About Your Studies

Academic Calendar

Autumn semester

1 September – 31 January*

 

Spring semester

1 February – 30 June*

*Last week of the semester is a resit week.

Bank holidays

  • 1 January - New Year’s Day
  • 16 February - Independence Day of the Republic of Lithuania
  • 11 March - Restoration of Independence Day of the Republic of Lithuania
  • 1 May - International Workers' Day
  • 24 June – St. John’s Day (Joninės)
  • 6 July - Anniversary of the Coronation of King Mindaugas
  • 15 August - Assumption Day (Žolinės)
  • 1 November - All Saints Day
  • 24 December – Christmas Eve
  • 25 December – Christmas Day
  • 26 December – Second Christmas Day

Timetables

Academic calendar:  

  • Autumn semester 02/09/2019–31/01/2020
  • Spring semester 01/02/2020–30/06/2020
  • Full academic year 02/09/2019–30/06/2020

Study plan

  • Erasmus students are allowed to take courses from any study year, not depending on their current study term.
  • Taken subjects cannot overlap.  

Detailed schedules are available here: http://tvarkarasciai.lsmuni.lt/  
 
Application for Erasmus studies at LSMU
 
Application is available here: http://lsmu-exchange.dreamapply.com/
 
Deadlines:
Autumn semester – 1 June
Spring semester – 1 November

Grading System

 

Pass/fail system Grading system Definition
Pass  10 Excellent performance, outstanding knowledge and skills (excellent)
  9 Strong performance, good knowledge and skills (very good)
  Above the average performance, knowledge and skills (good) 
  Average performance, knowledge and skills with unessential shortcomings (highly satisfactory)
  6 Below average performance, knowledge and skills with substantial shortcomings (satisfactory)
  5 Knowledge and skills meet minimum criteria (sufficient) 
Fail 4 Knowledge and skills do not meet minimum criteria / below minimum criteria (insufficient)
   
   
   

 

ECTS credits:

1 full academic year                            = 60 credits
1 semester                                         = 30 credits
1 term/trimester                                  = 20 credits

Subject Descriptions

Study Regulation