RGSL takes part at the International Education Fair “School 2011” in Kipsala
Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL) invites prospective students to visit the Open Day on 8 March, when two potential students will have an opportunity to win a place for studies without paying tuition fees for the study year 2011/2012.
The information about the Open Day will be disseminated at the 17th International Education Fair “School 2011” that will take place from 3 to 6 March at Kipsala International Exhibition Centre. Riga Graduate School of Law will take part in the exhibition with wide-ranging information about studies at the RGSL for both future bachelors and masters. RGSL is especially proud of the opportunity to invite new generation of students for studies at the bachelor programmes in Law and Business and in Law and Diplomacy, both taught in the English language, same as all other programmes.
At the Open Day on 8 March the RGSL will offer an opportunity to win a place for one year of studies without paying tuition fees in a Bachelor or Masters programmes for the study year 2011/2012. Lots will be drawn during the Open Day event on 8 March 16.00 at the Riga Graduate School of Law at Strelnieku iela 4 k-2, when the potential students are invited to get introduced to the School. It is recommended to register at the homepage www.rgsl.edu.lv in advance.
It is an exclusive opportunity to win free studies at the Riga Graduate School of Law. “The luck is what all of us need today in Latvia and young people, who are aiming high, need this in particular”, says Prorector of RGSL Martins Mits. “It is something we can support at RGSL – we offer the foundation for a prestigious career in government and private business, by providing high quality education in English. Our graduates work in law firms and courts, trade, media and banking, as well as ministries and parliaments, both at the national and international level. Their advantage is an excellent knowledge of comparative and international issues, and they are fluent in English.RGSL alumni can be found at the European Commission, European Court of Justice, European Parliament, World Bank, United Nations, and international business corporations.”
Excellent teachers are the main asset of the RGSL, offering internationally competitive knowledge in their areas of competence. A considerable part of the curriculum is taught by visiting professors from internationally recognized universities and organizations. Many courses also involve contributions from leading practitioners in the relevant sectors and working for international institutions such as the European Court of Human Rights, European Court of Justice, the ICC International Court of Arbitration, the International Criminal Court, and others.