VMU to Hold Online Events for Those Interested in MA Studies

On 26 and 28 April, Vytautas Magnus University will host online events for students who are planning to apply for master degree studies. The event series, titled I Got the Degree… What’s Next?, will offer webinars, present Erasmus+ mobility possibilities, introduce master degree studies at VMU and other activities related to VMU and employment in Lithuania. Participants are invited to register online in advance. Please note that the schedule of all activities is shown in local Lithuanian time (GMT+3), make sure to convert it to your time zone.

During the events, students will be able to not only discover useful information about master degree studies, their exceptional features and joint degree programmes, but also attend various webinars. The first event will present the mobility possibilities of the Erasmus programme. Since VMU is a partner of about 800 foreign universities, it can provide plenty of international exchange or traineeship opportunities for its students or graduates.

Afterwards, the participants will be provided a general introduction of MA studies at VMU, explaining the key strength of master degree programmes at the university, which is open to innovations but also draws a lot of inspiration from deep-rooted historical traditions. In total, VMU offers 23 MA degree programmes that are taught in English.

The events will continue with introductions of MA studies at individual VMU sub-divisions: the faculties of Economics and Management, Law, Political Science and Diplomacy, Social Sciences, Humanities, Natural Sciences, Informatics, as well as the Agriculture Academy, Education Academy, and Music Academy.

The final event will provide important tips and other information for those who plan to stay and work in Lithuania, detailing the most noteworthy employment possibilities in this country.

The online events can be attended by senior-year students from VMU or other universities and colleges.

Registration is required. The links to the online meetings will be sent to the email address specified during the registration.

More information HERE

Source: Vytautas Magnus University

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