MRU Participated at Higher Education Studies Fair in Kaunas - MRU

19 January, 2023
MRU Participated at Higher Education Studies Fair in Kaunas

January 19th, 2023, Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) participated in the Higher Education Studies Fair 2023 (Aukštųjų mokyklų mugė 2023) held at the Kaunas Žalgiris Arena.

Pupils and high school students from all over Lithuania attended. They had the chance to meet MRU Rector Prof. Dr. Inga Žalėnienė and other MRU representatives and find out about the latest studies programmes and how students can foster their talents. Lithuania's Minister of Education, Science and Sport Jurgita Šiugždinienė visited the University's representative booth.

"It's not easy to choose what to study. It is an important and responsible decision. I am happy that so many curious young people and their parents, teachers and others attended the Studies Fair where they considered how to deepen their knowledge in their chosen area or to acquire additional qualifications, said MRU Rector Prof. Žalėnienė.

"As a graduate of MRU, I can assure that our University during the three last decades has become not only the largest specialized social sciences university in Lithuania, but a true social innovations laboratory," noted the Rector. "I hope that our future students will find studies programs that are suited for the job market not only in Lithuania, but also in the international job market."

According to the Rector there is a wide selection of programs because MRU successfully integrates the very latest digital technologies in the areas of law, government and business management, digital economic and game creation, psychology, educational sciences and other social science areas of studies in Lithuanian and in English. There is the possibility to acquire a double diploma with other foreign universities in Europe and in South Korea. Students can study and acquire proficiency not only in English, but also in Japanese and Korean languages.

We invest in our MRU students and for the well-being of the entire academic community, in sustainability, environmental safety and we are also modernizing and refurbishing student dormitories, auditoriums, laboratories in an effort to create an environment conducive for studies, said Rector Žalėnienė. Students also have the possibility to participate in extracurricular activities including sports, theatre, singing, dance and other activities on campus, she said.