|Study location||Latvia, Riga|
Economy and Business (ISCED 01028)
|Type||Bachelor, distance learning|
|Nominal duration||4.5 years (160 ECTS)|
|Tuition fee||€700 per semester|
|Application fee||€150 one-time|
|Registration fee||€100 one-time
Baltic Center Registration Fee Includes:
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
Advantages of the program
The uniqueness of the curriculum lies in its content, since mastering of this program allows graduates to acquire not only professional competencies in business management, taking into account the specifics of doing business in Europe, but also other competencies, for example, in social management and social entrepreneurship.
Graduates of the study program are able to fulfill the professional tasks of a business manager and find innovative solutions using acquired knowledge and skills; to work out a business development strategy and implement an effective business model, to develop and manage projects, to organize and manage the human, informational and financial resources and processes necessary for doing business, to evaluate business performance and use it for making decisions within the framework of the professional competence of a business manager.
During the first two years of their studies, students master compulsory subjects, thereby forming a consistent development of the fundamentals of the theory of business management, the laws of development of science, the basic principles and methodology of various fields of research. During the third and fourth year of their studies, students master mainly subjects of professional choice, which complement the understanding of various industries and sub-sectors of economics and entrepreneurship, and at the end of their training students defend their bachelor’s thesis.
The acquiring of the study curriculum of the given study program will allow its graduates to work in commercial companies, as well as to create their own company and / or continue their Master studies.