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What documents are required for admission?

To apply for the bachelor's program in computer science, you must gather color copies of the following documents: 

  • National passport 
  • Secondary Education (average grade not less than 7 points) 
  • Written proof of successfully passing state exams (if state exams are required in your location) 
  • Motivation letter 
  • You can also see the list of required documents by following the link. 

Important! Only high-quality scans of documents will be accepted. 

Do I need to come to the university?

The competitive application process, submission of documents, and the interview are all conducted online. Applicants are not required to travel to Lithuania. 

What is required for admission?

To apply for the bachelor's program in computer science in 2024, you must: 

  • Fill out and submit the online application form, making sure to attach all the necessary documents. 
  • Receive confirmation from EHU that all documents are in order (regularly check the email address provided during registration). 
  • Complete an online interview. 
  • Wait for the admissions committee's decision. 
  • Sign a tuition payment contract.  
  • Pay the tuition for the first semester. 

You can also get acquainted with the list of required documents by following the link. 

How is the competition score calculated?

1. There are four grades: 

  • Mathematics 
  • Physics 
  • English language 
  • Online interview 

For each subject area, the applicant can choose which grade to use—either from their high school transcript or the results of the corresponding independent state exams (EGE, NMT, CT, etc.). Grades from high school transcripts are subject to a reducing coefficient of 0.8. Grades on independent exams are considered in full. 

2. An international English language certificate at level A2 and above (TOEFL, IELTS, etc.) or a certificate of completion of the Unified Russian Test in English at EHU is considered as 100 points.

3. All grades to a 100-point scale (depending on the country and scale on which the grades are awarded).

4. Substituted into the following formula: 

X = 0.25 * M + 0.25 * F + 0.25 * A + 0.25 * Int 

M - Mathematics 

F - Physics 

A - English language 

Int - Interview + motivation letter 

What level of English proficiency is required?

Instruction in the Informatics program is conducted in Russian. An intensive English language course is included in the program beginning with the first semester. The curriculum provides for a transition to English in the senior years. Therefore, the desirable level of English proficiency is A2 or above. 

The English language grade is included in the applicant's ranking. One of the following options can be considered as a grade: 

  • Results of independent state testing 
  • An international certificate with a result of at least A2 (TOEFL, IELTS, etc.) 
  • An English language grade from a certificate (to be considered with a decreasing coefficient of 0.8) 

The curriculum includes an English language course (12 ECTS credits) during the first two semesters. 

Who needs to take an English language test?


The score for the English language component is included in the applicant's ranking and can be based on one of the following options: 

  • The result of independent state testing 
  • An international certificate with a result of at least A2 (TOEFL, IELTS, etc.) 
  • An English language grade from the high school certificate (to be counted with a reducing coefficient of 0.8) 

For applicants who cannot provide written documentation of their English language proficiency, the university will conduct an advanced speaking test. Information about how to register, as well as the upcoming testing dates, can be found by following the link (form in RUS). 

What if an applicant graduated from a college, technical school, etc.?

To confirm their eligibility to study at EHU, applicants may submit either a high school diploma or a secondary vocational education diploma. 

Important! To be eligible for admission, the applicant's high school or secondary education GPA must be at least 7.0. Applicants with a GPA below 7.0 will be excluded from the competition. 

If the applicant did not take independent state exams, the grades listed on their high school or secondary vocational education transcript in mathematics/computer science, physics, and English will be used for the competition. Please note that a coefficient of 0.8 will be applied. 

How does the full-time, session-based program work?

The full-time, session-based program involves distance learning and attending on-site sessions two or three times a year in Vilnius. Students are required to come to Vilnius for each session. The university provides visa support for its students. 

Students in the session-based program should plan to attend two online lessons each evening and regularly complete independent assignments.  

The total number of classroom hours is the same for both the full-time, session-based program and the full-time (on-campus/online) program. The session-based program is just longer and less intensive. The workload is designed to allow students to combine work and studies if necessary.

Is it possible to change formats after beginning a program at EHU?

It is possible to change formats if there are spots available. When transitioning to a different format, students are given an opportunity to complete any subjects they might have missed. 

How do students from Belarus or Russia pay their tuition?

Due to the current situation, this issue is addressed on an individual basis and depends on various factors such as the timing of the payment, the country where the applicant is located, etc. 

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