Mykolas Romeris University
Putvinskio gatvė 70
LT-44211 Kaunas, Lithuania
Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) is an international university that was established in 1990 and it is named after the patriarch of Lithuania‘s Constitutional Law Professor Mykolas Romeris (1880-1945). It consists today of 7500 students and auditors studying at the University.
The MRU is the largest social sciences specialized university in Lithuania, whose most prominent studies and research areas are: law, public security and public administration.
The University has capable and significant core educational science, economics, humanities, communication, politics, psychology, sociology, and management areas.
The university successfully implements one of its most important missions, which is to foster a culture of scientific research and innovation.
Sustainability at MRU
MRU contributes to the implementation of the goals agreed in 2015 by the world leaders and operates according to the 2021-2023 Strategy for Sustainable Activities.
Each month of this academic year, the university will pay more attention to the implementation of specific Sustainable Development Goals. In September, the focus will be on poverty and hunger, in October good health, well-being and quality education, in November – gender equality, clean water and sanitation, in December – affordable and clean energy and decent work and economic growth, in January – industry, innovation and infrastructure and reducing inequalities, in February – sustainable cities as well as infrastructure and responsible consumption and production, in March – climate change and water bodies, in April – life on land, in May – peace, justice and strong institutions and partnerships to achieve these goals.
Find out more on the MRU Sustainable Development actions and commitments.