The Baltic Summer School offers 6 ECTS Credits.
Credit transfer. As Baltic Summer School gives ECTS credits for its courses, it is easy to transfer your credits to other European universities that use the ECTS system. Nevertheless, we recommend that students check with their home institution before applying to be sure that the credits are transferable and can be included in their domestic degrees.
In order to receive ECTS points you have to submit an essay on the topic assigned by professors.
Course diploma and transcript. After the summer school, a course diploma, an official transcript and a summer school description will be mailed to the students who take part in group presentations and will make individual assignment.
The European Credit Transfer System ECTS was developed by the Commission of the European Communities in order to provide common procedures to guarantee academic recognition of studies abroad. It provides a way of measuring and comparing learning achievements, and transferring them from one university to another. This is achieved through the use of a common ECTS credit unit and a common ECTS grading scale. ECTS is based on the principle that 60 credits measure the workload of a full-time student during one academic year. The student workload of a full-time study programme in Europe amounts in most cases to around 1500-1800 hours per year and in those cases one credit stands for around 25 to 30 working hours.
For further information: http://ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/socrates/ects/index_en.html
Click here to get the downloadable PDF file with detailed info on acquiring credits.
|Leon Miller Tallinn School of Economics and Business Administration|| 1. The Influence of Culture on International Business Transactions
2. Effectively Negotiating Business Related International Conflicts
3. The Do's and Don't of Entering a Foreign Business Market: Protocol and Etiquette
4. The Role of Culture in Organizational Performance
Fionn Dobbin SSE Riga
Aivars Timofejevs SSE Riga
prof. Nerijus Mačiulis
There is an ongoing discussion if euro zone must have more fiscal austerity or more fiscal stimulus. In 2000 words or less, discuss if large austerity applied in Baltic countries during recent crisis is relevant example for euro zone countries.