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Academic Issues and Student Life Guide 2016-2017

Kaunas University of Technology is your University, even if you came here for a few weeks! Learn how the lectures are organised, what the academic calendar is and how your work will be assessed. Do not miss the opportunity to make sports, sing or dance, join student organisations and take full advantage of your time at KTU. We would like to be your best University!


Financial incentives and support


Incentive scholarships

Students of Kaunas University of Technology, who achieve excellent academic results and are active, have a possibility to receive incentive scholarships.

Incentive scholarships are awarded to the students whose studies are financed by the State and since 2009 they can also be awarded to the students of the first and second cycle of studies whose studies are not financed by the State, who have no academic debts, as well as students, who study at non-degree programmes.

University's  talent  scholarships  are  awarded  to  the  most  active  students,  who  achieve exceptional academic, scientific or artistic results, are active in extra-curricularactivities in the areas of business, innovations and social activities that promote University's name

All students of the first, second cycle, integrated and non-degree studies can participate in  the  competition  for  award  of  the  University's  talent  scholarships,  except  first  cycle  first  year students in their first semester

Amount of the University's talent scholarship –250 Euros per month. Total amount of support allocated per semester –1000 Euros.

Selection criteria for award of the University's talent scholarships:

  • weighted averages of total results and recent semester studies –at least 8 points;
  • activities during recent semester promoting University's name (candidate to scholarship has to comply at least with one of the following criteria):
    • published scientific articles;
    • participation  in  scientific  conferences,  olympiads,  competitions,  exhibitions  and other scientific activities;
    • active    participation  in  business  and  innovation  areas  (implemented  projects, internships, activities at the University's National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre);
    • active participation in public activities contributing to the University's welfare.

Winners  of  the  University's  talent  scholarships  are  selected  based  on  their  competition score. Competition score is calculated considering the activities, awarding each activity a maximum of 1 point (a point can be divided in tenth parts) and adding student's average of the last sessions. Maximum competition score –14

Students,  who  are  willing  to  participate  in  the  competition  for  University's  talent scholarships, have to submit the following in Academic Information System until the end of the fifth week of semester at the latest:

  • application for participation in the competition;
  • curriculum vitae;
  • motivational letter;
  • one or a few recommendations;
  • documents certifying one or several activities;
  • other documents that student considers to be relevant.

One-time incentive scholarship

One-time incentive scholarship is awarded by Dean's order, authorised by Rector, for a dynamic activity promoting University.

Requests regarding award of one-time incentive scholarships to students, are submitted by:

  • managers of students' organizations;
  • Head of Cultural Centre;
  • Director of Physical Education Centre;
  • other managers of University's departments.

One-time target scholarship

One-time target scholarships are awarded for a purposeful activity representing University:

  • participation in international and/or national science conferences, seminars, Olympiads, projects or other kind of events;
  • representation of the University at international and/or national sport, art and/or competitions of public organizations, conventions or other kind of events.

One-time target scholarships are awarded to students by Vice-Dean's order, authorised by Rector, of by Dean's order, authorised by Rector.


Sponsor scholarships

Nominal sponsor scholarships and companies' scholarships are awarded to active students who achieve high academic results.

Competition of sponsor scholarships

Sponsor scholarships are awarded by competition procedure. Procedure for scholarship award is established in establishment contracts, regulations approved by sponsors or by University's Rector. Competition for sponsor scholarships is announced in spring and autumn.

Submitted documents:

  • curriculum vitae (CV); 
  • motivation letter (if requested);
  • recommendation;
  • other documents, supporting science and public activity.

Students submit documents online.

Form for submission of request and documents will be updated in Academic information system (AISafter announcement of competition.


Social support

One-time social scholarships

One-time social scholarships can be awarded to full-time and part-time students of first and second study cycles, who have no academic debts, whose studies are financed by the State and not financed by the State, also to students, who study at non-degree programmes.

The amount of social scholarship – 4 BSB (in exceptional cases – up to 12 BSB). It is awarded by the commission set up by Rector's order.

One-time social scholarships are awarded to students whose material status is difficult due to:

  • illness;
  • illness or death of family members;
  • disaster or loss of assets;
  • in other exceptional cases.


  • Request in a specific format;
  • Declaration of honesty regarding award of one-time social scholarship (except in the event of death);
  • Documents supporting a right to be awarded a one-time social scholarship (with regards to the above-mentioned criteria).

Students' documents are accepted till every 10th day of the month. Scanned documents are submitted by email or taken to Student Information Centre (Studentų str. 50-168, Kaunas)

Payment for accommodation at the dormitory

Students of Kaunas University of Technology, who live in the non-renovated dormitories are in a difficult material or social situation, can receive a payment for accommodation at the dormitory. 

1. a request;

2. declaration of honesty;

3. documents, supporting the circumstances indicated in the request:

3.1. certificate on family composition;

3.2. certificate on family's and (or) person's calculated and paid salary and other benefits (from municipality);

3.3. other documents supporting student's material and/or social status.

Applied monthly payment for accommodation of one person at the dormitory is determined by the commission.

Scanned documents are submitted by email till 20th of the month at the latest.



State-Supported Loans

State-Supported Loans are preferential loans for students issued through the selected credit institutions (banks) for one academic year.

All students enrolled on the first, second and third cycle, integrated and non-degree studies at higher education institutions in Lithuania can apply for a State-Supported Loan.

In cases state below, you cannot get a State-Supported Loan:

  • If a total amount of all your State-Supported Loans received, excluding interest, would exceed 385 BSB (Basic Social Benefit (Lith. abbr. BSI) - € 38) - € 14630;
  • If you suspended studies or are on academic leave;
  • If you already have been granted state-supported loan and fail to fulfil your obligations established by your previous loan agreements;
  • If you are an international student (citizen of non EU or non-European Economic Area country) and have not been granted permanent residency in Lithuania (not applicable for foreigners of Lithuanian origins).

Types of the State-Supported Loans:

  • Loan to cover tuition fee. Maximum amount equals the yearly tuition fee of the study course you attend. This loan is paid directly to the account of an institution of higher education until July 1.
  • Loan to cover living expenses. Maximum amount - € 1900 per year. This loan is paid in equal monthly instalments until July 1 to the borrower's personal account (for last year students until graduation);
  • Loan for partial studies abroad. Maximum amount - € 2280, to be paid all at once to the borrower's personal account.
  • In order to get a State-Supported Loan, you should fill an online application form (available in Lithuanian language only). You will be redirected to the form when you click this link.

State allows students to borrow on favourable terms:

  • State-Supported Loans are loans guaranteed by the State;
  • State-Supported Loan repayment starts a year after graduation or termination of the studies;
  • Repayment period of state-supported loan - 15 years;
  • Possible loan grace periods;
  • State Studies Foundation may pay interest during the time of study, as well as during the loan grace period;
  • Possibility of early repayment of the loan at no additional cost.

2.6. The borrower is aware that state-supported loans cannot be awarded to the following persons: <...>

2.6.5. foreigners, except the persons indicated in part 2 of the article 73 of Law on education and studies of the Republic of Lithuania, i.e. children of diasporas and foreigners of Lithuanian origin, grandchildren and great grandchildren, whose studies are financed under procedure determined by the Ministry of Education, as well as citizens of Member States of the European Union and other states of European Economic Area and permanent residents of Lithuania.

More information:


For international activity

Support for students' international activity

Students traveling to international events (conferences, seminars, exhibitions, etc.) are financially supported by the University's fund for development of international relations.

Support for studies, apprenticeships or scientific practice abroad is also provided by special Lithuanian and foreign governmental and public foundations.

  • International study programmes;
  • KTU fund for international relations.

Procedure for compensation of students' expenses for international activity

University provides possibilities for students to participate in national and international science conferences and other events, where students can increase their expertise and promote University's name.

Use the possibilities provided by the University – travel and receive financial support! Compensation for travel expenses is one of the conditions allowing students to travel to conferences or seminars, training or other educational events in Lithuania and abroad.

To receive compensation for expenses, students must:

1. Address University's representative, who is responsible for organization of the event or participation in the event and settlement with University's Financial Department. Responsible University's representative prepares a request. Indicating the persons, who apply for compensation of their expenses, to University's Financial Director. Responsible representative indicates a source of financing.

2. A prepared request is submitted to University's administrative department, where that request is registered. Students of first and second cycle submit requests to Students' Welfare Group (tel.: 30 00 80; email:, adress: Donelaičio str. 73-113), students of third cycle – to the Unit of Doctoral Studies.

3. When University's administrative department agrees upon the request with Director of University's Financial Department, persons, who participate in Lithuanian and foreign events, are paid a financial compensation (benefit) after the event. Financial compensation (benefit) is paid before the event under agreement and signing of contract between University and recipient of compensation (benefit).

4. University's representative, responsible for organization of the event or participation in the event, submits a report on the event participant's legitimate expenses and supporting documents to University's Financial Department.



Contacts for information:

  • Agnė Atkočiūnaitė
    Adress: Studentų str. 50-167
    Tel.: 30 00 80;
  • Study Centres of the Faculties.


Mentorship programme


Mentorship at the University

Mentorship is an educational partnership between:

  • mentor, who has more experience and competence, is able to inspire, encourage and provide a motivated person with a versatile required assistance;
  • student, who tries to take experience of the former and to adapt the acquired knowledge in the future.

Mentorship is an important modern way of education, which proved to be very efficient and useful for personal and business development in the ancient times. Nowadays many world's universities have established mentorship programmes that are used for education of quick thinking in a broader framework, transfer of acquired knowledge or facilitation of integration in the new academic, social, and cultural environment. In different countries these programmes function on a different principle, have a different title and different types of mentors, however their purpose is almost identical – development of young people. A person, who has a mentor, is able to adapt more quickly and successfully, to reach higher achievements and to not repeat the same mistakes.

