Mykolas Romeris University

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1.       Introduction

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 7500 students including 600 international students and employs over 400 academic staff. The university offers doctoral, Master's and Bachelor's Degree 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 Business, The School of Law, the Faculty of Public Governance, the Academy of Public Security, Institute of Communication, Institute of Humanities, Institute of Educational Sciences and Social Work and the Institute of Psychology. Research and innovation is implemented at the Social Innovations Laboratory Network MRU LAB that includes 16 laboratories and the Research and Innovation Support Centre.  

MRU fosters a 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: 

  • Justice, Security and Human Rights;
  • Social Technologies;
  • Sustainable Growth in the Context of Globalization;
  • Improving the Quality of Life and Advancing Employment Opportunities;
  • Continuity and Change of Values in Global Society.

 

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. 

 

Reasons to study at MRU

·         No. 1 in Law and Psychology studies among all Lithuanian universities

·         European diplomas, which are easily recognized all over the world

·         Multicultural environment

·         Many services are completely free of charge: a huge parking lot, sports halls and gyms, foreign languages courses, song bands, dance and theater studios, basketball team, one of the fastest wireless internet, cultural and educational activities

·         Low living expenses (300-350 EUR/month with accommodation at University Students house)

·         Accommodation on campus is offered for all international students

·         Library that works even at night

·         Free introductory week for international students (informational seminars, trips, tours, cultural events)

·         Student visa allowing to travel all over the Schengen area

·         Scholarships for international mobility (for studies and for internship)

·         King Sejong Institute where students can learn Korean language and culture for free

 

 

2.      Study Programs

·         Mykolas Romeris University offers the possibility to choose international joint study programmes leading to double 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 58 countries such diverse as USA, Jamaica, Germany, Ukraine, Turkey, Azerbaijan, India, and so on.

·         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 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.

 

2.1.            Bachelor

2.1.1.      Financial Industry

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

4 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

1360

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

2160

 

The aim of the study programme Financial Industry is to train competent financial professionals, who are able to understand features of the functioning of the financial industry (including banks, credit unions, payment institutions, investment companies, pension funds, finance companies, insurance companies and other companies providing financial services) in a rapidly changing global environment; and are able to apply the acquired knowledge when performing various functions in the financial institutions and enterprises, or while working in businesses and public sector organizations and thus performing financial analysis and financial management activities, which include the selection of financial services (crediting, investment, financing, risk insurance) and the assessment of their riskiness and suitability for a particular customer, along with business financial management and control. The programme graduates will acquire the knowledge and skills that are required for setting up and managing their own businesses, working in businesses, public sector organizations, financial services and consulting firms.

 

2.1.2.      Informatics and Digital Contents (joint study programme with Dongseo University, South Korea)

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

4 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2160

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

2460

 

This is a joint study programme with Dongseo University (South Korea). Two years of studies will be held at MRU, last two years of studies at Dongseo University.

Purpose of this programme is to prepare qualified specialists in the field of informatics who would be able to adapt their knowledge in game, digital animation and audiovisual effect industries as well as comprehensively understand and apply knowledge related to digital contents production by fostering entrepreneurship and self-employment in this field, thus ensuring the usage of informatics-based methods which are applied in game, digital animation and visual effects creation platforms, and enabling the application of interdisciplinary knowledge through technical and creative interactions in material and digital media systems.

Upon successful graduation students will receive a double diploma from two Universities.

Tuition fee at MRU EU students: 2160 EUR/per year

Tuition fee at MRU Non-EU students: 2460 EUR/ per year

Tuition fee at Dongseo University: 5600 USD/per year

 

2.1.3.      Tourism Management and Heritage

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

3.5 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

1360

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

2160

 

The aim of the study programme Tourism Management and Heritage is to train specialists who would know the principles of sustainable tourism management and the particularity of cultural and natural heritage as well as having the ability to apply the acquired knowledge in practice and to identify, analyse and solve problems in the fields of public administration, heritage management, tourism marketing and service management, implementation of innovations, sustainable tourism development in regions, and who would be competent to work in competitive and international environment, manage critical situations, solve conflicts and make timely and independent solutions.

 

2.1.4.      Social Work and Legal Fundamentals

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

4 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

1270

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

2160

 

The goal of the programme is to train social workers of high personal and professional competence, holders of Bachelor’s degree, who are able to professionally act in spheres of national social life, who are able to provide high quality social services, strengthen abilities of individuals, groups and communities to adapt to environment through restoration and strengthening of social links, integration into society and sustaining social participation.

