Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) is an international university located in Vilnius and Kaunas, Lithuania. Modern, creative and entrepreneurial academic community has raised MRU to the leading university in social sciences and interdisciplinary research in Lithuania. MRU cooperates closely with over 300 universities, public and private institutions, takes part in academic, professional and inter-sectorial networks. MRU has a full membership of the following international higher education organizations: International Association of Universities, European University Association, European Association for International Education, European-Asian Knowledge Consortium Social Technologies for Smart and Inclusive Society, etc.
Currently MRU enrolls approximately 9.000 students and employs over 700 academic staff. The university offers more than 100 doctoral, master and bachelor study programmes, over 80% of them have international accreditation. The most popular study programmes are law, management, public administration, psychology, social work, public security, etc. About 200 doctoral students study in the fields of law, management, psychology, philology, economics, and educational science.
MRU is structured within the Faculty of Economics and Finance Management, Faculty of Politics and Management, Faculty of Social Welfare, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Public Security and Business and Media School. Research and innovation is implemented at the Social Innovations Laboratory Network MRU LAB that includes 19 laboratories and Research and Innovation Support Centre.
MRU fosters the culture of research and innovation: carries out fundamental and applied research, takes part in national and international research programmes and projects, engages in contracted research, implements Ph.D. studies, organizes academic and mobility events, and widely disseminates research results. MRU research and innovation is carried out in the framework of the interdisciplinary priority research area Social Innovations for Global Growth and 5 research programmes:
Outreach to society, research communication and academic events serve as important means of disseminating research results and bring together researchers, public and private sector leaders and different societal groups. Each year MRU organizes over 100 academic events: conferences, seminars, workshops, trainings, etc.
Since 2013 aiming to popularize interdisciplinary research results and involve society in research processes, a cycle of public lectures Research Café were carried out attracting researchers, students, partners and other stakeholders. For example, past Research Café events in the area of energy include Management of Renewable Energy Resources (leader - assoc. prof. dr. A.Stasiukynas), Does Lithuania need a Nuclear Power Plant? (leader - prof. dr. D. Štreimiekienė),
Appearances in the media are another means of research communication to society. Journalists often approach our researchers for interviews and comments, our researchers take an active stand in publishing research-based solutions to societal challenges in news portals, newspapers, journals, comment on the radio, TV or social media. Annually we calculate about 500 media appearances.
Educational events targeted at different groups of society also take place at the university. For example, such events as Test the Profession, Become a Student for One Day or 10 MRU academies targeted at high school students could also be mentioned. Summer schools can serve as another vehicle of science communication. The most significant annual summer schools include Transparency School (held in partnership with Transparency International), International School on Human Rights (held in partnership with French, German, British, Polish, Italian universities, co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union), Science and Art of Communication, etc. Saturday schools as for instance, Mediation School, attracting numerous members of the society has been organized at MRU.
MRU has modern and innovative infrastructure: recently built premises surrounded by green areas, the latest research and educational ICT equipment, one of the most modern academic libraries in Europe, open access to research resources, research and innovation management platforms, online studies facilities, etc. According to the latest data of Rotten WiFi the quality of WiFi places MRU in second place among universities in the world. Due to university infrastructure, managerial experience and broad cooperation networks international organizations tend to choose MRU for organization of their academic events.
Faculty of Economics and Business
Faculty of Politics and Management
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Public Security
Institute of Communication
Institute of Educational Sciences and Social Work
Institute of Humanities
Institute of Psychology
Mykolas Romeris University offers Bachelor & Master programmes in English and is leading institution of higher education in Lithuania, according to criteria of internationalization.
It is the first University in the country, which offered the possibility to choose international joint study programmes leading to double or even triple diplomas. Joint programmes are offered in cooperation with Universities from France, Austria, Finland, even South Korea!
About 500 University students each year participate in international exchange (studies and internships) via Erasmus, Nordplus or other international programmes.
At the present students taking our programmes come from over 38 countries such diverse as USA, Jamaica, Germany, Ukraine, Turkey, Azerbaijan, India, and so on.
Study programmes offered at Mykolas Romeris University are continuously renewed and updated, responding to the need of society and providing young people with knowledge and skills necessary to build a successful career.
A Lithuanian degree diploma is recognized in all the countries which have signed the Lisbon Convention - signed by 50 countries and international organizations. That means students can be sure that their qualifications gained in Lithuania will be valid in all these countries.
In 2010 Mykolas Romeris University was awarded with the Diploma Suplement Label which indicates that the Diploma Supplement of MRU meets the European Commission's, the Council of Europe's and UNESCO/CEPER' created sample.
In 2012 Mykolas Romeris University was awarded with ECTS Label. The label raises the profile of the institution a a transparent and reliable partner in European and international cooperation (awarded only 64 institutions in Europe, only 2 in Lithuania). It is one of the most important signs attesting to a high quality of studies at the University.
Tuition fees for Undergraduate programmes per one academic year varies from 1360 to 2160 EUR for EU citizens and from 2160 to 2460 EUR for non-EU citizens.
Tuition fees for Graduate programmes per one academic year varies from 2166 to 2440 EUR for EU citizens and from 3120 to 3210 EUR for non-EU citizens.
A place in a double room at the University's Students House costs 85 - 100 EUR/per month, overall living expenses per month are about 350 - 450 EUR.
Mykolas Romeris University
Ateities st. 20, LT-08303 Vilnius,
Phone (+370 5) 271 4739
Fax: (+370 5) 267 6000
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