Mykolas Romeris University

MRU | Mykolo Romerio Universitetas

Mykolas Romeris University

Number of students
1080€ - 3120€
Semester Tuition Fees
Ø monthly cost of living
Scholarships available
September 10, April 11
Application Deadline
Student - staff ratio
Nations represented

Offered Programs

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All applications to the university are completed online through our very direct online application service. Applicants can fill in the application form and upload the required documents to our easy-access platform.

MRU's application procedure involves;

Step 1: Choose the required study plan

Step 2: Fill out our online application form

Step 3: Upload the required documents:

• Passport photo (1 x 4)

• Copy of international passport or travel document (data page)

• High school graduation certificate and transcript

• Bachelor's degree or diploma of graduate applicant

• Master’s degree or diploma certificate for graduate applicants

• Resume/CV for masters and Ph.D. students

• Motivation letter

• Pay a registration fee of EUR 150

• Proof of English proficiency – IELTS total score of 5.5

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Application Requirements for Masters:

  • A-Level Certificate
  • Bachelor's Degree

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Mykolas Romeris University in Rankings

  • #132 EECA University Rankings (QS University Rankings)
  • #201-250 Top Universities for Law and Legal Studies (QS University Rankings)
  • 5th Best University in Lithuania (EduRank)

Tuition and Scholarships at Mykolas Romeris University

For an ambitious, persistent, and talented prospective student, obtaining a university degree from an internationally recognized higher institution can be financially difficult. This is why Mykolas Romeris University believes that the motivation and desire for development should be encouraged on all platforms.

Because of this, universities try to keep tuition affordable. Also, the university provides many opportunities for financial support-scholarships for newly enrolled students, scholarships for outstanding students, scholarships for extracurricular activities, and sports achievements.

Different courses have different corresponding academic fees and as such we ask that prospective applicants please contact us for the specific tuition fee that they are expected to pay at MRU.

MRU’s EU and non-EU international students’ undergraduate and postgraduate course tuition details:

Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens per 1 academic year (EUR)

Bachelor degree programs                                                      €2,160 - €2,880

                                                            Tuition fee for EU citizens per 1 academic year (EUR)

                                                                                                €1,668 - €2,880

                                                            Tuition fee for Non-EU citizens per 1 academic year (EUR)

Master degree programs                                                          €3,120 - €6,240

                                                            Tuition fee for EU citizens per 1 academic year (EUR)

                                                                                                €2,624 - €6,000

Please note: In the next few years, students continue to pay the same tuition fees as during the admission process.

Scholarships at MRU

MRU employs several efforts to ensure that regardless of economic status, all of their students have access to quality education, therefore, the following listed opportunities are available to provide all possible scholarships for international students.

Social Scholarship

The award of a social scholarship takes into account the insured income of the family, academic progress, and other important circumstances, as well as the funds provided for social scholarships in the University's estimate of expenses for the respective year.

Recipients of this scholarship include students in Bachelor's, Master's, professional students, and doctoral students. The social scholarship is a one-time payment is awarded for students in difficult financial situation, death of relatives, illness, natural disasters, and in other special cases.

The purpose of the social scholarship is to cover tuition fees, for living in the Student House, and general living expenses.

The student must indicate in the application for what purpose the scholarship is required. If the social scholarship is awarded for a contribution to studies or for living in a student home, the University Finance Service makes a payment to cover the corresponding student contribution.

Scholarship amount: from 2 to 30 BSI (1 BSI = 39 EUR).

Incentive Scholarship

The scholarship is awarded to the best students. The best-performing students in the academic unit are determined each semester according to the study results - the weighted average of the evaluations of the last session, which is not less than 8.0 points (the average is not rounded, for example, if the average is 7.8, it is considered that 8.0 points.

If the weighted average of the last session is the same, the total weighted average of the evaluations of the previous session is considered, and if it is the same, the entrance competition score is considered. Recipients of this scholarship include undergraduate and graduate students and are awarded twice a year:

  • All listed scholarship provided by the Government of Lithuania or Mykolas Romeris University
  • Additional funding may come from the student's country of origin
  • All EU citizens can apply for state-sponsored funding opportunities
  • Scholarships can be provided here for current international students

One-Off Incentive Scholarship

The scholarship is awarded for active scientific, cultural, social, or sports activities that glorify the name of MRU, for high achievements in scientific, cultural, or sports activities that glorify the name of MRU. The scholarship can also be awarded to the best-studying state-funded undergraduate and graduate students. The recipients include Bachelor's, Master's, professional students, doctoral students, and the scholarship is awarded and paid once a semester.