Mentorship programme is active at Kaunas University of Technology since 2014. This novelty provides students with a possibility to have their own personal teacher and authority, who appreciates the student's achievements, who listens to the student, gives advice, teaches the student to study more efficiently, to think critically and creatively, develops capacities that are necessary for a career.

Mentorship programme motivates self-realization and versatile development of both the students and their mentors. It is a great possibility to communicate and to keep contact with modern youth and try to understand their needs.

Everybody can choose a mentor at the University, because there are 5 different types of mentors that students can choose at each stage of their studies. Each mentor's functions are different; therefore objectives and style of their communication vary.

Peer mentor

Academic advisor

Career mentor

Research mentor


  • Upperclassmen.
  • A member of academic personnel.
  • Representative of a business company;
  • KTU alumnus;
  • KTU employee;
  • Specialist in a certain field.
  • A member of academic personnel (scientist or researcher).
  • A member of academic personnel;
  • A student who gets high grades.

Commencement mentor is only for the first-year of the first cycle of studies

Academic advisor is for the whole period of studies.

Career mentor is for the whole period of studies.

Research mentor is for the whole period of bachelor studies.

Tutor is for the period of all studies (particularly recommended during first and second years).

“The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.”― William Arthur Ward

Objectives of KTU Mentorship programme:

  • creation of a positive environment for support of the University's students;
  • nurturance of academic and educational culture at the University;
  • revelation of students' potential, improvement of academic results and skills;
  • motivation of students' professional and personal development;
  • encouragement of closer communication and cooperation between business and students;
  • helping a student to determine his/her personal and professional objectives, also helping to make a plan of action or strategy for implementation;
  • providing a student with a possibility to improve capacities of communication, self-presentation and cooperation;
  • development of the students' leadership capacities;
  • observation, encouragement and development of young talents at the University.

Peer mentor

Your ally and friend!

Peer mentor is responsible for the success of Your first days at the University. A person that You can always trust, ask questions, have pleasant discussions and share Your concerns and success. Each academic group of a full-time first-year students of I cycle of studies has their own peer mentor, who makes sure that students' fear, uncertainty and trepidation would not exist at the University!

Note. Students, who arrive at ERASMUS programme, are welcomed and mentored by the members of ESN KTU regarding any student issues.

Peer mentor is an upperclassman, who helps the first-year students:

  • to blend into the University life;
  • to ensure a successful beginning of their studies;
  • tries to make the first steps of first-year students at the University brave and firm.

"The idea of the peer mentors this year has been great. I am a first-year student, so, like many others, I had uncertainties at the beginning:  where to go, who to address with questions, etc. My peer mentor was the person I could always address to. She never refused to help, helped me to get acquainted with the University and its order. Mentor becomes not only a helper, but also a friend. I still get along very well with my mentor, also, she encouraged me to join Students' Union and I'm very happy I made this decision. I think that having a peer mentor is an advantage to every first-year student, because he/she can ensure a good start for a "freshman" at the university, which contributes to the better results of the studies."

First-year student

"Peer mentorship is a brilliant and efficient part of KTU Mentorship programme, helping first-year students to adjust to the university life. When I started studying at the university, I knew nothing about this institution, everything seemed uncertain and unfamiliar; not only my peer mentor helped me to get acquainted with KTU environment and gave me advices, but also motivated me to contribute to its development. Each mentor has gathered experience and knowledge; by passing it to the first-year student, he/she can develop a student who is better educated and active."

First-year student

"I think that mentorship programme is truly unique. It is useful to both the mentor and the first-year students, who have no knowledge of internal and external life of the university, they do not know who to address and are timid. Mentor has a great chance to expand his/her knowledge about the university, to help first-year students get accustomed to the new environment, for the group to know each other, to find new friends, to discover their new internal abilities of leadership and to show a way to those, who are looking for it."

First-year student

How does it work?

During the celebration of the beginning of the school year, a peer mentor gets acquainted with an academic group of first-year students, who are curated by him/her. Quite often introduction meetings take place even earlier, under initiative of the peer mentor or the students. You can find information about Your peer mentor in the academic information system (AIS), Mentorship programme section, at the end of August.

The main activity of mentor and academic group:

  • participation in the activities of the first-year students' introduction week (introduction lectures, seminars, fair of organizations, cinema evenings, sport competitions and other activity);
  • election of the coordinator of the academic group;
  • participation in the election of the most active academic group of the first-year students;
  • meetings, conversations, discussions on the subjects of University structure, studies and possibilities of financial support;
  • participation in the excursions for students to get acquainted with the space of the University, as well as with students' organizations and possibilities of spending their free time;
  • collective solving of arising problems and searching for the answers to the questions.

"When I became a peer mentor, I felt doubt and uncertainty: how will I manage the duties that I chose? What kind of mentor will I be? Will I manage to answer the questions that arise? Will I be able to communicate closely with completely unfamiliar people? All doubts disappear after you meet an academic group of first-year students. You realize how much you know about KTU system and how new and unfamiliar everything is to the first-year students. You feel that they need help and you, as a peer mentor, must help them integrate into the new environment, help them feel the difference between school and studies. You yourself control the benefits that you get while being a peer mentor. I had a chance to improve my personal qualities: communication skills, activity coordination, human resources management, I checked how I managed to communicate with a group of unfamiliar people, create an internal atmosphere and help to form a strong team. Mentorship is useful for the first-year student when a mentor is ready to help first-year students and devote his/her free time for spending it with a curated academic group. Will I participate in this programme next year? If I have a possibility, I will repeat it with a great joy and a wide smile!"

Peer mentor

"Newly discovered leadership skills, acquired trust in my own ideas and their implementation – this is just a small part of all that I acquired when I became a peer mentor. During participation at the selection I did not expect to find so many new friends and blend into the group of this year's first-year students so easily. I am glad that, although I am only in the second year of my studies, I see familiar faces every time I come to the faculty. Knowledge about KTU social and economic activities that I have acquired during mentorship and acquaintance with new students allow me to feel brave and secure. “

Peer mentor

"I can bravely state that mentorship is a responsible, interesting and useful activity. Participation in various events and a competition "Most active academic group of KTU freshmen" with first-year students made indelible impression. Of course, it required a lot of effort, enthusiasm and time, but every meeting paid off emotionally. While being a peer mentor I improved my communication, organization and time planning skills. Peer mentorship is not only acquaintance with university's environment, but also a huge obligation to develop group's mutual trust and solidarity. Bringing a strong team together feels incredible!"

Peer mentor

Academic advisor

Colleague and helper for Your studies!

Academic consulting is one of the teaching ways for students, which occurs behind the classroom door. Academic advisor focuses on student's individual needs and objectives. When students clearly realize them, they can study easier and achieve better results; they finish the studies more successfully, and use their time efficiently.

Academic advisor:

  • helps students choose study modules and make their individual study plan;
  • evaluates the need for help with study subjects;
  • opens wider possibilities at the University and outside of it;
  • recommends effective ways for problem solution;
  • helps students participate in scientific or other activity at the University;
  • helps find answers to the student's questions.

List of academic advisors

Students can find a detailed list of academic advisors in the academic information system (AIS).

Do You want to have an academic advisor? 

Students, who want to have academic advisors, can choose them in their academic information system (AIS). A list of academic advisors with detailed information are available in the section of Mentorship programme of AIS according to the fields of study.

How does it work?

  • After choosing an academic advisor in the System, a student has a chance to revoke his/her choice during 24 hours. Otherwise, he/she has to apply to the organizers of Mentorship programme.
  • Student, who has chosen an academic advisor in the System, will be informed regarding the student's choice by a system's letter and will receive a request to confirm/reject his/her choice.
  • If the academic advisor confirms/rejects the student's choice, the student is notified by email sent by the university email address.
  • When a choice of the student's academic advisor is confirmed, the student must meet with his/her academic advisor at least once per semester. For achievement of better results, it is recommended to have more frequent meetings, when needed.

"I chose an academic advisor, because I wanted to get more knowledge about the university and possibilities provided by it. In my opinion, having such a mentor provides many advantages. Firstly, you have a strong support, because you know who to address when you have questions. Also, you have a chance to know the person who has more experience than you do and can share it, give advice and that is a way of personal development. In general, it is a person, who helps; it is always nice to see him/her and have a pleasant conversation over a coffee. I like to say that my academic advisor is like my "university mom". She helped me understand where I could find self-realization in the future, and that is one of my main objectives at the moment. Besides, she always provides me with the most updated information about various projects and she helped me understand that I would like to help students who have problems with studies, therefore she directed me to the right place, where I apply my knowledge for teaching of other students. I would strongly encourage other students to choose academic advisor, because I think that many people are familiar with the feeling of having many questions and not knowing who to address, or maybe you feel that you would like to blend into the university life more, but you do not know how. That is when a mentor can help you. She certainly helped me!"


"The advantages of having an academic advisor are obvious – it is a person at the faculty, who is interested in you and your welfare. I would recommend having an academic advisor to everyone, because it is really useful to have a person at the faculty that you can address with all questions!"


"Recently I'm quite a successful student of two study programmes, but I terminated my studies in the past, because I had many academic difficulties, I was at a loss. When I look back, I think that if I dared to speak openly to the member of the academic personnel, I would have solved my problems and did not have to terminate my studies. When I received a letter about Mentorship programme and a possibility to choose academic mentors, I had absolutely no doubt that I had to participate. Although, when I need to, I am not afraid to address any person at the university, it still feels good to know that I have my personal advisor.I think that having an academic advisor is useful to every student. If a student has academic difficulties, his/her advisor will help to overcome them and go in the right direction. For an advanced student advisor can help set higher objectives and encourage to achieve even better results. For every student advisor will be a colleague to have a friendly conversation about studies and share a valuable experience over a coffee."   



