Formal education in Ukmergė

✦ There are
5 grammar schools,
2 progymnasiums,
7 secondary schools
and a regional special school in the municipality of Ukmergė.

✦ We have 2 universal multifunctional centres, Ukmergė Education Support Service, 7 kindergartens, 1 nature kindergarten - day care group.

Most educational institutions in the Ukmergė district have been renovated and equipped with modern teaching aids.

✦ Educational institutions have successful
*experience in educating foreigners and children living abroad,
*experience in socialisation and integration into Lithuanian life (Lithuanian language teaching, Development of key competences, organisation of leisure activities),
*experience in providing informative, socio-educational and psychological support.

Diversity of non-formal education for children

There are 2 non-formal schools in the town: an art school with music and art departments and a sports centre.

✦ Additional extracurricular activities are organised in schools. Non-formal education programmes for children are not only conducted in schools, but also in multifunctional centres, the youth recreation centre, the cultural centre and elsewhere.

✦ Extended day groups are established in general education schools.

✦ Summer camps for children are organised during the summer holidays. The stationary Vepriai camp is particularly popular, where employment programmes are run not only in summer, but all year round.

Professional learning

At the Ukmergė School of Technology and Business, you can not only acquire a profession, but also primary and secondary education.

The school staff are pleased that more and more young people are opting for vocational training.

Read about Ukmergė School of Technology and Business  HERE

Adult education

The Ukmergė Education Assistance Service organises training and educational events for adults and provides social, psychological and special support.

Secondary and basic education programmes for adults are implemented.

More information can be found → HERE

Physical education and sports

The district attaches great importance to physical culture and sport. The aim is to promote people skills in healthy lifestyle through sport and to implement the ideas of community solidarity, socialisation of youth and social integration of the disabled.

There are 20 non-governmental sports organisations active in the district.

The sports fields near grammar schools and some primary schools were renovated.

All residents of the district have access to the pool service of the sports centre and the stadium base