Mykolas Romeris University

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) is one of the leading universities of social sciences in Lithuania. It consists of 5 faculties, 13 institutes, 19 research and innovation laboratories. Currently MRU enrolls about 12,000 students and employs about 700 researchers. Research is carried out in the framework of five interdisciplinary research programmes: Justice, Security and Human Rights; Social Technologies; Sustainable Growth in the Context of Globalization; Improving the Quality of Life and Advancing Employment Opportunities; Continuity and Change of Values in Global Society. The university offers more than 70 different study programmes, over 80% of them have international accreditation. MRU 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 organization including universities, public and private sector institutions.

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Lithuania Social Sciences
Law Social Sciences
regulation Social Sciences
education Social Sciences
EU Social Sciences
republic Social Sciences
learning Social Sciences
student Social Sciences

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Research Output 1984 2019

Open Access
social behavior
conflict prevention
2 Citations (Scopus)

A cross-cultural perspective on the relationships between emotional separation, parental trust, and identity in adolescents

Sugimura, K., Crocetti, E., Hatano, K., Kaniusonyte, G., Hihara, S. & Zukauskiene, R., 2018, In : Journal of Youth and Adolescence. p. 749-759

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

parental separation
identity formation