Master of Communications
Part-time studies
Duration – 1,5 years
Language – Lithuanian/English
Location – Vilnius
Tuition fee per year: 4100 EUR (+application fee 100 EUR for non EU students)

More about studies – here.

Do you have any questions?

Contact: admission@ksu.lt

About the Programme

Creativity plays a major role in integrated communication project work in marketing campaigns, building the image and implementing brands in the market, monitoring consumer behavior and their needs, in managing and changing the plans of communication processes, engaging in public projects of social media and identifying the value of creative products. By merging the areas of the public, the creator and the consumer, creative communication professionals work in the public and private sector, manage and test the products of media communications, digital technology, and social innovation. Excellent orientation in the field of integrated communication allows the implementation of creative public and creative economy strategies for the development of the leading role of the European Union at the international and even intercontinental level.

Large businesses and internationally active public institutions, creating, ensuring and implementing innovation in practice, determining changes in the landscape of society and development, always look for personalities capable of interdisciplinary thinking and working in a changing environment. Research shows that integrated creative communication professionals are just like that. It is forecasted that in the future they will not only hold the positions of company managers of the rating in the field of innovation, but also generate the greatest profits. Therefore, integrated creative communications professionals are characterized by pervasive and wide outlook, are able to adapt to the changing communication, technology and policy, combine and use different communication models, manage technologies, conduct and are based on scientific research in solving the problems of public relations, management, marketing, etc.

Program unique features

The only such program in Lithuania

Focusing on the needs of business and international institutions

Possibility to combine studies and work

After graduation you will be able to:

  • Expand brand awareness;
  • Organize creative activities;
  • Effective communication in social networks.
  • Carry out integrated communication projects;
  • Master a variety of communication tools and technologies.

Career prospects

Study subjects

  • Creative economy
  • Creative society
  • Creative communication
  • Intellectual property 
  • Postmodern aesthetics
  • Visual culture
  • Creative innovation
  • Communication research methodology 
  • Design driven innovation
  • Development of the creative knowledge society
  • Integrated communication


Bachelor degree in Communication, Social Science and Humanities.

English language skills – level B2.

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Why study in Lithuania?

Lithuania is one of the most bilingual and educated nation in Europe, which makes studying here an excellent opportunity to develop your prospects for an interesting career.

The telecommunications, digital media, biotech, aviation, and aeronautical engineering industries are distinctly strong in Lithuanian.

Another big reason why students choose to come to Lithuania is personal safety. Studying abroad can be obscure, especially if you’re leaving your friends and family behind.

Lithuania is an affordable option, Tuition fee and living cost compared to other countries is fairly low-priced.

You can earn while you learn, international students can work during their semesters, you would not require work permit as your study permit is enough to help you find a part time job.

According to surveys, 94.2% of foreign students would recommend studying in Lithuania to their friends. Currently there are students from 95 different countries of the world studying in Lithuania.


Living in Vilnius!

Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania and most international city in the Baltic region. Lithuania is a member of European union and Students enjoy all the benefits of it: euros as a currency, Visa free travel – Vilnius Airport offers direct flights to many European capitals.

The inhabitants of Vilnius are the most satisfied to live in their city of all 28 European Union capital cities, according to the latest Eurostat study.

The New York Times Ranks Vilnius as one of the best places to live.

Fun facts About Lithuania!

  • Basketball is the most popular sport and said to be the second religion of Lithuanians.  Several Lithuanian basketball players have gone up to the NBA’s Hall of Fame. The Lithuanian players who are currently in the NBA include: Jonas Valanciunas, Mindaugas Kuzminskas and Domas Sabonis. Ignas Brazdeikis.
  • Lithuanians Are Super aeronautical and love being in the air. Vilnius is the only capital in the world that you can fly a hot air balloon over.
  • Two famous Pilots Steponas Darius and Stasys Girėnas attempted a cross Atlantic flight from NYC to Kaunas, Lithuania.
  • Aerobatic flying is another specialty; Jurgis Kairys, the world championship even has a maneuver named after him: the Kairys Wheel.
  • Lithuania is a geographical centre of Europe. Jean-George Affholder, a scientist from the French National Geographic Institute determined that the geographic centre of Europe is located at 54°54′N 25°19′E, near a Lithuanian village named Purnuškės.
  • Lithuania has one of the fastest Internet connections in the World. Lithuania is the first country in Europe which has introduced the Local Breakout (LBO) technology, offering cheap mobile internet for travellers and allowing them to avoid big data roaming charges.
  • Lithuanian Language is one of the most ancient language of all time. The longest Lithuanian word is: “nebeprisikiškiakopūsteliaujantiesiems” which has 37 letters.
  • Lithuania is famous for being the only country in the World with its own official scent, called “The Scent of Lithuania”.
  • The Easter eggs are not brought here by some cute and fluffy bunnies, it is the Easter Granny (“Velykų Bobute”) who does that job in Lithuania.