Campus Europae network

Campus Europae is a network founded in 2001, uniting 19 foreign universities which share common goals. Vytautas Magnus University joined Campus Europae in 2003. Five VMU faculties are actively participating in the network: Economics and Management, Humanities, Law, Political Sciences and Diplomacy, Social Sciences.

  • to consolidate and encourage development of higher education space through collaborations and projects
  • to contribute to the implementation of the Bologna Process in order to increase study program compatibility among the network’s universities
  • to improve quality of studies and teaching
  • to strengthen student exchange in LLP / Erasmus and other student exchange programs
  • to encourage learning of the less popular foreign languages

Why should I choose Campus Europae? Because it is:

  • extra academic, professional knowledge
  • different environment of work or studies
  • different methods of working or studying
  • critical thinking and creativity
  • better command of a foreign language
  • increased independence, self-organisation
  • quicker adaptation in various situations
  • meeting new people
  • future career prospects abroad and in Lithuania
  • intercultural discovery and tolerance

Unique opportunities provided by universities of the Campus Europae network

  • study in one foreign university for a year or in two universities for a year each
  • receive recognition as the most motivated and talented student. This is proved by a CE certificate or diploma which the students are awarded
  • study subjects coordinated among the collaborating universities. The coordination procedures are constantly supervised by highly qualified research committees
  • improve knowledge of a foreign language, take intense distance courses of languages Hook Up, attend special courses before your studies abroad and during your studies abroad and study subjects of the programme in a foreign language

More about Campus Europae

Visit its official website

How to apply?

Students from the faculties of Economics and Management, Humanities, Law, Political Sciences and Diplomacy, and Social Sciences may travel for studies at member universities of Campus Europae network.

List of Campus Europae member universities where VMU students may study

Application requirements

Students who meet the following requirements may participate in the selection:

  1. First and second year Bachelor students or first, second and third year integrated studies’ students
  2. Daytime or full-time students
  3. Students who have good marks and no failed subjects

Students who have studied abroad as participants of LLP / Erasmus are not eligible for participation in the selection.

Persons with disabilities or special needs are invited to take part in the student selection. These individuals may receive additional funding. More information is available on the website of the Education Exchanges Support Foundation (EESF).

Students who want to win scholarship for Campus Europae studies must participate in the competition for LLP / Erasmus and VMU exchange programme scholarships.

Selection documents

Applicants are requested to fill in the following documents and present them to the VMU International Office at S. Daukanto St 27, Room 306

  1. Application
  2. Selection forms for exchange programme scholarships: LLP / Erasmus scholarship (see scholarship sizes) or VMU exchange programmes’ scholarship (see scholarship sizes)
  3. Curriculum vitae (CV)
  4. Document(s) as confirmation of fluency in a foreign language(s), if this is not reflected in the VMU transcript of academic results.

Selection Process

The selection is held in two stages

  1. Analysis of documents presented by the students
  2. Conversations with students

Selection Criteria

The main criteria for the selection are the following:

  • concordance between the studies / research syllabus at the higher education school abroad and the study programme at VMU
  • the average of the last two semesters’ marks, which should not be lower than the total average of the course, and good evaluations of specialty subjects
  • good knowledge of foreign language in which the subjects will be taught
  • the student’s motivation
  • the student’s experience of work, studies, internship and participation in foreign academic projects as well as public activities abroad and in Lithuania
  • the student’s ability to independently solve the arising problems.


The smooth coordination of the studies between the sending and the receiving institution, as well as validation after the studies abroad, are regulated by the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS).

Before leaving

  • Send the application and accommodation forms to the universities abroad before their application deadline.
  • Take the distance courses Hook Up and intensive foreign language courses before the studies
  • After receiving the acceptance letter and the academic calendar, present them to the International Office together with other required documents
  • Learning Agreement
  • Request for the Dean
  • Student’s data for the creation of contract (online version under construction)

Students with disabilities or special needs must present additional documents in order to receive extra funding. More information is available on the website of the Education Exchanges Support Foundation (EESF).

More information

International Office

More information is available at the International Office from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.:
Milda Karčiauskaitė
Coordinator of Outgoing LLP/Erasmus Students
S. Daukanto Str. 27, Room 306
Phone +370 37 327 988, +370 615 63212
Fax +370 37 327 989

At your Faculty

Request details on coordination and inclusion of subjects at your faculty:

Faculty of Economics and Management

Monika Didžgalvytė
Departmental Coordinator for International Relations
S. Daukanto St 28, Room 313
+370 37 327 99

Faculty of the Humanities

Žydrūnė Žemaitytė
Departmental Coordinator for International Relations
K. Donelaičio St 52, Room 210
+370 37 327 828

Faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy

Gertautė Žentelienė
Departmental Coordinator for International Relations
Gedimino St 44, Room 102
+370 37 208 514

Faculty of Social Sciences

Prof. Habil. Dr. Margarita Teresevičienė
Head of the Dept. of Educology
K. Donelaičio St 52, Room 304
+370 37 327 966

Faculty of Law

Mindaugas Bilius
E.Ožeškienės St 18, Room 312
+370 37 327 992