• In the Baltic countries, as well as throughout Europe, after graduation you get the State Diploma, which is a document on higher education, confirming the completion of the internationally accredited programme respective to a certain level of higher education.
  • The State Diploma is received by graduates from both public and private Universities.
  • Additionally, you get the Diploma Supplement Label, which corresponds to the model developed by the European Commission, European Council and UNESCO/CEPES.
  • Many Universities in the Baltic States have received recognition of the European Commission, which confirms the highest quality of the Diploma Supplement Label in accordance with the Bologna process standards.
  • The Diploma Supplement Label is issued free of charge in the national and Russian languages.
  • The European Diploma of the harmonized standard is recognized throughout the world and provides an opportunity to get a top-paying job both in the native country and throughout the world.