The Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LSMU, Lietuvos sveikatos mokslų universitetas) is the largest university-type school in Lithuania preparing health specialists. It unites the Veterinary Academy and the Medical Academy.
Pharmacy students gain practical skills at the University Pharmacy, which is designed not only to serve the public but also to be the main training facility of the Faculty of Pharmacy, offering students a broad spectrum of practical knowledge and skills and providing them with firsthand working experience.
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Library will not accept visitors during quarantine period and overdue fees on late books will not be charged. Students are suggested using e-resources for their learning needs.Remote access to external resources under full LSMU user’s rights is possible via EzProxy or VPN protocols.
University IT team puts all their efforts to assure that your work and learning process is smooth during quarantine period.
Accreditation of higher education study programmes was started in 2001. The order of accreditation is set by Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania. Study programmes are certificated by the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education.
It was an interesting experience in my life because I had online studies when COVID-19 had started
Even tho covid hit hard, our university did a great job in quickly adapting, preparing the online framework for studies, presentations, we had multiple platforms we used, every professor could be quickly found on microsoft teams just by typing in their name, extra credit could be done on the spot, our times were more flexible, as the majority of our professors are doctors,...
The studies are informative and exciting with lots of new information. I didn't think it could be s much fun learning about human body, cells and medicine. The professors are (mostly) very friendly and eager to help and answer your questions. Although some things could still be improved, like the lenght of the courses, because the first half of first semester was very...
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