European and International Business Law programme at Mykolas Romeris University and University of Savoie Mont Blanc is worth studying not only because of big opportunities, which are just supposed to appear, but also because of autumn semester which we have to handle in the University of Savoie Mont Blanc. First month in Savoie region of France left the best impression to each of us. Savoie is part of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes région. That’s why it is surrounded with huge mountains, which you can see everywhere you go. Our place of studies and daily life is in Chambery – the capital of Savoie region. This city is beautiful because of its nature, polite and always smiling people, variety of cultures and, of course, traces of history, almost on each building, that you pass by.
(Centre de Chambery)
The double master degree program on European and International Business Law is a great opportunity enhanced by Mykolas Romeris University and University of Savoie Mont Blanc to deepen your knowledge as well as practical understanding in a diverse scope of subjects such as International Tax Law, Banking Law, European and International Competition Law just a few to mention. Besides subjects as such International and European dimension is touched by multicultural classes environment conjoint with a second year studies in Chambery, France, amplifying your experience at the University of Savoie Mont Blanc surrounded by charming mountains and inspiring little French towns. Academic life which is well adjusted to students who work is greatly supported by cultural, social exchanges, networking as well as introductions to potential employers. Students along with lecturers make an excellent team seeking that the transmission of knowledge, understanding and practical skills would reach its final highest evaluation.
I greatly appreciate an opportunity to be a part of this double master degree program likewise a good fortune to co-operate with high end professionals, the directors/coordinators of the program such as Prof. Dr. Virginijus Bitė, Prof. Dr. Eric Brunat, Dr. Herkus Gabartas, Dr. Frédéric Schmied including many more “cutting the edge” experts.
With the warmest regards,