Lithuanian University of Health Sciences

  • Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LUHS)


Admission Procedure at the LUHS

Admission Procedure at the LUHS

In order to be able to study at the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, there are certain requirements that the application documents have to comply with.  They have to be fulfilled so that registration is not a problem.

In addition, every applicant has to take and pass a written admission test. It has two parts:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry

Each part has 20 multiple-choice questions. There are 5 answers to each one, from which only one is right. Each part lasts an average of 30 minutes.

The admission tests are organised and offered by MSA in different places in Germany.  You will find more details in our section Dates Overview.

At the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences you can start your studies in September.

In case you are interested, from MSA we will give you a list of the admission requirements, and we are happy to advise you by phone. It is important that your documents reach us on time in the given application period, so that we can look for errors and make sure that the documents fulfil the requirements. Furthermore, MSA will provide you with learning material, which will help you to prepare for the written admission test.

In order to receive all the information about the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, send us an e-mail with your address, landline phone number, mobile phone number, qualifications and a certification of your level of English.  If you already have a higher education degree, please tell us which one, and when and where it was taken.

In order to contact us, please use the contact form or call us at 0049 (0) 1805 – 530 531*.
(*€ 0.14/min. from a German landline. Mobile telephone max. € 0.42/min.)

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

Notes regarding the accreditation and recognition of the degree:
You have doubts about the recognition of the degree in your country? It is the easiest way to directly address the responsible authorities or professional associations in the respective country for more information about the conditions and the complete registration and recognition of the degree.