education in Central Asia,” he shares. Before becoming a teacher, Meder wanted to be a diplomat and be involved in foreign relations. After the first two semesters at LCC, he sees how he has a more diverse interest than just international relations and politics. This IRD field will nevertheless help him pursue his greater vision of developing education down the road. Having been a student in the region, he saw first-hand, the issues in education. Now, he sees these issues also through the lens of a teacher. Meder hopes to help bring change and fundamental improvement in education.

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The Parallels of Managing Change and Transitions 

2021-06-07

Everyday people undergo various changes and transitions in their lives. Sometimes changes are good, and sometimes they are bad, but regardless, you find your final destination. As we go through this adventure called life, we experience transitions that are often unwanted but necessary, while some can be like a breath of fresh air. Transitions can catch us by surprise, when we least expect it, making it harder to navigate through life. However, there is a way to manage changes and transitions well. Terese Cox, an instructor in the English Department and PRIME Program at LCC International University discussed how to manage through shifts in your life, and how to navigate well when one thing ends, and another begins.Terese Cox begins with this, while sharing insights about change and transitions, “If you have ever been to the beach or to the desert, you've probably noticed how quickly the sand can move or change.” These life occurrences happen all the time around us too. It’s important to understand that even though change and transitions are linked together, they have separate meanings in our lives. According to Oxford Languages Dictionary, change is an act or process through which something becomes different. Transition means the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another. Both change and transition can be a process, but also an individual act, requiring something different to happen as a result. Some of the most difficult periods in our lives can be when we go through changes and transitions. Despite our free choice, the disequilibrium (the loss of stability) can bring painful or frightening experiences. As we process through life, the ultimate goal for most is to achieve balance, and feel content.As we go through life, transitions can be perceived big or small, and impact our world, bringing disequilibrium. An example might be the divorce of parents. This type of event impacts parents’ lives and children, causing transition in relationship and living situations. Failing an exam can also cause a negative transition, like the need to retake an exam or attend a remedial course. However, negativity can evolve into positivity. These positive transitions can become some of the most meaningful moments of your life. For instance, being in a healthy relationship, deciding to apply to a university, or moving to a new country can be positive life moments. At first change can feel nerve-racking and might push you outside of your comfort zone. However big or small the transitions, the way you choose to perceive these situations and your outlook through them can determine the outcome. You may end up losing something, but you will also gain valuable experience and learn life lessons. How do we manage transitions? How do we deal with them? William Bridges was a preeminent authority on change and transition, who transformed the way people think about change. Bridges' work reveals three main phases - the ending, the neutral zone, and the beginning. Phase one is characterized by loss and letting go. It can be letting go of old ways of doing something, letting go of an old identity, or feelings of disengagement. During this phase, the crucial parts are naming the losses, acknowledging them, marking the endings, treating the past with respect, and making peace with the old you. The second phase is known as the neutral zone and is the fuzziest and the most confusing space of all. The neutral zone is an in-between time, where a person is unable to fully embrace a new beginning. Psychologists call this a space of liminality. Phase two is when the old is gone, but the new is not fully operational. In the neutral zone people are in the momentum of reconfiguring what is broken, without seeing the result yet. This is a great space for creativity, and to remind ourselves it is normal to feel negative thoughts, while learning how to shift to positive thinking. It’s important to create rituals, temporary systems or rhythms and stick to a routine. Lastly, the third phase comes as a breath of fresh air, the new beginning. After being in the disorienting neutral zone, a new beginning can bring you to find a new identity, new energy, a new sense of purpose, and discover something previously undiscovered about yourself. This is the phase of the “new normal.”People move horizontally through these phases, but the movement, or the action can look different for every individual. Some people might never move out of the ending phase, for example when they’re experiencing loss and are trying to let go. In his work, Bridges uncovers five costs of poor transition management: guilt, resentment, anxiety, self-absorption, and stress. “Instead of growing from a grain of sand into a pearl with resilience, determination, and hope, we might instead find ourselves going through resentment, anxiety, or even guilt. These are potential costs that arise from not managing the transitions and changes well,” commented Terese Cox.Whether it’s good or bad, big or small, change and transitions are vital in order to discover new things about ourselves, and to be able to acknowledge what is happening in the present moment and navigate through life with these feelings and experiences. After all, beginnings always hide themselves in ends, and ends are the start of something new. Change and transitions can be perceived as positive or negative. It all depends on the person’s outlook and wish to embrace it.

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

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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.  

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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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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 

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