Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre

Institutional review and accreditation of LAMT


External institutional evaluation and accreditation is regulated by the Procedure for the external review of higher education institution.

Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre is accredited for 6 years approved by Order No. SV6-54 of 2 August 2013 of the Director of the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education.



Documents of LAMT external institutional review and accreditation


Institutional self-evaluation report 

Evaluation of real resources

Institutional review report of LAMT

Order of accreditation

Plan of performance improvement, implementing recommendations of external evaluation 


Expert group of 7 person visited at the Academy on 15-17 April 2013:

  • Professor Frans De Ruiter (team leader), Director of the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts, Netherlands;
  • Tara Ryan (Review secretary), Educational Partnerships and Student Services Manager at  Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art Design & Technology, Ireland;
  • Professor Philippe Dinkel, the chairman of the Conference of the Swiss Music Universities and the dean of the Music Department of the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland;
  • Professor Airi Rovio-Johansson, School of Business, Economics and Law at University of Gothenburg, Sweden;
  • Professor Grzegorz Kurzyński, the head of the piano section of the Academy of Music in Wroclaw, Poland;
  • Lina Puodžiukaitė-Lanauskienė, Deputy for ballet studies of the National M. K. Čiurlionis art gymnasium, Lithuania;
  • Vytautas Karoblis, student of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania.


International group of experts noted the maturity of the Academy, its unique contribution to the arts in Lithuania and its commitment to lead arts education in Lithuania. It is stated: “The Academy is a unique higher education organisation in Lithuania and has a particular role to play in the promotion of the arts and in reflecting international best practice, heightening both the institution’s reputation and that of Lithuania in the Academy’s specific domains of study.  The Academy has huge potential and merits support and promotion”.