About us


  • Asian Centre is composed of academic collaborated divisions of China Studies, India Studies, Japan Studies, South Korea Studies and more divisions on Asian Cooperation Studies.

  • Asian Centre works in compliance with the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania, Law of the Republic of Lithuania, Mykolas Romeris University Statute, Senate and Council Regulations, Rector’s Decrees, general institutional regulations, these regulations and other relevant Acts of Law.

Asian Centre functions under the patronage of Mykolas Romeris University Doctor Honoris Causa, Prof. Algis Mickūnas (USA) and Prof. Joseph.J. Pilotta(USA)

Asian Centre aims and objectives:

Asian Center aims :

To develop and to encourage mutual understanding between Asia and Europe through intellectual, cultural and human resource exchange, to strengthen Mykolas Romeris University international relations, to disseminate Mykolas Romeris University name within cross cultural contexts.

Asian Centre objectives:

  • To promote institutional exchange in the areas of Lithuanian, Indian, South Korean, Chinese, Japanese studies, research and culture;
  • To create intellectual and infrastructural foundation for India, South Korea, China, and Japan oriented projects and programmes;
  • To initiate and to coordinate collaboration between Mykolas Romeris University and academic and cultural institutions of India, South Korea, China and Japan;
  • To participate in Mykolas Romeris University divisions initiated and coordinated projects connected to India, South Korea, China and Japan;
  • To organise Mykolas Romeris University and Indian, South Korean, China, and Japan teacher and researcher exchange;
  • To provide administrative support for researchers participating in this exchange;
  • To organise Indian, South Korean, Chinese, Japanese professors and specialists visits and lectures on Economics, Politics, Law, Public Administration and Social Sciences and Humanities, also to teach languages of Asian states;
  • To consult on academic exchange and internship issues in India, South Korea, China, and Japan.
  • To provide information on study programmes and modules of Mykolas Romeris University to Indian, South Korean, Chinese, and Japanese students, to participate in Indian, South Korean, Chinese, and Japanese informative campaigns;
  • To supply information on exchange possibilities with Indian, South Korean, Chinese and Japanese institutions;
  • To organise activities related to India, South Korea, China, and Japan cultural, economic, political and bilateral relation programmes.
  • Ateities st. 20, LT-08303 Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Editor: Snieguolė Zalatorė
  • Tel.: (+370 5) 271 4739
  • E-mail: snieguole@mruni.eu
  • www.mruni.eu
  • Company VAT code: LT119517219.