MRU’s vision and goals are directly linked with a high quality of studies, which is ensured by positive evaluations given by experts from Lithuania and abroad. This creates opportunities and helps foster students’ abilities to better adapt to a competitive labor market.
MRU Career Centre is responsible for handling career matters of MRU students/graduates.
Main Activities of the Career Centre:
- Provide information, consultations to students relating to work and employment issues;
- Provide consultations related to career issues;
- To maintain and develop relations with MRU social partners;
- To help organize specialists’ presentations and seminars for students relating to employment or career issues;
- To undertake analysis of graduates’ integration into labor market;
- To coordinate MRU Alumni activities.
Contact Career Centre by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
A career consultant might help you:
- prepare a CV oriented to your employers,
- to create an effective job hunting plan, to become acquainted with different job hunting methods and sources,
- to prepare for a job/internship interview (to consult you how to properly present yourself during the interview),
- there is a possibility to meet on an individual basis.
We invite you to register for a career consultation: email@example.com.
STUDYING IN LITHUANIA
Students from EU or European Free Trade Association do not need a visa to enter the Republic of Lithuania. They can come and stay in Lithuania for 3 months and after that at the local Migration Department they must apply for the Certificate signifying their right to reside in the Republic of Lithuania (Certificate of Temporary Residence).
If you are a student from non-EU country and you want to stay in Lithuania for no longer than 1 year, you can get a National Visa. If you intend to stay longer than 1 year, you should apply for a Temporary Residence Permit.
WORK DURING STUDIES
For EU citizens, the process of employment in Lithuania is quite simple. They do not need any additional document and working hours are not limited.
Non-EU undergraduate (bachelor) students willing to work during their studies in the Republic of Lithuania must obtain a Temporary Residence Permit and then they can work up to 20 hours per week during their studies at the Mykolas Romeris University.
However, they can work full-time (40 hours per week) under the following exceptions:
- During the summer holidays for time determined by higher education institution
- Work carried out as a part of an internship
- During the 3 months after graduation (a Temporary Residence Permit for studies is still valid for 3 months after actual end of studies).
Non-EU Master’s and PhD students who have a Temporary Residence Permit for studies can work full-time during their studies. No additional work permits are required.
WORK AFTER STUDIES
After graduation, citizens from non-EU countries can apply for a Temporary Residence Permit for 12 additional months for a job search and self-employment purposes. After 12 months, the graduate has to apply for the renewal of the temporary residence permit for work. It has to be done at least 2 months in advance. The application to change a temporary residence permit must be submitted, along with supporting documents.
From the 1st of January 2021, graduates can do this at the Migration Department’s office (having booked an appointment in advance), or in an eldership or municipality within 1 month from the date of collection of the issued residence permit, but not earlier than 4 months.
You can find more information on the website of the Migration Department’s office.
Migration information centre (MIC) “I Choose Lithuania” consults international students on questions related to legal stay in Lithuania, social guarantees, health care, work and employment free of charge. Consultations in the centre are in Lithuanian, English and German languages.
Relocation Guide will explain every step that you might face before and after coming to Vilnius – from basic information about the city, job offers and documentation to accommodation, gym or kindergarten search and joining various communities and organisations.