Vilnius University Ambassadors programme

The University Ambassadors are a group of students who are employed to share their first-hand experiences at Vilnius University with prospective students and to help international applicants navigate their future life in Lithuania more quickly. The VU Ambassadors share their unique stories and advice on what is good, valuable and useful about studying in Lithuania.
Here, you can find answers to questions such as:

• Why did you choose to study in Lithuania at Vilnius University?
• What difficulties did you face during the admission process and while studying and living in Lithuania?
• What do you like the most about studying at Vilnius University?

If you need more information and personal advice, just choose the Ambassador from your home country and submit your question using the form below. Usually, all questions are answered within 2-3 working days.   Country  Azerbaijan  Belarus  Cameroon  Germany  India  Iran  Malawia  Nigeria  Pakistan  Taiwan  Ukraine  USA  Uzbekistan 

  • Alice Brykun (Kaunas Faculty, Information Systems and Cyber Security, Belarus) VU has given me some incredible opportunities – not only to study, but also to fulfil my potential in my free time and for my own pleasure! Our teachers share not only their knowledge, but also their experience with us. They support us and help us in a way that’s useful to our work 🙂
  • Ashwinipriyadarshini Megur (Life Sciences Center, Neurobiology, India) I always wanted exposure to the international study environment, which came true while studying at Vilnius University. My experience as a science student has been quite informative and academic. The life sciences centre is the hub for all the biology-related science students open for opportunities to work in the laboratory with their desired interest in master thesis topic. 
  • Azlan Bhatti (Faculty of Medicine, Medicine, Pakistan) The decision to study at Vilnius University was one of the best decisions I ever made. The city and the environment are incredible. I would really recommend this place to others who are interested.
  • Damian Mialkowskyj (Faculty of Medicine, Medicine, Germany) My dream of studying medicine in an international environment came true in Vilnius. I consider VU to be a place of almost endless possibilities. The personal and close contact with my teachers and professors has ensured it is a memorable experience.
  • Daniyal Heidari (Faculty of Medicine, Medicine, Iran) For me, the 7/24 library facility is one of the best things at VU, since this wasn’t available in Cyprus . The traffic rules are well-obeyed in Lithuania, compared to those in my home and birth countries. The working hours are also less in Lithuania, which may not always be a good thing.
  • Fidan Dargahli (Business School, International Business, Azerbaijan) Studying International Business has given me the opportunity to meet many people from different countries and cultures. One of my favourite parts about studying at Vilnius University is the 24/7 access to the library.
  • Gabriel Moore (Faculty of Philology, English Philology, USA) Everything here has been great. Getting used to a different culture and language is always a challenge, but I’m enjoying it. Getting out of my comfort zone was what I wanted to achieve by coming here.
  • Guanyuan Wang (Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Bilateral Exchange Program, Taiwan) The quality of the course, combined with the lecturers’ enthusiasm and the friendly students have made my studies vibrant and colourful. Another intriguing factor is that I have learned many different things (and experienced some culture shock) in our multicultural dormitory.

Source: Vilnius University


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