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Klaip dos v alstybin kolegija klaip eda state college klaipeda university of applied sciences


Lithuania geography
Lithuania Geography

  • Territory: 65 200 km2: Lithuania is the largest of the three Baltic countries, twice the size of Belgium (30513 km2) and a wee bit smaller than Ireland (70283 km2).

  • Borders: Inland borders with Latvia, Belarus, Poland and Russia (Kaliningrad) total 1,747 km. The Belarusian border is the longest, at 724 km. Coastline totals 99 km.

  • Map references: Europe

  • Land boundaries:total: 1,273 km border countries: Belarus 502 km, Latvia 453 km, Poland 91 km, Russia (Kaliningrad) 227 km

  • Coastline: 90 km

  • Climate: transitional, between maritime and continental; wet, moderate winters and summers

  • Terrain: lowland, many scattered small lakes, fertile soil

  • Elevation extremes: lowest point: Baltic Sea 0 m Highest Hill: Juozapine, at 293.6m.

  • Natural resources: peat, arable land

The lithuania flag

  • Today, they are explained as follows:

    • yellow. the fertile fields of Lithuania, golden with ripe rye, wheat, flax, and other grains;

    • green : the symbol of the nation's vitality (as represented in nature also);

    • red : the blood shed in defending the homeland's freedom.

State emblem

  • Lithuania's emblem of state is the Vytis.

  • It depicts a knight, astride a leaping stallion.

National anthem of lithuania

  • The Lithuanian national anthem was composed by Dr. Vincas Kudirka. In fact, it was his poem titled "National Hymn", published in 1898.

    • Lithuania, my homeland, land of heroes!Let your Sons draw strength from the past.Let your children follow only the paths of virtue, working for the good of their native land and for all mankind.Let the sun banish all darkness from Lithuania,with light and truth always guiding our steps.Let the love of Lithuania burn in our hearts and for the sake of our country let unity blossom.


  • During the 14th century, Lithuania was the largest country in Europe: present-day Belarus, Ukraine, and parts of Poland and Russia were territories of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.

  • With the Lublin Union of 1569 Poland and Lithuania formed a new state, the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. The Commonwealth lasted more than two centuries, until neighboring countries systematically dismantled it from 1772 to 1795, with the Russian Empire annexing most of Lithuania's territory.

  • In the wake of the First World War, Lithuania's Act of Independence was signed on February 16, 1918, declaring the re-establishment of a sovereign state.

  • Starting in 1940, Lithuania was occupied first by the Soviet Union then Nazi Germany.

  • As World War II neared its end in 1944 and the Nazis retreated, the Soviet Union reoccupied Lithuania.

  • On March 11, 1990, Lithuania became the first Soviet republic to declare its renewed independence.

  • Present-day Lithuania has one of the fastest growing economies in the European Union. Lithuania became a full member of the Schengen Agreement on 21 December 2007.

  • In 2009, Lithuania will celebrate the millennium of its name.

  • Lithuania consists of the following historical and cultural regions:

    • Aukštaitija — literally, the "Highlands"

    • Samogitia (Lithuanian: Žemaitija) — literally, the "Lowlands"

    • Dzūkija (Lithuanian: Dzūkija or Dainava)

    • Suvalkija (Lithuanian: Suvalkija or Sūduva)

    • Lithuania Minor also known as "Prussian Lithuania" — (Lithuanian: Mažoji Lietuva or Prūsų Lietuva). The region was part of Prussia from the Middle Ages until 1945. Most of it today is part of Russia (Kaliningrad Oblast).

Largest cities
Largest cities regions:

  • Vilnius

  • Kaunas

  • Klaipėda

  • Šiauliai

  • Panevėžys

  • Alytus

  • Marijampolė

  • Mažeikiai

  • Jonava

  • Utena

  • Kėdainiai

Vilnius regions:

  • Vilnius ( ['vilɲus] (help·info)) is the largest city and the capital of Lithuania, with a population of 555,613 (847,954 together with Vilnius County) as of 2008. It is the seat of the Vilnius city municipality and of the Vilnius district municipality. It is also the capital of Vilnius County.

Gediminas Tower regions:

Klaip da
Klaipėda regions:

  • Klaipėda , pronounced /ˈklaɪpɛdə/; German: Memel) is a city in Lithuania situated at the mouth of the Curonian Lagoon where it flows into the Baltic Sea.

  • As Lithuania's only seaport, it has ferry terminal connections to Sweden and Germany.

  • Some of its older buildings have picturesque half-timbered construction, similar to that found in Germany, France, England, Denmark and southern Sweden.

  • The population shrunk from 207,100 in 1992 to 187,442 in 2005. Popular seaside resorts found close to Klaipėda are Nida to the south on the Curonian Spit, and Palanga to the north.

Port of klaip da
Port of Klaipėda regions:

  • The Port of Klaipėda is the principal ice-free port on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. It is the most important Lithuanian transportation hub, connecting sea, land and railway routes from East to West.

