Congratulations to our students on the start of the new academic year and welcome to the online introductory day on 30 August.
The Introductory meeting for our Year 1 Bachelor students will start on 30 August at 11:00, the information meeting for our Year 2 and Year 3 Bachelor students will start at 16:00, the Introductory meeting for our Master students will start at 17:00.
This year, we welcome our first year LL.B students from Azerbaijan, Estonia, Finland, Guyana, Latvia, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, Syria and Ukraine, as well as Erasmus exchange students from Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg – Mannheim (Germany), ELTE University (Hungary), LUISS university Rome (Italy), Suleyman Demirel University (Turkey), Tilburg University (the Netherlands), UC Leuven-Limburg (Belgium), University of Bologna (Italy), University of Deusto (Spain), University of Groningen (the Netherlands), University of Malta (Malta), University of Tours (France), University of Trento (Italy) and University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (France).
Our Bachelor and Masters students this semester go to University of Bologna (Italy), University of Deusto (Spain), ELTE University (Hungary), University of Graz (Austria), LUISS university Rome (Italy), Maastricht University (the Netherlands), University of Malta (Malta), Örebro University (Sweden), University of Padua (Italy), Stockholm University (Sweden), University of Trento (Italy) and University of Lapland (Finland).
Starting from 20 September 2021, RGSL resumes in-class studies. In accordance with Cabinet Regulations No. 360, Article 40.13., a valid COVID Certificate which confirms full vaccination or recovery will be mandatory to enter the premises of RGSL. There will be no simultaneous online studies for students without a valid COVID certificate.
For the academic year 2021/2022 RGSL has chosen the safe mode, suggested in the respective guidelines issued by Ministry of Education and Science and in compliance with the current version of Cabinet Regulations No.360. The safe mode assumes that lectures are conducted in-class for students who are in possession of a valid digital COVID Certificate of vaccination or recovery. The safe mode chosen by RGSL will allow in-class lectures without additional restrictions i.e. in regard to number of students per auditorium, mask requirements etc. Distancing should not be observed and mouth and nose masks should not be used in the classes.
Some of the courses shall still be conducted fully or partially online also throughout the academic year. The information regarding these will be provided separately.