Erasmus University Charter number 260500-IC-1-2011-1-LT-ERASMUS-EUCX-1


Erasmus programme

Application procedure for applying to Vilnius College of Design (VCD)

STEP 1 Contact International Relations Office in your home institution
If you are planning to come and study at VDC, you need to contact the international relations office at your home institution and to go through a selection process at your home institution. We can only accept incoming students for the areas of studies specified in bilateral agreements between institutions.

STEP 2 Application procedure
After approval to study at VDC, you will need to follow the following procedures:

2.1. Send completed Erasmus Student Application Form to VDC (download)
2.2. Send completed Learning Agreement to VDC (download)
2.3. Send your passport copy
2.4. Send your portfolio
2.5. Send your transcript of records

All documents should be sent:

By ordinary postBy e-mail
Vilnius College of Design
Project Management Department
34 Kauno Street
LT-03202 Vilnius Lithuania

The deadlines for sending documents are as follows:

For Autumn Semester:1st of July
For Spring Semester:1st of December

After we receive the above mentioned documents and VDC Study Department approves your Erasmus study programme we will issue a Confirmation Letter and approved Learning Agreement.

2.6. Check the health insurance information in your home country. All incoming students are required to have medical insurance valid in Lithuania for the study period.

STEP 3 Arrival to VDC
Contact Project Managemement Department at VDC by and inform them about your arrival date. In order to integrate successfully into the new country life, a personal mentor will be assigned to you.

STEP 4 Erasmus study completition
After you have completed your study programme successfully at VDC, a Transcript of Record and Erasmus certificate will be issued to you.

Credit and grading system

ECTS credits system is used in Lithuania since September 1, 2011. 60 credits measure the workload of a full-time student during one academic year and one credit stands for around 25 to 30 working hours. Student workload is the time necessary to complete all planned learning activities (contact hours, independent study, exercises, research and/or other assignments). One academic year equals to 1600 student work hours.
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