  • Klaipėda is a multipurpose, universal, deep-water port. 19 big stevedoring companies, ship-repair and shipbuilding yards operate within the port and all marine business and cargo handling services are being rendered.

Lithuania education system
Lithuania education system regions:

  • Higher education institutions ( state , non-state )

    • Universities ( state , non-state )

    • Colleges ( state , non-state )

  • Other providers of higher education institutions ( non-state )

Higher education institutions
Higher Education Institutions regions:

There are two types of higher education institutions in Lithuania: universities and colleges. In universities („akademijoje" (academy), „seminarijoje" (seminary), „aukštojoje mokykloje" (higher education institution)) the university type studies dominate. In colleges non-university studies dominate.

  • Lithuanian higher education institutions are either state or non-state. Non-state higher education institutions can pursue their activities according to a licence issued by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania.

Higher education institutions state non state
Higher education institutions ( state , non-state) regions:

  • Universities:

    • state,

    • non-state.

  • Colleges:

    • state,

    • non-state.

Universities state non state 21
Universities ( state , non-state ) 21 regions:

  • Kaunas University of Medicine

  • Kaunas University of Technology

  • Lithuanian Academy of Physical Education

  • Lithuanian Veterinary Academy

  • Vytautas Magnus University

  • Lithuanian University of Agriculture

  • Klaipeda University

  • Siauliai University

  • The General Jonas Zemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania

  • Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre

  • Mykolas Romeris University

  • Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts

  • Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

  • Vilnius Pedagogical University

  • Vilnius University

  • Bishop Vincentas Borisevicius Seminary of Telsiai

  • "ISM University of Management and Economics", JSC

  • European Humanities University, Public Institution

  • International Business School at Vilnius University, Public Institution

  • Bussines Law Academy of Vilnius, Public Institution

  • Vilnius St. Joseph's Seminary

Colleges state non state 27
Colleges ( state , non-state ) 27 regions:

  • Alytus College

  • Kaunas College

  • Kaunas Technical College

  • Stasys Salkauskis College

  • Kaunas College of Forestry and Environmental Engineering

  • Klaipeda College

  • Klaipeda State College

  • Lithuanian Maritime Academy

  • Marijampole College

  • Panevezys College

  • Zemaitija College

  • Siauliai College

  • Utena College

  • Vilnius College

  • Vilnius College of Technologies and Design

  • V. A. Graiciunas Higher School of Management

  • Kolping College, Public Institution Klaipėda Business College, Public Institution Social Sciences College Public Institution West Lithuania Business College, Public Institution College of Management, Law and Languages of Siauliai Region North Lithuania College, Public Institution Vilnius Management School, Public Institution Vilnius Law and Business College, Public Institution Vilnius Business College, Public Institution Vilnius College of Design Vilnius Co-operative College, Public Institution

Klaip da state college
Klaipėda regions:State College

  • Klaipėda State College is a public higher (non-university) educational institution of Lithuanian Republic the activities of which are based on the Constitution and laws of Lithuanian Republic, as well as on resolutions of Lithuanian Government and legal acts of the Ministry of Education and Science.

  • Non-university studies prevail at the college. Besides, Lithuanian residents are provided with a possibility to acquire higher education and vocational qualifications in social, technological area

Facult ies
Facult regions:ies

  • Faculty of Technology

  • Faculty of Social Sciences

    • Faculty of Pedagogy

  • Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty of technology study programs
Faculty of Technology Study programs regions:

  • Road haulage

    Specializations: Organization of Dangerous Cargo Carriages. Organization of International Carriages

  • Road vehicle operationSpecializations: Body Service. Engine Maintain and Service

  • Electrical and automation equipmentSpecializations: Consumer Electrical Equipment and Network. The Control of Technological Equipment and Systems

  • Mechanical engineering and maintenanceSpecializations: Hardware Production. Metalwork Equipment Maintenance and Repair

Faculty of technology study programs1
Faculty of Technology Study programs regions:

  • Food production technology

    Specializations: Food Production and Trade Technology. Fish Production Technology

  • Computer programming

    Specializations: Program Development, Information Service

  • Building

  • Plant and landscape designSpecializations: Homestead Greenery Design, Landscape Keeping Technology, Interior Decoration with PhotocompositionsGeodesy

    • Specializations: Applied Geodesy, Land Management, Geodetic information systems

Faculty of social sciences study programs
Faculty of Social Sciences regions:Study programs

  • Finance

    • Specializations: Investment Management, Taxes and Tax Administration

  • Office and Enterprise administration

    • Specializations: Enterprise Administration, Administration of State and Public Institutions

  • Logistics management

    • Specializations: Transport logistics, Sales logistics

  • Tourism administration

  • Business management

    • Specializations: Management of Marketing, Finance Management

  • Trade management (in business facultaty)

    • Specializations: Management of international trade, Management of sales, Agro industrial trade, Trade in agricultural machinery and automobiles

Faculty of pedagogy study programs
Faculty of Pedagogy regions:Study programs

Faculty of health sciences study programs
Faculty of Health Sciences regions:Study programs

Robots regions: