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Freshman study guide

45-minute lessons, tests, and teachers are in the past! Congratulations, freshman! You are now a student, so at this stage of life, lectures led by professors, participation in seminars, excitement before colloquium and sleepless nights during the exam session will become the most memorable moments of your student life! 

How not to get lost on campus starting your new life? The Mykolas Romeris University Academic Affairs Center has prepared a comprehensive freshman guide, where you will find the most relevant and important information about: 

  • University; 
  • study procedure; 
  • opportunities for study financing; 
  • standards of academic ethics; 
  • MRU art education;
  • leisure opportunities;
  • who to contact in case of various questions;
  • and much more.

Freshman study guide

Student Tools – Office 365

Notebooks are replaced by “Office 365” software!
The University offers students and staff free access to “Office 365 ProPlus” software package on personal devices. Download the package and use the study tools freely!

Knowledge Becomes Reality

The MRU Library can be found in Vilnius and Kaunas.

The Vilnius Library is very spacious. Its area reaches up to ~ 3000 sq. m., equipped with 377 workplaces (82 computerized). Keep in mind that during the session students crash here to study and sometimes it can be a real challenge to find a free corner! The availability of computer workplaces in the Library can be monitored here.

Do you have group projects, or do you study with classmates? Book group study reading rooms by e-mail:, indicating the day and time.

The first written work report can be as difficult as a flight into space, so if you lack knowledge about academic literacy, or are not sure how to look for information for a written report, how to quote or compile a bibliography – participate in trainings organized by the MRU Library. You can find the training material and schedule here. All relevant information about the Library and its services can be found here.

If you ever lack motivation to learn – you know where to stop by!

Library opening hours from 2nd of September:

I-V 8.00–19.00 hrs.

VI 9.00–18.00 hrs.

VII Closed.

On September 1st, the library will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Learn a new language!

King Sejong Institute Vilnius provides free of charge Korean language courses based on King Sejong Institute Foundation standard, and Francophone Studies Center organizes French language courses for university teachers and students.

Build your career from the first study year!

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.

Find more information here.

Find your sport!

Health and Sports Department of MRU Community’s Well-being Center invites MRU Community to join sports activities, various trainings, health events and spend time in MRU sports facilities. Students are also invited to join University’s Teams: men’s and women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, women’s football, wrestling, powerlifting and chess Teams.

Training hall reservation: 

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Improve artistic skills

Culture and Events Department offers MRU students different artistic activities – from singing to dancing, from ukulele to zumba workouts! Our teachers are experienced professionals in their field, able to share their knowledge with students in an interesting, innovative, and modern way.

You can improve your skills by choosing:

Have questions? Please contact Culture and Events Department by e-mail:

Psychological support

MRU Community Well-being Center’s Psychological consulting Department is ready to help you to take care of your mental health:

Head of Psychological Consulting Department: Gustė Gramaglia

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You Can Do More!

Sleep – No. 1
Did you know that lack of sleep reduces learning efficiency by as much as 40%? English neuroscientist Matthew Paul Walker states that sleeping is necessary not only after the learning process – for the information to remain in memory, but also before the learning process begins to prepare the brain for the assimilation of information. Learn more about sleep processes and their influences.