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    MRU Bilingual Grad from China Yi: Lithuanian was Difficult to Learn

    Fluent in Lithuanian, MRU Tourism programme graduate Yi Zhang from China says it was difficult to learn the Lithuanian language. Last month she graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Tourism Management. She could study at MRU in a Lithuanian programme because she had attended Lithuanian gymnasiums and schools. She came to Lithuania when she was 15 with her parents. In this interview she discusses learning Lithuanian, studies and differences between China and Lithuania.

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    PhD Student from India Says Yoga Helped Remain Stress-Free During Law Exams

    PhD Law student Karan Choudhary from India, spent about 4 months in Vilnius recently completing his PhD dissertation. The exchange student from Delhi's National Law University spent months conducting research at Mykolas Romeris University. He discusses studies, life in Vilnius and his new position as a judge in Delhi, India.

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    Azeri Student Brushed Up on Turkish Language while Living in Vilnius

    Student Elsun Rzayev from Azerbaijan is spending his last month in Vilnius before he returns to Baku. The 19-year-old Azerbaijan State Economic University student spent an exchange semester at Mykolas Romeris University studying economics and accounting. He discusses his impressions and experience in an interview in DELFI EN published on June 13th, 2020.

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    Ukrainian Student: Double Degree Pgm Will Expand Your Horizons

    Graduate student Olena Ishchuk, recently completed studies at Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) and Kyiv University in a Double Degree Programme, "Legal Regulation of Public Administration and Human Rights. She highly recommends the programme saying it will expand your horizons.

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    Kosovo Student Amazed by Calm in Vilnius During Quarantine

    Kosovo, a landlocked country, is Europe’s youngest country bordered by Serbia, North Macedonia, Albania and Montenegro. It also has the youngest population in Europe with an average age of 30. In Pristina, the capital, the average age of the population is 28 years old. Increasingly more and more students are coming from Kosovo to study at Mykolas Romeris University. This semester Marigona Berisha, a Computer Science student, is one of two Kosovo students at MRU.

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    Brazilian Student: Atmosphere at MRU Very International

    Brazilian graduate student Ricardo Schmitz from Recife spent a year in Vilnius studying in a joint Law programme offered at Mykolas Romeris University (MRU). He calls Vilnius a magical city with an incredible energy and speaks with great fondness of the helpfulness and hospitality of Vilnius residents. Ricardo especially enjoyed the international atmosphere at MRU and met fellow students from Italy, Japan, Spain and Germany.

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    Pakistani Student: Coming to MRU Best Decision of My Life

    As the quarantine period enters its 2nd month, Pakistani student Haris Qamar from Lahore admits he’s not much affected by the shut-down because online lectures at Mykolas Romeris University keep him busy. Outside of virtual classes, he listens to music, reads, but says sometimes he is overtaken by boredom. But fellow students—from all over Europe, are all living in the dormitory so there is always time to talk or review lecture materials with them. Compared to Lahore and its huge population, Haris finds Vilnius calm and quiet.

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    For Kenyan Student Many Firsts in Vilnius: First Snow, 1st Quarantine

    Kenyan student Linah Kitui had never been to Europe before coming to Vilnius this February. Kitui, a Psychology student, is in Lithuania during the difficult quarantine period that has enveloped the country. Nevertheless, she remains optimistic.

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    Korean Student Reading, Cooking More During Quarantine

    It wasn’t an easy 2 weeks for international students studying at Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) forced inside due to the coroavirus. As the second week of quarantine ended, Korean student Jihwang Wui from Seoul said he spent more time inside reading due to the quarantine. A 2nd year Psychology student at Mykolas Romeris University, Wui arrived in Vilnius from Korea in 2018. Already he has acquainted himself with life in Vilnius and learned to love Lithuanian cuisine. During his time in Vilnius, he learned how to prepare Lithuanian cabbage rolls balandėliai in the student dorm with a fellow student from Sakartvelo.

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    MRU International Students Studying Remotely During Quarantine

    As the second week of the quarantine period has come into force in Vilnius, Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) students are continuing studies remotely on line from their dorms or apartments. Almost all miss classroom lectures, but say it’s a good time to spend more time reading and studying.

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    Bangladeshi Student: Some Concern, But More Optimism Regarding Coronavirus

    As Lithuania entered its first week of quarantine, Bangladeshi student Mohammed Nuruddin, studying towards his Bachelor’s Degree at Mykolas Romeris University (MRU), remained optimistic about the unusual 2-week quarantine in Lithuania. MRU was prepared to offer students to continue classes remotely online without any interruption in the studies process. Nuruddin, 22, from Dhaka in Bangladesh, agreed to share his thoughts about Vilnius and his studies.

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    Serbian Student: Modern Lithuania is an Example for Us Serbs

    Serbian student Lazar Petrovič says it's not easy to reach Lithuania from Serbia, but worth the effort. He says that Vilnius, a clean city, can be an example for Serbia, especially in the electronic service area. Car rental network services, mobil phone payments, electric cars all are prevalent in Lithuania, but not that widely accessible yet in his country. Serbia is in "electronic development," says the 22-year-old Law student from the University of Niš. He spent an exchange semester at Mykolas Romeris University.

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