In October of this year RISEBA turns 29. This week we celebrated a humorous and heartfelt birthday this week. Academic and general staff of RISEBA and Vocational school Victoria took part in the birthday party.
Business meets art – the slogan of our university is literally justified by our students. This time we introduce Justina Teličena, 2nd year students of the RISEBA bachelor's programme Business Psychology, soloist of the Latvian National Opera and Ballet Theater.
Applications for ERASMUS+ and Double Degree are now open for Spring Semester 2021/2022.
Karlis and Kristers, RISEBA Business Psychology students, spent the first week at the Brescia University, Italy, and will spend the academic year there within the framework of the Erasmus+ programme. What are their first impressions?
RISEBA hosted partners from the EU project Intergen Erasmus+ in Riga this week (September 14-15). The exchange of experience and getting to know Latvian culture was only a part of the valuable meeting.
We are looking for male students of RISEBA bachelor's and master's programmes who are good basketball players not only in their desires, but also in their abilities: we are creating a RISEBA basketball team, which will participate in the streetball tournament organized by Turiba University on September 23.
RISEBA participates in the Erasmus + supported project ProCESS, within the framework of which management case studies will be developed.
We are very proud and happy to have RISEBA Alumni returning and sharing their professional and life experience with current students through participation in RISEBA Alumni Mentors Club.
On September 9, 2021, MARIUS SCHONBERGER's doctoral dissertation "The performance impact of computer system validation on the business value of SMEs" was defended at the open meeting of the Promotion Council of the RISEBA University of Applied Sciences and it was decided to award a PhD in Economics and Entrepreneurship.
We invite the researchers submit the articles to the next JBM volume on the topics regarding to Business Management issues!