Psychology (Undergraduate)



Goal of the programme is to train qualified bachelor in psychology graduates, who possess basic psychological knowledge and skills and are able to apply them in diverse situations in a scientific and ethical way. The programme has an applied focus. The programme includes alternative subjects, so the students can determine, which applied field of psychology (e.g., business psychology, legal psychology) they wish to know better; Each semester includes at least one subject, which helps to develop practical skills, including personal (e.g., communication), professional academic (e.g., academic writing) or professional practical (e.g., psychological assessment or counseling) skills; Practical skills are taught in small seminar groups, which ensures an effective transfer of skills. It is the shortest bachelor in psychology programme in Lithuania.

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2nd and 3rd year students can participate in ERASMUS+ mobility programme which gives a possibility to study at a university abroad for 1 or 2 semesters and do internship in another country.

Upon completion of studies, the graduates can work under the supervision of a qualified psychologist as well as continue with postgraduate studies of psychology or other social sciences and seek Master’s degree and a further independent career.

Secondary education (grade in mathematics).

English language proficiency - the level not lower than B1 (following the Common Framework of Reference for Language approved by the Council of Europe). Distant English language level test is organized for those, who do not possess IELTS or TOEFL certificates.


Programme type
Bachelor's studies (University)
Field of studyPsychology
Study areaSocial Sciences
Degree awardedBachelor of Social Sciences
Duration3,5 years
AccreditationCentre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education
Course languageEnglish
Starting dateSeptember 1st
Tuition fee EU students1800 EUR/per year
Tuition fee Non-EU students2340 EUR/per year

dr. Arvydas Kuzinas,  programme director:

I had a great opportunity to experience psychology studies in Mykolas Romeris university from all possible angles. I began my journey by being a student at Mykolas Romeris university, then started lecturing at the same university, later engaged in curating international psychology students, and finally became the supervisor of the whole psychology programme. During this time I learned one thing – psychology is a subject, which opens a huge selection of extremely different paths. Psychology studies not only gave me a lot of interesting information, but also opened the doors to working in children hospital, school, advertising agency, team building and personnel selection organisations, movie indexing centre, not to mention being part of new scientific discoveries, sharing them with students, traveling to different parts of the world and meeting many interesting people. The same opportunities are well reflected in Psychology bachelor studies in Mykolas Romeris university. 

For more detailed information, contact programme director via e.mail.: dr. Arvydas Kuzinas, e-mail:

Dor Koren, Graduate from Israel:
Choosing to study psychology at MRU in Lithuania has been one of the largest decisions I made in my short life, but is one I do not regret. It had its pros and cons, as all outcomes, but is, in the end, a learning experience with which to grow. I am no longer the person I was when I first entered the university, and for that I am grateful.  
Rūta Valiulytė, Graduate:
When I was 17 years old, I left to the United States to study and to play basketball. After the graduation, I came back to Lithuania, and decided to study psychology in English at Mykolas Romeris University. I have heard a lot of good reviews from current and former psychology students who studied in MRU – I especially liked that the lecturers are young, but have a lot of experience, emphasis is put on practical tasks, student groups are not large and attention is given to each student separately. It sounded familiar to my previous academic experience in the USA, and I thought that for those reasons MRU would be a great fit for me. Of course, for a lot of people my choice to study in English seemed strange, because I live in Lithuania and speak Lithuanian, but I always had plans to eventually continue my studies overseas. Even though the programme itself was still very young, the studies did not disappoint me one bit – I have learned a lot from my lecturers, who were innovative and enthusiastic, and, I must say, have done a wonderful job of passing through the information in English language. The lecturers were always willing to help, and the university’s library had plenty of resources if need be. I also got an opportunity to complete an internship already in my second year of university. Even though the group was not large, each semester we had foreign exchange students who joined the programme. The group ended up being very multicultural, which made the discussions even more interesting. At the moment I am living in Australia, where I am pursuing a diploma in counselling, and hope to continue to pursue a master’s degree in psychology. As for the programme, I hope it continues to grow and to improve, and attracts not only international, but also Lithuanian students, who are thinking of studying psychology in English language.