Professor Mykolas Romeris Nominal Scholarship

The scholarship is awarded for excellent (in exceptional cases - very good) study results and exceptional achievements in scientific, cultural, or sports activities. Awarding a scholarship, the student can be nominated by the University Academic Council, the University Student Representative Office, the local ELSA branch, or the Student Scientific Society. Students can apply for the scholarship for the autumn semester until October 1, and for the spring semester until March 1. Proposals for candidates are submitted to the University Senate Study Commission. Recipients include Bachelor's and Master's students and the scholarship is awarded twice a year:

Scholarship amount: 4 BSI (1 BSI = 39 EUR).

International Ambassador Scholarship 

The scholarship is awarded: for the proper and responsible performance of the duties defined in the regulations of the University's network of international ambassadors. The International Ambassador applying for the International Ambassador’s Fellowship shall, no later than 10 January or June 10. Applies to the responsible employee of the Communication and Marketing Center, Reception and Marketing Department, submitting a report on his/her activities. Beneficiaries include students belonging to the University's network of international ambassadors and the scholarship is awarded and paid once per semester.

Student Charity and Support Foundation

The beneficiaries of this support scholarship include students who represent the University in various international competitions, practical - scientific seminars, projects, forums, participate in internships, targeted summer camps, international conferences, scientific societies, art, sports, or other academic activities. This support fund is to cover the participation fee or to reimburse travel and subsistence expenses of the recipients.

Tuition Discounts and Waivers

In the cases specified in the MRU Contribution Payment Administration Procedure, the tuition fee may be reduced by up to 50% or the student may be fully exempted from tuition fees. The student submits an application for the reduction or exemption from the tuition fee to the head of the academic unit within 15 calendar days from the beginning of the semester. The application must be accompanied by documents confirming the student's compliance with the requirements and the recommendations of the relevant University staff. The decision on reduction or exemption of tuition fees is made by the Rector on the proposal of the University Social Affairs Commission.

Cost of living at Mykolas Romeris University

85 - 200 Euro / month
350 Euro / month
Cost of living
150 - 200 Euro / month
40 Euro / month

About Mykolas Romeris University

Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) named after Mykolas Romeris the Patriarch of the Lithuanian Constitution, is Lithuania's largest professional social science university, the most prominent part of the law, business, and public administration.

The university has a strong and important core in education, economics, humanities, communication studies, political science, psychology, sociology, science aspects of management.

Mykolas Romeris University is a public higher institution that is composed of two faculties and four institutes and the MRU School of Law, and the School of Public Safety.

The university teaches programs in more than 90 bachelor's, master's, and doctorate specialties in Lithuanian and English. The research should be conducted following the basic principles of the Bologna process.

The main areas of research are business, communication, economics, education, finance, history, management, informatics, law, management, linguistics, philosophy, political science, psychology, public administration, public safety, social work, and sociology.

MRU currently has 7,500 students, including 600 international students, and over 400 faculty members. The university offers doctoral, masters, and bachelor's programs.

More than 80% of them are internationally recognized. The most popular study courses are law, management, public administration, psychology, social work, public safety, etc.

About 200 doctoral students study in the fields of law, management, psychology, linguistics, economics, and pedagogy.

MRU has carried out important international and national research projects (about 50 projects per year on average). An international study funded by the European Commission entitled "Creating a Culture of Social Innovation in Higher Education" shows that MRU is the best university to develop social innovation among hundreds of universities in Central and Eastern Europe.

MRU is the first university in Lithuania to implement joint study programs with foreign universities in France, Austria, and Finland, and has established strong research partnerships with universities in South Korea and other Asian regions.

South Korea, Japan, China, and India are still the main countries in the development of university cooperation in Asia. Dongseo in South Korea, Josai in Japan, and Huazong University of Science and Technology in China are just some of the university’s most active partners in Asia.

Facts and Figures

About 21 MRU study programs are conducted in English (10 in the first cycle and 17 in the second cycle. Of these, 9 are joint, there are 6 verified or two diplomas and English taught in 6 countries).

