LCC International University
The international university LCC (in the past - the Higher school of the Lithuanian Christian fund) is the educational institution of the humanities which is located in the city of Klaipeda (Lithuania), gained recognition as in Lithuania, and abroad. Founded in 1991 by joint efforts of the Lithuanian, Canadian and American funds, from the local higher educational institutions LCC it is distinguished with the unique, focused on the future approach to education and the educational environment based on free dialogue. Formation of LCC is based on teaching a wide range of disciplines in the context of Christian student's and teaching structure, thus, taking out education for an audience framework. As part of the concept of LCC is training of students for active participation in public life of the city, the role of everyone in creation of community by means of active participation in public projects and a practical training is highlighted.
Now at university 650 students from more than 25 countries of the world are trained (50% from Lithuania and 50% from abroad). Each semester on training comes 35 students from the North American universities participating in the program of an exchange of students to LCC.
Located in the center of LCC campus. From the hostel to university only 2 minutes of walking.
The building is divided into 2 wings, in each wing 5 floors. Each floor is divided into blocks. The block consists of 5 rooms where lives 20 people, the joint kitchen and the hall where students can cook food, eat and relax. In student's rooms live 4 persons, each student has own bed, a table, a case. Hostel also has a computer room, the game hall, art studio and the room of researches.
The building was built in 2011. In this hostel lives 140 students and on 1 floor there are 8 apartments for the personnel. For students 4 floors on which there are rooms for accommodation, research rooms and a laundry are taken away. Place cost in the hostel makes 122.65 euros, including kitchen ware and bedding