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    Italian Student Marco: We're Not Taught About LT History in Our Schools

    Italy’s Catholic University Milan law student Marco Demo, a native of Venice, wanted to spend an exchange semester abroad. With an interest in history and Central Europe, he decided to spend a semester at Mykolas Romeris University. Fluent in French and English, 23-year-old Marco, who hails from Venice, can spend hours talking about Italian architecture, politics, food,and  the importance of dressing up to take an exam at University. He shared some of his impressions about Vilnius and Lithuania.

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    Japanese Student: Studying at MRU I Can Improve English & Learn More Languages

    Japanese student Chisato Takahashi had never been to Lithuania, when she decided to apply to study in a Bachelor's Degree programme at Mykolas Romeris University (MRU). But her 80-year-old grandmother had visited Lithuania with tourist groups twice. So, when Chisato decided to study at MRU, her grandmother was delighted. It would be another chance to make a trip to Lithuania and visit her granddaugher.

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    International Dinner Held Sept. 18th

    Sept. 18th, 2020 (Friday). the international Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) students' dinner was held on campus. The popular event allows students from abroad to showcase their country's cuisine.

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    French Student Misses Croissants, But Feels at Home in Vilnius

    University of Paris Descartes Economics student Theo Padonou came to Vilnius last January to discover not only a new city, and a new country, but also found a place where he could feel at home, despite the coronavirus pandemic and ensuing lockdown. He discusses the quarantine, his love of cooking and music in an interview with online news portal DELFI EN.

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    Spaniard Intern: Came to MRU Due to Love of History

    Erasmus intern Ernesto Domingo Fuentes, 26, hails from Jaen, which is Spain’s olive oil capital. It produces 20% of the world’s olive oil. The computer science graduate left his Spain to spend a semester as a post-studies intern at Mykolas Romeris University’s International Office. He discusses his experiences and love for Vilnius and pink soup in an interview in DELFI EN.

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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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    Slovak Student on Life in Vilnius & Why He Loves When It Rains

    Many international visitors, students and tourists coming to Vilnius undergo a period of adjustment to life in Lithuania. For some the way of life, the cuisine or the weather may require longer adjustment. Slovak student David Manca, studying Informatics at MRU said overall he is satisfied with his time in Vilnius. He enjoys cooking and even tried to cook a traditional Slovak Christmas dinner – with white mushroom soup, for fellow students in the dormitory.

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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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    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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