For Freshers

Here you will find all information needed for your first weeks in KTU.

 

Student's guide

Career and service centre


Studentų St. 50-168
Tel. +370 614 200 55, +370 37 300 327
E-mail: klausk@ktu.lt

 

Let’s get in touch via social media:
 

FAQ

After you sign the study agreement with University, you will receive an email (which you specified during registration) with necessary instructions to login to University’s informational systems and IT services.

If you have registered in unified University’s registration system and after 2-3 hours you are unable to access your academic email, please contact pastas@ktu.lt.

You will be able to order a student identity card after signing the contract. After logging in to the registration system you will need to enter the required information and pay. The University transfers the data about your studies to the Student Register the day after the agreement is signed, from which the LSIC and ISIC systems automatically retrieve the student status confirmation. Once the certificate is ready, the courier will deliver it to the address of your choice.

LSIC (Lithuanian Student Identity Card) – a document proving the status of a student, granting benefits and discounts, which is issued for the entire study period. More information and more detailed prices: lsp.lt.

ISIC (International Student Identity Card) – the only international student card proving the status of a student not only in Lithuania but also almost all over the world. It is most useful when going abroad, for example: ERASMUS + to study in another country. The price of the certificate is 11 Eur (with an integrated electronic public transport ticket), such a certificate is valid for one academic year. More information: isic.lt.

You can find the structure of your study programme on the University website here by selecting your study program and the “Subjects” section.

In the KTU Academic Information System, in the section “Current semester”, click the “Individual plan” button, and there you will find the template of your annual study plan.

From August 26, 2021 to September 18, 2021 you will have to choose study modules (if the choice is provided in your study programme) and approve the plan. Without approval of the study plan, you will not be able to register for module classes.

You can find the lecture schedule in the KTU Academic Information System, in the section “My study schedule”.

You will be able to register for the classes and see the formed individual schedule from August 26, 2021 to September 18, 2021. We encourage you to register as soon as possible so you can see your schedule immediately.

At the University, the participation of students in the laboratory work classes of the study modules is obligatory, and in other types of classes (lectures, exercises, etc.) it is obligatory according to the minimum requirements for participation in the module classes set by the lecturer.

During the first session of the module, the lecturer introduces the requirements for compulsory participation, which are later published in the module program in the Academic Information System.

You can order a document that proves your student status in the Academic Information System (AIS) by clicking “Studies” in the top menu and selecting “Certificates Ordering”.

University administration departments working hours:

Monday-Thursday from 8 p.m. until 5 p.m.
Fridays from 8 p.m. until 3:45 p.m.

Contacts of faculty study centres are provided here.

Information about social scholarships can be found on the website of the State Studies Foundation.

If you have made a payment, but do not see confirmation of a successful payment in the University Academic Information System (AIS) within 2 working days, please contact the Chief Financial Officer of the University’s accountant Irena Narmontienė, e-mail irena.narmontiene@ktu.lt, or tel. +370 37 300 688. When writing an e-mail letter, it is necessary to attach a payment statement and indicate the type of payment.

Academic calandar of 2021-2022 y. autumn semester can be found here.

 

Digital badges

Non-formal education: digital badges for acknowledgment of the activities of the development of competences. Digital badges are digital micro-certificates; it is a new digital standard for acknowledgment of the non-formal learning and education achievements.

Why is it worth to collect digital badges?

Advantage while searching for internship and job Competitions and scholarships at the University  A file of competences
 Demonstrate your achievements and active participation in the University’s life to your potential employer.  A quick and easy way to collect the proof of your activities at the University in one place.  Seek the confirmation of your competences acquired via non-formal learning.

Receive a personal file of competences with your University diploma!

Eglė Račkauskienė

Career Planning Consultant

phone: +370 686 19341
email wanted@ktu.lt

 

Freshers' camp

Students’ association organizes freshers’ camp to meet future group and course friends!

Camp’s date:

All faculties together September 17-19
 

Welcome week "Unlock Your Future" programme

 

Adjustments to study process for students with disabilities or individual learning needs

There is a possibility to make adjustments to the study process for students with disabilities or individual learning needs. After completing the form, the Social Welfare Coordinator of the Student Affairs Department will be able to provide suggestions for reasonable adjustments to the study process after reviewing the information. We will also be able to respond to your needs faster and more efficiently. All data provided by you is protected by data-protection law and will not be passed on to third parties.

What you should do next:

  1. Complete a form that aims to identify your personal needs and help to adjust the learning process to individual cases.
  2. Write an email to the Social Welfare Coordinator of the Student Affairs Department via e-mail: agne.atkociunaite@ktu.lt and agree on a suitable time and date for the meeting (in person or remotely).

Available adaptations:

  • Lecturing according to the situation of the student;
  • Representation of study material;
  • Concept of assignments;
  • Learning spaces in the library;
  • Access to auditoriums.

Available software and equipment:

  • SuperNova Magnifier 13.03. Program magnifies all information on computer’s screen or parts of it.
  • Topaz XL XD 24‘. Stationary electronic view magnifier, installed in libraries’ learning spaces.
  • Bellman Audio Domino. Encoded digital listening system.
  • Bellman Audio Domino receiver. Encoded digital listening system receiver.
 

Moments from Welcome week