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Klaipeda University

Klaipeda University

Klaipeda University


Klaipeda University

Klaipeda University is a multidisciplinary educational institution, a national and Baltic Region leader in the field of marine sciences and studies integrated into international academic networks, fosterer of cultural heritage, and a centre for lifelong learning. Established on 1 January 1991, Klaipeda University started with three faculties; currently, its academic provision is delivered by three faculties and two research and study institutes. The University has about 3,000 students. Over 34,633 students have graduated from that Alma Mater.

Over 60 scientific research laboratories, a research vessel- laboratory Mintis, a research and training sailboat Brabander, and a yacht Odyssey as integral part of the KU marine research infra- structure play an important role in the University research activities; the KU community have access to under half a million copies of documents in the library funds; the University has its own publishing house and a botanical garden. The infrastructure is sufficient for the successful development of international level cultural activities, fundamental and applied research, and research and development projects in the fields of the humanities, physical, biomedical, technological, and social sciences.

Every year, the University implements over 60 international and national scientific projects, cooperates with academic and research partners in the countries of Europe and the world, and participates in the activities of international funds, programmes, and networks.

Campus Features

    Student services & facilities

    • Sports Club @Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
    • Cafeteria @University Campus
    • Botanical Garden @North part of the city


    • Klaipėda

      H. Manto gatvė,84, 92294, Klaipėda