VMU students were awarded by “R1 Lietuva” nominal scholarships
On 26 st of June, Senate meeting took place at Vytautas Magnus University. At this meeting, third/fourth year BA or first/second year MA students with higher academic achievements (grade average for the previous semester must be 9 or higher) and strong involvement in social and public activities within the university and beyond, were awarded by “R1 Lietuva” nominal scholarships.
“R1 Lietuva” scholarship contest was held for a third year in a row. This year, the interest in scholarships was particularly high – 82 candidates for the III-IV Bachelor’s or I-II Master’s studies were participated. Also, foreign students of permanent studies were eligible to apply for the nominal scholarships established by “R1 Lietuva”.
200 EUR “R1 Lietuva” scholarships were awarded to the best university students and graduates in the following fields of study:
- Humanities – Žygimantas Menčenkovas
- Engineering and Technology – Romualdas Lapickis
- Life Sciences – Gabija Vaitkevičiūtė
- Agricultural Sciences – Ugnė Kilaitė
- Arts – Gabrielė Skormanaitė
- Social Sciences – Žygimantas Mozūraitis ir Daumantas Skinkys
Scholarships were presented by the representative of “R1 Lietuva”, Senior Representative of the Department Agnė Jurkšienė. She congratulates students with excellent study results and great public activities.
About the Scholarship Founder
“R1 RCM” is international company that is leading as provider of technology-based cycle management service. By adapting the latest technologies to human resources, the company effectively manages the cycle of maintaining health care systems.
Developed and tested by “R1 RCM”, “R1 Performance Stack ℠“seamlessly complements the healthcare organization’s infrastructure, helping to improve patient cash flow and cash flow management while reducing operational costs and patient satisfaction.
The mission of the company is to be a reliable partner to manage revenue while customers focus on the most important things.
“R1 Lietuva” Service Center has been operating in Kaunas since 2014 and currently has about 650 employees.