The Centre for Applied Linguistics
Location: Visvalza iela 4a, Riga, Latvia, LV-1050; phone: 67034803, 67034805
Director: prof. Indra Karapetjana
Contact information: Ms Margarita Spirida at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Centre for Applied Linguistics at the Faculty of Humanities, the University of Latvia (UL) is a multi-lingual structural unit providing quality language courses for local and international undergraduate and graduate students, as well as anyone interested in upgrading their language skills in English, French, German, Latvian, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish, or any of the other 15 languages taught at the Faculty of Humanities.
The courses offered throughout the academic year and in August are run by the professional educators with advanced training and expertise in the respective language and teaching methodology.
The Centre also administers international language exams, for instance, the Pearson Test of English and London Chamber of Commerce and Industry International Qualification (LCCI) .
The Centre was established in 2012 and is committed to interdisciplinary fundamental and applied research as well as a wide range of teaching and consultancy activities with a focus on language use, language analysis and language training in such areas as education, research, economics, finance, politics, diplomacy, science, and law.