1993-09-28 Riga Latvia
28 Sep 1993, Riga (Latvia), at opening conference, following formal decision of 2nd Ministerial Session of D-XD4344 - Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS), 16-17 Mar 1993, Helsinki (Finland). Statutes adopted May 1994, Tallinn (Estonia). Programme terminated.
Act as a linking element for the three Baltic States and a basis for wider cooperation on higher education in the region in the areas of: teacher retraining; development of curricula and study courses; provision of continuing education and reforming higher education in the disciplines of law, economics, public administration and political science.
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Governing Board; Executive Committee. Academic Board representing the 3 disciplines (Economics, Law, Political Science/Public Administration). Directorate located in Riga, operates centres at each of the 3 leading Baltic universities: Tartu University - Tartu (Estonia); University of Latvia - Riga (Latvia); Vilnius University - Vilnius (Lithuania).
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