Kazimieras Simonavicius University (KSU), founded in 2003, is an accredited private institution of higher education with campuses in Vilnius and Klaipeda, Lithuania. KSU stands out for its innovative approach to learning and its entrepreneurial values.
In collaboration with local and international businesses, we have developed study programmes, which prepare students for career success in their chosen fields of study. The University promotes three qualities that are vital for a young person to succeed.
Small study groups ensure that every student gets personalized attention. First-year students could get personal mentors and tutors. Students throughout the studies have regular consultations on their career prospects and they can enroll in the Career Path programme, which helps them master practical and personalized skills and prepare themselves for a career path.
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Orientation Day at KSU - The International Relations Office organizes Orientation Day every year to introduce new international students to Vilnius and to the Lithuanian university system. During the day, we offer a number of events and presentations covering various academic and social subjects.
Orientation Day takes place in the week before lectures start. During this time, incoming students are shown around the university by buddy students. It is an excellent opportunity to meet other students and to start adapting to everyday life in KSU.
We believe this initiative helps both local and international students to become culturally, academically and linguistically integrated with each other.
The library of Kazimieras Simonavicius University is an academic library. It collects, manages, protects and provides to readers documents issued in Lithuania and abroad. The largest part of the Library’s collection consists of the literature of social sciences, law and business.
I really liked that our teachers was working not just as a teachers in university but also have their own business, so in this way they could teach, give to us more information what was happening in these days.