BSc Programme: Webinar for International Applicants

Tuesday, March 15, 2022, 16:30 – 17:30
Online

On Tuesday, March 15th, we will be hosting a webinar for prospective Bachelor programme students. This webinar is designed specifically for international prospective students. You'll also have a chance to ask us any questions you may have.

Want to connect with current students and hear their experience about studying at SSE Riga?

You can! Our students are eager to share their experiences and answer any questions you might have about life at SSE Riga and the study programme.

Are you interested to find out all the details about the admissions process?

Our staff will guide you through the application process and admissions requirements. There are several stages to the SSE Riga admissions process - (1) application form and related documents, (2) the Admissions Test, (3) Interview - all three steps help us choose between all the excellent candidates who apply to study at SSE Riga. The admissions process is free of charge and is organized fully online, so everyone can take part! The application deadline is April 25, 2022.

We invite you to join the webinar which will address topics that are relevant for international applicants:

  • Introduction - In brief about the School and Bachelor programme
  • Insights by international students - Preparing for entrance tests; student life and accommodation; study programme content
  • Admission process  - Q&A

The webinar will be led by Student Recruitment Officer Daiga Brakmane and SSE Riga international students who will represent various countries.

Registration is required - you will receive the webinar link to your email.

Register here

Apply for Studies

by April 25, 2022
Daiga Brakmane
BSc Programme Student Recruitment Officer. Read More
daiga.brakmane@sseriga.edu
+371 67015809 | +371 22003180 (only WhatsApp)

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The School’s environment is amazing! All facilities have been built exclusively for the students` comfort. Riga has excellent public transport ­– buses and trams run according to schedule and are always clean and comfortable. Most people are fluent in Russian or English, so you can always ask for help.

— Vadim Ilchuk
Ukraine, Class of 2021