At the Open Day event of Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL) , which was attended by nearly 80 potential students, there was drawn one lot of free master studies for 2009/2010. The prize was awarded to Marta Osleja. This is the first prize for both, the school and for Marta Osleja.
"I am very pleased about the prize, because already some time ago I have made a decision to study at this school. When I become aware of the opportunity to participate in the lottery I did not have even some doubt about participating", says M. Osleja. "This chance is an important challenge for me, because it puts responsibility to meet all admission requirements and complete the studies."
Marta Osleja has already acquired the professional bachelor's degree in law - at the end of the last year she has defended the bachelor's thesis in Market within the European Union Competition Law. Marta is willing to study at the Legal Linguistics programme at RGSL - the program arranged to equip professionals with skills and techniques required for a career in multilingual environment. Marta's dream is to work at the European Court of Justice as a lawyer linguist.
The lottery was open for everyone who is going to obtain the bachelor's degree this year or who already has a degree corresponding to the rules of admission of RGSL. In order to become students of the school Marta Ošleja and other participants shall submit documents confirming their qualification on or before August 24, 2009. The documents include copies of the bachelor's diploma and identity documents, as well as the TOEFL or IELTS English language test results, because the studies are conducted in the English language.
Director of the Riga Graduate School of Law Kitija Freija-Karlsone (from left), lucky winner Marta Osleja, who won free studies at the school at 2009/2010, and Member of the Board of RGSL Andris Aukmanis - all satisfied with the results of the lottery. Marta Osleja chose the Legal Linguistics programme that prepares professionals for the work in the current multilingual legal environment
Riga Graduate School lecturer in Public International Law and Constitutional Court Judge Kristine Kruma is telling about the study opportunities at the Riga Graduate School of Law
Riga Graduate School of Law Open Day event this year was attended by nearly 80 potential students, including potential students from the neighbor countries
Director of Riga Graduate School of Law programme "Law and Finance" Waleed Gumaa is stressing the uniqueness of his program, as today's market requires professionals with knowledge of both law and finance
Director of Law Legal Linguistics programme of Riga Graduate School Christopher Goddard is explaining about the new professional area and about the programme created under the proposal of the Latvian government in order to prepare professionals for work in European Union institutions