Each student accepted for the study period, internship or research visit at Vytautas Magnus University (VMU) uses internal university systems for learning and information search with an individual student ID.
Each VMU student has the same login credentials for entering and using all internal university‘s platforms as Student Self-Service Portal, Moodle2, Outlook Mailbox, connecting to university’s WiFi, using VMU Library, as well as printing, copying or scanning in the university:
|VMU User Name||firstname.surname|
|For students with more than one name/surname||1name.2name.1surname.2surname (all names/surnames)|
|For students with the same name and surname||name.surname1 or name.surname2 (add the number)|
|For women, whose surnames changed after a wedding||name.firstsurname-secondsurname|
In order to reset your password, please visit HERE.
All information about VMU user name can be found HERE.
If you do not receive login data or encounter issues, please, contact (provide your name, surname, email address):
All Vytautas Magnus University students use VMU Student Self-Service Portal system to:
Moodle2 at VMU is used to contain all additional teaching material for studies. Moodle2 system allows direct submissions of assignments, discussion forums and even direct messaging.
Each study course has separate box, which is coordinated by its lecturer: he/she will inform you if there is an additional registration which requires a code to his/her subject. Please, do not hesitate to ask the lecturer if you face any difficulties using Moodle2.
More details how to operate Moodle2 system are provided HERE.
WiFi is essential in the modern world in many aspects of daily life. For this purpose we make it accessible in all buildings of the university. The name of WiFi is Eduroam and its very easy to use.
Detailed instructions on connection to the VMU wireless network is published HERE.
All VMU students get important notifications from the university and the faculty in the student Outlook Mailbox. 50 GB size mailbox will allow you freely communicate with faculty, lecturers, classmates and friends.
Furthermore, students can use additional software free of charge:
For more information visit HERE.
Student Identity (ID) Card is the document proving official student status. Student ID cards also give certain privileges: students can use public transport half cheaper and there are various other discounts all over the country.
Two types of student ID cards are valid in Lithuania:
How to apply? Register at www.lsp.lt/en.
Card prices: 6 EUR for exchange students, 8-16 EUR for graduate-undergraduate degree students.
Note: public transport discount is valid for all students holding LSIC.
More information is available at:
How to apply? Register at:
Note: for the registration you will need: your passport or ID card.
Card price: 10 EUR.
Note! public transport discount is valid only for European Union citizens holding ISIC.
More information is available HERE.