Erasmus / Exchange Students

Office responsible for Erasmus+ and International students exchange at Mykolas Romeris University:
 INTERNATIONAL OFFICE (IO) 
Mykolas Romeris University
Ateities str. 20, Vilnius LT-08303, Lithuania , Rooms No. I-302 and No I-317

Tel./Fax. +370 5 2714 603; Tel. +370 5 2714 695
Email: erasmus@mruni.eu; incoming@mruni.eu  

FACT-SHEET ON EXCHANGE ORGANIZATION AT MRU -   
(Contact persons at IO; Academic coordinators at the Faculties/Institutes; Application deadlines; Accommodation; Visas and immigration procedures; Health insurance;Introductory week; Student mentors, etc.) 

Information for incoming exchange students:

COURSES OFFERED FOR EXCHANGE STUDENTS IN 2017-2018

  • List of courses in English language available for exchange students in Spring semester of Academic Year 2017/2018 (Updated 2017.10.19) Students can choose courses from all faculties/institutes.

  • General List of courses  .   (Updated 2017.06.12)

  • What makes Vilnius a great place to live? Find out more here


ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2017/2018
Autumn semester (20 weeks): from 1 September, 2017 to 21 January, 2018
Introductory week: from 29 August, 2017 to  3 September, 2017
Date of arrival: 28 August, 2017
Lectures: from 1 September, 2017 to 18 December, 2016
Christmas holiday: from 18 December, 2017 to 26 December 2017
Examinations: from 27 December, 2017 to 21 January, 2018
Holidays: from 22 January, 2018 to 28 January, 2018
Deadline for Applications: 31 May, 2017 (academic year 2017/2018)

Spring semester (20 weeks): from 29 January, 2018 to 24 June, 2018
Introductory week: from 23 January, 2018 to 28 January, 2018
Date of arrival: 22 January, 2018
Lectures: from 29 January, 2018 to 27 May, 2018
Easter holiday: from 2 April, 2018 to 8 April, 2018
Examinations: from 28 May, 2018 to 24 June, 2018
Summer holidays: from 25 June, 2018 to 31 August, 2018
Deadline for Applications: 30 November, 2017 (academic year 2017/2018)

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 good)

> 85

15

18

B

8

Better than average knowledge and abilities (good)

> 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

For more information on admission as a non-degree student:

International Office

Mykolas Romeris University

Ateities st. 20, LT – 08303 Vilnius
Tel: (+370 5) 27 14 603 or tel/fax: (+370 5) 27 14 695

e-mail: incoming@mruni.eu, erasmus@mruni.eu