Build your career wisely

 

 

Follow us on February 21! Become a student for a day!

 

TIME:  February 21, 09.00-17.25

PLACE:  RBS premises

PARTICIPANTS: high school students (10th – 12th grade)

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If you have not found the profession of your dreams, if you did not manage to shadow someone at an enterprise that you wanted to, if you would like to hear from employers what they expect from potential employees, we invite you to visit RTU Riga Business School on February 21!
 
Participate, meet professionals, and hear stories, that might help you in building your dream career. This is your opportunity to start preparing for your career and become a BBA program Student for one day!
 
Our BBA curriculum focuses on basic business-related topics in Management, such as Finance, Economics, Law and Intercultural Communication. Our program gives you a solid degree in international business with a distinctive global approach and solid knowledge of how to build a socially responsible business.
 
RBS wants to give students not only academic knowledge, but also to the skills to prepare for a successful career. International professors with practical business experience, as well as education or work experience acquired abroad, give special added value to and RBS education. More than 90% of our professors are still active in business, so during lectures they can share their experience and give students insight into the latest trends in different industries.
 
During this event you will be able to participate in workshops that will allow you to broaden your horizons and knowledge. Shape your future wisely by becoming a real professional in the field of your choice. 
 
This event is meant for high school students (10th – 12th grade), language of the event - English. The number of seats is limited.
 
How to apply: fill in the application form until February 19. Please, keep in mind – applications will be evaluated. We will announce results on February 20 by sending a letter to your e-mail (the one you will mention in the application form).
 
Venue: RBS, 11 Skolas Street, Riga
 

Agenda

9:00 – 9:45

Introduction to career management

Anita Gaile, Mg. oec.

9:55 – 10:40

What do employers expect?

Agata Anča, Talentor

11:10 – 11:55

CV workshop

Talentor

12:05 – 12:50

Business dress code

Žanna Dubska

14:00 – 14:45

Job interviews

Anita Gaile, Mg. oec.

14:55 – 15:40

Job interview, practical workshop

Guna Kalniņa, Pedersen & Partners

15:45 – 16:30

Corporate career vs entrepreneurship – discussion

Alumni, RBS

16:40 – 17:25

About RBS
 
RTU Riga Business School (RBS) is an internationally accredited school of business. The curriculum of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) at RBS is based on the curriculum of the BBA programs of two of the leading business school in Europe and US - BI Norwegian Business School and University at Buffalo School of Management. The BBA program offers students the chance to get a dual degree at RBS and BI Norwegian Business School or University at Buffalo School of Management.
 
The BBA program offers three options: 
Study 3 years at RBS in Riga and get a nationally and internationally accredited and solid degree from the Riga Business School at Riga Technical University; 
Study 2 years at RBS in Riga, spend the 3rd in BI Norwegian Business School and get a double degree from RBS and BI; 
Study 3 years at RBS in Riga, spend the 4th in University at Buffalo School of Management (UB) and get a double degree from RBS and UB.
 
Studies at RBS are in English. The number of places is limited, and there is an opportunity to receive a scholarship.
 
The deadline for submitting application documents for studies in BBA program is April 16. In order to better evaluate applicants to the Bachelor of Business Administration, RBS will be running a Silicon Valley type of recruitment process, namely the “Silicon Valley Challenge”. During this challenge different skills and qualities will be evaluated, for example, basic knowledge, IQ, honesty, leadership, team building, curiosity, cultural awareness, energy and social responsibility.