 

2.1.5.      Leisure and Entertainment Education

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

3 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

1800

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

2160

 

The main aim of this study programme is to prepare qualified specialists of informal education. The students will be able to plan educational programmes, organize and implement recreational and educational events for kids, youth and adults, regarding their requirements and needs.

Leisure and Entertainment Education programme distinguishes itself from study programmes of this field in Lithuania because it focuses on innovative and different features and instances.

 

2.1.6.      English for Specific Purposes and the Second Foreign Language

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

3.5 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

1800

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

2160

 

The programme is aimed at preparing specialists of English and one more foreign language and communication for specific purposes (public administration, business and law). The students of the programme will acquire general philological education and practical knowledge and skills necessary for the modern-day employment market. The scope of studies will cover languages of European communication (English and Norwegian/French/German) or languages of Euro-Asian communication (English and Korean). The graduates will be able not only to communicate in two foreign languages, but also to participate actively in business communication (take part in business meetings, make oral presentations, draft official documents and letters, translate and edit business texts, etc.) and ensure smooth cooperation between state institutions and private companies in international arena.

 

2.1.7.      International and Intercultural Communication

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

3.5 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

1360

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

2160

 

 

We would like to invite you to interdisciplinary studies, combining social sciences (communication, politics, regional studies) and humanities (philology and ethnology) for development of the best-qualified international and intercultural communication specialists. Also, this programme is the only bachelor degree study programme in Lithuania, which encompasses internationality and interculturalism in such a unique way of studies. Students are introduced to a wide range of different media technologies and ways to use them in practice. To fulfil this purpose, the newest scientific literature, cases and other teaching material are used. In order to introduce the latest achievements in both science and practice, we invite visiting lecturers from Lithuania and other countries to share their experience. Students are also invited to international conferences and workshops, different exchange programmes or summer schools.

 

2.1.8.      Psychology

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

3.5 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

1800

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

2340

 

The main purpose of university undergraduate studies is to educate qualified bachelor degree students of psychology ready to continue master degree studies in psychology or other social sciences. Bachelors of psychology should be able to apply psychological knowledge in scientific and ethical way in different circumstances; they should have wide erudition, high psychological culture and a need for permanent professional development.

Study programme provides basic psychological knowledge which is necessary to continue further studies oriented toward practical application or science. Programme prepares narrow profile specialists, namely psychologists.

Programme fulfills requirements of bachelor degree psychology programme of EFPA European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations.

 

2.1.9.      Communication and Digital Marketing (double degree option at Kiel University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

3 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

1360

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

2340

 

Communication and Digital marketing studies are the great choice for those students, who want to gain interdisciplinary competences and have the choice to work in a variety of sectors. This program covers the topics of communication, digital marketing, management, design and creativity that will be useful in business organizations or creative industries. Creative competences, which this program can provide, are also very important in marketing agencies.

During the studies students can choose to spend two semesters in Germany at Kiel University of Applied Sciences and gain double degree diploma.

 

2.2.            Master

2.2.1.      Electronic Business Management

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

1.5 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

The programme aim is to prepare highly qualified and skilled managers and directors with business management and administration master degree, who will be able to design, develop and manage electronic business companies and projects, as well to apply achieved knowledge in gaining competitive advantage in cyberspace.

The outcome of the studies – graduates will be able to recognize and manage electronic environment innovation and business opportunities, information and e-business processes, IT applications in the social context and social challenges and innovative solutions for a rapidly changing e-business environment and create a sustainable competitive advantage.

 

2.2.2.      Business Administration (MBA)

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

1 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

4480

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

6240

 

MRU MBA studies will develop graduates who are academically trained to compete effectively in the context of dynamic nature of international environment. After graduating, the students should demonstrate knowledge and practice of business principles relating to private and public sector organizations.

Students are oriented to consume scientific research for the best business operation practices. The acquired skills will have to be proven by providing a Capstone project for solving a practical business case, instead of writing a theoretically oriented Master’s thesis. The integrative study model allows the students to integrate their knowledge in different micro and macro environments for efficient and effective management. The students are taught as professionals by providing skills of having overall view of the business processes as opposed to one subject oriented specialist.

 

2.2.3.      Financial Markets

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

1.5 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

The purpose of this programme is to prepare highly qualified specialists of economics who has deep knowledge of modern financial market theories and methods, who are able to renew and apply this knowledge in various situations, also are able to integrate knowledge of various science fields in independent scientific research, conducted in dynamic country and global economic environment.