MRU research program dominated by a combination of research programs in the social sciences, 95% of all research portfolios are AIKOS databases.

Mykolas Romeris University successfully performed one of its most important tasks-fostering a culture of research and innovation.

Researchers at Mykolas Romeris University conduct disciplinary and interdisciplinary basic and applied research in the social sciences and humanities.

The university publishes nearly 600 research papers every year, implement nearly 50 research projects, provide about 50 outsourcing services, conduct doctoral research in 6 scientific fields, and provide research-based expert services and solutions to responsible institutions and the public.

In 2015, a branch of Mykolas Romeris University was established to provide a network of social innovation laboratories MRU LAB.

MRU LAB has an interdisciplinary laboratory whose mission is to adapt the latest social, humanistic, technological research, and achievements to the needs of society and enterprises. These laboratories employ approximately 600 scientists and researchers.

MRU LAB is equipped with public places with mobile workplaces, two auditoriums (80 and 30 seats), and all necessary equipment for seminars, meetings, and conferences.

The university library is equivalent to the most modern academic libraries across Europe.

Open access policies, highly developed IT networks and infrastructure are being active, many online surveys have announced that Mykolas Romeris University is the second-best university in the world in terms of the quality of wireless Internet connections.



The university is known and loved in Lithuania for its modern and unique infrastructure. MRU's main campus is surrounded by parks in the north of Vilnius. You can easily reach the campus from all over Vilnius by public transport. The bus to the city center takes about 25 minutes. Campus accommodation is available for all international students from 85 to 100 Euros per month in triple or double rooms of the university dormitory.

For the convenience of the students, there is a canteen and a cafeteria where you can have breakfast, lunch, or dinner for €2 to €4. The university library and conference hall are just a 5-minute walk from the student residence.

Among the many other services provided by the university, there is a completely free large car park, sports grounds, and gyms, outdoor sports equipment, wireless Internet access, cultural and educational activities, foreign language courses, etc.

Why Study at Mykolas Romeris University

International study environement

MRU operates with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) and the DSL which was given to them by the European Commission. Therefore all certificates and degrees from MRU are highly revered and recognized in the European Union and a great number of countries.

Modern Infrastructure

The university employs a good number of field experts and skilled academicians and researchers. There are over 1,000 supervisory staff members from many leading institutions of education in the world that deliver professional-level tutoring and experience. Furthermore, the student-tutor ratio at MRU is well balanced.

Affordable Education

At MRU, there is a liberal individual learning structure for every student. In addition, there is a coach’s program and internship opportunities in affiliated Lithuanian and European organizations for practical and on-hand learning experiences.


In addition to internship placements in many fortune 500 companies, the university also promotes business and entrepreneurship amongst its students.

Student-Friendly City

Vilnius is a great environment to live and study, the people are very warm and generous and the weather is very favorable. The quality of life is very good and the roads are very safe. Vilnius is also an environmentally-conscious city where recycling and energy saving is a huge deal. Distances are very short, and you have everything at your disposal that you may need as a student.

Digital Education

MRU is a very good option when it comes to technical education and development. The university affords every student the chance to develop innovative and critical skills, whilst supplying them with all the digital tools to help turn their dreams and ideas into reality.

Accommodation Mykolas Romeris University

On Campus Accomodation at Mykolas Romeris University

MRU provides students with appropriate standard accommodation, including dormitories and student hostels.

It is well furnished and equipped with all the basic facilities students need such as 24-hour wireless internet access, heating, laundry and cleaning services, study, and recreation rooms.

Due to the very safe and charming neighborhood easily exposed by the facilities, the campus dormitory has become a cradle of communication, friendship, and student participation.

MRU has a total of 3 residences, all for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees. Initial research is appropriate to find a suitable option for yourself on campus.

Foreign students are usually placed in dormitories depending on their accessibility, and most of these dormitories are shared by two or three students.

Each room is equipped with basic furniture such as comfortable beds, chairs, office spaces, and wardrobes. There is also a practical kitchen for those who like to cook for themselves. The kitchen includes a stovetop, refrigerator, and kitchen area.

In addition to the sports or game room, the dormitory has sports, video games, board games, billiard games, and many other game lovers.

