Open Day at the RGSL “DARE TO DREAM!”
together with the minister, ambassador, lawyer and businessman
During the Open Day event on 22 November RGSL invited to join the most able and the most ambitious part of your generation, and come and get acquainted with the Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL) which offers the opportunity to become an outstanding and demanded lawyer, financier, diplomat, or linguist.
Experienced and accomplished diplomats, businessmen and lawyers told about their daring to dream and the fulfilment of their dreams. The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium H.E.Mr. Frank Arnauts, representative of f the Greek Embassy Vangelis Klimis, the law firm Klavins & LAWIN Slaidins partner Raimonds Slaidiņš, and MRS Group partner Sandis Kolomenskis shared their experiences on the importance of quality of knowledge and education in realisation of their aspirations.
During the Open day RGSL students and faculty presented the Bachelor and Masters programmes with specialisations in law and business, diplomacy, the European Union law and policy, public international law and human rights, cross-border commercial law, law and finance or legal linguistics. Studies at RGSL are conducted in English.
Why to choose RGSL?
RGSL students study, work and socialise with students and teachers from different countries and cultures. The School’s international atmosphere and quality of studies meets the world's leading academic standards and contribute to the competitiveness at the labour market.
Due to the education obtained in English, the School’s graduates gain a competitive advantage and begin and continue careers in law firms, banks, ministries and parliaments, state institutions and courts, the European Union institutions, the World Bank, United Nations offices and elsewhere.
RGSL’s teachers are the main asset of the School, offering internationally competitive knowledge in their areas of competence. A large part of the curriculum is taught by visiting professors from internationally recognised universities and organisations. In addition, many courses are taught by leading practitioners from such institutions as the European Court of Human Rights, European Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court and others.
What do you need to know about the School?
Riga Graduate School of Law was founded in 1998 to provide legal education corresponding to modern European requirements for students from Europe and other countries around the world. RGSL still is the only university in Latvia, where you can obtain Bachelor and Master degrees in law studying in the English language. The School offers full and part-time programmes in law, business, linguistics and diplomacy, attracting internationally recognized experts and highly qualified teaching staff from abroad. The School also provides continuing legal education courses and offers expertise in public issues. RGSL possesses one of the best legal libraries in the Eastern Europe.