Study programmes

Leisure and Entertainment Education

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Programme
Leisure and Entertainment Education
Degree awarded
Bachelor's studies (university)
Field of study
Social Sciences
Qualification
Bachelor of education
Duration
3 years
Credits (ECTS)
180
Course language
English
Admission
  • Secondary education (grade in history/foreign language).
  • English language proficiency - the level not lower than B1 (following the Common Framework of Reference for Language approved by the Council of Europe). Distant English language level test is organized for those, who do not possess IELTS or TOEFL certificates.
  • In case your English language level is not sufficient, please choose English Language Minor studies. During the first study year students, who enter a major Bachelor study programme together with minor English language studies, will focus on language studies only. Upon completion of one year Minor English Language studies and reaching sufficient English language proficiency level international students will continue studies on their selected Major.
  • For Admission Procedure and Application Deadlines please refer to MRU's webpage or Apply Online.
Application deadline
June 30, 2017
Start date
September 01, 2017
Tuition fee
Non-EU students 2160 EUR/year; EU students 1800 EUR/year
Contact email

Mykolas Romeris University

20 Ateities St, Vilnius
LT-08303 Lithuania
Tel. +370 527 14 625
Fax +370 526 76 000
E-mail: study@mruni.eu
www.mruni.eu

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Description

The main aim of this study programme is to prepare qualified specialists of informal education. The students will be able to plan educational programmes, organize and implement recreational and educational events for kids, youth and adults, regarding their requirements and needs.

Leisure and Entertainment Education programme distinguishes itself from study programmes of this field in Lithuania because it focuses on innovative and different features and instances. 

The programme includes three aspects:

  • recreation/leisure,
  • different social groups/communities,
  • education/informal education.

The studies result in current social, cultural and valued attitudes, positive ideas for socialization, capacity for lifelong learning, recreational needs of every individual (youth, disabled or the elderly) and their sociocultural interests.

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