Erasmus / Exchange Students

ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017

THIS PAGE IS FOR STUDENT WHO ARE ALREADY STUDYING AS INCOMING EXCHANGE STUDENTS. IF YOU CONSIDER APPLYING FOR ERASMUS MOBILITY NEXT SEMESTER PLEASE REFER TO THE FOLLOWING PAGE


ACADEMIC CALENDAR
Autumn semester (20 weeks): from  1 September, 2016 to 22 January, 2017
Introductory week: from 30 August, 2016 to  4 September, 2016    
Date of arrival: 29 September, 2016
Lectures: from 1 February, 2016 to  18 December, 2016
Christmas holiday: from 19 December, 2016 to 26 December, 2016
Examinations: from 27 December, 2016 to 22 January, 2017
Holidays: from 23 January, 2017 to 29 January, 2017

TIMETABLES FOR STUDIES IN 2016/2017 AUTUMN SEMESTER

Distribution of weeks of 2016/2017 Autumn semester (into 1st and 2nd - applicable to all faculties)

  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Politics and Management
  • Faculty of Social Welfare
  • Business and Media School and Faculty of Economics and Finance Management    
  • Faculty of Public Security (timetable of a course on Criminalistics)

* - You may also check the timetables of degree-seeking students at Business and Media School here . In case you find a very needed and relevant course for you, please inquire at the academic coordinators of relevant faculties (prof.dr. Irmantas Rotomskis at Economics and Finance Management (room No. V-420)  or assoc.prof.dr. Marius Lanskoronskis at the Business and Media School  (room No. IV-209)) if you can join these courses. Only if agreed by academic coordinator, you may include the course into your "Changes to the Learning Agreement"

IMPORTANT! Changes to the Learning Agreement  for Studies   A FORM 

Please come to International Office (room No. II-214) in case you need to make changes to your Learning agreement for studies in Autumn semester from 19th to 23rd of September, 2016.

Below is a reminder about grading system at Mykolas Romeris University:

Mykolas Romeris University uses a criterial ten-point grading scale for assessment of the learning outcomes and a cumulative nature of assessment is applied in order to ensure active work of students during the students. Cumulative assessment shall assess learning outcomes by means of interim evaluations. The final grade is made of the grades of interim evaluations and grades of the examination. Usually, the assessment of the examination makes 40-50 percent of the final grade, whereas that of interim evaluations – 50-60 percent.

Table below provides a Grading scheme and grade distribution guidance:

Threshhold of passing

Grading system (ten-points)

Brief description of knowledge and abilities

Percent of achieved learning objectives

Percent of grade distribution for undergraduate students

Percent of grade distribution for master level students

Conversion into former ECTS grade

 

PASSED

 

 

10

 

Excellent, exceptional knowledge and abilities (excellent)

> 95

10

11

A

9

Sound, good knowledge and abilities (very well)

> 85

15

18

B

8

Better than average knowledge and abilities (well)

> 75

20

24

C

7

Average knowledge and abilities, there are minor mistakes (average))

> 65

20

20

C

6

Knowledge and abilities

(skills) are lower than

average, there are mistakes (satisfactory)

> 55

17

14

D

5

Knowledge and abilities (skills) satisfy minimal requirements (poor)

> 50

18

12

E

 

FAILED

4

Minimal requirements are not satisfied  (Unsatisfactory)

< 50

-

-

-

3

2

1

Detailed description of the System of the assessment of learning outcomes

 

BEFORE DEPARTURE EACH EXCHANGE STUDENT HAS TO:

  • pass the exams
  • come to International Mobility and Students Office to pick-up the final paper
  • fill in the paper and collect signatures according the rules
  • bring it back personally to the Coordinator of Incoming Students to the Office
  • provide Certificate of Departure which has to be signed

ToR (Transcript of Records) will be sent by post using the address which is indicated by the Student in the final paper.




  • ERASMUS STUDENTS VISIT TO HOSPITAL

    Christmas is approaching and a lot of people want to do something good for each other. ERASMUS students from Mykolas Romeris university decided to donate some money and all together make good job before winter holiday. They bought a lot of games for the children education and on the 15th of December together with ESN MRU Vilnius members went to the hospital in Vilnius, where live children having tuberculosis.

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  • ERASMUS GOT TALENT AUTUMN 2011

    Mykolas Romeris university community members were amazed by Erasmus students’ talents already for the fifth time. On Friday evening, 11th of November was held one of the most popular events among students – Erasmus Got Talent, which have already become traditional.

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  • ERASMUS FOR LITHUANIAN SCHOOLS II

    On the 21st of October twenty-two Erasmus students, students - mentors and the coordinator Ieva from International Exchange Unit continued on the project designed to inform pupils from high schools about the opportunities provided by Erasmus exchange program.

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  • ERASMUS FOR LITHUANIAN SCHOOLS

    October 6th and 7th, 2011 International Exchange Unit together with ESN MRU Vilnius organized a trip to secondary schools in Lithuania. Erasmus students, several mentors and members of the International Exchange Unit visited “Ąžuolas” gymnasium in Zarasai and “Dauniškio” gymnasium to share experience from studying at Mykolas Romeris University and promote exchange studies abroad.

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  • CITY QUIZ

    Sunny day, perfect mood, curiosity about Vilnius and desire for new adventures – the main reasons why on the 2nd of October MRU Erasmus students participated in City Quiz game organized by ESN MRU Vilnius and University’s Directorate for International Relations and Studies.

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  • ERASMUS LITHUANIA BASKETBALL CUP 2011

    The European Basketball championship is already over but the basketball spirit is still alive. That’s why TTVAM (Tarptautinė teisės ir verslo aukštoji mokykla) SA has invited International students from all over Lithuania to participate in the „Erasmus Lithuania Basketball Cup“. The event took place on the 1st-2nd of October in Vilnius Ozo Secondary School.

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  • TRIP TO LITHUANIA‘S COAST

    Lithuania is a small country where you can get almost everywhere by train, bus or of course by car. The sights and sounds of Lithuania's spectacular countryside are best experienced on the bus trip and with a great group of friends. Erasmus students in Mykolas Romeris University from all over the world joined this unforgettable trip to Lithuania’s coast – Klaipeda – Nida –Palanga. Exploring Lithuania’s coast is the greatest chance to discover unique landscape and the living style of people from this particular region.

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  • INTERNATIONAL DINNER

    In today's international and culturally diverse world, cross cultural differences can be shared in many original ways. One of the most unique ways is sharing culinary traditions. On the 9th of September, International Exchange Unit and ESN MRU Vilnius organised “International Dinner” in Mykolas Romeris University’s canteen. Both at an individual and organisational level understanding the national culinary values, traditions and etiquette of different cultures can positively influence your worldliness.

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  • INTRODUCTORY WEEK

    New foreign students’ life stage has begun before starting new academic year. The majority of ERASMUS students arrived in Lithuania on August 22, when Introductory Week has started. It was full of various events and excursions which helped new students of Mykolas Romeris university to get acquainted with our country and university, where new ERASMUS students will spend probably the best and most memorable part of students life.

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