On November 19th, Narxoz Law and Public Policy has signed a Memorandum of understanding with Mykolas Romeris Law School from Lithuania.
This agreement is the result of a fruitful dialogue process between the two Universities. The negotiation for cooperation was initiated a month ago when the Rector of Mykolas Romeris University (www.mruni.eu), Prof. Inga Žalėnienė visited Narxoz University. The memorandum was signed by the Dean of Narxoz Law and Public Policy, Prof. Dr. Stanislav Buyanskiy and the Dean of Mykolas Romeris Law School, Prof. Dr. Lyra Jakulevicience.
As per the agreement, the schools have decided to partner on a number of mutually attractive initiatives. Ranging from the development of an academic mobility program for students, to creating joint research programs between research professors from both schools. Starting next academic year the two Law Schools, will launch a double diploma master program for the law graduate students. The aim of the program is to give students of the master’s program the opportunity to study for one academic year in the Lithuanian University. Partnership with Mykolas Romeris University will allow students from Kazachstan to also benefit from Erasmus mobility to the partner universities and companies in the EU. Upon graduation, the students will be awarded two diplomas. One from the School of Law and Public Policy of Narxoz University, and the second one from Mykolas Romeris Law School.
“Mykolas Romeris Law School is one of the leading law schools, ranked by QS among the 300 best law schools of the world”.
“We are looking forward to developing cooperation with Narxoz Law and Public Policy in the area of International and European Business Law, as double diploma programs are one of the best opportunities for students to combine national legal education and international experience, says Dean Lyra Jakuleviciene.
“Developing relations between our schools is a great opportunity for our students and scholars to learn more about the European legal tradition and to advance towards a new level of education” Dean Stanislav Buyanskiy.