Schedule

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2019./2020. ac. year 

Information for the full time 3rd, 4th year students of PBD programme International Economic Relations and  for the full time 4th year students of BD programmes International Economics and Commercial Diplomacy (20788+20798) lectures of course Introduction to International Politics  (lect. S. Struberga) are moved:
1.) from 03.09.2019. 08:30-12:00 to 20.09.2019. 12:30-16:00 room 407.
2.) from 12.09.2019. 08:30-12:00 to 27.09.2019. and will be replaced by individual work in the E-studies.

Information for the full time 1st year students of BD programme International Economics and Commercial Diplomacy lectures of course Business English I (lect. V. Apse) are moved from 12.09.2019. 12:30-16:00 to 24.09.2019. 12:30-16:00 room 508.

Information for the full time 1st year students of BD programmes International Economics and Commercial Diplomacy and Business Administration the lectures of course Mathematics for Economists (lect. R. Freimane) are moved from the 09.09.2019. 14:30-18:00 to 18.09.2019. 12-30-16:00 room 514.

Information for the full time 2nd year students of BD programme International Economics and Commercial Diplomacy (Winter intake) and Erasmus students lectures of course  Economic Systems and Their Transformation (lect. J. Bērziņš) are moved:
1.) from 03.09.2019. to 10.09.2019. 08:30-10:00 room 417.
2.) from 24.09.2019. to 01.10.2019. 08:30-10:00 room 417.
3.) from 08.10.2019. to 15.10.2019. 08:30-10:00 room 417.
4.) from 19.11.2019. to 26.11.2019. 08:30-10:00 room 417.

Undergraduate study programmes

In order to achieve the highest study results, Faculty of Business, Management and Economics offer to attend free of charge classes in math for 1st year students. Classes will take place from 13/09/2019 till 20/12/2019 on Fridays from 14:30 till 16:00, room 409, lecturer Rita Freimane. We invite and recommend to join classes to all those who would like to increase or refresh they knowledge in math towards successful studies and future career. Pre-registration is not necessary, just come and join the class.

 

Master's study programmes