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Information about Lithuanian Student Identity Card (LSIC), volunteering, international projects, documents, etc.



KTU volunteers take the most important part in all the activities organised by the University. No event would succeed without these people. Volunteering opens opportunities for everyone, regardless of their gender, age, race or beliefs. This is the  position where you can test yourself in different areas, overcome new challenges, build relations with new people or maybe even start your career. Also, volunteers are involved in the motivational programme and Digital Badges system, where their achievements are assessed. Join us, together we are strong!

Description of the procedure of volunteering (in Lithuanian) can be found here.


Domantas Bieliūnas

Human Resources

phone: +370 61060628



Dormitory Committee (a replacement of the former Dormitory Council) is a KTU SA governing body which oversees and connects together the community of the 12 dormitories of the university. The goal of each Dormitory Coordinator is not only to encourage sociality and community spirit, but also be the voice of students and represent their shared opinion.

All KTU dormitory buildings are in the student campus or nearby. Most of them have study and rest zones, self-service laundry, and wireless internet. More information on the dormitories, accommodation and room reservation in


Justas Čėsna


phone: +370 62052640

Contacts of the Administrative Staff of the Dormitories

Position Person E-mail
Dormitory Manager of 2, 3, 4 dorm Reda Muliuolytė
Dormitory Manager of 5, 7, 8 dorm Odeta Bulotienė
Dormitory Manager of 10, 11, 16 dorm Kristina Klimova
Dormitory Administrator of 13, 14, 15 dorm Irena Šadzevičiūtė-Skupskienė
Head of Student Accommodation Centre Indrė Karbauskienė
Head of Student Affairs Department Kristina Skučienė
Head of Real Estate Administration Gediminas Kasilauskas

Contacts of Dormitory Chairmen


Dorm Chairman Phone E-mail
2 Tadas Semionovas +370 613 30 290
3 Evelina Idzelytė +370 673 70 170
4 Tautvilė Bartkutė +370 600 40 295
5 Sasank Dhara +370 638 17 365
7 Philip Roshan Charuvil +370 633 69 037
8 Irmantė Gudomskaitė +370 647 28 915
11 Dovilė Pupeikytė +370 623 70 900
13 Iveta Rutkauskaitė +370 689 56 547
14 Matas Latvėnas +370 603 02 163
15 Karolis Girdenis +370 624 93 611
16 Dominykas Jankauskas +370 672 60 482



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KTU SU Conference is the highest management body of KTU SU. During the Conference, KTU SU President and members of KTU Senate and KTU Council are elected.

Protocols of previous Conferences can be found here.

Parliament is the collegial governing body of KTU SU, where the most important decisions for the Union are taken by FSU chairmen and the President.

Protocols of 2011 – 2017 KTU SU Parliament meetings can be found here.
Protocols of 2018 years KTU SU Parliament meetings can be found here.

Key legal documents of KTU SU can be found here.

All of the KTU SA document templates can be found here.

You can find our privacy policy here.

Information about KTU SU activity during recent years can be found here.


Lithuanian Student Identity Card

LSIC benefits and discounts

  • LSIC will be needed to use the University Library, various inventory, and during the exams.
  • Full-time students with LSIC travel 50% cheaper with intercity public transport and 80% cheaper with urban public transport.
  • Public transport benefits do not apply for part-time students.
  • A provisional certificate is not issued during the production or renewal of LSIC.
  • Both full-time and part-time students with LSIC participate in the discount programme and receive discounts for purchases, entertainment and various services throughout Lithuania. You can find the list of discounts at

LSIC order

To order a LSIC, the following steps are taken:

  1. Registration in the LSIC system ( and new LSIC order
  2. Upon receipt of the confirmation about produced LSIC, go to the selected place of delivery and withdraw the new LSIC.

You can see the status of your produced LSIC at by logging in to your account.

LSIC return

  1. Students will be able to keep LSIC if it is already expired or will expire in less than three weeks.
  2. If a student completes or terminates studies, s/he MUST return the LSIC to KTU Students’ Association (K. Donelaičio st. 73, Kaunas) if the remaining expiration date of LSIC is more than 3 weeks.
    The hole will be punched through and the LSIC will be returned to the student.
  3. Upon completion or termination of the studies, the LSIC becomes invalid and the former student can no longer use it. The unlawful user of LSIC (when LSIC user is no longer a student) will be punished.


