1) The Kaunas University of Technology (KTU)
It is one of the largest universities in the Baltic countries.
Since 1922, the University has specialized curricula and research programs.
It is world famous for its outstanding research on ultrasound, organic chemistry, engineering, system diagnostics, environmental engineering, and other fields of various sciences.
It successfully implements European research programs annually.
It is in partnerships with the Lithuanian and European industrial sectors that have the largest number of business research contracts with Lithuanian universities.
It develops interdisciplinary research studies.
Today, 11,000 students are studying at the 9 university schools, and have the ability to choose more than 137 programs at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
It has a specialized Career Center for Students and Graduates of the Schools.
It offers the opportunity to participate in Erasmus and other programs after having concluded 80 other bilateral agreements.
It has implemented the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
The degrees are recognized in the EU and many other countries under the Lisbon Treaty.
2) The University of Health Sciences, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, comes from the merge of the Kaunas Medical University with the Lithuanian Academy of Veterinary Medicine.
It was founded in 1919, and has almost 100 years of experience world-wide.
Today, it deserves the title of the largest university in Lithuania by offering University curricula, a total of 22, and scientific research in the field of life sciences.
It consists of 7 Schools such as Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Veterinary, Nursing, Public Health, Livestock Technology, as well as 4 Research Institutes, 2 University Hospitals and 10 Departments.
Teaching programs are conducted by more than 1,000 qualified academics with 6,200 students from 36 different countries worldwide.
All the aforementioned university programs are recognized by the Greek State (DOTAT, former DIKATS) after Lithuania’s accession to the EU in 2004.
Graduates can immediately obtain a license to pursue a profession in Greece or any other European state they want.