|Type of study programme||Bachelor degree|
|Degree||Bachelor degree of Social sciences in Business Administration (BBA)|
|Licence/accreditation||Study programme accredited until 11-Jun-2019|
|Credit points||120 (ECTS: 180)|
|Study language||English (EN)|
|Study arrangements||During studies international students join groups of local students that follow the program in English. The Latvian language is offered as a mandatory course (3 ECTS) within the study programme.|
|Fees||4190 EUR per year (EU citizens) or 6915 EUR per year (non-EU citizens) (2019/20)|
|Study programme description||Our mission is to educate managers and build leaders who create sustainable prosperity in the Baltic region and international environment. We do this by fostering an environment in which high potential individuals are challenged, inspired and engaged through interactive learning in the world’s top management practices.
Studies include lectures, seminars, project work, team work, case studies, discussions, internship, etc. The curriculum focuses on fundamental business related subjects in management, such as Finance, Economics, Business Research, Law, and Intercultural Communication, and uses a liberal arts approach to expanding students’ horizons. The program enables students to grow by stimulating creativity, developing problem-solving abilities, and expanding customer focus capabilities. Moreover, it boosts students’ abilities to make sound decisions and take ownership of the decisions they make and execute. This program will give you a solid degree in international business with a distinct global approach and a solid knowledge how to build socially responsible business.
The curriculum of the Bachelor of Business Administration (Management in International Business) at RTU Riga Business School is based on the curriculum of the BBA programms of two of the leading business school in Europe and US - BI Norwegian Business School and University at Buffalo.
The program offers three options:
- Study 3 years at RBS in Riga and get an internationally accredited and solid degree from the Riga Business School at Riga Technical University;
- Study 2 years at RBS in Riga, spend the 3rd in BI Norwegian Business School and get a double degree diploma from RBS and BI;
- Study 3 years at RBS in Riga, spend the 4th in University at Buffalo (UB) and get a double degree diploma from RBS and UB.
|Study programme link||www.rbs.lv/bachelor
|Requirements||1. Secondary Education diploma and transcript
2. Evidence of fluency in English (if English is not your native language).
This can be a TOEFL ITP, TOEFL iBT or IELTS.
3. Extra-curricular activities, personal achievements
Established in 1991 in cooperation with the State University of New York at Buffalo, USA, and the University of Ottawa, Canada, Riga Business School (RBS) is a management – education institution within Riga Technical University (RTU).
RBS was the first higher education institution in the Baltics to offer MBA programs in English, granting its graduates an internationally recognized Masters of Business Administration degree. Since 2012, Riga Business School has been offering a Bachelor of Management in International Business program in collaboration with BI Norwegian Business School and University at Buffalo, USA.
The school has a solid reputation and more than 1015 MBA graduates, the majority of who occupy leading managerial positions both in Latvia and abroad. RBS is the only school in the Baltics offering North-American style MBA both in teaching standards and structure, containing intensive case studies, group work and active classroom involvement over at least two years of studies.
Strong commitment to high quality, the principles of North American MBA programs and all courses presented in English make RBS distinctive in Latvia and beyond.
Riga Business School is a member of PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education). The PRME are a call to encourage and facilitate the movement of business schools toward approaches that meet the new needs and the expectations of the business world and the demands of a new generation of students with regard to sustainability and good corporate citizenship.