Accomodation in Campuses
All universities offer the opportunity of living in a hall of residence. Some of the halls of residence are situated near the universities, others – further away, so you will have to use public transport to get to the university. Most halls of residence have been renovated and equipped with modern appliances and internet access.
Usually, the residents of the hall share common showers and kitchen area. Students share their room with one or two others. This is offset by a comparatively low cost of living. Furthermore, living in a shared accommodation is a part of student experience.
What should you expect from living in halls of residence in Lithuania?
- Most likely you will have to share a room with one or two other students.
- One shower/bath is intended for two or more rooms.
- You will be provided with the necessary furniture in the room – bed, wardrobe, table and chairs.
- There may be internet access in each room, however this is not included into the price.
- You will be able to make breakfast, lunch and dinner in a common kitchen area with other students. There is usually an equipped kitchen on each floor.
- Guests are not permitted to sleep in the halls of residence. When entering the premises, they will have to submit ID and register in the guest book.
- The residents of the halls must keep noise to a minimum during particular hours (usually from 11pm to 6am).
- Consumption of alcoholic beverages and/or psychoactive drugs is prohibited by law. Smoking is allowed in specified areas only.