We seek to contribute to the world science by carrying out studies of Lithuanian and other languages, literature and culture research. We seek to educate philologists of wide erudition that are able to combine the development of most valuable traditions of humanities together with the openness to novelties as well as the ability to explore, change and create themselves, their lifes and the world around them.
The faculty provides opportunities both to deepen the knowledge of the native language, the languages of neighbouring and more remote countries, their literature, culture and to practice personal creative skills. The Faculty of Philology offers undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate studies in humanities. The extent of studies are calculated in ECTS credits. One credit is equal to 40 hours of workload (lectures, seminars, individual study, etc.). Non-degree studies are for improving skills, or change, add to already education.