Career mentor

An example of a successful career

Career mentor is a person who has professional experience and can provide consultations on the issues of career planning and personal development. Career mentors, who participate in the Mentorship programme, have degrees in diverse study programmes and career building experience in various professional activities.

This mentor:

  • helps students pay attention to the points that are important for career and studies;
  • encourages setting of the objectives of personal career and their implementation;
  • teaches and gives advice on the issues of communication and cooperation skills;
  • advices on the things that should be addressed during studies;
  • motivates to achieve good results;
  • helps students make a personal development plan and advices on its implementation;
  • helps develop leadership capacities.

Do You want to have a career mentor?

At the beginning of the autumn semester students, who want to have a career mentor, apply by filling an e-questionnaire in the academic information system (AIS) with available list of career mentors. Participating in the selection provides a possibility to choose a few career mentors by priorities.

What do You have to do?

  • Consider why You need a career mentor; set Your objectives and priorities.
  • When selection begins (10-25 of September) chose mentors in the order of priorities, based on Your set objectives (up to 3 mentors), from the System.
  • Do not forget to write a motivation letter in the questionnaire, which would indicate a clear motivation for participation in this programme and why exactly one of the chosen mentors can be assigned to You.

How does it work?

  • During the first selection the data from the student's questionnaire is considered: motivation letter, student's objectives for participation in this programme.
  • The second selection (5-9 of October) consists of interviews with the commission for career mentor selection and the students who passed the first stage of selection. During those interviews, student's motivation, a need for a career mentor and criteria given by the mentor are key considerations.
  • Students are notified about their assigned mentors until 20 of October.
  • A student, who has been assigned a mentor, has to contact him/her regarding the first meeting during 10 days. The student must record a meeting date in the System.

Students, who have offers regarding possible career mentors, are recommended to apply to the organizers of Mentorship programme.

"When I got a career mentor, my motivation increased and I was happy that they chose me. The major benefit – a mentor renders his knowledge and experience to me, teaches specifics of business, gives advice in certain situations, helps build a perception of the objective, that is why I really recommend a participation in this programme for people who want to get as much benefit from life as possible. Mentor will answer your questions, will encourage your personal development and performance of the activity that you had no courage to perform earlier, and most important, will share his/her experience and advice so facilitate the student's life."


"When I found out that I got a career mentor, I had mixed feelings. At first I was sad, because I did not get any of the mentors that I chose, but later I felt surprised and happy, because coordinator of the career mentors offered me a different mentor at her discretion and I am grateful that I was not left without a mentor. Besides, it was quite a challenge and a good experience of writing a motivation letter and participation in the selection interview. Advantages and benefit depends on your own attempts of cooperation with your mentor. Of course, it also largely depends on the mentor's areas of interest, skills, hobbies, etc., that is why it is important to choose a suitable mentor. We have individual and group sessions with mentor. So far, we have been trying to set the right objectives during individual sessions. Also, I try to acquire knowledge from my mentor on self-disposition for achievement of objectives, communication with people, other ways to achieve good results in education. His experience and stories of success help me see university life in a different way and encourage my personal development. Furthermore, a mentor enables to expand my circle of acquaintances. Although, he is not directly related to the field of my future work, but, at my request, he promised to organize a meeting with a manager who works in that environment.  During group sessions we focus more on better understanding of ourselves: we perform various psychological exercises that reveal our personal qualities, increase self-confidence and motivation not to stop and to move on. I would surely recommend participation in the Mentorship programme. It is a great possibility for a versatile personal development. Career mentor is not responsible for a job search, he directs towards the right path and gives many good lifelike advices how to get and discover what you want from life. It is relevant to note that cooperation with a career mentor can be as often as you want or need. Therefore you should not be afraid to try. If you do not like your mentor, you can always try and change something, address to KTU Students Information Centre. People who work there are both willing to help and able to solve all the problems. It is important to have enough resolution and willingness to acknowledge.”


"I decided to participate in the programme of career mentors in spring, when I noticed that the list contains one mentor that I wanted to choose very much. But it was too late. I was one day late and I could not send my application. So, I have been looking forward to a new school year, when a new selection for the mentorship programme begins. As soon as it was announced, I filled my application and sent it. Waiting seemed an eternity, but I was lucky and I received an email with an invitation to come to an interview. I was enormously nervous before the interview, but I knew what I wanted and why I went to this programme. For me, my chosen mentor was an example, an authority, a source of inspiration and many other things that encourage to achieve your objectives and not to give up. Thus, when I found out that she would be my mentor, I was very happy and quickly announced it to people who were close to me, supported me and encouraged to participate in this programme. Also, on the same day I contacted my mentor and could not believe how friendly, caring and understanding she was. During our first meeting I told her all my ideas. She patiently listened to me and said: "We will do it, do not worry, I will help you and it will be successful. I believe in you." Since that meeting I was constantly writing to her regarding various questions and asked for her advice, and she helped me as much as she could. I think this mentor was a guarantee of my success, when I was accepted to the event Design Days'14 and gave an excellent performance. To everybody who wants their dreams to come true, have an endless wish to improve, to learn something new and interesting, I recommend participation in this programme; not only it can come true, but you may also discover something you have not expected: a friend, new acquaintances, and maybe you will find out something new about yourself." 


"When I found out that I was chosen for the Mentorship programme and the career mentor chosen by me, I acquired more self-confidence, because it was very nice to be chosen of a number of the willing students. At the beginning I thought that it would be a deeper knowledge of the subject of the lecture that I was interested in, in a small group of listeners. However, when I saw that I would have personal communication and meetings with my career mentor, it gave me motivation and made me intensify me efforts. Having a career mentor can provide you with a practical introduction to the profession that interests you. During communication with a person who shows you internal introduction of his/her work, observing his/her schedule and level of occupation, you can understand if the subject of your studies really interests you and if you really want to have more or less similar work. Therefore, the major benefit of this programme is verification if you are going in the right direction.Not only do I recommend, but I also encourage to choose a career mentor. It is a unique possibility to be close to the person, who is so busy, but at the same time he/she can devote his/her precious time to you, to hear their success story, which motivates and encourages to create your own." 



    Research mentor

    Reveal a talent of the scientist, have Your personal helper!

    Our whole life we are accompanied by curiosity and wish to know more, to prove, to discover. However, it is most characteristic to those, who have a mind of the scientist. Such students are invited not to hesitate and during their studies pursue their interest in scientific research and contribute to creation of innovations and inventions. Research mentor is a member of the academic personnel who has experience in scientific field (scientist or researcher). He/she can provide consultations on the issues of scientific activity or help start working in the field of scientific research. Also, research mentor teaches to think objectively, to raise questions, to plan and conduct research and analyse received data, because research performed by the students is the basis for university studies and a practical adaptation of their knowledge.

    Research mentor will help You:

    • begin the activity of scientific research;
    • participate in the conferences;
    • write scientific publications;
    • get acquainted with University's laboratories, possibilities and prospects of the scientist's career.

    Do You want to have a research mentor?

    Students can find a detailed list of research mentors with identified fields of research in their academic information system (AIS), in the section of Mentorship programme.

    What do You have to do?

    • Consider the area in which You would like to perform research.
    • Choose a mentor, who corresponds to the requested field of research, from the list of mentors in the System.
    • Contact this research mentor and discuss if he/she agrees to be Your mentor.
    • If You hesitate – address the academic advisor, Students Education Centre, Students Information Centre.
    • If a research mentor agrees to mentor You, You have to notify Career and Education Centre (email, tel.: 8 610 22 405), a research mentor would be assigned for You in its System.

    Meet the mentor that You chose and conduct research!



    Your choice while solving the issues of difficult modules and improving of Your knowledge!

    Tutor is a lecturer or a volunteer student, who helps deepen Your knowledge in a certain area (mathematics, informatics, physics, chemistry, etc.). They can also help improve academic skills (preparation of papers, preparation and delivering of presentations, data analysis, etc.).

    Tutor provides consultations on the chosen study subject in individual meetings or in small groups. Timetable of consultations for a current semester is made in the end of September and February and announced in academic information system (AIS), in the section of Mentorship programme. Students can choose a suitable time and attend consultations of any tutor who provides them.

    How does it work?

    We invite those students, who have difficulties while studying other subjects that are not included in the list, to apply to Career and Education Centre. Send Your offers by email We will try to find a consultant, to help or at least to give an advice.

    Do You want to join the team of tutors or use their consultations? 

    • Consultations by tutors are provided at Career and Education Centre from the third week of the semester till the beginning of the session.
    • A list of the subjects taught by the tutors and schedule of their sessions are available in academic information system (AIS), in the section of Mentorship programme.  
    • You can choose the most suitable time for sessions and attend consultations of any tutor.

    If You feel that the module You have studied has not been difficult for You, You can and want to help others, You are welcome to join the team of tutors (apply to Career and Education Centre).



    Student's possibilities in the Mentorship programme

    Do You want to be a peer mentor?

    The students of all study cycles, of all courses (except first year of the first study cycle) can be peer mentors. A registration of peer mentors takes place on 1 – 31 of May, each year.

    What do You have to do?

    • Have no academic debts.
    • Decide that You want and can devote Your free time to the first-year students.
    • When selection begins, fill a peer mentors' registration questionnaire, which is available in academic information system (AIS).
    • Actively participate in the training for peer mentors and other meetings of the mentors.
    • Perform the functions of peer mentor well.

    Do You want to have an academic advisor? 

    Students, who want to have academic advisors, can choose them in their academic information system (AIS). A list of academic advisors with detailed information are available in the section of Mentorship programme of AIS according to the fields of study.

    How does it work?

