INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF LAW AND BUSINESS (ISLB) WELCOMES ERASMUS STUDENTS
Information for Incoming Erasmus Students
Admission to ISLB is open to all international students from our partner institutions. Once you have decided to study at ISLB, you have to go through a selection process at your home institution. Afterwards you need to fill in :
For Autumn Semester - 1st of June
For Spring Semester - 1st of December
After we receive the above mentioned documents, we will forward the Learning agreement for approval to the selected faculty. When the faculty accepts the prososed study programme in the Learning agreement, Erasmus Office issues an Acceptance letter and approved Learning Agreement. After you have received the approved Learning Agreement, you may continue with other procedures at your home Institution regarding the Erasmus+ programme.
When you have everything set up, please do not forget to inform the ISLB Erasmus Coordinator about your arrival date - firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to welcome you to ISLB and provide you specialized education in English taught by professional international and Lithuanian lecturers.
ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2021/22
- Starts on the 1st of September
- 1st of November is All Saints' Day
- The Christmas Holidays last from the 24th of December till 2nd of January
- Welcome week 30 August - 3 September (participation is strongly recommended)
- Classes 6 September - 17 December
- Exam session 20 - 23 December
- Exam retake possibility (in a distance on Moodle) 3 - 10 January
- Starts on the 1st of February
- 16th of February is Independence Day
- 11th of March is the day of Restoration of Independence
- Easter Holidays are in March or April
- 1st Sunday of May is The Mothers' Day
- Welcome week 1 - 4 February (participation is strongly recommended)
- Classes 7 February - 20 May
- Exam session 23 - 31 May
- Exam retake possibility (in a distance on Moodle) 6 - 10 June
ORGANIZATION OF STUDIES AND WORK AT INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF LAW AND BUSINESS IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-2022
The study process will be organized remotely online until the Government's decision regarding the quarantine and state-level emergency is changed. All students will be informed when study process is shifted back to face-to-face or blended mode.
Blended study process
Lecture schedules are designed to minimize the movement of academic groups between auditoriums. Breaks are planned between classes to allow enough time for proper ventilation and cleaning of the premises.
The study process is laid out in a mixed way, both direct and remote. More detailed information will be provided for each group.
ISLB uses the learning environment MOODLE, the communication channel is ZOOM platform. The content and tasks of distance learning education are published in the MOODLE environment.
Timetables, based on which students will be working during the semester, will be made and announced on official website of the ISLB last week of January. All students will receive the link to the timetables to their e-mails.
The access to the Moodle platform will be created automatically, when student is added to the ISLB system. Enrollment to each course of studies during Spring Semester will be done in International Study Center on each student's request. Please do not forget to contact International Study Center using following e-mails: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
If during the semester pandemic situation changed, the ISLB might make decision to launch on-campus studies and students will be obliged to attend classes on the ISLB campus. Students will be informed about that in advance.
Documents to be issued, questions, enquiries and all things related with international studies are managed by International Study Center office no. 207, contacts email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com . If you had to collect original documents ordered in advance or to meet us in person - Darius I. and Emmanuel W. A. are working in the office, not remotely. If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact or to meet them in office 207. Dovile P. is working remotely with access to her emails and phone.
- Use personal protective equipment, take care of personal hygiene: wear nose and mouth protection, especially in places where it is not possible to keep a safe distance (more than 2 meters) from other people and in places where people who are not normally in contact are encountered.
- Follow the cough, sneeze etiquette (cough or sneeze under a disposable napkin or on the inside of the bent elbow).
- Wash your hands with soap and water as often as possible, soaping your hands for at least 20 seconds. If it is not possible to wash your hands, use hand antiseptics (disinfectants).
- Avoid touching face, eyes, nose, mouth with unwashed hands.
- Disinfectant fluids for hands can be found at the entrances to the ISLB building.
Wearing masks indoors
All persons involved into the higher education process - students, employees, including lecturers, must wear protective equipment (face masks, respirators, other devices) covering the nose and mouth in common indoor spaces (e.g. corridors, canteens, etc.).
Masks may not be worn by persons with disabilities who are unable to wear them due to their medical condition. If a person is unable to wear the mask due to their health condition or the specifics of the activity performed, other personal protective equipment may be chosen instead.
During the lectures
The teachers must keep a distance of 2 meters to the students during the lecture, a face mask should be worn throughout the duration of face-to-face lecture.
- Persons who are required to be in self-isolation and persons living with them during the period of isolation are prohibited from entering the ISLB.
- Persons with acute upper respiratory diseases, other signs of infectious diseases (e.g. runny nose, cough, difficulty in breathing, etc.), fever (37.3 ° C and above) are not allowed to enter the ISLB premises.
- A student or staff member who has fever (37.3 ° C and above) or signs of acute upper respiratory disease, other signs of infectious diseases (e.g. runny nose, cough, difficulty in breathing, etc.) during lectures or work must immediately abandon the school premises and apply for consultation on the Hotline tel. 1808 or contact their family doctor.
- Students must immediately inform the school administration if COVID-19 disease has been diagnosed to them. Upon receipt of this information, the higher education institution immediately informs the National Center for Public Health under the Ministry of Health (hereinafter - NVSC), cooperates with the NVSC in identifying exposed persons and applying 14 days of self-isolation, and decides on group / flow distance learning. Depending on the state of health, persons subject to isolation participate in the educational process in distant mode.