Vilnius College of Technologies and Design has four faculties: Civil Engineerring Faculty, Design Faculty, Technical Faculty and Petras Vileisis Railway Transportation Faculty.
Facilities of Vilnius College of Technologies and Design consist of three campuses. The total floor area of training facilities is 34237 sq.m., and total floor area of dormitories is 18688 sq.m. To ensure the quality of studies, VTDK uses auditoriums, 30 laboratories, a TOYOTA technical training center, a rolling stock repair and maintenance center, a railway training ground and other specialized training premises.
The Main Campus is situated in a picturesque spot in the district of Antakalnis, on the bank of the river Neris. It hosts the faculty of Civil Engineering, the administrative premises, a canteen, the main library and the majority of dormitories. It is very easy to reach any part of town from here due to its excellent position in terms of public transportation.
Main Campus, Civil Engineering Faculty, Antakalnio str. 54
Olandu Campus shares the name with the street where it is situated (The Dutch street). It is a beautiful historic building that has just been renovated and filled with new equipment to better suit students’ needs. It is also situated in Antakalnis district, next to Kalnu park, 3 km from the main campus and a 20 minute walk from the Cathedral Square. It hosts Design Faculty and the Technical Faculty, another large library and a canteen. There is a bus stop right next the building for easy connection to the city and it’s a 5 minute walk to catch a bus if you want to go to the main campus.
Olandu Campus, Design Faculty and Technical Faculty, Olandu str. 16
Railway Faculty Campus hosts the Petras Vileisis Railway Transportation Faculty. It is situated near the OldTown, in the Naujamiestis district. Railway Faculty Campus is very close to the city center and the OldTown. It has easy access to public transportation with a bus stop just 200 m from the building.
Railway Faculty Campus, Petras Vileisis Railway Transport Faculty, K.Kalinausko str. 7