Located in the capital Vilnius, Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) is one of most international public universities of Lithuania, currently having around 7,000 students from 74 countries. The university offers programs fully taught in English for international students at all levels – from Bachelor’s to PhDs in the field of Social Sciences (Law, Psychology, Communication, Informatics, Philology and Social Work).Show more
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Some professors do their job properly and value the student. He doesn’t just teach to pass the time, he tries to make people adopt this as an ideology. However, some professors, on the other hand, cause students to experience academic stress by acting in ways that contradict themselves. The aim is not to teach, but to put pressure on someone who cannot learn.View more
The Global Business and Modern Marketing program is an amazing opportunity for students to learn about a great and huge world of business. The program provides insights into technological changes in the business world and teaches students how to adapt to those changes. All of the professors in the program have some experience in the work environment and are eager to play a mentoring role in our careers. Overall the program is an amazing chance to gasp most of the knowledge about business and marketing without wasting your time. Plus, after this program, the students can work at all kinds of organizations such as banks, companies, and governmental institutions.
So if you want to get useful knowledge and be a business person in the future, the Global Business and Modern Marketing program is the best choice for you.
I like professors who pay attention to all the students equally, have a good command of English, and are interested into teaching students in a clear understandable way, not by teaching with thousands of old books but by delivering updated information and its analysis. The university offers a huge variety of Erasmus programmes and scholarships that are even hard to count.View more
I was a student at MRU 3 years ago and really loved my program. The classes were of really good quality, professors very friendly and easy to communicate to. Loved the campus too. I also had an opportunity to spend one semester in Lyon, France, as an exchange student from MRU.View more
Best law education ever. I strongly believe that this university has very strong law background. Information and help was provided perfectly in this university. Time passes fast, but lots of good memories are still in my heart.View more
My views on the university are generally positive. I think the one of it’s most outstanding qualities is how modern and well maintained all of the facilities are: the library, gym, cafeteria (and generally any other area or classroom) is just a pleasure to be in. Everything works just as you’d expect it to and has a pleasing aesthetically quality to it.
Regarding the academic side of things – It was a bit to broad and general for my liking. I spent 4 years in the psychology bachelors program and we only got into the true “meat” of the course (work in the psych. lab, hands-on experience consulting, a more in-depth look at the various models of clinical psychology) at the tail end of years 3-4. I can imagine that could be really disappointing to someone who’s not really sure whether or not psychology is the field of study they actually want to commit to. By the time you actually get to experience first hand what a psychologist duties include it may already be to late to switch to another area. Although I felt I got a pretty well rounded education in general and had the pleasure of attending lectures by some very passionate and knowledgeable professors (most notably – genetics, philosophy and developmental psychology) I didn’t feel I had received enough hands-on experience with the multitude of things a psychologist can do in an actual day to day work scenario.
If you’re dead set on being a working psychologist – I don’t feel this place is right for you. If you however want a terrific yet somewhat generic and broad “college experience” MRU is definitely the place. Campus is super raw, people are great and it’s generally a very fun place to be.View more
My favourite University is Mykolas Romeris University – MRU I love this university very much.Mykolas Romeris University – MRU is Really Aswome University.Mykolas Romeris University – MRU have nices room nices background and nices place and teacher.View more