Mykiolas Romeris University (MRU) Lithuania, as part of the HARMONY Project, co-funded by Erasmus + program of the European Union organized a three-day Study Visit. The HARMONY project is aimed at understanding key internationalization strategies adopted across various Universities from Europe (Spain, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Slovenia) and Asia (India, Bangladesh & Vietnam), facilitating capacity building of faculty, staff and students and incorporating certain best practices in academic curriculum. Dr Meena Chintamaneni, PVC, NMIMS University attended this study visit 6– 8, September 2022.
MRU is the largest social sciences specialized university in Lithuania. University experts conducted sessions on various aspects related to International academic exchange programs such as ERASMUS + mobility & Joint study programs and the International Partnerships; MRU International Office; Integration of international students and facilitation of Internationalization at Home; Review of MRU Study quality assurance framework and practice; Academic Recognition at MRU.
About 500 MRU students each year participate in international exchange (studies and internships) via Erasmus, Nordplus or other international programmes.
Harmony Project a multi-institutional and multi-country consortium of 11 universities which began in January 2021 and is scheduled to end in January 2024, provides an excellent opportunity for peer–learning of internationalisation strategies.
EU HARMONY Consortium Member Universities
|University of Zaragoza/Spain
|European Policy Development and Research Institute /Slovenia
|Varna University of Management/Bulgaria
|Mykolas Romeris University/Lithuania
|Daffodil International University/Bangladesh
|University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh/Bangladesh
|The University of Danang/Vietnam
|Quang Binh University/Vietnam
|Vellore Institute of Technology/India
|Narsee Morjee Institute of Management Studies/India
|University of Hyderabad/India