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Registration for Lithuanian Summer Course 2018

Registration is currently open for Lithuanian Language and Culture Summer Course Lithuanian Language and Culture Summer Course is a 30-day programme in July-August which includes Lithuanian language classes, courses in various fields and provides an extensive cultural programme. The course offers a...

Premiere of the Asian Studies Centre Documentary in Japan

July 28, the documentary “Kaunas. The City of Sugihara and Japan” created by the Centre for Asian Studies will be introduced for Japanese society. The Japan Premiere will be taking place on July 28, 13:00 in Gifu City Library. On the same evening, the movie will be shown at Yaotsu Town (which has a ...

Establishment of King Sejong Institute at VMU

The end of May marked official announcement of decision to establish King Sejong Institute (KSI) at Vytautas Magnus University. This new institution will contribute to the spread of Korean language and culture in Lithuania and strengthen Korean studies that began at VMU more than a decade ago. The...

Entrance to East Asia study programs

The Centre for Asian Studies invites all interested in China, Japan and Korea to apply for the East Asia Region Studies program (EARS), which is the only graduate program in Lithuania and the Baltic States that is taught in English and focused on East Asian contemporary politics and society. VMU als...

Japanese post stamps exhibition “Prefectures”

On May 24 – June 30 VMU Centre for Asian Studies invites you to visit Japanese post stamps exhibition “Prefectures”. The exhibition displays a part of Mr. Leonas Veržbolauskas collection of Japanese post stamps. The exhibition is located in the 4thfloor gallery at the VMU Multifunctional Research ...

Baltic Summer University

Baltic Summer University (BSU) offers a unique summer experience at VMU that combines a collection of summer programmes delivered by experts of their field as well as a variety of cultural and social events for students to enjoy their acquaintance with Lithuania. It all started with the Lithuanian ...