Mykolas Romeris University; VilniusLast update: 15 aug 2013 Organizational unit: TSB: Education and Research Institute
Why study at Mykolas Romeris University?
In Lithuania prices are still very low; therefore it is a great destination for your student budget!
|For||Bachelor & Master|
|***Last-minute places: 4***|
|Period||Fall and Spring Semester|
|Courses||Courses in psychology, social sciences and business|
|Finance||Scholarship: Erasmus Grant of € 150 - 200 per month|
|Cost of Living: approx. € 450 per month|
|Other information||Introduction week, mentor program, accommodation, websites|
PeriodSemester 1: end of August - end of January
Semester 2: mid January - end of June
Students following courses in English are required to be proficient in English. Students will have to meet the following requirements:
- English for the Future ; or
- English for TOEFL; or
- English Advanced ; or
- English for Academic Purposes Summer Course ; or
- English for the Future Summer Course ; or
- English Language test
Students are allowed to follow courses from all faculties.
Scroll down on the webpage and make sure to look at the courses of all
the faculties to get a good idea of what kind of courses you may be able
to follow at this University. The departments are arranged differently
from what students are used to in the Netherlands.
The International Exchange Unit organizes an Introduction Week for all international students. During this week, students are acquinted with the University, student life, student services and with Vilnius and the surrounding area. There will also be some (overnight) trips in which students can participate.
Mykolas Romeris University provides a Mentor program to help foreign exchange students adapt in the new environment. Since 2006, the Mentor program is organized by the Committee for International Relations of Students’ Representative Body where students are working to ease some worries of students’ life. Mentors are Lithuanian student volunteers. All incoming exchange students get personal mentors which can answer most of the questions about life, leisure and places to visit in Lithuania. They will help students to do all the necessary things:
- meeting arriving students at Vilnius International Airport, Bus or Train stations;
- housing in the Students’ House;
- finding a flat to rent if it is necessary;
- arranging documents for Migration Office;
- applying for LSP (Lithuanian student ID);
- paying for the dormitory or opening an account in the bank;
- solving health problems and etc.
Mykolas Romeris University offers accommodation for international students in student residence halls on-campus ("Student house"). Due to the increasing number of students, only places in shared rooms are offered. Students will need to share a room with one or two other students. The monthly rent of a place in the Student house is 200 litas (approximately 58 euro). Rental fee is subject to change.
All rooms have access to Internet. The Student house is also equipped
with a computer lab and copy/printing facilities. The bathroom
facilities are usually shared by two rooms. There is one common kitchen,
a meeting room and a working room on each floor. A laundry room is also
available for international students without any extra charges.
- Brochure for international students
- Information for prospective exchange students
- Information for current exchange students
- David de Boer
student Tilburg Law School