Vilnius University is open for students with disabilities and seeks to create equal opportunities to study for all members of the community. In order to ensure appropriate study environment for students with disabilities, we take into account their individual needs and use flexible study forms.
Students with disabilities include those who have long-term physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairments which in interaction with various barriers may hinder their full and effective participation in the study process on an equal basis with others. Students who have long-term psychosocial, autism spectrum, attention deficit disorders, learning impairments or difficulties (such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, etc.) are also included in the definition of students with disabilities and can apply for support.
Apart from individualisation of the study process, some students with disabilities are eligible for financial support, they can be provided with assistive technology. If you have a disability, please complete this form before the start of the semester. The Disability Affairs Coordinator will contact you to discuss your individual needs. More information on studies and disability – here.
The university aims to create a study and work environment that promotes individual, social and cultural diversity and ensures equal opportunities for members of the University’s community.
Particular attention shall be paid to ensuring equal opportunities in the areas of disability, gender equality, different cultures, social status, better balance between study and (or) work commitments with personal commitments, development of antidiscrimination measures. Equal opportunities coordinators Lina Garbenciute and Ruta Ruolyte-Verschoore: email@example.com
The University seeks to develop and ensure an organisational culture that enables everyone to feel safe and accepted, to foster his/her individuality and to realise his/her potential. Each of us has a responsibility not to, through actions and words, contribute to creating a hostile environment for an individual person or a group.
If you have experienced or witnessed sexual harassment as well as discrimination based on gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity or any other basis of discrimination, we encourage you to report it to the Trust Line. Each case will be investigated by experts in their field, guaranteeing complete confidentiality. Ruta Ruolyte-Verschoore Trust line: firstname.lastname@example.org
The main objective of the Student Life Guide is to encourage students’ autonomy, different activities and also to ensure the smooth integration to the biggest academic community in Lithuania. Besides that, it is also a great communication tool that lets the first year students to get acquainted with their rights, duties and most important university’s processes in order to successfully start and end the study years.
In the Student Life Guide you can find the answers to the questions regarding the study process, financial support, the student card, library’s and other university’s facilities’ services, activities after lectures and much more!
For more than 10 years the Student Life Guide has been a publication in which the first year students could find the useful, beneficial and clearly presented information about what is waiting for them by taking this new step in their lives. This year the project has moved to the Internet which made fiding the needed information much easier!
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