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Immersive Experience

Who is this program for?

Intensive three week program tailored for young people aged 15-24. We offer 12 different levels, from beginner to advanced. Older students are welcome, we try to group classes by age and skill level to best of our ability.  

Not a typical classroom experience

Instructors from US & Canada will help you improve your English communication skills through play, performances, conversation groups and interactive classes.

Community & Exploration

Live and study with students from the Netherlands, Germany, Ukraine, Poland and many more countries. Fun classes and weekend excursions will make a memorable summer experience.

Outcomes

Attend 95% of the classes to receive an official certificate that indicates your level within the Common European Framework level.   

Native Speakers

Professional staff from Canada & US

20+ Countries

Mix of students from all over the world

English

All classes taught in English

6 hours per day

90 hours of instruction

“Unforgettable emotions and memories”

"SLI was a golden experience for me. This wonderful summer language camp brought me lots of unforgettable emotions and the brightest moments into my life. I was, and I am, still grateful for the opportunity to be a part of a truly intercultural community."  

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Hanna Lisanevich
Brest, Belarus
Attended SLI program in 2018

Typical day at SLI

  • 8:00 – Wake up call
  • 9:00 – Morning Classes begin. Morning classes focus on using all of the language skills are assigned groups according to their level of English.
  • 12:00 – Lunch break
  • 13:00 – Classes resume. Students attend three different classes for one hour each. After classes focus on one language skill, for example reading, speaking, or grammar.
  • 16:00 – Classes finish
  • 17:00 – Homework time
  • 18:00 – Time for students to cook and eat dinner in the Resident Halls
  • 19:00 – Individual instruction, Conversation Groups
  • 20:00 – Evening activity (Movie, Games, Music)   

Classes

Come prepared to study hard, ask questions and participate. Be ready to interact in small groups, to speak about current events, write essays and to express your opinion in class.   

Attendance

You must be prepared to attend all of the classes each day and work hard to learn English.  

Homework

You will be required to complete homework after classes to prepare for the next day. Students who consistently do not complete their homework must stay after classes for one hour.   

Read our academic rules >
Active classes

Improve grammar, reading and speaking through range of activities.

Small groups

10-22 students per class

Staying in Klaipėda

We are based in Lithuania's third largest city, located on the coast of the Baltic Sea. Klaipėda is a cultural and business hub that transforms into a resort for the summer season.

You will have no difficulties finding your way around town and enjoying local culture. Over 80% of youth and a fair percentage of the older generation speak English.

Lithuania is a member of the EU and Schengen agreements, which means you can explore neighboring countries and Central Europe without borders.  

Local living

Join our facebook group before you arrive to learn more about Klaipėda and read about exchange students experience at LCC.

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Full Campus

On-site residence halls, gym and other facilities.  

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Nature All Around You

Sand dunes, sea, pine forest trails - all 15 minutes away from campus.  

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Safe & Affordable

Low pollution and crime index, affordable consumer prices comparing to major cities.  

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Right Next to Old Town

Campus is walking distance away from the heart of Klaipeda.  

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Tight Community

Small classes and co-living experiences encourage friendships that last a lifetime.  

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Transportation Hub

Trains, buses, airplanes, ferries: to explore nearby ctie.  

Residence Halls

Home away from home - a community where each person is valued, respected and safety is a priority. In order for this to happen, everyone must help to create an atmosphere where we can live, study, and play together.  

Student rooms

Are shared by up to 5 residents that grouped by age. Each resident has a bed, desk, closet space and Wi-Fi access. Bathroom and kitchen areas are shared.   

You will also have access to:
  • Study rooms
  • Computer lab
  • Game rooms
  • Chapel/prayer room  
Read our residence halls rules >

Residence Assistance

Residence Life staff are available to help you at all times.

The Resident Directors (RD)

Full time staff members live in the residence halls. They are responsible for making them safe and welcoming place.   

The Resident Assistants (RA)

LCC International University students who work with the RDs to make residence halls exciting places to live! They are an excellent resource for students with questions. The RAs will also plan fun events!  

Access to on-site facilities:

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LCC ID Card

This is your “document” for the month. The card is necessary for opening doors and using services.If you lose your ID card, you will need to pay a fine. See LCC ID card usage and policy.   

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Fitness center

You are welcome to use on-campus fitness center. Present your LCC ID card at the fitness center reception desk. The cost for 1 visit is €0.30.   

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Cafeteria

Cafeteria is open from 11:00 - 14:00. You can purchase hot meals, salads, soups, chips and drinks. All for a reasonable price.  

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Kitchen

You can use the kitchens located in the dormitory to cook your own meals. Cooking skills are greatly appreciated by SLI community.  

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Library

LCC library is at your disposal. You will find current newspapers, magazines and videos in English. You can use LCC ID card to check out books and videos.

Application process

Fill SLI program application form

Application Deadlines:
Early application -  April 1
Final application - June 3

Make a payment

Payment has to be made after application. Please follow bank transfer instructions.  

Receive email confirmation

After we receive your payment you will receive a second email confirming your application.  

Move into Halls of Residence on July 5-6

You may not move into housing before July 5 unless you make arrangements prior to June 3.

Attend registration on July 6

All participants must be present on-site for registration and language testing.  

Key dates

Application deadlines
  • Early application: before April 1
  • Final application: before June 3
Arrive to Residence Halls
  • Move into Residence Halls: July 5-6
  • Mandatory residents meeting: July 6 at 20:00 
On-site registration for all students
  • All students must be on site for registration and testing on July 6, from 9:00 to 12:00.
  • Bring your passport for identification.
Classes
  •  July 8-26
Move out from Residence Halls

You must move out from housing on July 26 unless you make arrangements prior to your arrival.  

Price and payment

Program cost
  • Early application, before April 1: €450 
  • Final application, before June 3: €500
Housing cost

 If you are staying in residence halls of residence: €150  

Pay via bank transfer
Family Discounts

If more than one of your family members participates in the program at the same time, each will get a 10% discount.  

Deposits
  • A damage deposit of €30 for residence halls is to be paid upon arrival. If no damage is done during the person’s stay, the deposit will be returned before departure. 
  • If you don't stay in residence halls you will be asked to leave a deposit of €10 for an LCC ID card. If the card is returned at the end of SLI, the deposit will be returned when you depart.  

Refund policy

Unforeseen circumstances may sometimes cause students to request an SLI Course fee refund. Please read our rules:

Pre-departure checklist

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Bedding

Bring blanket, pillow and linen. Rental is only available upon request during application for students that are arriving by plane. Rental fee is 15 EUR.   

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Personal items

Towels, clothes, bathroom supplies etc.  

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Health insurance

Make sure you are appropriately covered for duration of the program.  

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Kitchen utensils

Pots, pans, cutlery, plate, cup, kettle etc.  

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Musical instrument

If you want to participate in musical group - bring your favorite instrument!  

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Medicine

In case you use prescription medication or have a headache, upset stomach.  

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