Why study MEDICINE at Vilnius University?

  • To ensure the quality of studies students are taught in small groups (8-10 students per group)
  • The programme incorporates the classical teaching model in order to develop a firm foundation in basic science before entering the clinical field
  • A unique opportunity to practice in one of the six largest Lithuanian hospitals a benefit from early interaction with patients through visits to general practices
  • Integrated internship

Admission requirements and selection criteria

  • Applicants should have completed biology and chemistry courses at the secondary education level;
  • Completion of either a physics or mathematics course at the secondary education level is an advantage.
  • SAT Subject Test in Biology E/M MIN score: 500. SAT exam is taken at home country.
  • Only the selected candidates will be invited for the interview

Accepted students will be required to study the Lithuanian language, which will be a part of their curriculum.

Information regarding the admission to the Medicine program taught in English can be found at the following links:

General information regarding the admission procedure
Special requirements applying for Medicine program

Do not hesitate to contact the admission office if you have any questions regarding the admission procedure:
Ingrida Kelpšaitė
Admissions Officer
Phone: +370 5 2687183
Fax.: +370 5 2687069
ingrida.kelpsaite [at]

If you have any questions regarding the Medicine program and studying process you can contact the International Office of the Faculty of Medicine:

Justė Andrikonytė
Phone: +370 5 2398721
juste.andrikonyte [at]

Prof. Vaiva Hendrixson, MD PhD
Vice-Dean for International Relations and Programs
Phone +370 5 2398786
vaiva.hendrixson [at]

If you have any questions regarding transferring to Medicine or Dentistry study programme at the Faculty of Medicine, please contact:

Miglė Trinkūnaitė
Phone: +370 5 2398721
migle.trinkunaite [at]


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