*Admission deadlines:
June 1
— general admission;
July 1 — deadline for citizens of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, and Armenia;
August 1 — deadline for EU and EEA states’ citizens, and visa-free Eastern Partnership countries’ citizens (Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia).

STEP 1. Apply with documents:

  1. Fill out the application online – click the button Apply now!
  2. Attach copies of educational documents – Country specific requirements
  3. Attach a copy of your passport



  • Bachelor’s program applicants need a secondary school certificate.
  • For Business Programs (Aviation Management, Business Management):
    Submit proof of completing exams in Mathematics and another subject of choice in the final year of secondary school. Math can be replaced with a science or IT subject. Commerce profile candidates may substitute Math with any commerce-related subject.
  • For Fashion Industry Program:
    Submit proof of completing exams in 2 subjects of choice during the final year of secondary school.
  • Master’s program applicants must provide a secondary school certificate and undergraduate diploma.
  • For Master in Organizational Innovation and Management – Bachelor’s degrees accepted: Management, Business and other Social Sciences.
  • For Master in Integrated CommunicationBachelor’s degrees accepted: Communication and other Social Sciences.
  • If the applicant is in the final year of secondary school, and the final certificate is unavailable by the admission deadline, submit the latest academic transcript and a certificate noting the expected date of receiving the final secondary school certificate.
  • If in the final year of university, and the graduation diploma is unavailable by the admission deadline, submit the latest academic transcript and a certificate noting the expected date of receiving the final diploma.
  • If the name on your educational documents differs from your passport, submit valid proof of name change, such as a marriage certificate, divorce certificate, or an official document from a competent authority.
  • Non-English, Lithuanian, or Russian documents must be officially translated into English.

For information admission@ksu.lt


STEP 2. Interview:

Candidates will be invited for a 10-15-minute interview on Teams/Zoom with a KSU representative in English.


STEP 3. Make payments:

Pay the application fee before submitting documents.

Standard fee: 200 EUR.
Reduced fees:

  • Citizens of Ukraine are exempt from the entrance fee;
  • 60 euros – for citizens of Lithuania;
  • 100 euros – for citizens of the European Union, European Economic Area, the UK, Central Asian states (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan), Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Moldova, Sakartvelo, Turkey;

Please ensure you specify your citizenship upon entering the admission website to view the applicable fees.

Upon acceptance to the University, receive a Conditional Offer Letter and pay the 1-year program tuition fee

All payments must be settled before the course starts.

Payment Options:

1. Online payment – highly recommended!

  • Available 24/7
  • Reaches the university account the same day
  • Payment link is in the electronic version of the invoice
  • Best price guaranteed

2. Payment by Bank Transfer:

  • Takes up to 1 week
  • Limited availability

Bank details:
Recipient’s name: Kazimieras Simonavicius University
Recipient’s code: 111968775; Recipient’s bank: Luminor Bank, AS
Recipient’s account/IBAN: LT 854010 0424 0030 9151, Swift code: AGBLLT2X
Recipient’s Bank address: Konstitucijos pr. 21A, 03601, Vilnius, Lithuania

Note: The student must cover the bank fee for international transfer operations.



Depending on the citizenship, one may be able to enter Lithuania without a Temporary Residence Permit (TRP) or visa.

EEA citizens do not need a visa or TRP. You will just need your passport or ID card to enter Lithuania.

The countries of the EEA area: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden.

Students from Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Israel, Japan, etc. also do not need a visa or TRP to enter Lithuania, if they possess a passport with biometric data.

Non-EEA citizens should apply for a TRP in their home country or a neighboring country with a VFS Global office. Students are advised to apply for TRP which is issued for 1-2 years.

The International Office of KSU supports students in the TRP application process and issues necessary documents.


KSU recommends various accommodation options near Vilnius Old Town and KSU. Prices vary:

  • 250-350 EUR/month for a shared flat, room in a hostel, or dorm
  • 500-800 EUR/month for a 1-2 room apartment
  • 900-1500 EUR/month for a single room in a 3-4* hotel For details, contact admission@ksu.lt


STEP 5. Start your studies in Lithuania:

  • Make travel arrangements
  • Bring original educational documents with you
  • Sign study agreement
  • Participate in orientation week

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