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Estonia/Latvia/Lithuania - 1-20 July 2013

This program is a 3-week joint course on current economic challenges and business opportunities facing the Baltic societies and business enterprises in this region. Three leading Baltic Universities - University of Latvia, University of Tartu and Vilnius University - offer a business oriented program with strong practical emphasis on company visits in Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius.

The aim of the program is to familiarize the students with current challenges and opportunities facing the Baltic/Eastern European economies through company visits and discussion meetings with upper-level managers of local and international businesses. Cultural events of the program will include city tours, visits to renowned museums and landmarks as well as attendance of cultural events. (The detailed description of the program will be available in February 2013.)

The program will be held from 1st July until 20th July 2013. The participants will spend the first week in Estonia (Tallinn), the second week in Latvia (Riga) and the third week in Lithuania (Vilnius). Six company visits will be organized in each country, whereas the companies are chosen from the following sectors: financial, IT, marketing and tourism, marine trade and transportation, construction.

Week I: Estonia
Location: Tallinn, 01-07 July 2013
University of Tartu (est.1632) - The University of Tartu was founded in 1632 by the King of Sweden and was intended to pursue research and advance learning in a variety of disciplines. It has continued to adhere to this approach throughout the centuries, and remains today the only classical university of Estonia and a leading center of research. As a national university it has a task to keep Estonia's national culture. The University of Tartu includes 9 faculties, 17 000 students and the academic staff of 1700. The main historical campus of the University is located in the city of Tartu in Southern Estonia. The University also has the major role in the regional co-operation in the country and has developed several new campuses in Estonia, including one in the city center of vibrant Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.

Week II: Latvia
Location: Riga, 07-14 July 2013
University of Latvia (est.1919) - The University of Latvia, located in the Latvian capital Riga, has preserved its main goal - to be the center of the Latvian intellectual life by formulating new tasks and goals. Over the ninety years of its existence, the University of Latvia has evolved into a leading educational institution with the student body of 22 000 and academic staff of 1400. The development of the University of Latvia is based on rich and extensive historical heritage as well as experience and is an ongoing process through the international collaboration and modernization. Today's campus is located in the very heart of the Riga city center.

Week III: Lithuania
Location: Vilnius, 14-20 July 2013
Vilnius University (est.1579) - Vilnius University has been an important part of Vilnius for 432 years, which makes it one of the oldest and most famous higher educational institutions in the region. Its influence reaches into every aspect of the city's life. With its 14 faculties, 22 000 students and academic staff of 1830 it is the largest university in Lithuania and a keeper of cultural and scientific traditions. The University campus is located in the very heart of the Old Town and consists of 12 buildings that are arranged around 13 courtyards. Today's Vilnius is an important industrial and cultural center of Lithuania.

The application deadline is 21 May 2013. http://www.isu.ut.ee/443620
This program awards 6 ECTS credits.

The fee for the whole program is 1790 EUR. This includes tuition, accommodation with breakfast, transfer between three countries, transportation during the program, cost of the cultural and social program and services of the host universities.

PLEASE NOTE: students will receive three transcripts of records, one issued by the University of Latvia, one by the University of Tartu and one by Vilnius University.

Zane Svilane
University of Latvia
International coordinator
Raina blvd. 19, Room 143
Riga, Latvia
LV - 1586
Phone: Telefono +371 67034337 
E-mail: zane.svilane@lu.lv
www.lu.lv/eng/news/t/18155/

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