Partners and Networks
AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business is a global, nonprofit membership organization for educational institutions, businesses and other organizations. Founded in 1916, AACSB International offers to its members a variety of opportunities and services to assist in continuous improvement of their development opportunities.
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The Adizes Institute Worldwide encourages people to transform the management of their organizations and develop sustainable results by promoting belief in high values. For more information
The American Chamber of Commerce in Latvia (AmCham Latvia) is a society consisting of more than 135 companies and individual members. The AmCham Latvia is the leading foreign chamber of commerce in Latvia whose members include companies having direct trade relations with USA and other international and local businesses supporting AmCham Latvia mission and goals. The main AmCham Latvia source of financing is a membership fee. The American Chamber of Commerce in Latvia is operating since 1993 when it was founded by 27 U.S. investors. The AmCham Latvia objectives are rooted in four basic principles: honest and responsible operation directed at cooperation and excellence. For more information
The Baltic Management Development Association (BMDA) was founded in 2002. Its goal is to create a regional management development network by linking together the universities, business schools, professors and business professionals from the Baltic States and other countries. For more information
The Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN) is an international management development association established in 1993 with the aim of fostering the quality of the management development in the Central and East European countries. CEEMAN has more than 210 institutional and individual members from more than 50 countries in Europe, North America, Latin America, Africa and Asia. For more information
The Consortium of International Double Degrees was founded in 2000. It was created by the association of higher education institutions, being a non-profit organization. To promote a concept of double grades within the framework of business schools. For more information
The European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) is an international non-profit membership organization located in Brussels, Belgium.
The Organization has more than 800 members from academic, business, public service and consultancy companies in 80 countries. For more information
The representatives of the EEA and Norway Grants have created an organization whose purpose is to reduce the economic and social disparities and strengthen bilateral relations with the 16 EU countries in Central and Southern Europe and the Baltic States.
The European Social Fund (ESF) was established in 1957, and its goal is to promote employment in the European Union Member States, eliminate all forms of discrimination and inequality in the labour market, as well as develop human resources and promote creation of the information society. For more information
The European Association for International Education was founded in 1989. Its main direction of operation in to promote international higher education in Europe and the rest of the world. The association is currently composed of more than 1800 professionals working at various levels - from the exchange programme coordinators to the heads of the universities worldwide. To become a member of the EAIE not only means to be a part of the dynamically developed new organization but also to be a part of the global network of the specialists of various educational fields. For more information
HansaWorld offers a uniform, integrated solution, incorporating accounting, enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relations management (CRM). It is not typical that the supplier of HansaWorld as ERP systems has also created fully integrated vertical solutions for the hotels, restaurants, retail companies, as well as the companies engaged in provision of professional services, manufacturing, membership services, leasing and training. For more information
The goal of the Irish Latvian Chamber of Commerce is to link together Latvian and Irish businesses, establishing better and more sustainable cooperation between both countries. For more information
The British Chamber of Commerce in Latvia supports trade and investment opportunities between Latvia and the Great Britain. The RISEBA University as a member of BritCham in Latvia has an opportunity to meet other members of the organization to facilitate business and develop long-term relations.
The MIB EPAS Consortium started its operation in June 2015. The MIB EPAS Consortium is an elite network of European partners with a Master’s Program accredited EPAS in the field of international business. For more information
The Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) launched its operation in 2007 during the United Nations Global Compact Leaders Summit in Geneva. PRME is the first organization designed to develop and enhance the relations between the UN and business schools. The PRME mission is to inspire, be responsible for the management of education and research worldwide. For more information
The primary goal of Riga 1. Distance Education High School is the overall implementation of educational programs and ensuring access to education through distance learning. For more information
StudyPortals is a global study choice platform. For more information
Study in Latvia is a national agency managed by Academic Information Centre (AIC) and supported by the Ministry of Education and Science. Study in Latvia consortium was wstablished in 2011 in order to promote the export capacity and internationalization of Latvia's higher education. At the moment consortium consists of 12 higher education establishments, which offer more than 150 study programmes at all study levels - Bachelor, Masters and PhD.
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