Lithuanian University of Health Sciences

Founded in 1919, the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LUHS) proudly stands as the largest educational institution specializing in biomedical sciences within Lithuania. Initially established as the Medical Academy of the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, it later transitioned into the "Faculty of Medicine" of the University of Lithuania.

In 2010, the Lithuanian Veterinary Academy and Kaunas University of Medicine merged to create the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. This public university currently boasts a student body exceeding 6,000, comprising both domestic and international students. Notably, international students make up 20% of the total student population.

With an active student community representing 76 countries, including Germany, Israel, the United Kingdom, South Korea, and Sweden, among others, the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences fosters a diverse and inclusive learning environment. The university's teaching staff consists of over 1,000 dedicated professionals, including lecturers, PhD holders, professors, assistants, and associate professors.