Fellowship programmes offered by Lithuanian University of Health Sciences are postgraduate medical practice courses (usually one year) aimed for students with a bachelor or master degree in biomedical sciences, who seek to improve their skills in a particular specialization with the opportunity to continue their practice in the residency programme.
Why study at LSMU?
Experiential learning – unique experiences and opportunities
Intensive training and professional development in a very particular area
Individual program according to personal knowledge
Further development: continue your education by entering residency programs.
Please upload electronic copies of your documents to the application system. After completion of the application form, please do not forget to click SUBMIT, because only SUBMITTED applications will be considered.
Step 3. WAIT FOR FEEDBACK FROM THE UNIVERSITY
Feedback – additional information required.
Positive feedback – you may continue with the admission procedure and pay the application fee (150 EUR);
Not qualified – the provided documents are not acceptable for admission at LSMU.”
Step 4. PAY AN APPLICATION FEE OF 150 euro
After you receive positive feedback, you should continue with the application procedure and pay the application fee of 150 EUR (non-refundable). Follow the link to pay it online.
Step 5. OFFER LETTER
Is issued after application fee is paid. If the applicant accepts the Offer to study at LSMU, he/she needs to confirm it via the application platform.
Registration fee – 350 euro
“If you are ready to accept the Offer to study at LSMU, you need to pay the Registration fee of 350 EUR (non-refundable) and continue the admission procedure. Follow the link to pay the registration fee online.
Step 6. STUDY CONTRACT
Study Contracts will be issued to all applicants who accepted the University’s Offer and paid the registration fee of 350 EUR.
Step 7. TUITION FEE
You will be issued invoice for tuition fee together with Study contract. Tuition fee shall be paid following the terms and conditions of the Study Contract.
Step 8. APPLICATION FOR NATIONAL VISA D, if needed.
Please read carefully how to apply for student’s visa.
Students must obtain a temporary residence permit (TRP), which enables them to live in the Republic of Lithuania for a longer period, i.e., the whole study period. Students coming from the Member States of the European Union also nationals of Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, and Liechtenstein shall be issued a residence permit for a national of the European Community Member State – EC residence permit.
Students coming from any other country than the EU Member State shall apply for the national visa D at first. The application for the issue of a national visa D shall be submitted to the diplomatic mission or consular office of the Republic of Lithuania abroad. The visa D will enable a student to enter Lithuania and stay for one calendar year legally. Since the application for the issue of temporary residence permit could be examined within four (4) months, first-year students shall submit an application for the issue of TRP to the local Migration Office four (4) months before the expiry of the visa D. Usually TRP is valid for one calendar year. A student of the EU Member State shall submit an application for the EC residence permit in Lithuania to the Migration Office, too. The application will be examined not later than within one month from the date of receipt of the application.
Students staying legally in the Republic of Lithuania shall submit an application for the replacement of residence permit (TRP) to the local Migration Office two months before the expiry of the actual TRP.
The visa D and the TRP are obtained through the mediation of the University at the student’s expense. The following documents should be submitted when applying for the visa D or the TRP: 1. Application Form; 2. Valid passport or ID; 3. University’s mediation documents; 4. Documents certifying the financial status of the applicant; 5. Health insurance policy; 6. Application fee; 7. Two passport-type photos.
IMPORTANT! A student who applies for the temporary residence permit (TRP) first time shall submit a Statement (Criminal Record) of a competent authority of a foreign country, where the student lived before arriving at the Republic of Lithuania or where s/he currently lives, certifying the fact that s/he has (not) been convicted of a crime in that state.