How to stay positive during a stress-filled week of studies?
“Build resilience and develop agility;
Assess value, prioritize;
Attract good energy;
Never back down;
At all times be kind.
Have control over your life;
Always make room for what makes you happy;
Please smile more and laugh often;
Practice 5P’s: Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance.
Yearn for more,
Feed your brain,
Use your brain,
Invest in yourself,
Train your brain.”
Bachelor Program Coordinator
What motivates you in your studies?
“The fact that I’m doing this for myself.
I’m not studying for the diploma or for the grades, I’m studying to become a successful businessman.
When my motivation is not working, my coursemates are the ones who help me get back on track.”
How do you see the future of RBS Student Union?
“I see it as an influential organisation that leaves a positive impact and adds value to our RBS community and beyond.”
President of RBS Student Union
If you had one chance to change something in your past regarding your career choices, what would you change?
“I wish I had understood the importance of auditing.
I was an auditor in Ernst&Young for two years after graduating from university and did not enjoy it at all, because that meant retracing the work of other people and obliging them to do it right. So, I wish to have respected and appreciated it more since now, looking back on auditing and other auditors, I have great respect for them.”
Riga Business School Executive MBA Program Director
What is your best memory from Technovation?
“The best memory from Technovation is getting to know so many awesome business people.
Technovation is not just a project. It is a path that leads students to multiple opportunities and gives them an insider picture of what real business and technology look like.
It was an amazing tool that helped me to make my career choice and provided me with the right attitude to succeed at it.”
BBA student, Technovation Challenge Student Ambassador
What is your passion?
“Travelling, without doubt.
Seeing the world is as possible and inexpensive as ever. You can always read
another book or attend a better school, but theory will never compare to the real,
It is also one of the reasons I study international business. As jobs become more
flexible, we will soon be able to work from anywhere on the planet - while eating
paella with the locals in Barcelona, walking with elephants in Phuket or exploring
volcanoes throughout Hawaii. Just have to work smart (and hard) enough to be part
Student of RBS / BI Norwegian Business School Dual Degree Program
What inspires you?
“It may sound unusual but I am mostly inspired by my dreams.
I consider the desired result “a wish or a dream” - the point or place I want to be, and it helps to create a work/project guideline settlement which I follow until the goal is achieved.”
BBA student, member of music band “4BM”
Being a professional dancer sure requires confidence and courage.
How do these capabilities help a young woman in the business world?
“Entrepreneurial confidence is derived from the ability to execute, just like a dancer gains self-assurance by practicing.
However, no matter how confident you are, sometimes all of us feel doubt. This is where courage comes in - it requires taking risk and ignoring that fearful voice in your head. Feel the fear and do it anyway. Otherwise - just stay at home.”
BBA student, professional belly dancer
They say winning is not everything. Is that true?
“Winning is not everything.
Both - failure and success - are.
Even though failure is a great lesson, I prefer winning. If you win, it means you are either better or luckier than the opponent. And luck does not come just like that - you have to earn it.”
BBA student, Goalie at hockey club Kurbads