Founded in 1998, the Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL) has become a springboard for many successful careers in law, diplomacy and business.
“I graduated from RGSL in 2011 with the Masters degree with merit, majoring in strong interdisciplinary programme of Law and Finance. Looking back at my studies, the most important was the high professional quality of the teaching staff, professors from Latvia and abroad. I would highly recommend Riga Graduate School of Law to anyone looking for education that surpasses the average level in Latvia,” Reinis Bērziņš, Chairman of the Board of Development Finance Institution Altum.
Law and Finance is one of six interdisciplinary Masters programmes offered by Riga Graduate School of Law. RGSL offers LL.M degrees in International and European Law, EU Law and Policy, Law and Finance, Public International Law and Human Rights, Transborder Commercial Law and the novelty this year - Technology Law, which focuses on the legal aspects of modern technological advancements, such as digitalisation, alternative finance, etc. Providing students with tools necessary to navigate the complex regulatory environment, the masters programme in Technology Law provides an innovative and competitive degree in a rapidly growing area of specialisation.
Tailor your Masters
In order to get to know more about the Masters programmes and the school itself, come to our Masters Open House on 4 April at 18:00 and tailor your Masters programme together with RGSL Professor and President of the Constitutional Court of Latvia Ineta Ziemele and RGSL Masters Programmes Director Waleed Gumaa, who will be ready to give you insights and answer all the study-related questions over a cup of coffee.
More about our programmes you can find here.
4 April, Thursday, 18:00–20:00 for masters programmes.
Admissions to all RGSL programmes are open – find out here what requirements there are to apply. And do not forget the early admission deadline on April 15 – by applying till that date you get 10% off the study fee for the first academic year.