Baltic universities spark international interest

  • 2007-03-14
  • By Talis Saule Archdeacon
RIGA - State universities in the Baltics have recently seen an explosion in interest from foreign students. The region's universities are receiving applications from all over the world and are now expanding their programs to accommodate the growing demand. Students from abroad have many different reasons for wanting to come to study in the Baltics. Dr. Nerujus Pacesa, vice president for academic affairs at Lithuania's ISM University of Management and Economics, cited a "willingness to explore a new and less known EU country, as well as lower tuition fees and living costs" as some of the b...
The article you requested can be accessed only by subscribing to the online version of The Baltic Times. If you are already subscribed to The Baltic Times, please authorize yourself.

In case you don't have a subscription yet - please visit our SUBSCRIPTION section