International Exchange

Center for International Education (CIE) offers LCC students incredible study abroad opportunities outside Europe. Currently there are six programs you can choose from:


LCC students can apply to go to study to SIAS International University in Xinzheng. Please browse the programs and exciting opportunities this University has to offer!


  • LCC regular tuition
  • Travel to and from the host institution
  • Orientation program
  • Books, stationery, etc.
  • Travel documentation, visas, etc.
  • Accommodation and living expenses at Sias International University
  • Health coverage relevant to the exchange institution and country


LCC has a partnership with Caucasus University in Tbilisi.

When considering this University as your choice of exchange, please note that only Business department courses are offered in English. Please visit the University website to find out what your study experience could be like.


  • Regular LCC tuition
  • Housing (no residence halls provided by the University)
  • Travel expenses
  • Visa & insurance


LCC students can apply to go to study to Universitas Pelita Harapan in Indonesia. Please browse the programs and exciting opportunities this University has to offer!


  • Travel
  • Visa & insurance
  • Regular LCC tuition
  • Housing at UPH and living expenses
  • Books and supplies

South Korea

In South Korea LCC has three partner Universities:

All three universities are open to all majors and courses are taught in English.


  • Travel and visa
  • Regular LCC tuition
  • Housing
  • Meal tickets
  • Books and supplies

There is an opportunity for EU citizens to apply for the ASEM-DUO scholarship.

Study Abroad North America

LCC International University believes that students are challenged and stretched through the process of adapting to new cultures. Cultural sensitivity, adaptability and long term cross-cultural relationships are the desired results of this cultural exchange.

Two to four LCC students will have an opportunity to study at Gordon College through a LCC – Gordon student exchange agreement. The inviting school and LCC pay for most of the student’s tuition and living expenses while they are studying abroad. Gordon is one of the top Christian colleges in the US, open to all majors.


You will pay your regular tuition and Neumann Hall fees for a two person side in a five person room for one semester. There will be a few additional costs that you need to keep in mind (e.g. trip to the US Embassy in Vilnius).

Included in your semester

  • 15–16 (North American) / 30 (LCC) semester hours
  • Housing at Gordon
  • US student visa
  • Round trip to and from the US
  • Textbooks
  • Insurance


What if I receive a scholarship at LCC?

While being at Gordon you will still be treated as an LCC student here on campus; thus, you will have to pay what you usually pay each semester. The only difference is that you will be asked to pay the dorm fees for Neumann even if you live in Enns.

Can I study at Gordon and participate in Work and Travel program?

No, you won’t be able to stay and work after your semester at Gordon is over, since you will be going to the US on the student visa. If you have signed up to participate in Work and Travel, you will have to come back to Lithuania, apply for work visa and go back to the US. The same principle applies to students studying abroad in the fall. You will have to come back to Lithuania after Work and Travel and only then apply for your student visa.

Will my monthly stipend cover my meals?

Gordon College has a meal plan that will provide you with three meals a day. The stipend will cover some of the small expenses like toiletries, school supplies and such.

Do I have to pay dorm fees if I am not living in the dorms?

Yes, you will be asked to cover the fees for one semester at Neumann Hall on a two person side in a five person room. Students living in Enns Hall will be asked to pay for Neumann Hall.

New York City semester in Journalism at King’sCollege

NYCS in Journalism - spend a semester learning from top-notch journalism faculty and interning at a news media organization in the journalism capital of America. Studying with professors who are deeply rooted in Christian faith , NYCSJ students cultivate their commitment to the truth and to the skill to tell it well. 

NYCSJ is a 15 credit program (30 ECTS) and it is designed according to the course framework below:

  • Foundations of Journalism (3credits)
  • Entrepreneurial Journalism (3 credits)
  • Internship (6 credits)
  • Elective (3 credits)


  • Tuition and housing at King’s College  – 12,500 $ (available scholarships up to 10,000 $)
  • Student is responsible for covering the cost of a round trip airfare to/from New York.
  • Student is responsible for applying and covering all fees related to obtaining a valid US visa.

* student will be required to take academic leave for the semester, however, all earned credits will be recognized and added to the degree.


Participants are selected by LCC Erasmus+ Committee on the basis of the following criteria:

  • Second-fourth year students: (Study Abroad North America program – only 3rd  year students; American Studies Program – only 2nd and 3rd year students; All programs – students in their 4th year can participate in the exchange program only with an approval of department chair.)
  • (CUM GPA of 7.50+; 8.0+ for Study Abroad North America and American Studies Program)
  • Motivation to study outside Europe
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Language skills
  • Student’s goals fit the host institution study program

Application Process

Application deadline for Fall 2018 – Spring 2019 is March 2, 2018.

In order to apply for one of the International Exchange programs, please first of all check the courses that are offered at the host university whether they suit your study program. Then please submit:

Selected Students

Things to do after you are chosen: