Located in Vilnius, Lithuania, Northern Europe, International University of Social Sciences, Humanities and Computer Sciences, established in 2004.
University Community unites about 15 500 students from Lithuania and 38 foreign countries and over 1200 of academic staff and administration.
MRU engages in fundamental and applied research, takes part in national, regional and international research programmes and projects, practically applies research results and disseminates them to the public. MRU interdisciplinary research experience carried out under the priority research areas:
- Justice, Security and Human Rights;
- Social Technologies;
- National Sustainable Growth in the Context of Globalisation;
- Improving the Quality of Life and Advancing Employment Opportunities;
- Continuity and Change of Values in Global Society
Structurally MRU consists of 5 faculties:
- FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE MANAGEMENT
- FACULTY OF LAW
- FACULTY OF SOCIAL TECHNOLOGIES
- FACULTY OF POLITICS AND MANAGEMENT
- FACULTY OF PUBLIC SECURITY
Including 9 Departments, 14 Institutes, and the Mykolas Romeris University – Middlesex University Business and Media School (BMS).
The university offers more than 112 different study programmes (31 Bachelor programmes, 74 Master programmes, 6 Doctoral programmes, 1 non-degree study programme). 22 study programmes in English offered in in cooperation with foreign universities. Studies and research are carried out in interdisciplinary as well as the following disciplinary fields: law, public administration, economics, finance management, psychology, social work, social policy, sociology, educology, etc.
Mykolas Romeris University has a full membership of the following international higher education organizations: International Association of Universities (IAU), European University Association (EUA), European Association for International Education (EAIE), etc. MRU cooperates closely with over 200 international institutions including universities, public and private institutions.
Mykolas Romeris university is implementing both national and international projects that are designed to improve infrastructure, research, teaching and promote collaboration among researchers, academics and students.
The University has experience in managing national and international projects. 2014 University implemented 17 projects financed by The Research Council of Lithuania and others national funds, 23 projects financed by EU structural funds, 28 international projects financed by Erasmus+ programme, European Commission, NordPlus, COST and other programmes.