Tuition Fees

The tuition fee is outlined in the individual Study Contract to be signed between the student and the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences and has to paid to the following account:

Lietuvos sveikatos mokslų universitetas / Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (address: A. Mickevičiaus st. 9, LT-44307, Kaunas)
Bank: AB „SEB bank“ (bank address: Laisvės alėja 82/ Maironio 17, LT-44250, Kaunas)
Account no. for payment in EUR: LT09 7044 0600 0290 5377
SWIFT (if needed): CBVI LT 2X

Payment code for Medicine: 1042
Payment code for Odontology: 1242
Payment code for Pharmacy: 1342
Payment code for Public Health: 1562
Payment code for Veterinary Medicine: 1142

The applicants have to cover all bank charges and indicate the name, surname and payment code in the payment details

Tuition fees for the 2017/2018 academic year are as follows:


Programme Duration of studies

Annual Tuition Fee (EUR)

Integrated studies         
Medicine 6 years 10,000
Odontology (Dentistry) 5 years  12,000
Pharmacy  5 years  6,000 
Veterinary Medicine 6 years 6,000
Bachelor's studies          
Veterinary Food Safety 4 years 4,300 
Nursing 4 years  3,500 
Occupational Therapy 4 years 4,500
Master's Studies         
Public Health (MPH)  2 years 3,980
Lifestyle Medicine (MPH) 1.5 years 9,930
Advanced Nursing Practice 2 years 4,500



The tuition fee for the first year of studies shall be paid within 20 days after signing the Study Contract, but no later than
1 August.

In all upper years, the annual tuition fee should be paid: 
- before September 1 (for the fall semester);
- before February 1 (for the spring semester);

Transfer students shall pay the running payment of the actual year plus payment for the additional courses or exams (extracurricular fee), if any. An additional fee is required if the student has to repeat the course because of his/her academic incompetence.


The tuition fee covers the following:

  • use of library facilities, lecture rooms, laboratories, clinics and equipment during the academic year;
  • attendance at scheduled lectures, practical and laboratory classes, seminars, clinical practice;
  • attendance at scheduled tutorials held weekly by the teaching staff of the University;
  • testing of acquired knowledge and skills via weekly tests, colloquiums, examinations or final semester tests according to a teaching plan.
  • and dental materials for those studying at the Faculty of Odontology.