If LSIC was lost, the following steps are taken to order a new LSIC:

  1. Complete notification form, which can be found in the section “Document examples” at
  2. Deliver completed notification form to the KTU LSIC Coordinator (K. Donelaičio Street 73, Room 3)
  3. Order new LSIC at

If LSIC was lost, but the student does not want to order a new one, the following steps are taken:

  1. Complete notification form, which can be found in the section “Document examples” at
  2. Pay a fine of 37.65 EUR

Payment code: 103087
Receiver’s code: 190739547

Receiver: Lietuvos studentų sąjunga (Lithuanian National Union of Students)
The payment is accepted by: Swedbank LT547300010102444082
The purpose of payment: For unreturned LSIC
Payment amount: 37.65 EUR

  1. Deliver completed notification form and payment receipt to the KTU LSIC Coordinator (K. Donelaičio Street 73, Room 3).

Stolen LSIC

If LSIC was stolen, the following steps are taken:

  1. Complete notification form, which can be found in the section “Document examples” at
  2. Take a statement from the police station about stolen LSIC
  3. Deliver completed notification form and police statement to the KTU LSIC Coordinator (K. Donelaičio Street 73, room 3)
  4. Order new LSIC at

Other cases

In case of changed surname and/or name, form of studies and/or faculty or if LSIC was damaged:

LSIC price

LSIC price according to study cycles:
For first cycle (Bachelor’s) students – 16 EUR;
For second cycle (Master’s) students – 8 EUR;
For double degree (Bachelor’s + Master’s) students – 20 EUR;
For third cycle (Doctorate) students – 16 EUR;
For residents – 20 EUR;
For non-degree students – 6 EUR;
For international students – 6 EUR.

For remaking your LSIC during the same cycle – 6 EUR.


If you have any questions or wish to report loss of LSIC, contact:

Eglė Liubancaitė

Vice President of Organizational Development

phone: +370 66245685

Or visit us at: K. Donelaičio Street 73, KTU SU Central Office
Monday–Thursday, from 10:00 to 17:00
Friday, from 10:00 to 15:00.


Foundation for the Support of Students’ Organisations

KTU allocates funds to support students’ organisations every financial year. The funds can be used to support projects of KTU students’ organisations that operate at Kaunas University of Technology and carry out targeted, responsible and long-term activities.

The aim of funding students’ organisations is to ensure the quality of their activity, to promote mutual cooperation and development of human resources potential, as well as to encourage cultural and civic initiatives, entrepreneurship, to strengthen the activities of students’ organisations at local, national and international level.

The procedure for allocating funds to support KTU students’ organisations is regulated by the Description of KTU Students Organisations Support Procedure.

The submission of applications of 2020 spring semester projects is currently taking place.

Completed project application forms must be sent to: from November 20 until December 20, 23:59, indicating PROJECT as a subject of the message. Printed and signed applications for spring semester must be delivered from November 20 until December 18, to KTU Student Affairs Department (Studentų Street 50), room 122.

Only projects that were sent and delivered on time will be considered during the projects’ discussion meeting.

Only new projects that have not been undertaken or implemented will be considered as priority projects.

Augustinas Butkus

Organisational Matters

phone: +370 610 68 203


F. A. Q.

Failed examination can be retaken twice until the end of examination session: first retake is free of charge, the second one is charged with a fixed fee (€35).
For important reasons, the Dean may, by his order, extend this term, but not longer than until the end of the first month of the new semester.

Student is not charged if s/he gets ill and informs the Faculty Administration about it. Student must get a proof of illness from the doctor and bring it to the Faculty within 3 days after getting well.
If a student missed an exam because of illness, s/he can take it for free during the examination session.

It is the absence of a final evaluation for the module at the end of the semester, when a student does not pass semester self-study work and cannot take the examination, or when the examination is not passed.

