- BSc Programme
- Exchange Programmes
- EMBA Programme
- Building Strong Brands
- Darījumu prasmes I
- Strategic Thinking
- Nemateriālie motivācijas rīki
- Winning New International Customers
- Change Management
- Darījumu prasmes II
- Effective International Communication
- Supply Chain & Logistics Management
- Mini MBA: Strategic Management Programme
- Cilvēku uzvedības ietekmēšana: Nudging
- Advanced Negotiations (Riga)
- Changing Behaviour of Customers, Employees, Citizens and Ourselves: Nudging (Tallinn)
- Advanced Negotiations (Tallinn)
- Custom Programmes
- Open Programmes
- Printed Matter
The primary mission of the library is to support the study programs and provide students with study materials. The collection covers the main disciplines of business and economics and is comprised of more than 25 000 books. The library subscribes to over 100 titles of major national and international economics and business journals and newspapers and to a number of national and international online databases. The library functions are fully automated, and an online catalogue can be used to locate books, Bachelor's and Master's theses. Registration is required in order to borrow books and other publications. There are two reading halls, computers, and copying and printing facilities available for readers.
A copy centre is available for students in the Gallery on the ground floor. The copy centre offers copying, scanning, and binding services for a charge.
There is one fully equipped computer room at SSE Riga. All students receive a username and password which is valid for computer access, email, wifi, e-learning, and printing. Communication via e-mail is used extensively to connect students, administration and the faculty. Remote access to e-mail accounts is also available. Students are provided with free internet access, MS Windows software, the SPSS statistical program and access to the REUTERS database. Wireless Internet connections are available for laptop users all main areas of the school. Academic support is provided through the school's e-learning platform, and all students have access to this resource.
The cafeteria provides students with hot meals, cold dishes, salads, soft drinks and snacks. It is located on the ground floor. The average meal costs EUR 3-4. The cafeteria is open Monday through Thursday from 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Fridays - from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m.