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2023 01 04
Almost €78 million for mission-based science and innovation programmes

The Ministry of the Economy and Innovation, together with the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport, brings together the strongest science and business sectors to tackle society's most pressing problems.

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2022 12 08
Ministers of Education discussed the creation of inclusive and equitable society through education

Today, the meeting of the Ministers of Education of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) was held. The main topic of the discussions was creation of inclusive and equitable society through education.

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2022 11 24
European Commission: changes launched in Lithuania can help narrow gaps in learning achievements of pupils from urban and rural areas

The changes implemented in Lithuania – the Programme of Millennium Schools, changes in the achievement assessment system can reduce achievement gaps, exclusion of rural area and cities, inequal opportunities to pursue quality education.

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2022 11 07
Minister J. Šiugždinienė met with OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities Kairat Abdrakhmanov

Minister of Education, Science and Sports Jurgita Šiugždinienė met with High Commissioner on National Minorities of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Kairat Abdrakhmanov. It is their second meeting, the first was held online.

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2022 10 21
Leaders of European manufacture innovations: Lithuania is becoming a manufacturing centre in Europe

The Minister of Education, Science and Sport Jurgita Šiugždinienė has met with EIT Manufacturing CEO Klaus Beetz to discuss partnership in enhancing the entrepreneurial skills at higher education and science institutions of Lithuania and innovative business engagement with education and science.

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2022 10 19
€77.7 million description of conditions for funding mission-driven science and innovation programmes was submitted for public discussion

€77.7 million will be allocated for mission-driven science and innovation programmes. In preparation for the launch of the new funding tool for addressing public concerns, the description of conditions for funding this project was submitted for public discussion.

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2022 09 27
PISA initiator A. Schleicher: Lithuania has undertaken difficult, but necessary reforms

Andreas Schleicher, Director of the Education and Skills Directorate of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and special advisor to the Secretary General on educational policy issues, noted the importance of the decisions taken by Lithuania in the field of general education.

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2022 09 19
Meda Surdokaitė among the best young scientists in the European Union

Meda Surdokaitė’s research won first place in the European Union Young Scientists Competition in the Netherlands. Meda was also awarded a special prize – an invitation to the Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm.

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2022 08 18
Mission-based science and innovation programmes to start in autumn with almost €78 million

The Ministry of the Economy and Innovation, together with the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport, is launching mission-driven science and innovation programmes to help target investment in science and innovation, while tackling pressing societal challenges. 

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2022 07 05
Sports ministers are firm: Russia has no place in international sports organizations during the on-going war in Ukraine

Sports ministers and politicians of 35 states have signed their second statement on suspension of Russia and Belarus’ athletes and organizations from participating in international sports.

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2022 06 03
Ukrainian school graduates residing in Lithuania will take an entrance test to universities in Ukraine

The Ministry of Education, Science and Sport of the Republic of Lithuania and the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine have enabled Ukrainians in Lithuania to take an entrance test to higher education institutions in Ukraine. 

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2022 05 23
Lithuanian colleges are offering short-cycle Informatics studies

2022 admission to short-cycle studies at higher education institutions starts on June 1st. This academic year, short-cycle studies in Lithuania are being introduced for the first time. Graduates of short-cycle studies will be able to gain the most marketable qualifications in just 1,5 to 2 years.

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