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Business & Economics


BSc Business & Economics

3 years

€6000 pa

Programme profile

The Education in economics and business, in this programme, is combined with entrepreneurial experiences. The programme covers such areas as economics, finance, accounting, management, organisational behavior, and strategy. A range of elective courses is offered in social sciences, humanities and in topics of general interest.

The international environment formed by lecturers and students from different countries, with English as the language of instruction, adds to students’ academic, professional, social and personal development.

The primary teaching method at SSE Riga is very intensive and interactive, and involves lectures, seminars, case-studies, assignments, project work and internships. Written examinations are given in each course.

Programme content

The core modules combine mainstream economics with various aspects of business. The four main blocks are as follows:

Economics modules: include courses that cover the main areas of theoretical, applied and quantitative aspects of the subject, including also international and European aspects of economics. These courses advance understanding of the choices and behaviour of individuals, households, firms, and other organizations.

Finance and Accounting modules: focus upon capital markets, finance, management accounting, financial accounting and financial management.

Business Administration modules: provide an understanding of business, organisation, and strategy including common functionally based business courses and the courses in Ethics and Sustainable Business and Economic Anthropology that have become especially significant in recent years alongside a growing concern with the ethical practices of business and a more profound understanding of the nature of business.

Research Methods modules: aim to help undergraduates understand research methods, and look at research in academic and applied contexts. These courses also aim to provide practical skills in finding and using sources of research information, research management, and basic data analysis techniques.

Communication modules: teach powerful communication skills that enable undergraduates to bridge the gap between the everyday life and the university, be more effective in academic and professional situations and give professional training in team building and team dynamics


The School doesn't currently offer a relevant Masters programme, taught through English

Entry Requirements

3 A-levels (grades between A and E) + 3 GCSEs. Subjects to include Maths

Leaving Certificate showing at least 6 subjects of which at least 2 are Higher Level subjects (at least Grade C3). Subjects to include Maths





05 December

02 April

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