Aleksandras Stulginskis University

Study in the geographical heart of Europe – Lithuania! This country is a melting pot between historical and multi-cultural influences mixed with a modern cosmopolitan atmosphere. Lithuania offers high quality, modern and innovative studies and diplomas/degrees which are across all European countries and all of this surrounded by unique and old traditions cherishing culture. Higher education in Lithuania is available at Universities or Colleges. The higher education institutions follow the guidelines of the Bologna declaration. The purpose of the process is to create educational standards for academic degrees and quality assurance, in order to make it easier for students to move from one European country to another and to improve the overall quality of European higher education.

Aleksandras Stulginskis University, the only state institution of higher education and research in Lithuania awarding the diplomas and degrees at MSc and BSc levels in the fields of food sciences, agriculture, forestry, water and land resources management, bioenergy and mechanical engineering, climate change and sustainable use of natural resources.

Aleksandras Stulginskis University includes the following :-
Five faculties

  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Agronomy
  • Economics and Management
  • Forestry and Ecology
  • Water and Land Management

Level of studies and Study Programs

Bachelors Study Programmes Fees (Euro per year)
Agricultural Mechanical Engineering (Technological Sciences) 2,600
Energy Engineering (Technological Sciences) 2,600
Renewable Energy Resources Engineering (Technological Sciences) 2,600
Hydraulic Engineering (Technological Sciences) 2,600
Applied Economics and Business Analysis (Social Sciences) 1,750
Administration of Rural Development (Social Sciences) 1,750


Masters Study Programmes Fees (Euro per year)
Applied Ecology (Biomedical Sciences) 3,350
Horticulture (Biomedical Sciences) 3,350
Agro-biotechnology  (Technological  Sciences) 3,350
Agricultural Mechanical Engineering (Technological Sciences) 3,350
Hydraulic Engineering (Technological Sciences) 3,350
Biomass Engineering (Technological Sciences) 3,350
Sustainable Energy (Technological Sciences) 3,350
Applied Economics and Business Analysis (Social Sciences) 2,900
Administration of Rural Development (Social Sciences) 2,900

Entry requirements for all courses are as follows:-

Bachelor Progams :-
Age Below 26
Marks Required – Minimum 55%

Masters Progams :-
Age below 33
Marks Required – Minimum 55%

Campus Accommodation

All universities offer the opportunity of living in a hall of residence. Some of the halls of residence are situated near the universities, others, in the city centre. Usually, the residents of the hall share common showers and kitchen and students share their room with one or two other people, but this is offset by a comparatively low cost of living. Furthermore, living with a lot of students is an experience which will never be forgotten.

What should you expect from living in halls of residence in Lithuania?

In all probability you will have to live in a two- or three-person room.

  • One shower/bath is intended for two or more rooms.
  • You will be provided with the necessary furniture in the room, i.e. bed, wardrobe, table and chairs.
  • There may be internet access in each room; however this is not included into the price.
  • You will be able to make breakfast, lunch and dinner in a common kitchen with other students. There is usually an equipped kitchen on each floor.
  • Guests are not permitted to sleep in the halls of residence. When entering the premises, they will have to submit ID and register in the guest book.
  • Often the residents of the halls must keep noise to a minimum during particular hours.
  • It is prohibited to sell alcohol, sell or take drugs or other psychoactive drugs. Smoking is permitted in specified areas.

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