Graduate Financial Aid

Financial aid (grants), scholarships, and tuition fees for graduate students enrolled in 2013

EHU provides financial aid (study grants and scholarships) to students who are citizens or permanent residents of the Republic of Belarus, on the basis of their entrance examination results.

The Lithuanian government provides special grants for Master students who are nationals of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine, as well as for foreign citizens of Lithuanian descent, to study in Lithuania's higher education institutions. For more information please see here.

Grants / Tuition Reductions

In accordance with the admissions plan approved by the EHU Senate in 2013, students of graduate programs–citizens and permanent residents of the Republic of Belarus–are offered places with tuition fees partially or fully covered by donors.

In the event that the graduate program admissions plan is fulfilled, five graduate students (citizens and permanent residents of the Republic of Belarus admitted to study at a graduate level on the basis of their academic rating after the entrance examinations) are entitled to receive a grant fully covering the tuition fee for one semester (EUR 600), and fifteen graduate students will receive grants partially covering their tuition fee (EUR 300) for the first semester of the academic year 2013/2014.

EHU Bachelor’s program graduates who received the Most Outstanding Student of the BA Program Certificate may choose to receive a tuition fee reduction out of the fifteen grants of EUR 300 in the first semester of the academic year 2013/2014.

Distribution of grants and tuition reductions for graduate students in the following semesters is administered on a competitive basis, taking into account the individual student's academic rating and research achievements in the last semester. (Further information here in Russian language.)

Criteria for the Granting of Financial Aid

Research Projects Competition

  • A Research Projects Competition is organized twice per year. EHU students enrolled in all academic programs and forms of study are eligible to apply. An applicant may be awarded up to EUR 600 in financial aid and is expected to conduct the proposed research project or organize an academic event.


  • High residence undergraduate and graduate students may apply for the Vladimir Fours Scholarship established by the EHU Governing Board. The scholarship provides an award of EUR 2000.

In 2013, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania is providing financial aid to seven Belarusian students for graduate studies in Lithuanian universities, including EHU. (Further information here in Russian language.)

Co-financed by:European Commission