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Experience Europe

5-week Academic Term

Couldn't study abroad for a full semester? You can still have a life-changing, memorable experience with our short summer program. 

Areas of study

Study intercultural communication and choose between Christian theology, communications or business courses. Gain hands on experience with our world class faculty. 

Discover the beauty of untouched Europe!

From forts to ferries, synagogues to sand dunes, monasteries to museums and so much more, you will find there won’t be enough time to explore it all. Lithuania is one of the best kept secrets of Northern Europe and it’s brimming with culture, history, and hospitality.  


Study in an international English speaking community

Study by the sea

Live in an old European city on the coast of the Baltic Sea

Academic credit

Earn 6 US (12 ECTS) credits in a variety of disciplines


Experience Lithuanian culture, city life and untouched nature

“Thinking and living differently”

"Studying abroad in Lithuania during Summer session gave me the opportunity not only to broaden my college experience, but also to broaden my knowledge of other cultures around the world. It enabled me to learn, think and live differently, both in and out of the classroom. The memories and adventures that I had in the month I was there are greater than any souvenir I could have ever brought back home with me."  

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Sarah Hughes
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
Texas, USA

Attended LCC Summer Program in 2019

Course offerings

Marketing [3 US credits]

In this course the students are provided with knowledge of marketing principles; the context and theoretical underpinnings of marketing; the marketing mix: price, product, promotion and place; and the practice of marketing. 

Christian Theology [3 US credits]

This course approaches theology as an academic discipline and critically examines various theological systems of thought. The nature and methods of theology are discussed and theological systems are used to apply the truths of the Christian faith to everyday life.


This course explores principles and problems of communication between people of different cultures and sub-cultures. Students have the opportunity to apply course material to their own personal and professional interactions. 

Dates - Summer 2022
Arrival to Lithuania and orientation May 19-22
Classes begin May 23
Last day on campus June 17
Travel through Northern Europe June 18-26
Departure June 27
Courses; Visits to local businesses & Organizations; Accommodation; Orientation in Vilnius; Day trips in Lithuania; 9 day trip through Latvia, Estonia, Finland 5 500 USD

Application process

Consult with Study Abroad Lithuania team

Contact us if you have any questions - we are happy to help!

Complete online application

Click on the icon to fill an online application form

Get results within 2 weeks

Application results will be emailed to the address that you have provided in the application form.

Internship and volunteer opportunities

Volunteer at kids camp

Teach English to children in 2nd-4th grade, or 5th-8th grade, 5-8 hr / day

If you are interested in volunteering with the Summer Language Institute which is for high schoolers in teaching or student life roles, please email

June session
Arrival to Lithuania and Orientation June 10
Kids camp (1 week) June 13 - 17
Kids camp (2 weeks) June 20 - July 1
Teens Camp (2 weeks) June 27 - July 8
August session
Arrival to Lithuania and Orientation July 29
Kids or Teens camp (2 weeks) August 1 - 12
Program fee

600 USD (includes, accommodation, orientation, day trip to Nida and Palanga, aiport pick up)    

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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

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 Klaipėda.  

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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 cities.

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

Rooms are shared by 4 or 5 residents of the same age and gender. All rooms are set up as a suite. Each resident has a bed, desk, closet space and Wi-Fi access, with a bathroom and shower, and a full-size refrigerator in their suite. There is a large, modern kitchen and lounge on each floor.

You will also have access to:
  • Study rooms
  • Computer lab
  • Game rooms
  • Chapel/prayer room  
Read about housing >

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