Student visa . 19 Jul 2019 .

Student Visa from Nigeria to Lithuania

  • A foreigner who wants to stay and study in Lithuania will require either a student visa or a student residence permit.
  • The Lithuania student visa and the residence permit do not refer to the same document.
  • Lithuania student visa is a temporary short-term permit that is issued to a foreign student who wants to stay and study in Lithuania for a maximum of 90 days (3 months).
  • Lithuania student residence permit is issued to a foreign student to wants to stay and study in Lithuania for duration of more than 90 days (3 months).
  • As soon as you have been admitted by the University of Lithuania, you can download your letter of acceptance in Mobility Online and apply for your short-term residence permit in Lithuania.
  • The permit office at the University of Lithuania will contact you after your admission to help you with your short-term residence permit and Schengen visa.
  • Normally, Lithuania residence permits for students are granted for one year at a time.
  • A student visa is suitable for those foreign students who plan to take a short-term language course in Lithuania or want to appear in an entrance examination.
  • A student residence permit is suitable for those foreign students who have been accepted into a full-term degree course in Lithuania.
  • To be eligible for Lithuania Student Visa or Residence Permit, you must provide the official letter of acceptance issued by your hosting Lithuania university or educational institute or polytechnic.
  • You must provide proof of your financial ability so as to support yourself financially during your entire period of study in Lithuania and for your return transportation.
  • At present, a student must have at least EUR 600 per month for staying in Lithuania. This means the student must have a minimum of EUR 7,200 per year for their expenses in Lithuania.
  • Applicants are advised to make sure their passport is valid for at least three (3) months after the end of their intended travel and that it has been issued no later than ten (10) years ago.
  • The embassy or consulate you are using reserves the right to ask for additional documents or a second appearance for an interview in special cases.
  • Submission of the above-mentioned documents does not guarantee that a visa is granted.
  • Submission of incomplete documentation or refusal to appear for a special visa interview may result in the rejection of your application.


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