If you are on top of your class and from Latvia’s region – apply for a scholarship at Riga Graduate School of Law and join our international mix of students.
Riga Graduate School of Law has students and faculty from over 30 countries – a truly international mix of cultures, experiences, languages and backgrounds, all united in their interest in studying law, business or diplomacy, and – in English. The longest distance traveled RGSL bachelor student comes from United States of America, joining students from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Estonia, Finland, India, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan and, of course, Latvia. Plus, incoming Erasmus students add their countries’ and universities’ experience to the group every year.
In order to encourage young people from Latvia’s cities and regions outside Riga to join this exciting mix, starting this year we are offering two scholarships – 100% tuition fee waivers for the first study year - to the best applicants of our two Bachelor programmes – “Law and Business” and “Law and Diplomacy” from Latvia’s regions (outside Rīga and Pierīga).
The scholarship (study fee waiver) may be claimed by study applicants who:
a) Have fulfilled requirements set by Rules of Admission;
b) Are Latvian residents and graduates from a high school outside of Riga and Pierīga regions;
c) Have average weighted grade 8+;
d) Have submitted a motivational letter;
e) Additional academic achievements will be considered as additional advantage.
In order to apply for the scholarship, you first have to apply for studies – at https://apply.rgsl.edu.lv/ and then send your average weighted grade, motivation letter and additional academic achievements to RGSL Head of Study Department Liene Briede e-mail: liene.briede(abols)rgsl.edu.lv with a subject: LL.B scholarship.
If you want to know more about our Bachelor programmes and study environment, come to our LL.B Open House on June 12 at 16:00 to Strēlnieku 4 k-2 and meet our students, alumni and faculty. Sign up for the event here: