Mykolas Romeris University

Mykolas Romeris University

Mykolas Romeris University

Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) is named after the patriarch of Lithuania ‘s Constitutional Law Professor Mykolas Romeris (1880-1945).

MRU – the largest social sciences specialized university in Lithuania, whose most prominent studies and research areas are: law, public security and public administration.

The University has capable and significant core educational science, economics, humanities, communication, politics, and psychology, sociology, and management areas.

Social science studies programs dominate the MRU studies program portfolio (95% of all studies portfolio – AIKOS database).

These Faculties operate at the University:

  • Law School;
  • Public Security Academy (Kaunas);
  • Faculty of Human and Social Studies;
  • Faculty of Public Governance and Business.

There are about 7,500 students and auditors studying at the University.

MRU implements meaningful international and national studies and research projects (on average about 50 projects per year).

The European Commission funded international study, “Creating a Culture of Social Innovation in Higher Education” found that MRU is the best university to develop social innovation among several hundred universities in Central and Eastern Europe.

In 2010 Mykolas Romeris University was awarded with the Diploma Supplement 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 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.

Study Programs

BACHELOR PROGRAMS

Study program Duration

(years)

Tuition fee per year
Branding and Advertising Management 3 € 2628
Digital Economy 3 € 2628
English for Specific Purposes and the Second Foreign Language € 3426
Global Business and Modern Marketing 3 € 2628
Psychology 3.5 € 3426
Tourism Management and Heritage 3.5 € 2628
Communication and Digital Marketing 3 € 2628
English for Specific Purposes and Korean studies 3 € 3426
Financial Industry 3.5 € 2628
Informatics and Digital Contents 4 € 3426
Social Work and Human Rights 4 € 2628

Admission procedure

  1. Choose a study program
  2. Fill in the application form
  3. Pay the non-refundable application fee
  4. Receive your application evaluation results
  5. Confirm your acceptance by paying the first-year tuition fee
  6. Sign the study contract and receive your admission letter
  7. Start visa application procedure
  8. Register to studies

Required documents

  • Secondary education diploma or equivalent including final grades
  • Document proving English language level
  • Motivational letter
  • Passport copy

Additional educational documents might be required depending on the country of residence.

 MASTER PROGRAMS

Study program Duration

(years)

Tuition fee per year
Business Psychology 2 € 4308
Electronic Business Management 1.5 € 3988
European Joint Master in Social Work with Children and Youth 2 € 3988
Intellectual Property Law 2 € 3988
International Policy Studies 1.5 € 3988
Legal Regulation of Public Administration and Human Rights 2 € 3988
Personnel Management 1.5 € 3988
Sports Industry Management 1.5 € 3988
Cybersecurity Management 1.5 € 3988
European and International Business Law 2 € 3988
European Union Law and Governance 1.5 € 3988
International Law 1.5 € 3988
Law, Technology and Business 1.5 € 3988
Logistics Management 1.5 € 3988
Private Law 2 € 3988
Strategic Border Management 2 € 3988

Admission procedure

  1. Choose a study program
  2. Fill in the application form
  3. Pay the non-refundable application fee
  4. Receive your application evaluation results
  5. Confirm your acceptance by paying the first-year tuition fee
  6. Sign the study contract and receive your admission letter
  7. Start visa application procedure
  8. Register to studies

Required documents

  • Bachelor degree or equivalent first university degree diploma of Psychology (3-year study duration minimum)
  • Academic transcripts of each study year
  • Document proving English language level
  • Motivational letter
  • Passport copy

Additional educational documents might be required depending on the country of residence.

Doctoral Studies

Study program Duration

(years)

Tuition fee per year for EU / non-EU applicants
part-time Full-time
Economics Full-time – 4 years, part-time – 6 years € 3060 € 4590
Law Full-time – 4 years, part-time – 6 years € 3060 € 4590
Education Science Full-time – 4 years, part-time – 6 years € 3060 € 4590
Management Full-time – 4 years, part-time – 6 years € 3060 € 4590
Psychology Full-time – 4 years, part-time – 6 years € 3060 € 4590
Philology Full-time – 4 years, part-time – 6 years € 3060 € 4590

Admission procedure

  1. Applicants are required to submit an application form
  2. All applicants are required to take part in a motivational interview with the Committee members.
  3. The Committee generates a competitive score according to the selection criteria and makes priority lists of applicants for each partner institution’s dissertation topics.
  4. In three days after the announcement of competition results, applicants can submit a motivated appeal to the Committee, and upon receiving a negative response, in three days, can appeal to the head of the doctoral institution, to which doctoral studies they applied.
  5. After the final list of invited candidates is announced, applicants who were not accepted into state-funded study places, but who meet the requirements for doctoral studies, can choose fee-paying doctoral study places and study paying a tuition fee set by a doctoral institution.
  6. Candidates invited to doctoral studies sign a bilateral contract with the doctoral institution, and the Rector’s order is issued on their acceptance to doctoral studies.
  7. If, after the admission process is over, there are free study places left, a second round of admission can be organized, which is carried out following the same procedure.

      Required documents

  • Master’s degree or higher education degree equal to it.
  • Scientific research experience, participation in research.
  • Knowledge of foreign languages.

Accommodation

Mykolas Romeris University students can book a room at the Student House using their MRU student e-mail address.

  • Student House at Didlaukio St. 57, Vilnius

tel. +370 5 2714-567

  • Student House Didlaukio st. 57 and Didlaukio st. 86, Vilnius

Tel. +370 5 2714-559

  • Student House Maironio st. 29, Kaunas

Tel. +370 37 281-415

(More Information: https://www.mruni.eu/)

Mykolas Romeris University Library

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