    • After choosing an academic advisor in the System, a student has a chance to revoke his/her choice during 24 hours. Otherwise, he/she has to apply to the organizers of Mentorship programme.
    • Student, who has chosen an academic advisor in the System, will be informed regarding the student's choice by a system's letter and will receive a request to confirm/reject his/her choice.
    • If the academic advisor confirms/rejects the student's choice, the student is notified by email sent by the university email address.
    • When a choice of the student's academic advisor is confirmed, the student must meet with his/her academic advisor at least once per semester. For achievement of better results, it is recommended to have more frequent meetings, when needed.

    Do You want to have a career mentor?

    At the beginning of the autumn semester students, who want to have a career mentor,   apply by filling an e-questionnaire in the academic information system (AIS) with available list of career mentors. Participating in the selection provides a possibility to choose a few career mentors by priorities.

    What do You have to do?

    • Consider why You need a career mentor; set Your objectives and priorities.
    • When selection begins (10-25 of September) chose mentors in the order of priorities, based on Your set objectives (up to 3 mentors), from the System.
    • Do not forget to write a motivation letter in the questionnaire, which would indicate a clear motivation for participation in this programme and why exactly one of the chosen mentors can be assigned to You.

    How does it work?

    • During the first selection the data from the student's questionnaire is considered: motivation letter, student's objectives for participation in this programme.
    • The second selection (5-9 of October) consists of interviews with the commission for career mentor selection and the students who passed the first stage of selection. During those interviews, student's motivation, a need for a career mentor and criteria given by the mentor are key considerations.
    • Students are notified about their assigned mentors until 20 of October.
    • A student, who has been assigned a mentor, has to contact him/her regarding the first meeting during 10 days. The student must record a meeting date in the System.

    Students, who have offers regarding possible career mentors, are recommended to apply to the organizers of Mentorship programme.

    Do You want to join the team of tutors or use their consultations? 

    • Consultations by tutors are provided at Students Education Centre from the third week of the semester till the beginning of the session.
    • A list of the subjects taught by the tutors and schedule of their sessions are available in academic information system (AIS), in the section of Mentorship programme.  
    • You can choose the most suitable time for sessions and attend consultations of any tutor.

    If You feel that the module You have studied has not been difficult for You, You can and want to help others, You are welcome to join the team of tutors (apply to Students Education Centre).

    Do You want to have a research mentor?

    A list of research mentors with detailed information and fields of research is available in academic information system (AIS).

    What do You have to do?

    • Consider the area in which You would like to perform research.
    • Choose a mentor, who corresponds to the requested field of research, from the list of mentors in the System.
    • Contact this research mentor and discuss if he/she agrees to be Your mentor.
    • If You hesitate – address the academic advisor, Students Education Centre, Students Information Centre.
    • If a research mentor agrees to mentor You, You have to notify Students Education Centre (email, tel.: 8 610 22 405), a research mentor would be assigned for You in its System.
    • Meet the mentor that You chose and conduct research!


    Lina Slavickaitė Head of Career and Education Center 8 (670) 10183
    Greta Stupelytė Manager of the Mentorship Programme 8 (603) 71 410






    Student dormitories

    Our dormitories are not only modern and attractive, they are also great places to work, relax, socialise and meet new friends. Within the dormitories you will find a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and a real community spirit.

    In total KTU has 12 dormitories where all undergraduate, Master‘s and PhD students, as well as University guests and staff may be accommodated. From 2013, dormitory No. 5 is announced an International Residence. However, international students also live in dormitories No. 2, No. 7, No. 8 (new) and others.

    All the rooms (single or double) are equipped with all the necessary furniture for life and studies: a bed, a chair, a desk and a wardrobe. For international students bedding is provided. There is a kitchen with a cooker, a hob, fridge freezer and meal preparing area. All the residents of the dormitories have the Internet access. Also, free laundry and drying facilities are available on the site.

    The monthly rent prices at the student dormitories are fixed.

    All information about University dormitories can be found in KTU dormitories webpage.

    KTU Dormotory Group: 


    Dormitory No. 10,

    Gričiupio St. 13, Kaunas

    +370 696 73277 


    I - IV 8:00 – 17:00

    V 8:00 – 15:45

    Lunch break 12:00 – 12:45


    Career center

    Mission of KTU Career Centre – to help students and graduates find their favourite activity, plan long-term life and career achievements, and facilitate their successful integration in labour market.


    We provide professional career consultations, training for career education, workshops, services of career assessment, distribute announcements of job positions and placements at the companies, curate the programme of international traineeship "Partners 4 Value", IAESTE traineeship programme for the following groups:

    • students of all study cycles;
    • foreign students;
    • disabled students;
    • students, who have children;
    • graduates, alumni (2 years after graduation).

    Why is it worth to visit Career Centre?

    You will surely find it useful:

    • To analyse your abilities and hobbies, possibilities and skills that you can improve during your studies.
    • To find out which four of your best qualities can seem attractive to the employer and to plan their development and improvement until you graduate from your studies.
    • To look through current brochure of job prospects.
    • To get acquainted with Career Centre website and other websites related to job search and offers.
    • To talk to your fellow students, graduates, consultants of Career Centre and probable job positions in the future.
    • To collect information about academic programmes, exchange and summer programmes, offered or recommended by Career Centre.
    • To accept the offered help with willingness (preparing your curriculum vitae, etc.).

    If you have questions, contact us by email

    We aim to help students and graduates to manage their career efficiently.


    Individual and group consultations on career planning.

    The aim of career consultations is to find out the student’s needs during his/her career planning. During consultations students can get information about the processes of career planning, decisive factors and obstacles of career choice. They can talk about marketable, unpopular and rare professions, discuss personal dispositions and abilities, required for a certain working activity.

    Successful integration in labour market, discovery of favourite activity and planning of long-term life achievements are important to every student, therefore we invite you to come to Career centre alone and bring your friend or colleague and discuss your goals, objectives and needs.

    In consultations the student:

    • finds out who he/she is, his/her abilities, what distinguishes him/her from others;
    • starts a step-by-step planning of his/her career;
    • learns to manage stress and plan time;
    • prepares his/her career portfolio: writes CV and motivation letter;
    • creates a strategy for placement, traineeship and job search;
    • prepares for a job interview.

    Consultations are provided by:

    Eglė Klepackienė -

    Register for consultation by email



    Career Centre represents association IAESTE (The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience).

    IAESTE – international non-profit association, executing placement exchange programme for the students of technical universities with 86 world countries as permanent participants and more than 6000 companies around the world.

    Consultations are provided by

    PARTNERS 4 VALUE                 

    United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

    In 2014 University participates in traineeship programme "Partners 4 Value", regularly received international traineeship offers for the University's students of various study cycles and programmes in the networks of more than 100 international partners, including governmental organizations (UN, UNICEF, NATO, and OSCE).


    • Scholarship of 400–600 euro per month, depending on the country of destination.


    • 2–3 months (depending on organization and student's status).

    Who can apply?

    • students of 3 and 4 year of Bachelor studies and 1 and 2 year of Master studies can submit documents;
    • good academic results are important (without debts);
    • very good knowledge of English language and, if required, another EU language;
    • strong motivation for professional development;
    • focus on achievements and results;
    • enthusiasm, willingness to learn and improve, wish to create added value for organization.

    Documents that must be completed (depending on specific requirements of the offer):

    • application (only required, when you agree on the place of placement);
    • curriculum vitae (CV) in English;
    • motivation letter in English (addressed to host organization);
    • extract of academic results in English (if indicated in the offer).

    Documents should be submitted by email 

    Placement offers

    We believe that getting to know ourselves better gives us more courage in choosing our career.


    The Lithuanian health system is organized around the family doctor (Family Clinics). When you have a medical problem, the family doctor is the first to contact, except in cases of the emergency. If you need to consult with a certain specialist, first you have to go to the family doctor to get a referral. Medication prescribed by a doctor can be bought at the nearest pharmacy (LT – “Vaistinė”). The purchase of some medicine requires a doctor’s prescription.

    There are many Primary Health Care Institutions (larger than Family Clinics) in Kaunas belonging to the Lithuanian National Health System. They have not only family doctors but also various specialists working there, and you can have more health examinations at the same place.

    Our recommendation

    InMedica Clinic (Savanorių pr. 169) provides medical health care services to foreign students in English and Russian languages. 


    To make an appointment you should call by phone +370 37 202882 and ask for receptionist Akvilė (she speaks English). Please mention that you are KTU student while making the appointment. Do not forget your identification document and health insurance (private one or European Health Insurance Card), when going to the clinic.

    • If you need a family doctor service, you should get appointment with family doctor K. Borkienė (speaks English, Russian) .
    • If you need help of psychologist or psychiatrist please get appointment with psychiatrists D. Gudienė (speaks English, Russian).

    Doctors will provide required help and if needed will direct you to medical specialists for further help and treatment. InMedica Clinic provides not only the family doctor’s service but also has various specialists working there, and you can have more health examinations at the same place: gynecologist, otolaryngologist, endocrinologist, dentist, echoscope, cardiologist and others.     

    Medical services for foreign students are paid. However, holders of European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) are entitled to necessary medical care services free of charge. Holders of Private Health insurance have to pay for the services by themselves. Do not forget to collect all receipts, prescriptions etc. and give it to yours private insurance company, which will reimburse the expenses according to the conditions of your health insurance policy. Therefore, please read the conditions of your health insurance carefully in advance.

    InMedica provides discounts for KTU students:

    • 10% discount on dental services;
    • 5% discount on other tests.

    Tel.: +370 37 202882


    Health Insurance

    All international students must have medical insurance valid in Lithuania for the study period (can be renewed every year). The insurance can be obtained in the student’s home country or from a Lithuanian insurance company upon arrival.

    Health insurance for EU citizens

    Students from EU countries are not required to have any special health insurance. European health insurance card or form E111 confirming that a student has EU health insurance is valid in Lithuania.

    Health insurance for non-EU citizens

    Students from non-EU countries may obtain their health insurance either in their home country or in Lithuania.

