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Application Procedure For Doctoral Studies


Foreign and Lithuanian citizens are eligible for state-funded studies.

The Application fee for PhD programmes is for citizens of the EU member states or countries of the European Economic Area (Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Belarus, Armenia, and Azerbaijan), as well as those who have a permanent residence permit in the Republic of Lithuania: €60. For other students: €200. (Application fee is non refundable).

Bank name:
AB Swedbank

Bank code:

Bank address:
Konstitucijos pr. 20A, LT-03502
Vilnius, Lithuania

Swift code (for international payments):

IBAN number:

Bank account holder (beneficiary):
Klaipėda University, Herkaus Manto str. 84, LT-92294
Klaipėda, Lithuania

Company code:

Payment reference – Admission fee
Payment code – 105007
Payer – Applicant’s first name, surname
Payer’s code – Applicant’s personal code or date of birth


Ecology and environmental sciences (hydrobiology, marine biology, aquatic ecology, limnology)

  1. Research based harmonization of terrestrial and maritime spatial plans empowering the scientifically sound sea and land integration (supervisor N. Blažauskas, e-mail:
  2. Seafloor integrity and its recovery under bottom trawling effects in the central Baltic (supervisor D. Daunys, e-mail:
  3. Hazardous oscillations in the Klaipeda harbour: observations and modeling (supervisor L. Kelpšaitė – Rimkienė, e-mail:
  4. Science based risk assessment for implementation of the Ballast water management convention (supervisor S. Olenin, e-mail:
  5. Tools and Approaches for supporting Coastal and Marine Policy implementation (supervisor G. Schernewski, e-mail:
  6. Mussel cultivation in low-saline Baltic coastal waters (supervisor G. Schernewski, e-mail:
  7. Ecological modelling of transitional water ecosystems (supervisor A. Razinkovas – Baziukas, e-mail:
  8. Assessment and modelling of ecosystem services in coastal lagoons (supervisor A. Razinkovas – Baziukas, e-mail:
  9. Earth Observation-based assessment of ecological status over surface waters (supervisor D. Vaičiūtė, e-mail:
  10. Pathways of anaerobic respiration in estuarine sediments: role of metal (Fe, Mn) reduction and methanogenesis (supervisor M. Bartoli, e-mail: