Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL) has announced an Early Admissions Lottery which allows this year’s applicants to win one academic year of tuition-free studies – one spot in the Bachelor programmes and one in the Masters programmes. In order to participate, applicants should submit their documents for early admission before 17 March.
Candidates for the tuition waiver in the Bachelor study programmes are required to have an overall grade average above 8 (A and B levels, according to ECTS) in the grade transcript from their first study semester in the last year of secondary school. Previous year graduates will be evaluated by the overall grade average in their graduation diploma. The candidates should meet other RGSL admission requirements.
All eligible applicants for the Masters programmes may also participate in the Early Admissions Lottery by submitting their application documents before 17 March. The Tuition Fee Waivers Committee will evaluate the applicant’s academic performance and compliance with admission requirements.
The lottery is available to residents of Latvia and all other countries. The lottery results will be announced along with the early admissions results – before 17 April.
One aim of RGSL Early Admissions Lottery is to encourage this year’s secondary school graduates, who have decided to make a career in law, diplomacy and business fields, to apply for studies at RGSL. Another goal is to motivate established professionals to improve their professional knowledge by applying to one of our seven Masters programmes.
In subsequent years of studies, all RGSL students can qualify for the RGSL Excellence Award, which is awarded to the students with the highest grades each semester. Find out more about RGSL Excellence Award www.rgsl.lv
Additionally students, who are not currently permanent residents of Latvia, can apply for tuition fee waivers available for students from abroad. Find out more about free study places for foreign students www.rgsl.lv
RGSL is a private internationally oriented law school offering Bachelor, Masters and Doctoral (Ph.D.) degree programmes in law, business, diplomacy studies and legal linguistics. Studies in all programs are conducted in English.
17 Jan 2014