    If you come to Lithuania without visa, make the health insurance for 3 months and then extend it when you apply for visa or Temporary residence permit (TRP).

    If you came holding national visa D, it means you should have health insurance for the period of visa. When you get TRP, it is more convenient to obtain health insurance in Lithuania.

    Health insurance costs about 50 EUR (unconditional deductible* – about 90 EUR) or about 140 EUR (unconditional deductible* – 0 EUR) per year if you purchase it in Lithuania.

    Unconditional deductible – the amount that will be deducted from the amount of loss/expenses in case of every insured event. Deductible can be indicated either in EUR or as a percentage of the insurance amount. Usually the amount of deductible is not subtracted from the total insurance amount.

    For example, the insurance amount is 5792,4 EUR, deductible is 90 EUR. In case of insured event the insurance company will cover expenses above 90 EUR and below 5792,4 EUR. Thus if the expenses of insured event are 250 EUR, 90 EUR will be deduction that you have to cover by your own while the remaining expenses of 160 EUR will be covered by the insurance company. Please ask about all conditions of your insurance before paying for it.

    Psychological assistance

    Student Information centre offers individual psychological consultations for international students of Kaunas University of Technology. Our professionals can help you solve learning problems, personal, emotional and daily life difficulties.

    In our centre we are counselling students who face various difficulties:

    • academic difficulties;
    • family problems;
    • problems in relationships;
    • sleep difficulties, insomnia;
    • stress;
    • depression;
    • anxiety;
    • loneliness;
    • suicidal feelings.

    We are located at Studentų str.50–123
    Contact telephone: +370 37 30 07 43

    Catering establishments 

    University has institutions providing catering services, which target customers are students and academic community.

    The following canteens are established at the campus:

    1.      Canteen of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Design – Studentų str. 56.

    2.      Canteen of Electronics chamber – Studentų str. 50.

    3.      Canteen of Civil Engineering chamber – Studentų str. 48.

    4.      Canteen of Faculty of Chemical Technology – Radvilėnų rd. 19.


    KTU has an unified registration system. Once the new user registers, the login name and the password are valid for the following services provided by the KTU computer network:

    Academic Information System (AIS)

    • E-mail
    • Computerised workstations in the University classrooms or libraries
    • Photocopy machines in the University libraries
    • Wireless internet (Wi-Fi) zones in the University area
    • Virtual Private Network (VPN) and other e-learning environment (ViPS)
    • Moodle e-learning environment (

    New user registration

    Enter your name, surname and ID (according to KTU database, ID consists of date of birth and several other numbers and looks something like 38909259994. You will be provided by yours on the Welcome week).

    After you provide the information needed for the registration, the system will create your login name and your e-mail address. In further steps you will also be able to change a password. The new login name and password will be necessary for all your study period in KTU libraries, computer classes or buildings with Wi-Fi and for the access of academic information on AIS and lectures‘ materials on Moodle.

    Academic Information System

    KTU has an unified registration system. Once the new user registers, the login name and the password are valid for the following services provided by the KTU computer network:

    All the information about your study process can be found in KTU Academic Information System (AIS). In order to access AIS, go to → MY KTU → Academic IS → login with the new login name and password, which were created during the registration to KTU network system.

    In KTU AIS, you will find a study plan of a current semester, the schedule of your lectures, notifications about your payments or outstanding debts as well as your status with the library, faculty, and dormitory. Important announcements and open surveys, application for mentors will be published in AIS as well.

    Click on Individual Plan and you will access the information about each year Study Plans. Moreover, you will be able to order a student status certificate from the University.

    Moodle e-learning enviroment

    In order to access your lecture materials, you need to login to e-learning environment Moodle

    Here teachers are publishing information about courses as well as lectures’ materials according to the topics and important notifications or announcements.

    Have questions?

    Websites and contacts for inquiries are provided:

    • When working in the University computer labs, contact the lab IT administrators
    • Regarding e-mail, VPN, KTU wireless network issues, contact IT administrators

    Student Card

    Lithuanian Student Identity Card – Lietuvos studento pažymėjimas (LSP) is the main document that proves your Student status in Lithuania. With this document you will have the right to use libraries and other equipment of KTU, and also to take your exams. The Student Identity Card will provide you with discounts for public transport, discounts for Internet access, copying and other facilities. It’s your document for studies and leisure time. You get up to 80% discount for public transport and 50% discount for intercity transport with LSIC.

    LSIC is produced for the whole period of your studies at KTU. It’s your document for studies and leisure time and provides the most incredible offers. The offers, discounts are updated regularly, check on

    In order to save your time and maybe avoid some misunderstandings, the mentors will help you to order your LSIC – contact them for details.

    To order LSIC you will need

    • a computer;
    • internet access;
    • scanned passport type photo (coloured with white background);
    • e-mail address (do not use,, or similar).

    How to order LSIC?

    1 step. Go to

    2 step. Click on “Sign up” (to register in the system).

    3 step. Enter requested information very carefully and follow the directions (if you enter wrong information your LSP won’t be produced or it will take more time). Enter your birth date without any dots, spaces, etc. For example, if your birthday is on 25th of September, 1989, enter: 19890925 (year, month and day).

    4 step. Connect to the system  when you receive your login information in your email box. Enter Username and Password to log in.

    5 step. Check your status in the section “LSP form assigned department”: you may find information whether your data has been confirmed and approved. If you find that “LSP form was accepted” then go to the 6th step of the procedure. If your data are pending, connect in a couple of days again.

    6 step. Click on “Print LSP form” and choose the branch of “Swedbank” where you'll bring your LSP form. Indicate the day and the time to bring your LSP form to the “Swedbank”. Print your LSP form (2 copies) and the bank receipt. Fill in the form; stick your recent photo on it (your photo should be the same as in any other official documents) and go to the bank.

    7 step. On the selected time go to the “Swedbank” office that you have indicated, pay for LSP and bring your LSP form.

    8 step. LSP is produced by the bank. When your LSP is completed it will be delivered to “Swedbank” and you will get a message to your e-mail address. Now you can go to the same office and get your LSP. During the waiting time you may check on the status of your LSP production.

    If you need a confirmation that you are a student of KTU, go to your faculty and ask to issue a Student status confirmation document.

    How to extend LSP?

    LSP is extended very easily. Go to and click on “LSP extention”. You must follow the instructions and complete similar procedure like ordering the LSP. When you get the confirmation about your confirmed status, you have to print two copies of the application form and the bank reciept. Your LSP will be extended on the same day in your chosen branch of "Swedbank".

    If you have lost / ruined LSP

    Please contact with KTU Student representative (K. Donelaičio St. 73, Kaunas or by phone +370 37 300 858) and students who work there will explain you what to do. LSP coordinator at KTU: 


    The price of a new LSP is 2,90 EUR + bank taxes. So it would be 11,60 EUR for undergraduate degree students (duration of 4 years), 5,80 EUR for Master's degree students (duration of 2 years) and 2,90 EUR for exchange students.


    The production of LSP from registration to picking it from the bank may take 3 weeks.
    If you need a confirmation that you are a student of KTU, go to your faculty and ask to issue a Student status confirming document. This document is valid for public transport in Kaunas so you can have the student discounts.


    Students wih special needs

    Basic information

    Kaunas University of Technology goal is to enable each student with a disability. Faculties of study centers students can get help and information about financial support, accommodation in dormitories, faculty buildings accessible.

    Most of the university buildings are completely or partially suited for people with reduced mobility. KTU sports center held special classes for students with disabilities

    KTU Student Affairs Department
    Student Information Centre
    Studnetų st. 50–167
    tel. 8 (37) 300 080

    KTU Student Union 
    Social Affairs,Coordinator
    tel. 8 (37) 300 857


    Two KTU dormitories are adapted for students with reduced mobility:

    1. 02 (Studentų st. 67)
    2. 04 (Studentų st. 71)
    Students with disabilities get a priority to get a place and also their dormitory price can be reduced.


    Students with disabilities could do cardio, fitness and body building in University gym (A. Purėno st. 18, Kaunas) for their leisure time.

    Equipment and building accessibility

    KTU is participating in implementing the project „Enhancing study access for students with disabilities“ which is financed by  the EU structural funds. Thanks to this project the University purchased assets which will ease the study process for:

    • students with motor disabilities: specialized computer mouse;
    • partially sighted students: computer keyboard with large symbols, conversion software with Lithuanian language synthesiser;
    • students with hearing disabilities: digital internal communications system – receiver and transmitter.



    Students of the university can rest at KTU recreation centres at the Baltic sea, at Kaunas Reservoir and the most beautiful lakes of Lithuania. And if they have no idea what to do on their free time, University offers to spend their free time together! Join art societiessport teams or students organizations.



    Spaces for learning and leisure 

    University's spaces for learning
    • Students who want to use a space for learning, have to make a room reservation by registering at the faculty's warden and leaving their Lithuanian student's identity card.
    • Spaces for learning are open for students until the closing of faculties (10:00 p.m.). Students can use spaces for study on weekends with Dean's permission.
    • Students, who want to use laboratories, have to register in advance at the indicated persons; their contact information is provided in information stands and at the faculty's warden.
    Open access to laboratories at the faculties
    • Students can use laboratories with pre-registration at the indicated person.
    • Laboratories are open 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., except computer class and laboratory of general physics, which are open only on indicated time.
    Spaces for leisure 
    • Taking into consideration students' requests for more spaces for leisure at the faculties, there are 33 spaces for leisure since 2014. All spaces for leisure have Wi-Fi.​

    University's spaces for learning:

    Spaces for learning in various buildings

    Number of spaces
    for learning

    Space for learning No.

    Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture
    (Studentų str. 48)


    201, 311

    Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
    (Studentų str. 50)


    224, 519, 515, 234, 250

    Faculty of Economics and Business
    (K. Donelaičio str. 20)


    328, 203, 204

    Open access to laboratories at the faculties:

    Laboratories, that are open to students after the lectures, in various buildings

    Number of laboratories

    Addresses, reservation and contacts

    Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture


    More information

    Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering


    More information

    Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences


    More information

    Spaces for leisure:

    Spaces for leisure in various buildings

    Number of spaces for leisure

    Chamber IV (Radvilėnų rd. 19)


    Chamber IX (Studentų str. 48)


    Chamber XI (Studentų str. 50)


    Chamber II (K. Donelaičio str. 20)


    Chamber I  (A. Mickevičiaus str. 20)


    Chamber I (Nemuno str. 33, Panevėžys)


    Students leisure centre (Studentų str. 69)


    Exhibitions of students' works of art

    Spaces for leisure established at various faculties can be used not only for the rest between the lectures, there you can also enjoy various exhibitions of students' works or even organize an exhibition of your own works.


    Students’ leisure group

    KTU Students leisure group is responsible for infrastructure and financial support of the University's students organizations. All the questions regarding leisure at the University can be addressed to:

    Students Leisure Planning Group 
    Senior Coordinator – Ovidijus Gudaitis
    Donelaičio str. 73–113
    tel. 8 (37) 300 743


    Students' leisure centre

    In September 2009 students initiated the opening of the first Student Leisure Centre (SLC) in Lithuania at Kaunas University of Technology; here students can comfortably and meaningfully spend their free time in-between and after their lectures. Here they can study as well as have rest, communicate with their friends, play, have a cup of tea, read the latest newspapers, engage in other fun and interesting activities.

    Students’ leisure centre is established in the basement of the dormitory No. 3 at KTU campus (Stundentų str. 69, Kaunas). There are four rooms for studies, rest and leisure, as well as division of the department of Lithuanian Student's Certificate (LSC).

    During a few years SLC has become a popular and cosy place for meetings of the University's students, as well as a symbol of student lifestyle.


    Sport centre

    KTU Sport centre is contemporary, open for a positive changes, it promotes the values of physical activity and sport, represents University by high achievements in sports and is focused on a wide range of forms of various physical activity that is offered to academic society, as well as availability of a modern sport halls and services provided by qualified trainers and coaches to KTU students, secondary-schools students, employees and members of alumni association.

    Join KTU sports activities!


    KTU resorts

    Employees of the University, members of Emeritus club and Alumni association are provided with a possibility of having a vacation at KTU resort "Politechnika" with a  45% discount. KTU resorts are located in Palanga ("Politechnika"), Lazdijai district ("Šlavantėlis"), Preila ("Preila") and Kapitoniškės (Kaišiadorys district).


    KTU resort "Politechnika" is located in Palanga, in a cosy, well-maintained environment, close to one of the most beautiful parks in Lithuania – Palanga Botanical Park. Distance to the sea – about 1 km (10 min walk).

    There are buildings of various levels at "Politechnika" resort: new villa, masonry villa, wooden villa and students’ villa. New villa is available throughout the year, while other villas – only in summer. Holidaymakers are offered various class rooms for two, three or four persons. 250 persons can stay at this resort at the same time.

    Reception works 24 hours a day.

    Administration working hours
    I–IV 8.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.
    V 8.00 a.m. – 3.45 p.m.

    KTU resort "Politechnika"
    S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno g. 37, Palanga

    tel. 8 (460) 53 558
    cell 8 (687) 90 026, 8 (611) 13 581


    KTU resort "Šlavantėlis" is established in the place of unique natural beauty by a scenic Šlavantėlis lake (Veisiejai regional park, near Lazdijai). There are two houses (for 18 and 20 persons), kitchen, WC, warm water, refrigerators and full sets of dishes in every room of this resort. We also provide bedclothes, you just have to bring covers for your bedclothes.

    Service centre
    Lina Žižytė
    K. Donelaičio g. 73, room 310
    tel. 8 (37) 300 681
    cell 8 (618) 85 659

    Šlavantėlis Administrator – Virginija Margelevičienė
    cell 8 (626) 97 342


    Recreation centre is located on the bank of Curonian Lagoon, in Preila village. Here both children and adults will find great possibilities for their leisure.

    The fans of fishing can use their fishing-lines on the bank, on the pier or from the boat. Those, who like active leisure, can easily reach Nida (10 km) and Pervalka (6 km) by cycling routes. Swings for the children are by the house.

    Hiking to the sea in the forest through the dune you can feel serenity of the nature, find forest berries and mushrooms. From the top of the dune you can see the Baltic sea and Curonian Lagoon.

    Holidaymakers are offered the rooms for two, three or four persons. Rooms for four persons have refrigerators, holidaymakers who are staying at other rooms can use refrigerators in the common kitchen. Kitchen with dining room, including television set, shower and WC is in the separate building. We also provide bedclothes, you just have to bring covers for your bedclothes.

    Service centre
    Lina Žižytė
    K. Donelaičio g. 73, room 310
    tel. 8 (37) 300 681
    cell 8 (618) 85 659

    Preila Administrator – Vytautas Antanas Radzišauskas
    cell 8 (616) 45 353


    Art societies


    KTU Cultural Centre

    There are 7 art societies at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU). University's students and employees are invited to spend a meaningful leisure time and improve their skills in dancing, singing, photography, etc. Events of the societies, which leaders are nationally recognized professionals, make a significant contribution to our country's cultural life.

    Every generation of the members of KTU art societies nurture University's traditions by their activities; they convey its cultural values not only to the academic community, but also to the general public in Lithuania and abroad.

    KTU Cultural Centre
    Manager of Group of Art Societies – Jūratė Lukošiūtė
    Laisvės al. 13–111
    tel. 8 (37) 300 082

    Academic choir "Jaunystė"

    "A lot depends on the leader's diligence, talent, opportunities and ambitions. It sets the positive mood of the group. Danguolė Beinarytė, the Leader of KTU academic choir "Jaunystė", is one of the best choir leaders in Lithuania, who has great organizational skills."
    Manager of Lithuanian Folk Culture Centre, Saulius Liausa

    Established in 1926
    Acknowledged as the best Lithuanian adult choir in 2014
    Prize at TV project "Eurovision of Choirs. Lithuanian voices“
    Organizer and winner of the festivals "Juventus"
    79 members


    Participation in choir festivals in Lithuania and abroad
    About 30 performances per year
    Tour in Europe


    Training for overcoming of stage fright
    Development of self confidence
    Skills of communication and team work
    Active leisure time

    Choir Leader and Conductor – Danguolė Beinarytė, choirmaster Eglė Gerasimovaitė
    Laisvės al. 13-503
    tel. 8 (37) 300 082

    Folk art ensemble "Nemunas"

    "Being a part of such society gives a taste to your life. If you stay after the first weeks or months of rehearsals and concerts, you already are a person, who can be an example for others."

    Politician Donatas Jankauskas


    • Established in 1949
    • Awarded the first (highest) category of amateur art societies
    • Includes dance group, choir members, orchestra, music band
    • It is KTU art society, which travels most often
    • 137 members


    • Permanent participant of Lithuanian Song Festivals
    • About 40 performances per year
    • Tours (visited many countries, including USA, Mexico, Canada, Pakistan, Venezuela)


    • Deep knowledge of Lithuanian heritage
    • Active communication between musicians of various generations
    • Friendship for life
    • Organizational work, development of responsibility
    • Meaningful festivals
    • No stage fright

    Art Director – Margarita Tomkevičiūtė, Choir Leader – Roma Paulauskienė, Heads of Orchestra – Raimundas Kukanauskas and Asta Bogdanienė, Head of Music Band – Romualdas Sadzevičius, Choreographer – Vilma Urbonaitė, Choirmaster – Gediminas Micka.
    Laisvės al. 13–111
    tel. 8 (37) 300 082

    Dance studio "MoDance"

    "The basis for communication at our studio is team work, which gives great results."
    Dancer of the studio, Eglė


    • Established in 2005
    • Permanent participants of dance competitions
    • 27 members


    • Performances of modern dance
    • Participation in the festivals "Gaudeamus", RAFES, song festivals
    • Participation in TV projects
    • About 30 performances per year


    • Implementation of creative ideas in creation of new dances
    • Training of stage skills
    • Active training, including acrobatic stunts

    Art Director – Rūta Gasiūnaitė
    Laisvės al. 13–601
    tel. 8 (37) 300 082

    Brass Band "The BrassBees"

    "You blows who you is."
    Louis Armstrong


    • Established in 2016 at the students' initiative.
    • The first performance in 2016 KTU Graduation Ceremony.
    • The band creates its programme
    • Mood, rhythm, energy – the style of this band. Let's blow and create together
    • Drummers and bassists are invited to maintain the rhythm of the wind instruments and particularly expand the possibilities of the programme's performance

    Art Directors – Raimundas Arnašius
    Laisvės al. 13-507
    tel. 8 (37) 300 082

    KTU theatre studio "44"

    "We need art, because a person needs more than just eating, working and sleeping."
    Ridas Žirgulis, Actor of Kaunas National Drama Theatre, Head of KTU Theatre


    • Established in 1948
    • The oldest academic theatre studio in Lithuania, established by famous theatre and TV actor, director Petras Likša
    • Member of International University Theatre Association
    • Winner of international theatre forums
    • Participants of the unique theatre project “Theatre of survival” ("Išgyvenimų teatras")
    • 28 actors


    • One or two premieres each year
    • Original interpretations of classical frameworks of music, literature and theatre
    • More than 20 performances per year is presented to the audience


    • Training for overcoming of stage fright
    • Development of self confidence
    • Training of body language, facial expressions and self-control
    • Development of oratory skills
    • Experience in organization of events
    • Personal growth
    • Informal meetings with famous actors and directors

