KVK is offering admission into General Practice Nursing and Informatics undergraduate study programmes for citizens of Ukraine with:
No tuition fee*.
No application fee*.
Possibility to receive state scholarship of 300 EUR monthly*.
50% reduction in dormitory rent.
Admission to studies is only to the 1st study semester from September 2022. Maximum number of students per each study programme – 30.
Language of instruction – English.
Deadline to apply – 28 July 2022.
More information – firstname.lastname@example.org or +37065967260
The admission to KVK is foreseen to focus on Ukrainian citizens who have fled the war in Ukraine started by Russia and have completed their secondary education in Ukraine or Lithuania on or before 2022. Priority will be given to this year’s Ukrainian graduates, with an extra point for this group of applicants in accordance with KVK admission procedure, and an extra point may also be awarded for nursing or STEM subjects.
For the General Practice Nursing and Informatics places for which public funding will be made available, KVK will only be able to admit people who meet the minimum entry requirements.
- Secondary education in Lithuania – a school-leaving certificate and two state school-leaving exams.
- For secondary education completed in Ukraine – hold a matriculation certificate and pass an admission test organized by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (Національний мультипредметний тест (НМТ)), subject to the threshold.
Admission of persons meeting the minimum requirements will be carried out in accordance with KVK admission procedure, with the formula for calculating the admission score being adopted by the institution itself.
*Only citizens of Ukraine who have a temporary or permanent residence permit in the Republic of Lithuania or who have been granted temporary protection by a decision of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania may apply for support. All other citizens of Ukraine can apply for all study programmes in general order as stated HERE.