Pre-master courses

Pre-master courses are organized to prepare a student for upcoming Master studies in Faculty of Economics, Vilnius University. Our programmes have been a great success, and we are attracting an increasing number of students of diverse backgrounds from all over the world. The majority of those applying to the programmes are graduates of business administration or economics undergraduate programmes, but we also receive a large number of requests from those who have no background in business administration or economics. We are prepared to meet their needs.

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION

The Pre-Master courses are designed for students who already have a bachelor's degree and need extra background in economics and business before proceeding to more advanced, master level courses. Pre-master courses are taught in English language. They will make the transition to more rigorous master’s level courses easier for students who did not have background in economics and business.

Upon the successful completion of the courses students will obtain a possibility to apply for international master programmes at the Faculty of Economics.

Pre-master courses will take place in the spring semester, prior to the Master's semester. We offer 5 courses (Total 30 ECTS) in the most relevant aspects of  economics and business, such as management, marketing, economics and accounting. Subjects will be chosen for each student separatelly regarding his/her wishes of Master programme.

Lectures will begin in February and will last for one semester. Students will receive a certificate indicating that they have earned the credits for their completed coursework.

TUITION FEE: 655 EU / 30 ECTS 

HOW TO APPLY

International students will apply to be Free-moving student. In this case a student will be able to get student status and proper visa. 

Application is open from October 1 to November 15 for the spring semester. 

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • B1 language level is required for the courses taught in foreign languages. Language certificate is not compulsory.
  • Compulsory attachments:'
    • Transcript of Academic Records from home university for the last two semesters (for the 1st year Master or PhD students – a copy of Bachelor or Master diploma).
    • Passport copy (or ID card copy - for EU citizens)
    • Letter of nomination if it was not sent to the International Office of Vilnius University before your application
    • Recommendation letter (for free moving students only)

An applicant must submit documents online. Check more information about the procedure here.

The Letter of Acceptance is sent to the student's e-mail address within 3 weeks after the submission of application.

CONTACTS

  • For more information about subjects please contact International studies coordinators at Faculty of Economics, Vilnius University.
  • For more information regarding the documents submission please contact Agnė Gordėjienė, Exchange Student Coordinator from International Programmes and Relations Office of Vilnius University by email .