If you have not passed only the exam, it can be taken externally (without attending lectures). The exam will be organised when this module is being taught (for example, the following year). The price is €30.

If you have not passed the self-study assessment of the module, you need to repeat the entire module. You need to fill an application at the Faculty Study Centre, telling in which semester you want to repeat the module (it can be repeated when it is taught, usually the following year). The price is calculated by multiplying the module credits by one credit cost (module credits x one credit cost).

  • If the semester is finished on time and with no academic debts and if the University is informed about the termination of studies before the start of the next semester.
  • If a student becomes disabled and submits a certificate confirming this.
  • If a student loses a state-funded study place, has no academic debts and terminates studies within 10 days after the publication of the results.
    If a student completes a semester with no academic debts and informs about the termination of studies within 10 days after the end of extended examination session.
  • If a student completes a semester abroad with no academic debts and informs about the termination of studies within 10 days after the end of semester.
  • If studies are terminated during the first semester before the beginning of the examination session.
  • Students who terminate their studies voluntarily.
  • Students who are removed from the school of higher education in accordance with the procedure established by them.

The academic group, dissatisfied with the work of a teacher, must write a complaint/request and collect the signatures of the members of the group. The complaint/request must contain a clear and argued reason for the refusal/replacement of the lecturer.

A student must inform the Faculty Study Centre about the illness, get a proof of the condition from the doctor and bring it to the Faculty within 3 days after getting well.

This is a student transfer from a state-funded study place to a not funded one, and vice versa. The rotation order applies to students who started their studies in the 2017/2018 academic year. Essential things:

  • Rotation is valid only for students of bachelor’s and integrated studies.
  • Rotation is conducted taking into account the student’s academic results for one academic year (September 1–August 31).
  • Only students with satisfactory academic results, without academic debts and with a typical or excellent level of achievement can candidate for a state-funded study place.
  • Comparative queues (queues of students participating in rotation) are compiled separately according to degree of study, field of study, courses, form of studies (full-time, part-time studies) and funding (state-funded, not funded).
  • Comparative queue involves students who:
    achieve threshold level in a state-funded study place or achieve excellent or typical level in not funded study place.
  • If a student obtains state-funded place, s/he has to write a request to switch study places within 2 working days after the publishing of comparative queues.
  • If a student loses state-funded place, s/he can either write a request to switch study places or terminate his studies within 2 working days after the publishing of comparative queues. Otherwise, it is considered that the student refuses to continue his studies, study contract is terminated and the student has to pay the fee for one semester.
  • Excellent: grades of at least 4 out of 5 modules are 9-10, others – no lower than 6-8;
  • Typical: grades of at least 3 out of 4 modules are 9-10 or 6-8, others – 5;
  • Threshold: passed all the modules, but is below the typical level.


The only one in Lithuania, Student Leisure Centre (SLC) of Kaunas University of Technology, was opened in 2009 and is the most successful joint project of KTU and KTU SA, which can be found at KTU 3rd dormitory (Studentų Street 69).

Here you can play pool, table tennis, table football, board games and Xbox for no any charge. There are several areas designated just for relaxing or learning. In the Leisure Centre you can find a small library, where you can read various fiction books, textbooks or educational books for different specialties. We host a variety of events, of which the most important is SLC birthday, full of fun tournaments with great prizes.

SLC is open on working days
From 09:00 to 02:00 (on Friday from 09:00 to 18:00).

Socialise. Take a break. Meet new people.

Come in!


If you want to become a part of our team, contact

Or contact SLC Coordinator:

Paula Juozaitytė

SLC Coordinator

phone: +370 691 71 235


International projects

Do you want to visit the United Kingdom? Or maybe Cyprus? Perhaps you are interested in how our neighbouring Poland is doing? Do you want to travel and explore but currently cannot afford it?

Follow the news on KTU SU Tarptautiniai Projektai Facebook page and represent KTU SU in international projects for a minimal and student-friendly price!

This is not only an opportunity to travel and explore other countries, but also to find new friends from different corners of the world, to get to know different cultures, to develop spoken English and/or another foreign language, and to have fun with other young people.

If you have any questions, contact: