As we are entering the second month of emergency situation in Latvia, we have adjusted our life at RGSL to minimize all disruptions as much as possible, safety of our students, faculty and staff being our first and utmost priority.
We are proud and grateful to our students and faculty for being able to quickly adapt to the new situation and transfer most of the lectures online. The prolongation of the emergency situation until 12 May means that RGSL remains closed and physical classes are not renewed. Therefore we will conclude this academic year fully online, and the schedule for submission of Thesis and Research papers remains unchanged.
We are already planning to move the Theses defence online, to be ready if the emergency situation will be prolonged.
Our Advanced and Intensive programmes in European Law and Economics for European Neighbourhood Policy Countries, Central Asia and the Western Balkans are moved from spring to autumn this year, application deadlines for both remaining the same.
As everyone in this situation, we have to move step-by-step. Therefore we cannot say yet with certainty, if we will or will not have the Graduation Ceremony and the homecoming Party. We will closely monitor Government`s decisions in regard to people gathering and will take our decisions accordingly.
We have just concluded our Early admission, and are happy that the numbers of those who want to study at RGSL and become members of the RGSL family, are growing considerably year on year. Regarding admission, we are still waiting for the decision of the Ministry of Education on the Centralized Exams. In any case we can assure you that our admission process will stay fully online as it always has been, and even if the CE will be cancelled, we will still find a way how to select the best students to start their studies in September with us.
Our admissions deadline remains unchanged - July 15, 2020. For more details check our website or our applications portal https://apply.rgsl.edu.lv/
Happy Easter to you and your families!
Let’s stay safe and study law!