According to the amendments to the Law on Higher Education Institutions, which came into force on 01.01.2019, the period of accreditation of study programs has been extended. The new accreditation terms can be seen here.
|Field of study||Management, Administration and Real Estate Managament|
|Faculty||Faculty of Business, Management and Economics|
|Obtainable degree||Bachelor of Social Sciences in Management|
|Access to further studies||Access to Master Study Programmes or Second-level Professional Higher Education Study Programmes designed for studies after the awarding of Bakalaura grāds (Bachelor`s degree)|
|Programme director||Margarita Dunska|
|Credits||160 KP or 240 ECTS|
|Tuition fee starting Autumn semester, 2019||Tuition fee per year - 2500 EUR|
|Number of students accepted each year||
Autumn semester 2019
State -funded study places- 0
Autumn semester 2019
Study places for tuition fee - 85
Minimum number of students - 10
|Start of studies||Spring 2020|
|Language of instruction||English|
The aim of the programme „Business Administration” with specialization in International Business is to prepare the students to develop their own business in international environment or to work as a highly qualified specialist in state, private and international institutions. The graduates will have a full range of competences to work in the field of entrepreneurship in the context of laws and regulations. Students will be trained to work both - individually and in groups; they will also develop their presentation skills, analytical skills and critical thinking skills, which are necessary both for the labor market to remain effective and for business organizations to develop in a changing economic environment.
The planned results will cover the following competences: orienting in the processes of the contemporary international economy and business and the ability to analyze them by using statistical, econometric and other methods of quantitative and qualitative analysis; understanding the basics of every legal aspect of the entrepreneurship in order to participate efficiently in the activities of international trade, finance and other fields; abilities to orient in global economic environment and to take decisions in the circumstances of global competition.
Study programme is for foreign and Latvian residents.
Graduates will be able to develop their own business on international level, to work in international companies, multinational corporations, in the institutions of foreign affairs and economics, in international, state, non-governmental and private organizations, in embassies and banks.
General rules (here)
Competition criteria for persons with an obtained secondary education on year 2004 and onwards:
CE in Maths
CE in English
Competition criteria for persons with an obtained secondary education up to year 2004 (not included) as well as persons who have obtained their secondary education abroad and persons with special needs:
final grade in Maths (or the average grade of Algebra and Geometry)
final grade in English
Conditions for persons who have acquired secondary education abroad:
1) the Math final grade has to be passable in secondary education document;
2) English proficiency that is verified by a passable English final grade in secondary education document, the exception being cases when secondary education is acquired in English. English proficiency requirements for foreigners who have acquired their previous education abroad are specified in article 1.14.
For persons with an obtained secondary education on year 2004 and onwards: CE in Maths up to year 2008 (knowledge and basic skills (2,5 x 100 = 250) + case analysis (2,5 x 100 = 250)) or CE in Maths from year 2009 (knowledge and basic skills (2 x 100 = 200) + standard case analysis/knowledge usage in standard cases (1,5 x 100 = 150) + problem case solving/knowledge usage in non-standard cases (1,5 x 100 = 150)) + CE in English (listening (1 x 100 = 100) + reading (1 x 100 = 100) + speaking (1 x 100 = 100) + language usage (1 x 100 = 100) + writing (1 x 100 = 100))
For persons with an obtained secondary education up to year 2004 (not included) as well as persons who have obtained their secondary education abroad and persons with special needs: secondary education document final grade in Maths (or the average grade of Algebra and Geometry) (50 x 10 = 500) + secondary education document final grade in English (50 x 10 = 500)