 

2.2.4.      Public Administration

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

1.5 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

The aim of the Public Administration study programme is to develop competencies of leadership and critical analysis across a broad spectrum of management issues in contemporary public and non-profit organizations. Among others these include human resource management, public sector economics, administrative law and regulation, e-governance, public service provision.

The programme focuses on providing leadership skills that would help teams in public and non-profit organization to create greater value for their clients and citizens.

 

2.2.5.      European and International Business Law (joint study programme with University of Savoie, France)

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

2 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

This is a joint study programme offered by Mykolas Romeris University and University of Savoie Mont Blanc (France). Graduates of this programme will be awarded with two diplomas – one issued by MRU, other by Savoie Mont Blanc University. During the study period in France studies are free of charge.

According to the “QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019” Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) was ranked among the 300 best universities of the world in the field of LAW, so European and International Business Law studies at MRU is definitely the best choice for those who want to become a highly qualified business law specialist.

 

2.2.6.      European Union Law and Governance (double diploma programme Bordeaux University, France)

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

1.5 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

This is international study programme leading to double master degree diploma in the field of EU law. The double degree programme is offered by Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania) and the University of Bordeaux (France). Studies take place in Lithuania.

According to the “QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019” Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) was ranked among the 300 best universities of the world in the field of LAW, so European Union Law and Governance studies at MRU is definitely the best choice for those who wants to work in a variety of legal practices within the field of European Law and policies.

 

2.2.7.      International Law

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

2 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

According to the “QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019” Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) was ranked among the 300 best universities of the world in the field of LAW, so international law studies at MRU is definitely the best choice for those who are seeking career in the field of international law.

 

2.2.8.      Social Work with Children and Youth (joint degree programme with Riga Stradins University, Latvia)

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

1.5 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

The Master’s Degree programme has been developed in conjunction with Latvia’s Rīga Stradiņš University. Its implementation is based on the experience of education in social work in the EU.

The goal of the programme – to develop masters with high personal and professional competence in social work that will be able to work in an intercultural level with children and youth, do research while analyzing children and youth social problems; will be able to organize social work and provision of services, finding the most effective solutions to these problems, moreover – will be able to continually reflect on, evaluate their professional activities and provide these opportunities for performance improvement.

 

2.2.9.      Social Technology Management

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

2 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

The Master’s degree programme of Social technology management is aimed to train high quality business and management specialists and social entrepreneurs by developing their knowledge and skills of new and distinctive socio-economic-technological processes, ongoing in the knowledge society, the impact of new and emerging technologies on social processes, and to develop practical management skills needed to recognize and successfully apply the potential of new and emerging technologies (from fundamental research and practice) in developing, shaping and managing organizations, such as private companies, NGOs and social enterprises, succesful community initiatives and similar.

 

2.2.10.  Applied Informatics and Business

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

2 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

Objective of the study programme is to train high level qualification specialists in the field of applied informatics, who are able to understand the tasks related to informative, communicative and technological business support maintenance and the questions regarding the progress of information systems and information science.

 

2.2.11.  Intellectual Property Law (joint study programme with Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

2 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

This is joint degree programme with Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine).

Only students admitted to Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv can apply for this programme.

In the first and second semesters students study in Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Kyiv, Ukraine), in the third and fourth semester they continue their studies in Mykolas Romeris University (Vilnius, Lithuania). In the end of the fourth semester students return back to Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv where the final examination (state exam) is held.

The objective of Intellectual Property Law programme is to prepare highly qualified lawyers, knowing the peculiarities of legal protection of intellectual property on the international, European and national levels, able to explain the latest IP law issues and trends, to analyse and deal with legal problems related to exploitation and protection of intellectual property rights.

 

2.2.12.  Private Law (joint study programme with Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

2 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

This is joint degree programme with Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine).
Only students admitted to Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv can apply for this programme.

In the first and second semesters students study in Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Kyiv, Ukraine), in the third and fourth semester they continue their studies in Mykolas Romeris University (Vilnius, Lithuania). In the end of the fourth semester students return back to Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv where the final examination (state exam) is held.

