LCC International University

About LCC International University

Born in the whirlwind of historical events, LCC International University is an open place where transformation happens. It changes students, instructors, and those who choose to share the journey.
LCC International University is a nationally and internationally recognized liberal arts institution in Klaipėda, Lithuania. Established in 1991 by a joint venture of Lithuanian, Canadian and American foundations, LCC has distinguished itself in the region by offering a unique, future-oriented style of education and an interactive academic environment.
We believe that LCC offers a unique missional experience to those who are interested in using the Christian liberal arts educational model and a relational campus community in engaging students in transformational education. The scope of this mission now extends to 50+ countries, as more than 65% of our students come from outside of Lithuania. In fact, we essentially offer an opportunity to affect lives in countries that would be very difficult to enter in other ways, countries such as Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Belarus, and more recently Syria and Iraq, etc. As you are considering the possibility of joining LCC, please note that the footprint of the opportunities extends far beyond the small country of Lithuania.


Resident Assistant

July 2018 - July 2018 Klaipėda, Klaipėda
“I loved living in such a culturally diverse community. We had about 150 residents from 30 or so different countries. On my floor alone, there were people from around 7 different countries. It was an eye opening experience that immersed everyone in a community geared towards learning intercultural communication, growth, and community development.”

English Teacher

June 2018 - June 2018 Klaipėda, Klaipėda
“I absolutely loved being in a classroom with kids coming from all sorts of different backgrounds. It was fun to teach them about English and American culture, while they also taught me about their Lithuanian/Russian cultures as well. It was fun being in a new environment and helped me grow and think in new ways.”
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