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    Cooperation possibilities with MRU

    Mykolas Romeris University is open for new international partnerships and international projects - educational, research, technology transfer, mobility or other relevant to higher education activities. 
    International cooperation at MRU is devoted to strengthen internationalization of studies and research and inclusion of international dimension into all areas and activities of the University. International partnerships and engagement in exchange programmes facilitate mobility of students and staff, development and implementation of joint or double degree study  programmes, research collaboration and networking. The University’s international partnerships with more than 400 universities and public institutions or business entities span all the regions of the globe.  
    From 2006, the University offers joint Master’s degree study programmes and provide multiple opportunities for its students to seek double degrees. University is leading in number of international joint study programmes that are available at Lithuanian universities. 13 programmes are on offer already which comprise a solid part of all academic programmes taught in English Language for international and national students.
    One of the goals of University’s internationalization is a diversification of its student body, thus the number of international students is continually growing. In 2016 there are  over 500 international students studying at Mykolas Romeris University. This enables both Lithuanian and international students to share experiences and ideas as well as to work together on joint international projects, expanding their world views and cultural awareness.
    In 2011 Mykolas Romeris University has carried out the comprehensive review of its internationalization strategy using the Advisory Service offered and coordinated by the International Association of Universities. International experts stated that Mykolas Romeris University is making successful progress towards the attainment of the goals of its internationalization strategy.

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