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Study In Latvia

Latvia – At a Glance

Largest City:Riga
Major Cities:Daugavpils
National Language:Latvian
Ethnic Group:Latvians Russians Ukrainians
Area (KM):64589
Population (Million):1.9m
Density (Per KM):34
GDP (Billion Doller):63
Time Zone (Like UTC +6:00):2

About Latvia

Situated at Northern Europe Republic of Latvia is a country in the Baltic region. It share its border with Estonia, Lithuania, Russia, Belarus and Sweden. With a land area of 64,589 km2 Latvia has a population of 1.9 million. Riga is the capital of Latvia and official language is Latvian, which is the only one of the two Baltic language in existence. 

Latvia gain its independence on 1918 after centuries of Swedish, Polish and Russian rule. However, during World War 2 it was occupied by Nazi Germany and re-occupy by Soviets and form the Latvian SSR. Finally at 1990 after 45 years of peaceful revolution Latvian declared itself an independent state.

Modern Latvia is one of the developed and high income country in the world. Latvia known for its favor of civil liberties, internet freedom, press freedom, living standards, democratic governance, and peacefulness. They are also member of EU, UN, Eurozone, NATO, WTO and numerous other international organization.  

Top Reason to Live in Latvia

Old Rīga

The capital of Latvia Riga, has an impressive amount of historic buildings, massive churches and cobbled path. There are many beautiful squares filled with coffee shop, beer gardens. 

Art nouveau architecture

Latvia is full of beautiful theatrical style architecture. Despite the country was torn by war many time there is still ovce 750 art nouveau buildings remain. To know more about art nouveau student must visit Museum of Decorative Arts and Design. 

Beautiful beaches

Only 20 km from the capital, the Baltic Sea beaches are a thing of beauty. Jumala, Latvia’s beach town has many holiday resort and spa hotels. 

Soviet reminders

One of many ruling country of Latvia Soviet was a major one. Latvia was called Latvia USSR. And there are many buildings still stand today as a reminder of their dark past. One of then is the Academy of Science skyscraper also known as Stalin’s wedding cake.

Rundāle Palace

Built for the Duke of Courland in the 18th century, the remarkable Rundāle Palace, is the grandest of its kind in the Baltics, with 138 rooms within its baroque shell and formal gardens modelled on those at Versailles.

Ancient castles

There are many ancient castles all around the country build early 13th century still stand today. Many of them has dark inner area to explore by visitors using only candle powered lantern.

Fairytale forests

Around 45 percent of the country cover with beautiful forests. They are natural habitat for many wild life such as lynx, beavers and birds of prey. Some of the forests like Ķemeri National Park, Gauja National Park are very popular among visitors. 

Picturesque towns

Beside the capital Riga there are many more town in Latvia are equal beautiful and worth visiting. Town like Cesis hidden in the forest of Gauja National Park, Kuldiga in the west which has Europe’s widest water fall but only meter tall.

Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre

Mark Rothko, one of the world’s leading exponents of abstract expressionism was born in Latvia. The art center was named after him is dedicated to art, culture and education.

Kooky experiences

From spy games in old Soviet coastal forts to horror scenes acted out in darkened basements, Latvia has a particularly pant-wetting range of experience-based attractions on offer.

The Education System in Latvia

The education system in Latvia, like its culture, is best characterized by its openness to outside influences. It is an active participant in international collaborations such as the establishment of the European Higher Education Area, which advocates an active exchange of staff and students within and outside of Europe.

The education system in Latvia is also heavily involved in multi-national cooperation in the field of education and research, with the aim of further developing student competitiveness in both local and international job markets.

The Latvian higher education system adheres to the Bologna process, in which there are three cycles of study, namely Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD degrees. Bachelor’s programs could be completed in 3-4 years, Master’s in 1-2 years, and Doctorates in 3-4 years.

Top Reason to Study in Latvia

Internationally Recognized Degree

European degrees are internationally recognized. Studying in Latvia will benefit the students to get European Degree in the desired course along with specialization. Latvia offers a wide range of programs for students. Also, most of the programs are taught in English which attracts more international students.

Study with the Experts

Studying in Latvia will help the students to get knowledge from highly qualified experts and professionals. The Universities offers modern facilities, distant learning facilities, and library as well as exchange programs.

After all who would turn down an experience

Students are allowed to do a part-time job for 20 hours per week where they can earn up to 400 – 500 Euro per week. The students will get benefits to gain knowledge about working in European Markets. Also, some universities provide internship programs for the students where they can boost up their practical skills.

Learn new things daily

Studying in Latvia will not only help students get a European Degree but it will also give exposure to international students across the Globe. Studying with international students helps them discover new things, gives them insights to look at things differently. After the completion of their education, they will observe the difference in their communication skills as well as will broaden their thoughts.

Money Saver

The cost of living in Latvia is quite affordable than in other European countries. Some of the Universities and colleges also provide campus hostels and dorm facilities which can save transportation expenses of the students.

Explore cultures around the World

On average, yearly 1000 international students enroll themselves in Latvian universities and colleges to fulfil their dreams. Students can make lots of international friends and explore cultures around the World.

Need a break from studying, no worries Latvia has many options for students

Along with its quality education, Latvia is a place with one of the World’s best Architectures which students can visit during their weekends. Latvia is full of scenic beauties such as forests, beaches, landscapes which are worth visiting. There are many adventure activities for students who want to go for adventure activities. Apart from all these delicious food is always a reason to roam in markets.

Open the doors for Europe

Studying in Latvia will not only get an international degree but also will open tremendous job options in Europe after completion of the study. It will open up gates for the students who wish to work with European Companies.

Get Aid over others

If students plan to return to Bangladesh and explore job opportunities, they will get bonus points while applying for a job compared to other candidates in Bangladesh. The employers are willing to hire candidates who have expertise in Cross culture.

Be a better version

Studying and exploring the daily challenges that students will experience while studying in Latvia will not only broaden their horizons but will also help them become more confident as well as a capable person. Getting a European Degree along with the experience will help them to be a better version of them self.

Requirements for International Students

  • International students can be admitted to higher education institutions provided that their accomplished secondary education meets the Latvian standard.
  • Academic degrees, qualifications and certificates acquired in another country are subject to evaluation by the Academic Information Centre.
  • The student’s chosen university/higher education institution will then decide on the recognition of the student’s submitted documents based on the statement of comparability issued by the AIC.
  • The evaluation of partial studies in higher education acquired abroad is done by the student’s chosen academic institution.
  • The university will assess which study program is the closest equivalent of the partial studies, how the applicant can continue their studies, or if necessary, what additional requirements must be met before the applicant can continue to pursue their studies in the program.

With regards to the selection procedure, there are no specific requirements for international students.

  • All students are asked to apply to studies which are relevant to the marks they obtained in secondary school (Ex. To study medicine, one must have marks in biology, chemistry, and other sciences)
  • The international student’s competencies are evaluated according to general regulations applicable to all students, regardless of background.

It goes without saying that international applicants must have sufficient competence in the language of instruction of their chosen course. Most study programs are taught in Latvian, English or Russian, or a combination of the three.

Unlike other countries, most of the higher education institutions in Latvia do not strictly require internationally recognized language tests. Skills in a certain language are generally checked during interviews with the foreign student, or with the institution’s own formal language test.