Communication and Digital Marketing

Bachelor's studies (university) @ Mykolas Romeris University
19 Aug Application deadline
1 Sep Start date
3 years Study duration full-time
2954€ Tuition fee for Eu citizens

Programme overview

How does social media influence our everyday lives? What impact does digital advertising have on online and in-store sales? How to choose an audience and provide them with engaging and creative content?

All these questions and more are introduced, discussed and answered while studying for your undergraduate degree in Communication and Digital Marketing.

Study the field of communications in Lithuania, in one of the best universities in Vilnius, will provide you with a wholesome education in today’s fastest-changing field. Communication and Digital Marketing are moving quickly. Each day brings new challenges in creativity, social media management and public relations. At MRU, our studies will help you learn to stay on top of digital marketing trends and teach you to transmit your creative ideas to the right audience.

In conjunction with detailed knowledge of digital marketing and communication studies, with us, you will also learn project management and creativity skills. This knowledge will be instrumental for you to build a successful career in advertising and communications industry.

Programme structure

Detailed programme description

Admission Requirements

Required documents:

  • Secondary education diploma or equivalent including final grades
  • Document proving English language level
  • Motivational letter
  • Passport copy
  • Additional educational documents might be required depending on the country of residence.

Provided documents must be in color, have no cut corners (high quality scan).

By submitting the documents applicant agrees for one’s information to be shared with other institutions that the University might refer to while processing the academic verification.

Applicants might be asked to participate in additional knowledge evaluation.

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