Your long-term study period abroad can last a minimum of 2 months (or 1 academic term or semester) and a maximum of 12 months. Students can also do a blended mobility, combining a virtual period with a physical short or long-term mobility. The short-term physical presence abroad as part of blended mobility lasts a minimum of 5 days and a maximum of 30 days.

Celebrating Erasmus Days 2022 with the launch of the Erasmus+ Grant Simulator. Erasmus Student Network is thrilled to announce the public launch of the student-centred Erasmus Generation Portal, a landmark initiative to improve peer-to-peer information about student mobility, connect useful services for students, and increase civic engagement and social impact measurement on exchange.

The implementation of Erasmus+ mobility at LMA is coordinated by the International Relations Department. The selection is carried out in accordance with the selection criteria and tender procedure approved by LMA, dated 21 February 2023, No. V-30 and LMA internationalization strategy, dated 31 May 2022, No. V-81.

Applying for exchange studies the following documents are required:

  • Student Application form;
  • Erasmus+ program presentation event – in October 2023;
  • Learning Agreement. Before signing, please confirm your chosen subjects with LMA Erasmus+ Coordinator.
  • Copy of passport (copy of ID card is suitable only for EU citizens).

Main general criteria’s for selecting students:

  • No financial or academic debts;
  • Knowledge of a foreign language not lower than B1;
  • Study program offered by the host institution;
  • Foreign language skills;
  • Motivation to study abroad.

Deadlines. The application documents should be sent to International Relations Department by:

  • 15th of August for the fall semester;
  • 15th of January for the Spring semester.

Documents required for mobility after selection at LMA:

  1. Acceptance letter (received from the host institution);
  2. Study contract;
  3. Financial contract;
  4. Visa (for non-EU countries).

To find out more information, please contact LMA Erasmus+ institutional coordinator.


International Relations Department
Room 207
Phone +370 608 20140 (Viber, WhatsApp, Messenger, Telegram)
Head of International Relations Department dr. Simona Briedienė, e-mail 
International Relations Specialist Tatjana Lysenko, e-mail

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