Integrated studies @ Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
5 Jul Application deadline
1 Sep Start date
6 years Study duration full-time
12500€ Tuition fee for Eu citizens

Programme overview

The degree programme Medicine aims at educating medical doctors capable of entering residency programmes or having necessary skills to provide emergency aid and health care services under the supervision of a physician specialist.


  • After successful completion of the programme and obtaining the diploma, students can work in various biomedical areas of general practice. Graduates may also consider undertaking further residency studies, leading to a qualification of a specialist physician, or study for a PhD.
  • Apply for a license to practice medicine.
  • Provide health care services under the supervision of a physician specialist.

Structure of programme

YEAR 1 Anatomy, Histology, Genetics, Physics, Chemistry, Lithuanian Language

YEARS 2 – 3 Reproduction and Inheritance, Professional Competence, Basics of Neurosciences, Immune Response and Infection, Respiration and Circulation, Metabolism and Homeostasis, Basics of Preclinical Studies and Locomotion, Lithuanian Language

YEARS 4 – 6 Clinical Modules, Clinical Medical Practice

Teaching method

Problem-based learning (PBL) is a method practiced by the Faculty of Medicine. PBL courses prompt students to analyse and solve problems, research, discuss and present hypothetical theories, solutions or recommendations in groups.

Evaluation of performance

Examinations are taken upon completion of each subject. The studies are completed by summative final theoretical and practical (at the bedside) examinations.

Competences you gain

Graduates in medicine will have the ability to:
· Carry out a consultation with a patient.
· Assess clinical presentations, order investigations, make differential diagnoses, and negotiate a management plan.
· Provide immediate care of medical emergencies.
· Prescribe drugs.
· Apply ethical and legal principles in medical practice.
· Assess psychological and social aspects of a patient’s illness.
· Apply the principles, skills and knowledge of evidence-based medicine.
· Apply scientific principles, methods and knowledge to medical practice and research.
· Promote health, engage with population health issues and work effectively in a health care system.


  • Clinical skills developed in the largest clinical hospital in the Baltic States.
  • Multicultural environment and student community: international students from 87 different countries make up 25 % of the total student population at LSMU.
  • Problem-based learning curriculum, which allows students to solve clinical cases, conduct research, discuss and present hypothetical theories, solutions or recommendations.
  • Diploma recognized in EU, USA, Israel and other countries.
  • Possibility to spend a semester or a year abroad with the Erasmus+ exchange programme.
  • Small groups, i.e., up to 10 students, in clinical courses.
  • Support system for students’ adaptation: mentoring, tutoring and psychological counselling.


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