Education in the Baltic States may be in Russian, English, German, Belorussian, Ukrainian and other languages, Baltic Universities provide education of different levels and duration, There are two types of higher education institutions: universities and colleges, The three ­level university education: the first level ­ the bachelor, the second level ­ the master and the third level ­ doctoral, residency or graduate school. Also research work in universities. To study programs of higher education of the first and second levels : The first level of education is for two years of study and includes 80 CP. This level is designed for training in a wide range of specialties. Upon completion the student will receive a diploma of the first level of higher education. The second level of education is for four years, and contains 160 CP. Upon completion the student will receive a diploma of the second level of higher education ( Bachelor ). In order to obtain a Bachelor’s degree is necessary to study 3 ­ 4 years (180­240 ECTS). After graduating from bachelor degree, graduates can get a job in their profession and take aposition, requiring a university degree, or continue their studies in the master’s program. Education at undergraduate level is possible on full­time, part­time and as distance learning. Learning Masters lasts 1 ­ 2.5 years. Master’s degree allows you to qualify for higher positions and salary levels, as well as allows you to continue training in doctoral studies.


Applications to study in the Baltic countries should be made online on our website by stating the program you’re interested in and by uploading the required documents. Also there are various online resources available. Depending on your country of origin and grades, a supplementary year of study may be required. Down bellow there is a detailed information on how to apply. You’ll need to prove you are fluent in the language of tuition, with the level depending on the course and university to which you are applying – as ever, check with the institution.

Estonian higher education is well respected around the world. The country is a participant in the Bologna Process, which aims to standardize higher education across Europe, and its university diplomas are internationally accepted. Currently there are 15 public universities in Estonia, and nine private. English is widely spoken, and most universities in Estonia offer a wide variety of English-taught programs. In order to apply to universities in Estonia, you need to prove that you have successfully completed the previous stage of study (secondary education if you apply for an undergraduate course, or a bachelor’s degree if you apply for a master’s program). If you are an international student applying to study an English-taught program, you’ll need to show proof of proficiency in the English language. All internationally recognized language tests are accepted, but some Estonian universities may ask you to sit a language test of their own. Depending on your course and the university you are applying to, you may be required to attend an interview, write an application essay, or present a portfolio of work.
Higher education in Latvia is generally split between academic and professional studies. Academic programs are designed to improve students’ independent research skills and provide a theoretical background to careers, while professional programs are more vocational, preparing students for graduate careers in the design or enhancement of systems, products and technologies, as well as preparing them for creative, research and teaching activities in their chosen field. Latvian universities follow the Bologna system, offering three levels of study (bachelor’s, master’s and PhD). Most bachelor degrees take three or four years to complete, while master’s degrees are one or two years long. The academic year runs from September to June, with exams taking place in May and June. The language of instruction at Latvian universities is mainly Latvian, but there are a small number of English-taught programs available, many of which are specifically aimed at foreign students.
Study programs in Lithuania are evaluated according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) and are offered in terms of ‘cycles’, which follow the Bologna system. The first cycle is for bachelor’s degrees, the second cycle is for master’s degrees, and the third cycle is for PhDs. Universities in Lithuania also offer integrated study programs, which combine the first and second cycles so that students graduate with a master’s degree and can then study a PhD if they wish. These are most commonly found in regulated professions such as law and medicine. There are two types of higher education institutions in Lithuania – colleges (kolegija) and universities. Colleges are focused on practical training for particular professions. There are 14 public universities, eight private, and one branch campus of a Polish university. Lithuanian universities use a 10-point grading system, in which 10 is the highest score and 5 is the minimum needed to pass.


Firstly You should send the name of the program you wish to study at and the name of the major or specality that you would like to study. Secondly If you do not currently have any idea about the Baltic states universities and the education system, our team will suggest some of our offers according to the specialization you want to study. Thirdly Required files: passport copy. Copy of high school certificate, Birth Certificate A copy of the bachelor’s degree and Transcript for those wishing to study the Master’s and Postgraduate studies. The cost of registration and admission procedures is € 450, payable before application is processed. The admission and the study invitation is obtained according to specialization that you would like to study, and it will be sent through the university to the address of your residence or email with all necessary papers in addition to the date of attendance at the embassy to provide papers to obtain the student visa.


Medical Programs (€5,000-7,500 a year)

Business|Arts|Law (€2,000-5,000 a year)

Engineering|Science|Information Technology (€2,000-3,500 a year)


Medical/Nursing programs (€5,000-7,500 a year)

Business|Arts|Law (€2,000-5,000 a year)

Engineering|Science|Information Technology ((€2,000-5,000 a year)


Medical/Nursing programs (€5,000-7,000 a year)

Business|Arts|Law (€2,000-5,000 a year)

Engineering|Science|Information Technology (€2,000-5,000 a year)


In order to apply for a student visa, you will need to submit several documents. These documents include:
  • A filled-in and signed Student Visa Application form, from the official embassy website of attended country.
  • Valid passport (must be valid for six months before planned departure from your home country)
  • Official letter of acceptance to a college or university
  • A short CV
  • Your school certificates and diplomas
  • Evidence of proficiency in the language in which you wish to study
  • Confirmation of having the funds for studying and living in Poland
  • Health insurance
  • One passport-sized photo
  • Visa Application Fee, payable by cash/postal order
  • Proof of Accommodation, (if required)
  • Transport documentation, such as a rail or air ticket