Vilnius University History
Vilnius University was founded in 1579 and is one of the oldest Universities in Northern Europe. It is the most famous higher education establishment and it functioned as the only school providing services of higher learning for a very long time. As a result of this the University played a major role in preserving the cultural and scientific heritage of Lithuania and its surrounding countries. During its more than four centuries of operation, the University of Vilnius has seen phases of growth and decline, revival, and closure.
Vilnius University Programs, Courses and Schools
The University offers Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral courses in fields such as Business, Chemistry and Geosciences, Communication, Economics and Business Administration, History, Law, Mathematics and Informatics, Medicine, Philology, Philosophy, Physics and more.
Vilnius University Campus
The University is home to interesting features such as a Botanical Garden, Centre of Information Technology Development, Centre of Property Management and Services, Conference, seminar and leisure centre, Cultural Centre, Health and Sport Centre, Library, Museum and Publishing House
Vilnius University Notable Alumni
Brigita Brazyt? (Linguist), Darius Buinauskas (Propaganda scientist), Alfredas Bumblauskas (Professor, Historian), Ludwik Chmaj (Historian and philosopher), Aleksander Chod?ko (Poet, Slavist)
Vilnius University Programs
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Fees vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
Medicine: June 1
Others: May 1
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Vilnius University Rankings
RegionalEmerging Europe and Central Asia
Student Faculty Ratio
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