First, you must submit a request for consideration to the Baltic Center Representative Office. After reviewing the submitted documents, the applicant will receive the necessary forms to process the application. Deadlines for applying for government funding vary depending on the type of scholarship. To clarify deadlines, contact the representative office staff. If there is no Baltic Center representative office in your country, you can send the documents by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
To register an application, we need the following documents in 2 copies:
First-year students must submit: a notarized copy of their high school diploma, a transcript, and a bachelor's degree (if the bachelor's degree has already been completed). The documents must be in English. If the original document is in another language, a notarized translation is required.
Payment of the registration fee of the selected university
After reviewing the documents, you must take a free English test at the Baltic Centre (if you have an IELTS or TOEFL certificate, you must present the original or send a copy). You will also need to take the other tests required for admission to the university.
Upon receipt of the documents and a positive examination result, a letter of acceptance into the ranks of the students will be sent.
Rules for submitting documents for a grant, scholarship