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Vytautas Magnus University

Vytautas Magnus University
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Геодезически факултет


On 13 January 2018, the Parliament of Lithuania ruled that Aleksandras Stulginskis University (ASU) and the Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences (LUES) will be integrated into Vytautas Magnus University.

The university will conduct scientific research and studies in the humanities, social, physical, biomedical, technological and agricultural sciences. The integration has expanded the capabilities of each of the three university communities. After combining their academic potential and consolidating the infrastructural resources, opportunities will be made possible to efficiently perform research and provide studies in all fields. VMU will continue to develop its already existing studies and research in the humanities, social, natural, physical and technological sciences and the arts. Excellent synergy is also expected to emerge in the newly added scientific fields of bioeconomics, renewable and alternative energy, engineering and technological sciences, IT in agriculture, climate change research, and environmental sciences. Thanks to the joint efforts of Lithuanian and foreign scientists and experts, the education sector will be reformed: student admission to the Academy of Education will be launched in 2018, where studies and scientific activities based on the latest international research will be conducted.

Website https://www.vdu.lt/en/about-vmu/

Faculties and Majors

Faculty / Major Faculty of Geodesy / Geodesy regulated profession - Master (MA)
Nr Students 2
Duration 6
Study Cycle 1.2
Language Requirements EN B1
Nr Lecturers 2
Application Terms


Contact Data - Exchange University

International Department
Fax: +370 37 752271
E-mail: kontakt@asu.lt

Faculty of Agricultural Engineering – Assoc. prof. dr. E.Vaiciukevičius (tel.: +370 37 752 332, e-mail: edvardas.vaiciukevicius@asu.lt)

Contact Data - UACEG

Erasmus Coordinator, Faculty of Geodesy:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eng. Christina Mickrenska