Master in Educational Management

General

Programme Description

Competencies acquired

Upon graduation of the study programme Educational Management you will be able to work in:

  • public educational institutions and private organisations providing education services;
  • education governance institutions;
  • human resource departments of enterprises and business organisations;
  • non-governmental organisations working in the field of education;
  • to continue with the doctoral studies.

Career opportunities

Upon graduation from the study program Educational Management graduates will be able to work and study in:

  • public educational institutions and private organisations providing education services;
  • education governance institutions;
  • human resource departments of enterprises and business organisations;
  • non-governmental organisations working in the field of education;
  • to continue with the doctoral studies.
Last updated Feb 2020

About the School

Ranked in QS World University Rankings as a leader in the country by its internationality, VMU is the only public higher education institution in Lithuania and one of the few in the region where a wid ... Read More

Ranked in QS World University Rankings as a leader in the country by its internationality, VMU is the only public higher education institution in Lithuania and one of the few in the region where a wide liberal arts education is imparted. This means that students can change and organize their schedule freely, minor in one field and major in another, travel abroad on international exchange and get ready for those trips by taking some of the available 30 foreign language courses. As a reflection of global academic trends, more and more lectures (separate courses and even whole study programs) are taught in English, many of them by professors from abroad. VMU offers Bachelor and Master degree programs, which are entirely taught in English. Every semester university gathers the colorful international community, which unites representatives from nearly 60 countries around the world. Read Less