Bachelor's studies (college) @ Vilniaus kolegija / Higher Education Institution
30 Jun Application deadline
1 Sep Start date
3 years Study duration full-time
0€ Tuition fee for Eu citizens

Programme overview

Faculty Faculty of Economics
Study field Finance
Qualification Professional Bachelor of Business
Form and duration of studies Full-time studies, 3 years
Credits 180

Career Prospects

Acquired skills allow opportunities to get a managerial, economic, financial or accounting job position in the banks or in the other credit and financial institutions.

Learning Outcomes

You will be able to:

  • To communicate both in Lithuanian and foreign language by integrating into multicultural environment, ethically and professionally solve the activities;
  • To develop individually professional competence in response to market changes;
  • To learn basic concepts by assessing external business and enterprise environmental factors;
  • To apply properly the bank‘s business legislation and other regulatory documents;
  • To use modern tools, organize, summarize the economic and financial data, manage the documentation of organization;
  • To use modern information technologies for electronic banking services management;
  • To know banking products and services and be able to manage them and offer to customers;
  • To consult customers with bank financing, investment and risk factors management issues and questions;
  • To apply methods of financial professional activity analysis;
  • To evaluate results of financial state and activity of the bank;
  • To perform empirical study, using quantitative and analytical methods;
  • To understand the responsibility for their activities and their results in potential positive and negative effects;
  • To make the inspection of decisions in financial activities.

Programme structure

Full-time studies
Degree Course 2019-2022

1st semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation*
Business Foreign Language I 5 E
Business Psychology 3 P
Banking Business models 3 P
Computer Information Management 5 E
Document Management 4 P
Applied Mathematics 5 E
Economics Theory 5 E
2nd semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Business Foreign Language II 5 E
Business Law 4 E
Labour and Civil Safety 3 P
Statistics 4 E
Credit and Banks 5 E
Enterprise Economics 6 P
Management 3 E
3rd semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Research work organization 3 P
Financial Technologies (Fintech) 3 P
Marketing 3 P
Finance Management 5 E
Accounting in Bank and Enterprise 6 E
Bank Services and Management 5 E
Optional course 1 5 P
4th semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Enterprise Activity Analysis 3 E
Bank Data Management 5 E
Banking Activity Organization 4 E
Financial Markets 3 E
Crediting 5 E
Professional Activity Practice: Bank Performance Modelling 5 P
Optional course 2 5 P
5th semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Business Communication 3 E
Banking Activity Analysis 3 E
Bank Risks Management 5 E
Bank Audit and Control 4 E
Professional Activity Practice: Bank Performance Modelling 5 P
Final Professional Activity Practice 10 P
6th semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Final Professional Activity Practice 20 P
Final project 10 KP

Optional subjects are freely selectable subjects from the list of predefined subjects.

* E – exam, P – project, KP – course project/paper; OC – optional course.

Admission Requirements

1. A secondary education or a corresponding qualification

A secondary education or a corresponding qualification giving access to higher education in Lithuania.
Note. The academic assessment and recognition of your education documents will be processed by VIKO.

2. English language requirements:

  • CEFR B2 level
  • IELTS overall score 5.5
  • TOELF overall score 55

Note. IELTS or TEOLF test score is valid 2 years only and older tests are not accepted.

If you cannot provide a proof of your English language proficiency you can register for a free of charge online English language test performed by VIKO. The test can be completed only during the admission period.

Note. Exceptions are made only for native speakers and applicants who have completed their previous studies fully in English.

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