Office responsible for Erasmus+ and International students exchange at Mykolas Romeris University: 
Mykolas Romeris University 
Ateities str. 20, Vilnius LT-08303, Lithuania
Rooms No. I-302 and No I-317 
Tel.:+370 5 2714 603; Tel.: +370 5 2714 695 

(Contact persons at IO; Academic coordinators at the Faculties/Institutes; Application deadlines; Accommodation; Visas and immigration procedures; Health insurance;Introductory week; Student mentors, etc.) 

Programme of the Introductory week of 2017/2018 Spring Semester  
Arrival day - 22 January, 2018

Autumn semester (20 weeks): from 1 September, 2017 to 21 January, 2018 
Introductory week: from 29 August, 2017 to  3 September, 2017 
Date of arrival: 28 August, 2017 
Lectures: from 1 September, 2017 to 18 December, 2016 
Christmas holiday: from 18 December, 2017 to 26 December 2017 
Examinations: from 27 December, 2017 to 21 January, 2018 
Holidays: from 22 January, 2018 to 28 January, 2018 
Deadline for Applications: 31 May, 2017 (academic year 2017/2018) 

Spring semester (20 weeks): from 29 January, 2018 to 24 June, 2018 
Introductory week: from 23 January, 2018 to 28 January, 2018 
Date of arrival: 22 January, 2018 
Lectures: from 29 January, 2018 to 27 May, 2018 
Easter holiday: from 2 April, 2018 to 8 April, 2018 
Examinations: from 28 May, 2018 to 24 June, 2018 
Summer holidays: from 25 June, 2018 to 31 August, 2018 
Deadline for Applications: 30 November, 2017 (academic year 2017/2018) 

Please visit VOCAL (Vocationally Orientated Culture and Language) project website to get better prepared for your studies in Lithuania.  


The international student will be admitted without having to pay tuition fees if he/she intends to study at the University within the framework of an exchange programme (e.g. Erasmus+) or if he/she is taking part in any other officially recognized student exchange agreement between Mykolas Romeris University and his home university or mobility programme under State international agreements. Such student is called an EXCHANGE STUDENT. 


The international student can also arrange his/her studies on his/her own initiative and in this case he/she has to pay for them. Such student is called a non-degree FREE MOVER (or Visiting student). Tuition fee is calculated according to number of ECTS credits selected for studies at MRU by the Free- mover (visiting student). The charge for one ECTS credit depends on the cycle of studies (Bachelor or Master), the field of studies and it is different for EU citizens and non-EU citizens. For academic year 2017-2018 tuition fee for 1 ECTS credit for EU citizens is from 22 Eur to 38 Eur; for non- EU citizens is from 36 Eur to 53 Eur. The required number of credits per semester for a free mover (visiting student) is between 25 to 30 ECTS credits.


Once you have decided to study at the Mykolas Romeris University, do not forget to do the following: 
  • Inform Erasmus Co-ordinator about your choice at Home University (there might be deadlines for selection procedures).  Free-movers  need to inform their Home University as well. 
  • Your Home University co-ordinator must NOMINATE you to study as Erasmus+ or exchange student at MRU. (Not applicable for free-movers)
  • All applicants must complete the relevant applications:
  • Check if you need to obtain a visa at the Migration Department.
  • Check if your health insurance policy is valid in Lithuania (especially for non-EU citizens)
  • Confirm your date of arrival to the MRU International Office 
  • All the documents should be carefully filled out and submitted to the International Office (IO) via the on-line application system before the deadlines May 31 for Autumn semester or academic year and November 30th for Spring semester. 
As soon as IO receives the request for accommodation, reservation of required type of accommodation is made. If MRU housing facilities are overbooked, help in the search of alternative housing is offered (i. e. rooms and/or flats in a private sector).With the receipt of student application and study plan, relevant faculty is informed and learning agreement is prepared for approval by  the faculty responsible coordinator. Only when the faculty accepts the study plan requested in the learning agreement, International Office prepares acceptance documents and a student soon receives acceptance letter, learning agreement signed by relevant MRU faculty coordinator, notification concerning accommodation (if reruested)  and further details on arrival and studies.

ESN MRU Vilnius - Mentors' system
Incoming students are already being contacted by mentors from ESN MRU Vilnius (local Erasmus Student Network section) one one month before exchange studies and invited to join Facebook Group for MRU exchange students.
Be connected with all exchange students for overarching multicultural experience, join social and cultural activities organized for you by ESN MRU Vilnius team!
You can contact ESN MRU Vilnius by e-mail

Make sure that you bring these documents:
  • Passport
  • Visa (non-EU students)  (Special notice to non-EU students who can enter Lithuania without visa for up to 90 days - you need to bring all documents that shall be required to apply for long-term National (D-type) visa  after arrival to Lithuania)
  • Letter of Acceptance from MRU
  • European health insurance card or health insurance policy (valid in Lithuania)
  • Confirmation of accommodation (printed out message about confirmed accommodation at the Student house)
  • Three passport photographs
  • Learning Agreement signed by all three parties (needs to be uploaded in the on-line application form)
  • I'll arrive before official day of arrival.  Can I stay in Student House?
If you come to Lithuania earlier, please make sure that you book a place for your stay outside campus in either hotels or hostels, or rented apartments. It is very simple to book a room for several days at You may also check out section "Accommodation" or ask for advise from our local student mentors from ESN MRU Vilnius  – just contact them by e-mail:
  • Can I choose which room (double or triple) to live in?

It will be decided by Student House Manager upon arrival.

  • I'll arrive later than Introductory week. What should I do?
If you arrive later that Introductory week, you need to inform Coordinator of Incoming Students by email
  • I need documents to apply for VISA. When will I receive them?

MRU International Office will send you a scanned version of Mediation letter by 1 August (Autumn semester or a year) or 15 December (Spring semester).