LSP and ISIC is the Lithuanian Student Cards: it’s the only official proof of student status. Currently, LSP is produced by the only organisation representing students’ interests at a national level – the Lithuanian Students’ Union (LSU).
LSP and ISIC cards provides you with public transport discounts, which means that you can travel up to 80% cheaper on public transport in the city and 50% cheaper on public transport in the intercity. ISIC and LSP cards is your public transport ticket! If you have an one of these cards, you don’t have to worry about forgetting your public transport ticket – your Vilnius Card (Vilniečio kortelė) is already on your student card.
The VBC email account is intended for communication with the VBC administration, lecturers, fellow students and for receiving all the necessary information about the study process and activities organised at the College.
How to join?
When your college email account is created, you will receive an automatic notification to the email address you have specified in your study contract. You will need to activate your email account within 48 hours of receiving the notification.
Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) http://mano.kolegija.lt
Moodle is for:
- Subject study material
- Study documents
- Timetables for lectures, exams and retakes
You will receive a full information pack on how to log in, what to do if you forget your password, etc., by email.
Vilnius Business College social media accounts:
Lecture timetable can be found in the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) http://mano.kolegija.lt
Study year calendar is here: https://www.kolegija.lt/en/academic-calendar/
You can find information about our Library and the information resources it offers here: https://www.kolegija.lt/en/library
For information on possible sources of funding, click here: https://www.kolegija.lt/en/vbc-scholarships/
The Code of General and Academic Ethics, which defines the College’s academic values, ensuring transparency of the research and study process, academic integrity, mutual trust, respect, equality, justice, non-discrimination, responsibility, sustainable use of resources, academic freedom, impartiality in the evaluation of research and study work, and protection of intellectual property. DOCUMENT
The Regulation of Studies of Vilnius Business College, which defines the process of studies at Vilnius Business College, determines the duties, rights, conditions and relations of students and listeners with Vilnius Business College. DOCUMENT
Vilnius Business College’s procedure for the assessment of study results, which defines the principles and criteria for the assessment of study results, the assessment of students and the information on the procedure for the assessment of study results at the College. DOCUMENT
All documents that regulate the organisation of studies can be found here – in the organisation of studies section.
If you want to get involved in the activities of our Student Council, please register online and you will informed about the upcoming Student Council meeting.
If you want to get involved in the activities of Student Council, please register here REGISTRATION and we will inform you about the upcoming Student Council meeting.
VBC offers its students the opportunity to study and do traineeships at foreign higher education institutions, businesses or organisations under the ERASMUS+ programme.
The aim of this programme is to give students the opportunity to gain even more academic and practical knowledge and to improve their foreign language skills.
The following surveys are run at Vilnius Business College:
- Student survey at the end of the semester,
- Alumni survey,
- First year students survey.
A survey of first-year students is currently underway – SURVEY.
If you have any comments on the processes taking place in VBC, you can express your views by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participation in the surveys is anonymous. The results of the surveys are used for updating courses, evaluating the work of lecturers, reviewing and updating study programmes. The general results of the surveys are discussed at Rector’s and Deans’ Offices and Department meetings.