The programme aims to prepare competent nurses with the knowledge, skills and abilities of nursing science and practice who can develop and improve professional, leadership, and teamwork competencies in pursuit of individual, family, community and public health. Upon completion of the four-year bachelor’s degree in nursing, graduates will obtain a university bachelor’s degree and a professional qualification as a general practice nurse.
Why choose this programme?
- The programme incorporates the classical teaching model to ensure you develop a firm foundation in basic science before entering the clinical field.
- A unique opportunity to practice in one of the six largest Lithuanian hospitals and benefit from early interaction with patients.
- Integrated internships.
What comes after?
- A graduate in nursing can work in hospitals, clinics, or private health care centres. They can also mentor nursing students or start their own practice within the laws of Lithuania.
- Students with a bachelor’s degree can continue their studies in Lithuanian and foreign higher education institutions according to university second-cycle (master’s) study programs of the same study group.