    Head of Theatre Studio – Loreta Vaskova
    Laisvės al. 13-011
    tel.: 8 (37) 300 082

    KTU-FOTO studio

    "If people spent more time performing meaningful activities, for example, going to the theatre, visiting exhibitions, concerts and educating themselves, there would not be so many painful issues in our society. I love photography and believe in its future. At KTU Photo Studio I am surrounded by different people, with different understanding and needs. My objective – to observe them and try to help, if needed – to point them in right direction."
    Photo artist and Head of KTU Photo Studio, Donatas Stankevičius


    • Established in 1976
    • Members: young photo enthusiasts and professional photographers
    • Provided knowledge of analogue, digital and other kind of photography
    • 33 members


    • Creative workshop: sharing of experience, knowledge, discussions of up-to-date trends in photography and technologies
    • Participation in workshops and en plain air for photo artists, students and city events
    • Participation in various interdisciplinary projects, experience of different art
    • Exhibitions in various events, photo festivals
    • More than 20 events and/or exhibitions per year


    • Development of creativity
    • Personal growth, looking for ideas, which provoke society to liberate from daily routine
    • Meetings with famous photo artists
    • Knowing and development of your strengths
    • Participation in the University's cultural life

    Head of Studio Donatas Stankevičius
    Laisvės al. 13-403, Kaunas
    tel. 8 (37) 300 082

    Music group "AITOR"

    "A group, which has perfect conditions for rehearsals and realization of ideas, which is managed by a professional musician Julius Vilnonis."
    Rapper Medonas


    • Established in 2013
    • Founder – composer and carillon player Julius Vilnonis
    • Inviting students, who play various instruments, sing and create music
    • Open to various streams of music
    • 4 members


    • Playing  of the songs by other performers and creation of original compositions
    • Participation in the University's and city's events
    • About 10 concerts per year


    • Fun rehearsals
    • Possibility to sing solo
    • Development of team working skills
    • Development of creativity in creation of improvisations
    • Possibility to be involved in creation of group and its repertoire
    • Development of musical skills

    Art Director – Julius Vilnonis
    Laisvės al. 13–506
    tel. 8 (37) 300 082


    Student organizations

    AIESEC KTU steering group

    AIESEC is the biggest organization in the world with youth governance! Our main objective is development of young people's leadership and entrepreneurship skills, running organization based on a business model and directly cooperating with business sector for 20 years. AIESEC exists for more than 60 years and at the moment it is active in more than 130 countries of the world.

    What do we offer You?

    Membership of AIESEC organization:

    At AIESEC you can gain or deepen your practical knowledge in areas, such as sales, marketing, team and organization management, finances, human resources.
    Here you will have all possibilities to gain necessary knowledge: national and international conferences, various trainings of businessmen, members of the organization and alumni.
    More information is available here.

    International projects:

    AIESEC provides You with a possibility of traveling to international projects and learning to work in international team, improvement and gaining of new skills, necessary in labour market, getting to know people from many countries of the world and having a positive impact on the youth of Your chosen region by solving relevant problems of the world.
    You can choose a project from more than 130 countries of the world; most often they last for 1,5-3 years.
    More information is available here.

    Apprenticeship abroad according to speciality:

    If You are a senior or a final-year student, you can test yourself in international companies – take part in AIESEC international apprenticeship programme! Here you will get a chance of working at the international rapidly developing companies, learning about the markets and business characteristics in other countries and acquiring work experience which is necessary for a successful performance in Lithuanian labour market.

    International apprenticeships last from 3 months to 1,5 years; during this period a company pays your salary, which is sufficient to cover the main living expenses.
    More information is available here.

    Do You want to become a member?

    New members are selected twice a year – on September and February. Selections to apprenticeships and projects are active all the time.

    If You want to get information about approaching selection or more information about our programmes, emails us at!

    You can find us here:

    K. Donelaičio g. 20-132
    tel. 8 (37) 300 858


    Hikers club "Ąžuolas"

    Do You like to travel? Would You like to know Lithuania and the farthest countries of the world? If You dream of seeing the things You only saw on postcards, come to "Ąžuolas" and begin the adventures of Your life.

    Who are we?

    Members of KTU hikers club "Ąžuolas", who are mad about traveling and adventures! We are united by our passion for hikes and nature. During 50 years "Ąžuolas" raised many generations of travellers, encouraged them to be interested in history and preserve long-lived traditions. Our hikes inspire for life's energy, new ideas and fellow hikers become life-long friends.

    What do we do?

    • We organize touring hikes of various degrees of complexity: weekend hiking tours and bicycle tours in Lithuania, ski tours and canoe tours, as well as mountaineering tours that require a special preparation.
    • We prepare training and competitions for rock climbing, mountain technique and speleology.
    • We participate in the events, organized by the members of Lietuvos keliautojų sąjunga (Union of Lithuanian travellers) (meetings, competitions, turiadas, etc.).
    • We participate in cultural events, local historical and environmental activities, public campaigns.
    • We celebrate traditional festivals: Midsummer Day (Rasos), All Souls' Day (Vėlinės), Christmas, New Year’s Eve. Each year we organize planting of oaks and nurture hikers' traditions.
    • We organize University's events and participate in them.

    Would You like to join?

    We invite all members of KTU academic community, who want to travel, to join the club's activity! We will lend the essential equipment (backpack, sleeping-bag, tent) to those who go hiking for the first time. Everyone interested is welcome to come to our meetings on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. They take place at "Ąžuolas“ premises KTU Faculty of Design and Technologies (Studentų g. 56). Also, we publish relevant information in our website and Facebook profile.

    You can find us here:

    Justina Petrylaitė
    Studentų g. 69-119
    cell 8 (681) 14 946


    KTU fortress "Baltai juoda"

    Young, dynamic and diligent youth organization "Baltai Juoda" ("White and Black"), uniting and providing self-realization for active people, who are responsible and socially responsive, invites to join:

    1. Social campaigns;

    2. Seven different types of volunteer activities;

    3. Unconventional events, promoting citizenship;

    4. Festivals, historical tours;

    5. Other initiatives which change this world from BLACK to WHITE!

    Paulius Klikūnas
    Studentų str. 48, Kaunas
    Tel. 8 (646) 24 235


    BEST Kaunas

    BEST (Board of European Students of Technology) is better than ice cream on a hot summer day or a warm scarf in the middle of winter. BEST gives a chance to the students throughout Europe to travel to foreign countries, cooperate and learn from each other, to implement the most incredible ideas and be sure that their voice is heard and significant. It is non-political, non-profitable organization uniting the students from European technical universities since 1989.

    BEST Kaunas is the only division of BEST in Lithuania; it is one of 98 local groups in Europe. Members of BEST Kaunas are just like YOU, KTU students who have travelled in almost all of Europe, contributed to many events organized by KTU and have done a million of other works to make tomorrow more beautiful. Motto of BEST members – "Think outside the box!" and "If you can dream it – you can do it!".

    What do we offer You?

    • 1–2 weeks classes on subjects of certain field of technological (and not only) science throughout Europe. 20-30 students of different nationalities meet at those classes; they have a mutual objective - gaining knowledge and skills in a friendly company.
    • Classes for leisure – active leisure, improvement of English language, a chance to know other cultures and unforgettable impressions.
    • Possibility to test your practical skills and theoretical knowledge in BEST engineering competition (EBEC - European BEST Engineering Competition). During this competition teams of students solve various tasks submitted by the biggest Lithuanian companies and the winners go to the next stages of competition to defend KTU name at European level.
    • Possibility of development and career advancement – BEST provides a possibility to make relevant connections with biggest and most prestigious foreign and Lithuanian companies, which provides great prospects in job search, practice and apprenticeship.
    • Possibility to express your opinion and share ideas on education and other important issues at the international events.

    Our achievements

    Events, organized by BEST Kaunas:

    1. First stages of 9 international engineering competition and 1 second stage.

    2. 8 academic classes on the subjects of ecology and recycling, advertisement and marketing, music, cooking technologies, production of robots, nanotechnologies and investment.

    3. 4 cultural exchanges on the subjects of learning about cultures, unemployment, healthy lifestyle and active leisure.

    4. 4 orienteering competitions "City Rally: Pažink Kauną KITAIP" in Kaunas city, performing original and fun tasks.

    5. Furthermore, BEST Kaunas organizes other events, such as Christmas gatherings, hitchhiking competitions, trainings for members, weekends for motivation and knowledge transfer, international meetings of local groups and councils of the whole organization, regional meetings.

    You can find us here:

    Evaldas Kazlauskis
    Studentų g. 69-101 (dormitory No. 3)
    cell 8 (653) 57 654


    Debate club

    KTU Debate club was created in the autumn of 2012, now continues its activity and expands interest in debate culture at the University.
    KTU Debate club is an international organization, uniting the students of all faculties, specialities and study cycles, who wish to discuss and defend their opinion on various subjects and like to spend their free time in a meaningful way. Club's activity anticipates regular meetings. Those meetings are used for development of information analysis, rhetoric, argumentation, persuasion, team work and other necessary skills.
    Also club's activities include participation in national and international debate tournaments (we have already participated in: MRU IV, LIMUN Kaunas Open), as well as creation and implementation of projects in cooperation with other organizations.

    What do we offer You?

    Debate is an argument with pre-planned theme in accordance with determined rules. Debates  are run in so-called British Parliamentary format (as the form of debates is based on the example of British Parliament): four teams of two people try to prove that their position on a certain subject is right, based on their experience and personal knowledge. Debates are conducted in English.
    Debates develop ability to present arguments in a suitable and logical manner, to speak publicly; also people learn to gain a versatile approach towards controversial political, social and cultural subjects. Whereas only a rational argument is acceptable in debates, students learn to have an objective approach towards things, their tolerance to opponent point of view is encouraged.
    Participants of debates take the view that "everything is debateable". Therefore, nothing is self-evident, even obvious truths can be disputed, which broadens horizons and promotes critical thinking.

