VU Business School Together With CERN is Changing the Traditional Study Model

  Artificial intelligence, genetic engineering, electromobiles or quantum computers are the next generation technology innovations the world is focusing on today. They change not only industry, but also the lives of each of us and future generations. The need for specialists able to operate in the dynamic business environment and implement...



Become VU Student for a Day on 19-30 April

We are excited to invite you to Become Vilnius University Student for a Day, the event taking place on 19-30 April. This is a great opportunity to step into the shoes of VU students and be part of online lectures or seminars. Lecturers and current students look forward to welcoming you! You...



Vilnius University Introduces a New Era of Scientific Investigations: New High P…

  Vilnius University (VU) introduces a new era of scientific investigations in Lithuania with a tenfold boost in processing power from its new high-performance computing cluster. To meet the need to enable students and researchers to undertake new areas of scientific investigation the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics of VU decided...



VU Scientists: Cyber Espionage Threat Growing

The State Security Department of the Republic of Lithuania has recently presented an assessment of national security threats to the public. It states that in 2020 there were many instances of cyber-attacks, with websites of institutions being repeatedly hacked, and fraudulent emails with fake information being sent. Experts from Vilnius...



Arqus Twinning Activities Accelerated – Dates and Mobilities Planned

The Arqus European University Alliance, which brings together the universities of Bergen, Granada, Graz, Leipzig, Lyon, Padova and Vilnius, completed the application process for its unique Twinning activities and announced the selected participants. Vilnius University, which received the most applications out of all seven universities, is planning to carry out...



VU and Partners Aim to Improve the Competences of Cybersecurity Specialists

Highly skilled cybersecurity specialists are in demand all over the world. In more than 90% of cyber incidents an individual is either an indirect perpetrator of a cybercrime (a victim) or a specialist who protects infrastructures and has sufficient subject-related and generic competences. There has been little research to properly...


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