Mykolas Romeris University academic and administrative staff implement national and international research, teaching and infrastructural projects that promote collaboration among researchers, private and public sector institutions, and students.
Cooperating with national and international partners international projects are implemented, financed by Horizon 2020, Erasmus+, NordPlus, EU Justice, Tempus and other programmes.
Researchers also implement projects, financed by the Research Council of Lithuania. The projects include research of various topics such as identity of Polish minority in Lithuania, the use of potential of Lithuanian diaspora‘s professional networks, intellectual property strategies of biotechnology in SMEs, leadership in autonomous school associated groups and their ability to engage in public management processes, etc. Mainly research is carried out in social sciences and humanities.
Projects financed by EU structural funds are mainly long term projects that are directed at improvement of education process, development of research and technologies. In recent years, together with partners, Mykolas Romeris University has implemented projects financed by EU structural funds. The projects were aiming to increase effectiveness of studies, improve quality and enhance internationalization of studies, develop internationalization in higher education, develop researchers’ capacities, strenghten general infrastructure of research and studies, improve career counceling, etc.