Vytautas Magnus University (VMU) was first established in 1922 and received its current name in 1930. The university, which was re-founded in 1989, has also gained its principles of education of today. Vytautas Magnus University is distinguished from other universities by its scientific studies, its approach to students, and approaches to regulating social life in the academic sense. In addition, another goal of the university is to foster academic progress and cultural identity in Lithuanian society.
In addition to encouraging students ‘self-development, critical thinking skills and creativity on topics such as education, learning, research ability and innovation, VMU is a university that aims to increase students’ aspirations and capacities for lifelong learning throughout the world.
VMU has gained a reputation as a university with a globally oriented, free-spirited, liberal mentality. Training to be taken at VMU is a formative step in the lives of our students by increasing not only career opportunities but also personal development, character strength and personal development. Studying at the VMU means enabling a broader perspective, problem analysis, critical thinking ability, adaptability to global issues and society and developing and transferring scientific skills by providing a curious-learning relationship.