33 Years of Economic Development in Lithuania: The Number One Baltic Success Story

Friday, March 8, 2024, 16:00 – 18:00
Šiauliai, Lithuania (venue to be confirmed)

What is the number one Baltic success story in economic development? Lithuania! Join us for reflecting on this story, from the perspective of a macroeconomic, a strategist and the next generation on March 8, in Šiauliai. 

This is an exciting opportunity to meet the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga (SSE Riga) representatives Kata Fredheim and Morten Hansen, as well as alumni Gediminas Uzkuraitis and current Lithuanian students. SSE Riga has been recognized as one of the top business schools in the region, offering a top-notch education to students from the Baltic countries and beyond. In 2024, SSE Riga celebrates its 30th anniversary.

Programme:

16:00 - 16:20
Head of Economics Department, Morten Hansen, will deliver a short lecture: "33 Years of Economic Development in Lithuania: The Number One Baltic Success Story"

16:20 - 16:40
SSE Riga graduate and co-founder of Synthesis Consulting Group, Gediminas Uzkuraitis, will share his alumni story, showcasing expertise in large-scale brand transformations and brand strategies.

16:40 - 17:00
Current Bachelor programme student will talk about economics and business studies at SSE Riga.

17:00 - 17:20
Executive Vice President of Partnerships and Strategy, Kata Fredheim, will reveal "What is SSE Riga’s Role in Baltic Development?"

17:20 onwards
Informal conversations, Q&A session, and exploration of study options at SSE Riga for interested attendees.

At SSE Riga, we are proud of our thriving Lithuanian student community. Presently, we have 29 Lithuanian students enrolled with us, and our alumni network boasts over 500 Lithuanian graduates. Additionally, SSE Riga provides up to 2 Lithuanian scholarships amounting to EUR 4,700 each for the first year of studies, effectively reducing the first year’s tuition fee to EUR 0.

Read more about the Bachelor programme in Economics and Business

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