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Recommended English levels to be studied

All university students have a possibility to study general, academic and English for specific purpose. According to study Regulations every first cycle and integrated studies students have to choose foreign language courses the volume of which is not less than 12 credits and not more than 24 credi...

Sustainable Multilingualism 2017

Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL) of Vytautas Magnus University (VMU) successfully carries out its mission to provide efficient foreign language teaching, offering the broadest range of languages in Lithuania (currently 30 languages on offer), and also to perform research in plurilingual competen...

Baltic Summer University

This summer Vytautas Magnus University is hosting the Baltic Summer University. We offer a variety of courses to boost your professional skills, learn some Lithuanian and other languages, experience different cultures and meet new people. Just have a look at what we have to offer and prepare for you...

VMU students from Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan visited the Raudondvario Gymnasium

On 13 October VMU students from Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan delivered classes of the Russian language to students of Raudondvario Gymnasium. They introduced culture and traditions of their respective countries. Most importantly, they gave gymnasium students a good opportunity to practice their skills ...

Renewed Nordic Club “Nordi” starts the new school year

On the 14th of September VMU Nordic culture club “Nordi” organized a picnic on Nemunas island and afterwards invited everybody to watch a Norwegian film “Bølgen” (“The Wave”). The chosen day was perfect since we all had few lectures and the weather was fantastic! Bright sun raised our spirits and en...

European Day of Languages 2016

As every year, on 26 September IFL is inviting VMU community to celebrate the European Day of Languages together.  In 2014 the first IFL cup “Fight for language” was established with 3x3 basketball tournament which was won by the students’ team „Dar negavę ir negausim“ representing the Lithuanian la...