It lays claim to an internationally recognized higher education system
Lithuania is ranked 59th by _U.S. News and World Report's_ most
recent higher education rankings. 
Home to 24 colleges and 22 universities offering a comprehensive
spectrum of internationally recognized academic programs and
It is relatively affordable
Lithuanian colleges and universities do charge tuition fees.
Generally lower than US and UK.
Eligible to apply for Lithuanian state scholarships.
Access to many cost-saving benefits, including the Lithuanian Student
Identity Card (LSP), International Student Identity Card (ISIC), and
Erasmus Student Network (ESN) card.
The cost of living in Lithuania is cheaper than 54 percent of the
countries in the world .
It's a great portal to the rest of Europe
Its people are friendly and welcoming
Lithuanian people are known for their welcoming, friendly attitudes.
Many of them are also bilingual.
The quality of life is high
Lithuania earns high marks for quality of life.
Ranked first in the CEE region (Central and Eastern Europe) in the
Green City Index and is also known for its world-class health
infrastructure and level of safety.
"Outside its cities and towns, Lithuania's greatest asset is its
This is a country of fresh, verdant pine forest and calm, clear
lakes, where escape to the countryside is never more than 30 minutes
from your door,” says Lietuvos Respublikos Vyriausybės Oficiali
The culture and food are extraordinary
Lithuania boasts a rich heritage and vibrant modern culture
The old town of capital Vilnius is on the UNESCO World Heritage List,
while the country's diverse population celebrates many international
events and festivities throughout the year