Interestingly, there are no restrictions on residents' use of facilities in other residences and the study has freedom of movement and association on campus.


On-campus accommodation costs between €100 and €200 per month, with a refundable deposit between €100 and €150. Other services, such as regular linen change, cost an extra €15 per month.

Off Campus Accomodation at Mykolas Romeris University

Apart from the campus environment, there are many private housing options just a few kilometers from the university to meet the needs of individuals who want to be different from campus dormitories.

There are a number of private rental apartments scattered around Vilnius and Kaunas, these apartments are tasteful and can meet the budget and aesthetic needs of students.

Within walking distance of the university are fully equipped one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom apartments, with costs between 200 and 450 euros depending on the type of building and facilities.

Nowadays, two, three, or even four students come together to rent a private flat or flat and share the room and pay accordingly.

The good news for off-campus accommodation in Vilnius and Kaunas is that they are often equipped with internet, cable TV, furniture, dishwashers, refrigerators, cooktops, washing machines, and many other amenities.

Sports at Mykolas Romeris University

The Mykolas Romeris University Health and Sports Center invites you to participate in basketball, volleyball, football, wrestling, triathlon, chess team, and other sports activities.

The university has designed modern sports function centers equipped with Olympic standard facilities. In this center, students can participate in more than 40 sports groups (for all weather conditions).

The school campus is equipped with courts, track and field sports fields, and sports fields such as football, American football, basketball, volleyball, tennis, gymnastics, hockey, and rugby.

The university also has eight sports teams, representing the university's national and global competition flags. The hotel also has a fitness center and gym, providing many modern tools for weight loss, muscle training, daily exercise, and even yoga and other aerobic activities.

Mykolas Romeris University is an excellent place to train or exercise. Students are encouraged to participate in an active lifestyle on campus through organized activities and individual health promotion. New gyms were established for gymnastics, games, and table tennis.

Food at Mykolas Romeris University

Many restaurants and cafes on campus provide food for the campus. Catering is provided by senior catering staff, who offer campus students a variety of dining options at different times of the day. There are meal vouchers that residents can use for breakfast, lunch, and dinner from the dormitory canteen.

Apart from the university setting, there are restaurants, cafes, and fast-food chains that serve local and continental cuisine, which are highly appreciated by locals and tourists. Food is very cheap both in Vilnius and Kaunas, and different places cater to various dietary needs near the city.

About Vilnius

Vilnius is a historical treasure of Lithuania, as well as the country's capital and most populous city. After independence in 1990, the city continued to grow and develop, and in the following years, it became more attractive and tolerant of modernity and progressivism.

Vilnius city center consists of 5 main districts; The Old Town is one of Europe's largest surviving medieval old towns. After centuries of development, it has the largest architectural remains on the European continent.

The Republic of Uzupis calls itself the Republic and is the city's art district, with all its shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Šnipiškĕs used to be the most prosperous area of the city but has now been transformed into a central business district with several companies and corporate institutions.

In this context, Vilnius (Filnius) was named the most attractive technology startup city by the Financial Times in 2019. Žvĕrynas area is the greenest area in the city center and has a very suburban vibe.

The new city is the fifth and last district of Vilnius. Reconstruction and infrastructure development are very fast. The area is a modern city and attracts a large number of Lithuanian immigrants every year.

Vilnius is a very strategic city loyal to its cultural heritage but adapted to the new world. This city is the hometown of people from all walks of life and all ethnic groups.

Very beautiful, very beautiful, this is what you think of when you talk about Vilnius. This city showcases various architectural expressions and strengths.

This may be due to the interesting history of this fascinating city, which is not always the capital of Lithuania. However, more than five centuries ago until the 18th century, Vilnius was the political and cultural center of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.

In 1994, the Old Town of Vilnius was named the "UNESCO World Heritage Site" for retaining its impressive Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical architecture, and medieval architecture.

When visiting Vilnius, Vilnius’s 2009 "It is easy to understand why it was chosen as the European Capital of Culture.

Like all cities in Lithuania, Vilnius has many restaurants. Lithuanian beer is recognized as the best beer in the world. Pair it with delicious local bread and cheese or ethnic delicacies (such as "Zeppelin"), and you can drink it with bubbly potato pancakes stuffed with meat or potato sausage and pancakes.

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