Study Medicine in Lithuania at top Baltic universities
Prepare for your entrance exams and secure your place to study medicine or dentistry in Lithuania with LMA!
Lithuania is one of the most bilingual nations in Europe, so international students are welcomed into this pro-English culture. Most Lithuanians speak not only their native language, but also Russian and English, which means that more people are choosing to study medicine in Lithuania.
There are numerous universities in Lithuania offering international students English-language study programs. After graduation, those who study medicine in the Lithuania are qualified to work in the UK and across Europe, and can continue to qualify for specialist training in any UK hospital.
You’ll find that tuition fees are generally much lower than most medical schools, and the primary entry requirement is to have a high school diploma with a focus on Chemistry and Biology.
You can also study dentistry in Lithuania, please read our dentistry page for more information.
How can LMA help you to study medicine in Europe?
We can offer you a guaranteed university place to study medicine in Europe, as well as providing a full application management and placement service. As we are an education provider, rather than a recruitment agency, our main goal is to promote your academic success.
Learn about the advantages of working with LMA to get a place to study medicine in Europe.
Don’t just take our word for it – watch our testimonial videos to see what our students say about working with LMA, and how we have helped them to study medicine in Europe.
Our pre-med courses can help prepare you for your entrance exams and if you are unable to study in London we also have Live Online Pre-Med Courses, which allow you to study from your own home via live webinar lectures.
Admission requirements to study medicine in Lithuania include:
- A general university entrance qualification
- A written admission test covering Biology and Chemistry
- A high school or college certificate
- Good knowledge of the English language (TOEFL minimum of 65 points, IELTS minimum of 5.5 points, certificate confirmation the knowledge of English at minimum B2 level)
- A brief CV
- Passport or ID, plus three passport-style photographs
- A health certificate based on a full medical examination
More detailed information is available on the individual university pages. For the best preparation for your entrance exam to study medicine in Europe, we recommend taking a pre-med course, to help ensure that you will pass the exam.