We invite our future bachelor students – those high school students interested in career in law, business and diplomacy - to a series of 3 online webinars to discover important aspects of RGSL life –
• Erasmus exchange on 25 March at 16:00,
• Moot courts and their importance in studying law on 30 March at 16:00
• how to determine which of our programmes – Law and Business or Law and Diplomacy is right for you, as well as what our early admission really means – on 8 April at 16:00.
This Thursday, 25 March, you are welcome to register for webinar on Erasmus exchange opportunities with our ERASMUS+ Institutional Coordinator Ulla Zumente-Steele and RGSL students and graduates who are ready to share their Erasmus experience and answer questions.
RGSL is active in the Erasmus network, with more than 40 partner universities to host our students.
Aleksandra Aleksejeva Y2 Law and Diplomacy student, spent her exchange term at the University of Graz, the second largest university in Austria. “Although students had an opportunity to enjoy lectures on-site, it did not last for long – in November, a second lockdown came into force in Austria. Accordingly, all lectures had to be switched online. Due to the fact that I had more seminars than lectures, online study process was also very enjoyable. I truly believe that the Erasmus exchange is a great opportunity to improve your knowledge in your study area even during a global pandemic."
Aleksandra will be one of the speakers at the webinar, along with RGSL graduate Elizabete Lasmane who studied at Tilburg University, and RGSL graduate Edgars Poga (2020) who spent his Erasmus internship at the Permanent Delegation of the Republic of Latvia to NATO in Brussels.
On 30 March at 16:00 you are welcome to participate in webinar on Moot courts, where RGSL Lecturer and team coach Ieva Miļūna together with students from various Moot court teams will discuss what is it and why it is so important for legal education.
RGSL student teams regularly take part in main local and international moot courts – this year our team is amongst the participants in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, the oldest and largest international moot competition in the world, focusing on public international law with participants from 700 law schools in 100 countries and jurisdictions.
Pick your programme and early admission explained
On 8 April 2021, at 16:00 you are welcome to participate in workshop on how to choose the study programme and how to apply in RGSL early admission.
Head of RGSL Study department Liene Briede and RGSL Law and Business and Law and Diplomacy programmes students will guide you through our Bachelor programmes and early admission process.