Undergraduate and Graduate Studies
In general, all study programs related to Particle (High Energy) and Nuclear Physics are part of more generic curriculum, thus no dedicated admissions are planned. Students interested in the mentioned areas should contact admissions office. It is worth keeping in mind that Lithuanian study system is not yet automatically ``flexible'', but a custom curriculum is possible via the Individual study plan. Additional details below.
As of 2021, undegraduate studies in Physics and NOT Light Engineering is limited to students who are proficient in Lithuanian language. While it might be possible to enroll for foreign nationals based on the general university guidelines, international enrollment has its caveats. Please contact admissions office if interested.
Graduate Studies: Masters Progam
While there are no explicit applications to Particle (High Energy) or Nuclear physics, one should consider any program flavor that suits the interests best. Specialization in Particle (High Energy) or Nuclear physics is possible by selecting appropriate study courses.
Graduate programs in physics can be found here.
Graduate Studies: PhD Progam
PhD studies need a little bit of planning and follow general university admissions, where more information is found here. It is expected that the topic is defined before the application, which can be done by establishing a contact with a research group of interest. Once the topic is agreed upon, the prospect student can apply. Naturally, some deviations from the original topic are possible.