RBS Professional MBA is the oldest and most prestigious MBA program in Latvia and is designed to produce managers able to skillfully operate in the global business environment. The program empowers leaders with the skills and capabilities necessary to solve complex business problems, drive innovation, and improve the world.
Students can obtain a General MBA or choose from three specializations:
- Marketing. Having a specialization in marketing means that you will be able to lead the whole process of marketing. More importantly, you are ready to roll up your sleeves and work because you get real-world exposure and practice throughout the course.
- Finance. Having a specialization in finance means that you will deeply understand the intricacies of financial markets, the various types of investments, and the program gives you the rigorous analytical tools needed to make intelligent financing and investment decisions.
- IT. Having a specialization in IT means that you will be prepared for the role of an industry specialist for leading 21st-century companies where IT management plays a key role, as well as enables you to use today's IT solutions to compete in the global market.
General MBA Studies. The general MBA studies include obligatory core courses and six elective courses of your choice.
MBA Studies with a Specialization. The MBA studies with one of the tree specializations include obligatory core courses and four elective courses, depending on the specialization.
Upon successful program completion, you will be awarded an Internationally Accredited MBA degree from the Riga Business School at Riga Technical University. All partner institutions certify the Program’s compliance with the North American MBA standards.
- Sep. 2015
- Jan. 2016
- July 2015
- Nov 2015
RBS has an agreement with Harvard Business School and has access to its many complex and insightful case studies, which are actively used during the study process.
This school also offers:
Executive MBA (1)
Professional MBA (1)
This school offers programs in:
Last updated July 18, 2016