Riga Business School - Business-education in Latvia | World.uz
RTU Riga Business School was the first higher education institution in the Baltic States to offer MBA programs in English, awarding its graduates with an internationally recognized Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree
RTU Riga Business School was the first higher education institution in the Baltic States to offer MBA programs in English, awarding its graduates with an internationally recognized Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. Since 2012, Riga Business School has been offering a Bachelor of Management Degree in International Business with the possibility of obtaining a double degree!
The school has a solid reputation and more than 1,015 MBA graduates, most of whom hold leading management positions both in Latvia and abroad. RBS is the only school in the Baltics to offer curriculum standards and a North American MBA style structure, containing intensive research, group work and active class participation for at least two years of study.
A strong commitment to high standards, the principles of North American MBA programs and teaching entirely in English make RBS a distinctive educational institution in Latvia and beyond.
Riga Business School is a member of PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education). PRME supports and facilitates the movement of business schools towards approaches that meet new needs and expectations in the business world and the requirements for a new generation of students in terms of sustainability and good corporate citizenship.
Bachelor (3 years)
6915 eur per year
Master (2 years)
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