    Do You want to become a member?

    Would You like to join? Do not be shy. Your wish to debate on various subjects is all that is needed. Contact us and try yourself!

    Material for trainings of academic debates

    British Parliamentary Debating (© Lio Kaufman) presentation

    You can find us here:

    Ernestas Radvila
    Studentų g. 69-103
    Facebook group
    Facebook account


    KTU Dormitory Council

    KTU Dormitory Council - it is an organisation, which represents almost 3000 students. It is improving, strong, determined, and especially youthful and stubborn group of students that are doing their best to create cosy, comfortable and quality surroundings for students living in KTU dormitories. Every dormitory has their separate council which is formed of all the heads of every floor (they are selected of all the students living in the dormitory). Formed council selects their president. KTU Dormitory Council is formed by representatives (presidents) of all the dormitories. All in all, council of dormitories deals with the problems, organises events and helps foreign students to integrate into the community of KTU. 

    Simanas Černauskas 
    Tel. 8 (646) 05 523



    ESN KTU is active since September 2009 and has already earned a name of an active section in Lithuania.

    Who are we?

    Our main objective – welfare of foreign students (mentorship programme) and encouragement of KTU Lithuanian students to leave by participation in student exchange programme ERASMUS, therefore we actively cooperate with KTU International Relations Office.

     Members of ESN KTU are former or future students who were not frightened by challenges they faced participating in ERASMUS exchange programme and went to study for a semester or two at the foreign university of their choice. Most often the students return inspired by the spirit of ERASMUS and share their thoughts and ideas how to make leisure time for KTU foreign students even more interesting.

    What do we offer?

    We ensure that ERASMUS and degree students gets integrated into the community of KTU. We make sure that their stay in Lithuania would be extremely memorable and time spent here would be the time of their life. We organise various events for their leisure time (travelling to Palanga, Vilnius, intercultural evenings, sauna nights, game nights, etc.)

    ESN KTU is an active participant of the projects at national and international level, such as Responsible party, PRIME project related to academic problems. ESN Diary and ESN Card projects.

    Žygimantas Benetis
    Studentų g. 69-106
    tel. +370 624 86 607



    ESTIEM Organisation for Students of Industrial Engineering and Management

    ESTIEM (European Students of Industrial Engineering and Management) is an international youth organization uniting European students of industrial engineering and management.

    ESTIEM organization aims to expand and strengthen communication between the students of industrial engineering and management throughout Europe, and also to encourage their professional and personal development. For that purpose, local groups and central authority organize various events.
    Organization is active since 1990. At the moment is consists of 79 local groups from 30 European countries. More than 50 000 students participate in ESTIEM activity and the number is constantly rising.

    We offer students:

    1. Possibilities of cheap travel across Europe
    2. Contacts with international companies (ZEISS, BOSCH, RESUL and others)
    3. Possibilities of practice abroad
    4. Experience of event organization and execution
    5. Versatile personal development by active participation in ESTIEM activities
    6. Possibilities of self-realization participating in ESTIEM at local level, as well as at the organization's central council or organizing international projects.
    7. Acquaintance and friendship with students across Europe

    More information on events and possible activities is available at:

    You can find us here:

    Head Mantas Šimkus
    Studentų g. 69-112, Kaunas
    tel. +370 625 89 064


    Marketing club

    KTU Marketing club is for marketing and advertisement enthusiasts. Doors of this club is for everyone who is full of ideas, who is an extreme enthusiast of marketing and advertising. For everyone who wants to realize their potential. Together we:

    • Deal with real life marketing challenge;
    • Participate in trainings and discussions about marketing;
    • Participate in marketing competitions;
    • ​Do not only theoretical lectures about marketing but also gain skills in graphic designing.

    Challenge yourself – join us! 

    Akvilė Masiulytė and Eglė Vaičiukynaitė


    Studio "Menų kambarys"

    In "Menų kambarys" ("Art Room") we

    • Paint
    • Create graphic drawings, sculptures
    • Create decoupage
    • Perform art therapy
    • Perform training of creativity development, seminars, events of artistic nature, meetings, discussions and gatherings with representatives of professional art, exhibitions and creative workshops.

    Everybody who wants to develop their talent, develop their imagination and creative skills are welcome to join our meetings.

    Žiedūnė Duobaitė
    K. Mindaugo av. 22, Kaunas 
    Tel. 8 (616) 21 841



    "Colourful, small, funny and free of charge" – that could be a description of the students' publication "Njuspeipis". This newspaper has been "scanned" in the academic world for almost ten years! Establishers of "Njuspeipis" were not able not to write, and that is how the first free newspaper for students was born.

    You can find us here:

    K. Donelaičio g. 73
    LT-44029, Kaunas



    Studio "PIXEL"

    Studio Pixel – all that is created by the members of this organization can be defined as "graphic art". It is a gathering of students, who are interested in computer graphics and who want to learn to work with various programs and to use this knowledge for implementation of various projects.
    In this studio we:

    1. Draw using PHOTOSHOP, sculpt using ZBRUSH;

    2. Work with MAYA and create games in UNITY.

    In other words, we create pixels, would You like to do that as well?

    Tadas Vosylius

    K. Mindaugo pr. 22, Kaunas



    RAFES is a team of active students which exists for more than 33 years. Its status has changed from students' union (SA) to students' organization (SO). These students always have ideas and sometimes seemingly unrealizable projects. But nothing is impossible. Each member has a wish to surprise with their events not only KTU students, but also all citizens of Kaunas city. In 2012 the biggest event of students' organization – RAFES festival that takes place each May – was recognized as a representative event of Kaunas city. If you have dreams, ideas and are always ready to try something new, then come to students' organization RAFES, because here good ideas never die!

    What do we offer?

    1. Organization of University's events;

    2. Practice of preparation of advertisement packets;

    3. Promotion of KTU name in cultural activity of Kaunas city;

    4. Search for sponsorship for the events of various types and scales;

    5. Implementation of cultural ideas of KTU students at KTU and Kaunas city level;

    6. Management of human resources.

    Would You like to join?

    If You have ideas and are always ready to try something new, You should come to students' organization RAFES!

    You can find us here:

    Greta Baltrušaitytė
    Studentų g. 69-114
    cell 8 (37) 300 964, 8 (699) 97 434


    Medieval Dance Club SALTUS GLADII

    "Saltus gladii" is KTU medieval dance club. At our dance club students are taught to dance royal medieval dances and dances of village commoners. Club organizes dances, as well as other activities related to medieval history:

    1. Teaching of historical dance

    2. Participation in international projects

    3. Trips to international festivals of historical dance

    Rasa Kasperienė
    Cell. 8 657 78 026 


    Society of Doctoral Students

    Society of KTU Doctoral Students (DD) was established on 14 May, 2013. It is the first organization in the University's history that has a specific task of ensuring the welfare of KTU doctoral students.

    The main objective of this organization is ensuring of the welfare of KTU doctoral students and successful representation of the interests of doctoral students.

    Society tries to establish a united society of doctoral students, efficiently solving arising problems.
    The first meeting of Society of KTU doctoral students (KTU DD) was held on 9 September, 2013; during this meeting tasks of the organization were defined and coordinators of various fields were selected from the initiators of the society. At the moment KTU DD administrates and coordinates the following areas:

    1. Information and public relations;

    2. Human resources;

    3. Social affairs;

    4. Educational affairs;

    5. Academic affairs.

    You can find us here:

    Laura Gagytė
    K. Donelaičio str. 73


    Students Scientific Society (SMD)

    Students Scientific Society (SMD) is a student organization, uniting University's most talented and active students, who think that science is more than a blank staring at the slides during lectures, it is a lifestyle. According to A. Herzen: "It is not enough to study science, it has to be experienced".

    What do we offer You?

    1. Here students of various fields can cooperate and share their knowledge that are often useful for course papers. Members of this society have various possibilities of contribution to SMD activities;

    2. Organization of science promotion events;

    3. Contribution to construction of equipment for interesting experiments;

    4. Demonstration of interesting experiments in various sites of Lithuania;

    5. Contribution to the events and conferences organized by the university;

    6. Enjoying cosy cinema evenings with hot tea and cookies in SMD premises;

    7. Funding for implementation of engineering ideas;

    8. Scholarships for active involvement;

    9. Getting acquainted with most inventive and interesting KTU students;

    10. Creation and construction of spaceships and time machines.

    Karolina Rimkutė
    Studentų g. 63A
    cell +370 609 535 75


    KTU VideoShot

    Studio "VideoShot" invites all students who are interested in medias or want to know more about them, and:

    1. To learn to film, edit and create visual effects;

    2. Record sounds and properly prepare them;

    3. Reveal their director's talent;

    4. Manage various projects.

    Vytenis Šlivinkas
    Studentų str. 63A, Kaunas 
    Tel. 8 (37) 32 76 67, 30 07 43
    Mob 8 (696) 25 683


    KTU Womens Leadership Network (WLN)

    KTU Womens Leadership Network is a team of active women since September 2015

    Our aims:

    • to foster women’s development
    • to cultivate leadership among women
    • to develop valuable skills and competencies for women’s academic and non-academic careers
    • to create and maintain a wide range of opportunities for women in Lithuania and abroad
    • to give assistance and support to women with different needs


    • offering seminars and conferences
    • building different training programs
    • conducting social awareness campaigning
    • organizing open discussions
    • organizing cultural and entertainment events
    • promoting partnership with different NGO’s and international organizations

    Would you like to join?

    We invite all motivated and committed female students as well as staff of KTU, to join the team activities. We publish all the relevant information in Facebook profile and group.

    Shathya Arumugam Kodeeswaran
    Tel.: +370 625 88759