Return to Newly Admitted Students

Final steps before arrival



June 1

300 EUR non-refundable Admissions Deposit fee due (for international students) Bank transfer information

June – July

For ALL international students (EU and non-EU) – collect documents necessary for migration (documents to apply for National Visa D, Temporary Residence Permit (non-EU students) OR documents to apply for Temporary Residence Certificate (non-Lithuanian EU students)

July 14

Housing application due

July 25

  • Payment Schedule Registration form due (optional)
  • Final and original/certified true copy of the high school diploma and its supplements submitted to the Admissions Office (detailed documentation requirements will be sent to you by the Admissions Counselor)
  • For underage students: you are required to bring a notarized parents’/legal guardians’ permission to sign a study contract.  Please submit this document until July 25 in this form.

August 7-18

Complete the Moodle Online Orientation tasks

August 20

Full tuition and housing fees are due. Bank transfer information

August 23

Arrive to campus and move into the Residence Halls. Once we have any updates, your Admissions Counselor will inform you via email.

August 24-26

Attend mandatory New Student Orientation


November 1

300 EUR non-refundable Admissions Deposit fee due. Bank transfer information.

November 15

December 1

Payment Schedule Registration form (optional)

December 6

Official Financial Statements sent to incoming students

December 15

First tuition/housing installment due (if on payment schedule)

December 20

Full tuition and housing fees due. Bank transfer information

December 31

 Complete the Online Orientation tasks

January 4

Arrive to campus and move into the Residence Halls  

January 5-6

Attend New Student Orientation (attendance required)

Important final steps

Pay Admissions deposit

To confirm your decision of studying at LCC, make a non-refundable 300 EUR Admissions deposit payment by:

  • May 1 – If you start your studies from Fall semester (by July 15 if you are from Lithuania)
  • November 1 – If you start your studies from Spring semester 

Find the information about bank transfer here

Send diploma to LCC

As soon as you have your final high school (secondary education) diploma, it’s supplement and examination results, bring or send high quality scanned copies in colour to your Admissions Counselor using the application platform. Please submit the high school diploma no later than:

  • July 25 – if you start your studies from the Fall semester;
  • November 15 – if you start your studies from the Spring semester.

If you have problems submitting your diploma by the set deadline, please call us +370 46 310 460 or email your Admissions Counselor. 

Apply for a Temporary Residence Permit as early as possible

All international students (EU and non-EU) are required to have a valid migration document Temporary Residence Permit (TRP) to legally stay and study in Lithuania. The Admissions Office will work with you on helping you get ready for obtaining your TRP. Please visit the following page to find out How to stay legally in Lithuania for a step-by-step guide. Your invitation documents for the TRP will be prepared and sent to you after you pay the Admissions deposit.

If you have any questions about the migration process, please do not hesitate to contact your Admissions Counselor.

When you get it, please upload a high quality scan of your TRP card through this form.

Apply for On-campus Housing

LCC has two beautiful modern Residence Halls on campus where 70% of all students reside during the academic year. Our campus housing is more than a place to sleep. It’s a vibrant learning community where students from many cultures share life together. As a resident, you will make friends who last forever and be part of many meaningful activities and programs. Students on-campus are expected to live in agreement with the Community Standards designed to facilitate learning and development.  Please apply for on-campus housing by July 14 (November 15 for Spring semester) and visit our housing page for more information. 

Spaces are limited on a “first come, first served” basis.

Log onto the LCC portal and complete the Moodle Online Orientation

After you pay the non-refundable 300 EUR admissions deposit, your admissions counselor will send you log-in information in order to access the online LCC portal ( 

Before arriving on campus all students must complete the Moodle Online Orientation . The Online Orientation will be available starting December 12 and must be completed by December 31. 

This online orientation is designed simply to help you navigate various LCC platforms, connect you with your 4-year academic plan, give you the tools necessary for succeeding on LCC’s campus, support your transition to a multicultural campus, and introduce you to vital campus resources, such as Migration, Financial Aid, Erasmus+, and more.

After August 12, you can access the Moodle Online Orientation by following these steps:

  • Go to Your Moodle username and password has been sent to you by your admissions counselor. If you have not yet logged into Moodle, the Moodle Online Orientation will not be immediately available after you first log in. It will be visible to you 2-3 days after your initial log-in.
  • On the left hand side, click on “My Courses”
  • Under “My Courses”, click on “2022FL MND 005 Moodle Online Orientation”

**IMPORTANT! You will not be able to access your other courses until you complete the Online Orientation tasks !** 

Plan to arrive on campus and attend the mandatory New Student Orientation

We are excited to welcome you to campus! At LCC we know how exciting and intimidating it can be to join a new community. The mandatory on-campus New Student Orientation is designed to assure you a strong start from day one. New Student Orientation takes place from January 5-6 and is required for all new students. More information about the mandatory New Student Orientation can be found under New Student Orientation

Sign your study contract

Upon arrival at LCC, you will sign your study contract. This contract is a formal agreement between you and LCC International University. This contract confirms your official enrollment at LCC. To fill out your study contract you will need the following information: passport number, home address, and telephone number.*

*Important for underage students: you are required to bring a notarized parents’/legal guardians’ permission to sign a study contract.  Please submit this document until July 25 in this form.

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