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Welcome to ISLB

ISLB offers contemporary undergraduate degree programmes which allow students to develop knowledge, abilities  and attitudes required in the global labour market and essential to cope in the wider world in the future. The educational process is tailored towards practice-oriented studies and professional training which comprise collaborative and experiential teaching and learning methods as a reflection of the student-centred approach. The curriculum comprises two industry-based internships that give students hand-on experience in real workplaces. ISLB‘s strong industry links help to ensure contemporary and relevant studies and graduate employment.

The Faculty of Management has over 2000 students with a growing share of international students from 12 different countries of the world. For international students ISLB offers four degree programmes in English, including International Business Law, Tourism and Hotel Management, Business Management and Marketing with a variety of different business oriented specializations. The faculty comprise recognized academics and practitioners who guarantee the development of strong theoretical foundations and comprehensive practical skills.

ISLB offers two modes of studies: full-time studies (3 years) and part-time studies (4 years). E-learning opportunities are offered to meet individual student needs. Students can choose the most convenient way of studying at ISLB.

Welcome to Lithuania

Lithuania is a country in Central Europe, one of the three Baltic states, situated at the crossroad between East and West.

Lithuania is the largest of the three Baltic states, covering the area of 65 200 sq. km

Lithuania shares its borders with Latvia, Belarus, Poland, and the Kaliningrad Region of the Russian Federation.

Lithuania holds a 99 km long area of the Baltic Sea coast.

Lithuania is divided into four culturally and linguistically distinct regions: Aukštaitija, Dzūkija, Suvalkija and Žemaitija.

In 1989, a French National Geographic Institute scientist, Jean-Gregoire Affholder, determined that the Geographical Centre of Europe is located in Lithuania, 24 km North from the capital Vilnius.

Since 2004 Lithuania has become a member of EU and NATO, and a part of the Schengen area since 2007.

Population. The population of the Republic of Lithuania is 3,35 million.

Language. The Lithuanian language is the official state language and is recognized as one of the official languages of the European Union. Lithuanian language is one of the two living Baltic languages, along with Latvian. Lithuanian, out of akk Indo-European languages, has best retained the ancient sound system and numerous morphological peculiarities. In this respect, it is very similar to Sanskrit, Ancient Greek and Latin. Studies in the field of comparative linguistics have shown it to be the most archaic livin Indo-European language.

Currency. Litas (Lt) has been the national currency unit since June 25, 1993. 1 Litas (Lt) is equal to 100 cents. Litas is pegged to Euro at the rate of 3,4528.

Time: GMT+2, Vilnius

The capital of Lithuania with a population of around 600,000.

Rapidly changing and developing multicultural city with a reputation of one of the safest and friendliest cities in Europe.

The fastest growing city in Lithuania with all major political, economic, social and cultural centres.

Authentic old town with a unique and diverse architecture, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Useful links about Lithuania

Facts about Lithuania: Lithuanian Internet Gates

The Baltic Times: Lithuania & Baltic news

15 reasons to visit Lithuania

Vilnius Tourist Information Centre

Vilnius City Card

Vilnius In Your Pocket

Lithuania Travel Guide

Education in Lithuania

National system overviews on education systems in Europe and ongoing reforms: Lithuania, Eurydice, 2010

Organisation of the education system in Lithuania 2009/2010, Eurydice, 2009

Structures of Education and Training Systems in Europe: Lithuania 2009/10, Eurydice, 2009

VET in Europe: Lithuania – country report. Cedefop, 2010

The Ministry of Education and Science of The Republic of Lithuania

Business in Lithuania

Guide to Lithuania business information

The Ministry of Social Security and Labour of The Republic of Lithuania

The Ministry of Economy of The Republic of Lithuania