Lithuanian Sports University (LSU), founded in 1934, is a specialised public higher education institution that has developed its unique traditions in sport, leisure and health sciences.
The LSU offers 19 degree study programmes at all three study cycles (8 undergraduate, 9 Master’s and 2 PhD), mainly in sport science, where studies, research and practice are closely interconnected. Among the LSU graduates, there are many distinguished scientists, world-renowned coaches, famous athletes, and prominent public figures.
Lithuanian Sports University is an open European university, constantly creating and providing study programmes for all three cycles as well as continuous education programmes based on the latest research and technologies.Organization and administration of scientific activities, research planning, execution and reporting are determined by the Regulations of Scientific Activities of Lithuanian Sports University.
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A great number of the LSU students and graduates have become champions and prize-winners of the Olympic Games, world and European championships, among them are the twice European boxing champion Algirdas Šocikas, the winner of the Olympic gold medal and world basketball champion Modestas Paulauskas, the winners of the Olympic gold medals discus thrower Virgilijus Alekna. and basketball players Voldemaras Chomicius and Rimantas Kurtinaitis.
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The International Relations Office (IRO) offers support with the aim to create opportunities for local students to get a taste of Europe and for international students to experience the student life in Lithuania.
Each incoming student may apply for a living place in one of the students’ dormitories situated in the area of University campus (Perk?no al. 3 and Aušros g. 42A).
Rooms are furnished with beds, wardrobe, desk and desk chairs, also equipped with the fridge, microwave and teakettle. The student does not need to bring the bedding and bed linen, as he/she will get it in the dormitory, but the dormitory administration does not provide towels. The student also has to buy the kitchenware (flatware, cups, plates, etc.) upon arrival. The kitchen (bathroom as well) will be shared with other students.
The LSU library with over 106 thousand publications offers a lounge area for visitors, reading rooms for group work and individual study with nearly 90 workplaces, and favourable conditions for students’ self-study in general.
At LSU a first aid doctor may be consulted during working hours in case of sudden health problems or minor pains. The LSU doctor will prescribe medicine or refer you to another doctor.
All international students are supposed to have health insurance valid in Lithuania for the study period which can be obtained in the student’s home country or from a Lithuanian insurance company upon arrival.
LSU Student Union (SU) has the strongest student voice at the University where all members of the young academic community are welcomed. The SU enriches student life in every aspect through different academic and social events and projects and evey student can take part in it.
In 2012 Lithuanian Sports University (hereinafter – LSU) started to implement internal quality management system. It is a mechanism for the implementation of Strategy of Development of Integrated Activities 2012 – 2017 and to ensure operational efficiency. Quality Management System is approved and monitored by the University Senate.
I studied master degree of Business and Management with specialization in Tourism and Sports Management, at Lithuania Sports University Lithuania, at the department of Sport Management, Economics & Sociology. I developed a particular interest in the relationship between Organizational Innovation, entrepreneurship and Economic Management of Tourism and Sports. . I, already...
My master’s degree research was “Quantitative methods” and course was “sports Physiotherapy” for 2-year full time (120 credits), and that was divided in to 4 semesters. During the course, I improved my critical thinking and analytical skills that has broadened my knowledge and understanding of evidence-based research. FACULTY WERE AWESOME.
Lithaunia is for germans a very cheap country. The food and the rentals are very cheap compared with german conditions. but hygiene articels are a little bit expensiver. Buying food for one week is around 20?. And I paid for my dormitory just 65 ? per month. The teaching methods were a little bit different to the methods I learned back home. Everyone want's to do as easy...