What happens after you graduate from the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga (SSE Riga)? The three-year BSc Programme in Economics and Business provides a broad education in economics and business administration, with opportunities for specialization in the final year in the following areas: economics, finance and retail. Entering the job market is an exciting but challenging task. Here we present the findings of the latest placement survey of our recent graduates.
The Bitcoin has been the topic of discussion almost everywhere. Morten Hansen, Head of Economics Department at SSE Riga, expressed his opinion on the bitcoin mania in blog at IRIR.lv.
44% of bitcoin transactions are illegal and 25% of its users are actively engaged in illicit trade a study by professors of the University of Sydney, the University of Technology Sydney and the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga finds - and its skyrocketing value is inevitably linked to these numbers. The study has been published in January 2018.
The Student Association is the union organization of students studying at SSE Riga. The Student Association is all about improving the SSE Riga experience of students. Various organizations, projects, and activities are organized by students themselves with precisely this purpose in mind. The association is represented and governed by its board – the executive body of the Student Association. The annual turnover of the SSE Riga Student Association is 120 000 – 150 000 EUR.
The Stockholm School of Economics in Riga (SSE Riga), in collaboration with the Swedish Embassy in Latvia, announces enrolment for the 2018 Future Leaders Academy (in the picture partipants of the 2017 Future Leaders Academy).
SSE Riga already has an active Facebook page with 11 000 followers and Facebook is one of the main channels in student recruitment; therefore, in January 2018 SSE Riga launched the first university chatbot of its kind in Latvia.
Associate Professor Arnis Sauka presents FICIL Sentiment Index report which summarizes investors’ perceptions in 11 potential driving forces for economy
On January 10th, 2018, SSE Riga Associate Professor Arnis Sauka presented the third Foreign Investors‘ Council in Latvia (FICIL) Sentiment Index report “The development of the investment climate in Latvia: The viewpoints of foreign investors”.