Objective of a study programme is to prepare specialists of private law, who are able to efficiently participate in the activities of international, regional and national private business organizations and EU and national governmental institutions operating in the fields of private law and dispute resolution. Students shall gain in-depth knowledge of modern business and other private subject forms of conduct, methods and remedies for protection of infringed rights in particular fields of private law (contractual, proprietary, delictual and personal remedies), procedures of dispute resolution in international, regional and national levels and shall be able to apply gained knowledge and skills in Lithuania, Ukraine and other foreign countries.

 

2.2.13.  Legal Regulation of Public Administration and Human Rights (joint study programme with Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

2 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

This is a joint degree programme with Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine).

Only students admitted to Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv may apply for this programme.

1st and 4th semesters are carried out at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, 2nd and 3rd semesters – at Mykolas Romeris University (Vilnius, Lithuania).

Programme aims to provide detailed, standard legal features of the theoretical knowledge and practical skills, which are essential trying to solve the problems of contemporary EU, Constitutional and Administrative Law in the lawmaking and judicial sectors, as well as in the level of public-private cooperation. Future professionals will gain a significant professional knowledge and certain skills, necessary to develop and implement public administration legal policy in EU. They will understand social conventionality of the law in public and private sectors, will foresee the direction of solving problems in these sectors, will know peculiarities of the regulatory systems management, will gain abilities to engage in a range of professional practices.

 

2.2.14.  Healthcare Law and Policy (joint study programme with Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

2 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

2240

 

This is joint degree programme with Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine).
Only students admitted to Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv van apply for this programme.

The candidate selection (submission of the documents and entrance exams) and the first year of studies is to be conducted at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine. Afterwards, the students will move to Lithuania and they are supposed to continue their second year of studies at Mykolas Romeris University in Vilnius. The defense of the master thesis will take place in Lithuania as well. However, the master exam will be passed in Ukraine.

The Healthcare Law and Policy programme is a joint master degree programme, that aims to prepare highly qualified specialists, having a deep knowledge of international, the EU, national mechanisms and standards of legal regulation and policy of the healthcare sector.

The following subjects are included into a Curriculum: Intellectual Property, Professional and Corporate Ethics, Topical Issues of Public Law, Topical Issues of Procedural Law, Topical Issues of Private Law, Human Rights in Healthcare, Legal Framework for Healthcare Governance, International Healthcare Regulation, EU Health Law, Bioethics and Biopolitics, Legal Protection of Personal Data in Healthcare, Liability in Healthcare.
An internship is an part of the study programme. Students would be able to choose either an internship in Lithuania or they may apply for Erasmus + finansing and explore the possibilities of an internship in other EU Member States. Studies would end with a defence of a master thesis and an exam.

 

2.2.15.  Public Relations Management

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

1.5 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

  • Do you have organizational abilities and talent for administration?
  • Have you got vivid, curious mind?
  • Can you work under hard pressure?
  • Have you got moral braveness and conscientiousness?
  • Do you feel passion for communication and love making contacts and developing connections with communities?

 

Then this program is just for you!

Members of the programme will be taught to plan, prove and manage organization’s communication, communicate with mass media and other interested publics. Program seeks to give students skills necessary to become PR specialist of new generation, capable of forming institution’s image and elements of strategy. This program brings incentives to entrepreneurship enabling students to create their own business.
Course involves theory, practice and participation of students. Group tasks linked to real life situations and role performances are exceptional feature of this course. Significant part of curriculum is distant studies – virtual studies are very reasonable. Examinations make up only part of final evaluation. Your works, participation in seminars and workshops, group works, presentations make essential part of final evaluation.

 

Competencies acquired:

Plan, prove and manage inside and outside communication of the company.

Apply principles of image forming and communication.

Prepare and manage public information.

Represent institution in sphere of public information.

Exercise skills of management, marketing, inside and corporative communication in private and public sectors.

Develop positive attitude at phenomenon of environment.

 

2.2.16.  Logistics Management

 

Application deadline

30 June

Start date

2 Sep

Study duration full-time

1.5 years

Tuition fee for EU citizens

2240

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens

3120

 

It is a unique study programme in Lithuania, aimed at providing the specialists of Logistics field with additional up-to-date knowledge in all particular fields of logistics business, where value is being created. The program focuses on managerial side of Logistics business, providing newest insights on risk management in value chain, harmonization of customs procedures, smart logistics, and techniques of logistics processes analysis and improvement, logistics marketing and much more. A teaching squad combining renowned practitioners and distinguished professors encourages free academic atmosphere of knowledge sharing, cooperation and personal self-development of students.

The choice of Logistics Management master studies at Mykolas Romeris university is a trully proper investment into your future!

 

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