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International conference Co-operation on Research Training in the Baltic Sea Area Research training system in Latvia. Baiba Rivza Dr.habil.oec., professor Riga, 10-11 May 2004. International conventions, declarations and agreements. The Great Charter of Universities (18 September, 1988)

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International conferenceCo-operation on Research Training in the Baltic Sea AreaResearch training system in Latvia

Baiba RivzaDr.habil.oec., professorRiga, 10-11 May 2004

international conventions declarations and agreements
International conventions, declarations and agreements
  • The Great Charter of Universities(18 September, 1988)
  • Lisbon Convention(11 April, 1997)
  • Sorbon Declaration(25 May, 1998)
  • Bologna Declaration(19 June, 1999)
  • Baltic countries Agreement on Education Qualifications Academic Recognition in Baltic Common Education Area (18 February, 2000)
  • Salamanca Convention(30 March, 2001)
  • Prague communique(19 May, 2001)
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Bologna declaration (1999)

  • Salamanca (2001)

  • Prague (2001)

  • Berlin (2003)
bologna declaration cognitions goals to be reached till 2010
Bologna declaration cognitions(goals to be reached till 2010)
  • Creating comparable degrees system
  • Implementation of integrated diploma supplement
  • Creating on two cycles based system – basic studies and after diploma studies, and the first grade must be available in European labour market
  • Promoting of students and academic staff mobility
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Population: 2 325 thsds

Number of students: 126 756 thsds

33 accreditedHE institutions:

+9accreditedcolleges

the number of students in l atvia higher educational establishments

2003./2004.

Students

126 756

Private higher

State higher

educational

educational

establishments

establishments

94 368 (

74

%)

32 388 (

26

%)

Full time

Part time

Full time

Part time

students

students

students

students

56 085

38 283

27 794

4 594 (

14

%)

(

59

%)

(

41

%)

(

86

%)

Budget

Self

-

Budget

Self

-

Budget

Self

-

Budget

Self

-

students

paying

students

paying

students

paying

students

paying

30 476

students

401

students

67

students

0

students

(

54

%)

25 609

(

1

%)

37 882

(

0.2

%)

27 727

4594

(

46

%)

(

99

%)

(

99.8

%)

The number of students in Latvia higher educational establishments
priorities in research and studies
Priorities in research and studies
  • ITK
  • Biotechnology, biomedicine, pharmacology, chemical wood pulp processing
  • Materials technology and production
universities of latvia
Universities of Latvia
  • University of Latvia
  • Riga Technical University
  • Daugavpils University
  • Riga Stradiņš University
  • Latvia University of Agriculture
number of doctoral students in baltic and nordic countries 1999 2000 2001
Number of doctoral students in Baltic and Nordic countries 1999, 2000, 2001

Latvia, year 2003 number of PhD students: 62

Soruce: A.Saather

number of obtained doctoral degrees in baltic and nordic countries 1999 2000 2001
Number of obtained doctoral degrees in Baltic and Nordic countries 1999, 2000, 2001

Latvia, year 2003

number of PhD degrees: 3.4

Source: A.Saather

doctoral degrees in the nordic and baltic countries in year 2002 women
Doctoral degrees in the Nordic and Baltic countries in year 2002. Women
  • Finland - 48.7 %
  • Norway - 40.1 %
  • Sweden - 43.7 %
  • Estonia - 59.6 %
  • Latvia – 63.5 %

Source: NORBAL

number of students in higher education institutions by field of study and gender ac y 2003 2004
Number of students in higher education institutions by field of study and gender,ac.y. 2003./2004

Source: Ovierview on Latvia Higher Education, 2003. Ministry of Education and Science