On 9 March high school students and graduates come to Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL) Open House event to find out more about its Bachelor and Masters programmes.
Attendants were greeted by RGSL Masters Programme Director Waleed Gumaa, and listened to a mini lecture by one of RGSL guest lecturers, Head of the European Union Section at the Belgian Defence Strategy Department Kurt Engelen, who spoke about “The Next Conflict Zone; Geopolitical and Legal Challenges in the Arctic.”
Riga Graduate School of Law Alumna Betija Gulbe shared her experience during studies and after graduation, and RGSL Student Association president and 1st year Law and Business Bachelor programme student Jēkabs Hugo Kisils and SA Vice-President and 1st year Law and Diplomacy Bachelor programme student Gints Kapteinis shared their reasons for joining Riga Graduate School of Law and invited potential students to be their shadows for a day to get a first-hand experience of what it means to be a student at Riga Graduate School of Law.
After the break, an insightful and interactive story about financial management of the university life, involving budget planning, goal setting and responsible usage of financial instruments, was presented by Evija Kropa, Personal Finance Expert, Swedbank Institute of Finance.
Riga Graduate School of Law Bachelor programmes “Law and Business” and “Law and Diplomacy” were presented by RGSL Bachelor Programme Director Laura Ratniece, who answered also students’ questions about English language requirements and documents needed for application before the early admission deadline, when the graduation exams are still to be passed.
So – to apply for studies at Riga Graduate School of Law, the English language proficiency level is B2 in the Centralized Exam.
For 12th year students of the Latvian high schools – in order to get your conditional acceptance, i.e. being accepted for studies at Riga Graduate School of Law before receiving your high school diploma and exam results, you need to submit your 12th year grades for the 1st semester of this academic year (with average grade of 7.5 and higher), passport and application letter. All of that can be done here: https://apply.rgsl.edu.lv/
Do not forget – by applying before our Early Admission deadline 15 April, you get 10% off tuition fee for the first academic year.
Riga Graduate School of Law is a specialized law school, offering interdisciplinary Bachelor and Masters programmes in law, which allows engaged and curious students to combine their law studies with courses in business, international relations, finance and diplomacy.
Founded in 1998 with a mission to prepare students from state administration, business, academia and NGOs to help the Baltic states accede to the European Union and help the region transform itself to a liberal democracy, the school has become a springboard for many successful careers in law, diplomacy and business.
With a vibrant community of students and faculty representing over 30 countries, students are immersed in an international education setting from their first steps at Riga Graduate School of Law. Studies in English, the Erasmus study exchange with more than 40 partner universities and internship opportunities in state, EU and international institutions, as well as in companies in Latvia and abroad, allow Riga Graduate School of Law students to expand their experience and develop connections not only across Europe, but also globally. Riga Graduate School of Law is a medium-sized, specialized university offering a tailored and stimulating learning environment.
Studies in law can be undertaken in combination with either business or diplomacy in our two LL.B programmes. Riga Graduate School of Law 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.