The examinations of Lithuanian language proficiency levels A1, A2, B1, B2, and C1 will take place on 1 June 2024, 10.00 am. More information is available here.

Applications are due on 26 February 2024

Students, professors, and researchers of foreign institutions of higher education as well as individuals of Lithuanian descent can submit their applications for the Lithuanian language summer course in July 2024. Applications can be submitted here until 26 February 2024 local time (+2GMT).

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The two-week Lithuanian language winter course will start on 8 January 2024 and applicants can sign up until 25 December 2023. Language classes will take place at the Faculty of Philology, Vilnius University. Detailed information on the two-week winter course is available here.

This Lithuanian language summer course is the biggest one held in summer by the Department of Lithuanian Studies. 115 students from 29 countries have joined it, 25 of them arriving from the USA, 10 from Ukraine, 9 from Germany, and 7 from Finland. One, two or a couple of students have come from Ireland, Argentina, Australia, Belarus, Brazil, Czech Republic, Denmark. Great Britain, Spain, Italy, Japan, Canada, Kazakhstan, China, Cyprus, Poland, Lithuania, Norway, South Africa, Portugal, France, Russia, Slovakia, Taiwan, and Turkey.

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In the last ten years, research on language attitudes has also intensified in Lithuania. A number of research articles and monographs that focus on language attitudes or analyse them among other issues have been published

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it is a third edition of the textbook for non-native speakers. The books of Po truputį (Student's Book, Exercise Book, and digital Teacher's Book) will help you learn to write, read, and understand texts by hearing.

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Applications are due on 20 November 2022

Students, professors, and researchers of foreign institutions of higher education as well as individuals of Lithuanian descent can submit their applications to receive a scholarship for the Lithuanian language and culture winter course in January 2023. Applications can be submitted here until 20 November 2022 local time (+2GMT).

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This textbook is designed for exchange (Erasmus) students but it also perfectly suits for all non-native adult speakers who start learning Lithuanian. The authors of this publication are professors of the Department of Lithuanian Studies, Faculty of Philology, Vilnius University with extensive and versatile experience in teaching Lithuanian to non-native speakers.

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E-recourses of the Faculty of Philology, Vilnius University has made the textbook 'Nė dienos be lietuvių kalbos' Book Three publicly available in the PDF and interactive versions. This texbook is the continuation of the same titled Book One for A2 and Book Two for B1-B2.


The Lithuanian language and culture online summer course is underway on 5 to 30 July. 42 students have joined the course from 19 countries, Belarus, Great Britain, Egypt, Estonia, India, Italy, USA, Canada, China, Latvia, Poland, France, Russia, Georgia, Slovakia, Switzerland, Hungary, Vietnam, and Germany. Students are mainly from Latvia, Poland, and Russia.

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The two & four-week summer course will start on 5 July 2021 for which one can sign up until 30 June 2021. Classes will be held via Microsoft Teams. Detailed information on the two & four-week online summer courses is available here.

PDFCourse Programme

The online Lithuanian language & culture winter course is taking place on 4–29 January. 26 students have joined the course from 13 different countries, including Australia, Austria, Denmark, India, China, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, France, Russia, Finland, Hungary, and Denmark. 6 students will participate in the two-week studies (4–15 January) while 20 students will study for a month (4–29 January).

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