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2016-07 10-14

The 24th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development will be held in Vilnius, capital city of Lithuania on 10-14 July, 2016. The ISSBD 2016 Local Organizing, National Advisory and International Program Committees, Mykolas Romeris University are delighted to invite you to attend the first ISSBD conference in Eastern Europe. ISSBD 2016 will feature an exciting scientific program, delivered by scholars and students conducting research on human development across the lifespan. In addition to enjoying the superb scientific content, we hope attendees and their families will explore the contemporary, culturally vibrant city of Vilnius as well as the spectacular beauty of Lithuania - Europe's best-kept secret. With a growing ISSBD membership representing at least 60 countries around the world, we look forward to scholarly exchange on a diversity of developmental topics from infancy to late life.

More about the conference: http://www.issbd2016.com/en/


2015-03-31

MRU Psychology Programme - Best in Lithuania


Mykolas Romeris University's (MRU) Psychology Programme has been rated the best in Lithuania, according to the international university ratings marker 'U-Multirank.'

The ratings, based on empirical data, compare institutions with similar institutional profiles.

The Psychology programme, implemented by MRU's Social Technologies Faculty, received the highest marks according to the ratio for personnel and students and for student internship parameters. In addition, relations with social partners and employers were also evaluated positively along with the MRU Library, IT services and the possibility to continue studies abroad.

MRU presented data to the new international ratings marker, which is supported by the European Commission.

More than 850 higher education institutions from more than 70 countries were evaluated in the first ranking - 2014.

U-Multirank is prepared with seed funding from the European Union.

It is led by a consortium, headed by Professor Dr. Frans van Vught of the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS) in the Netherlands and Professor Dr. Frank Ziegele of the Centre for Higher Education (CHE) in Germany.

Other partner organisations include: the Centre for Science and Technology Studies from Leiden University (CWTS), Catholic University Leuven, academic publishers Elsevier, the Bertelsmann Foundation, Push and software firm Folge 3.