Established after restoration of independence of the Republic of Lithuania in 1990, it is a state university.
Mykolas Romeris University holds the Diploma Supplement Label (DS Label) which attests that a diploma supplement from MRU meets the European Commission's, the Council of Europe's and UNESCO/CEPES' standards
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Offered for all international students. On campus, 5 minutes on foot to come to the main University building - 85-100 EUR per month
University buildings with lecture halls and library are located only 5 minutes’ walk from the students’ house.
Ministy of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania.
All the programmes acredited by the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education (Lithuania).
No one really cares about the quality of the studies, most lecturers and students just come here to be here for a few hours every day and carry on with their lives afterwards. Lecturers are unmotivated themselves. Most students go here just because they didn't manage to enter other universities due to low grades.
University is good but method of education is bad. Professors do not study us only want a lot from us
My study experience overall was okay. The best thing about MRU was that it is super easy to go for internships and exchanges. Mykolas Romeris University has great connections when it comes to Erasmus+. They are also working with a Korean institute and offering double degree programmes. English level of some lecturers are quite low and some professors are extremely rude...