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  • Successes and collisions in EU inspire new study programme of FSS

    The recent events in Europe and all over the world have prompted a new bachelor’s programme “European Integration and Global Development” at the University of Latvia (UL) Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS). The objective of this programme is to prepare professionals for careers in institutions, non-governmental organizations, and private sector enterprises of EU countries. With opening of new markets, governmental and private institutions have become even more global-minded, note the Dean of FSS, Prof. Juris Rozenvalds and Senior Researcher of the Advanced Social and Political Research Institute Visvaldis Valtenbergs.

  • UL and Lithuanian University of Health Sciences signs memorandum to advance scientific cooperation and exchange of scientists and students

    On Friday, November 10, the Rector of the University of Latvia (UL), Prof. Indriķis Muižnieks and the Rector of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LSMU) Remigijus Žaliūnas signed a memorandum of cooperation, which contributes to a stronger partnership, particularly in cardiology.

  • UL and CFCA concludes an agreement for implementation of ERDF projects for research and modernization of the study infrastructure
    Rector UL Indriķis Muižnieks and director of CFLA Anita Krūmiņa. Photo: Toms Grīnbergs.

    On Friday, November 10, at the University of Latvia Academic Centre, Nature House, the UL Rector Indriķis Muižnieks un Central Finance and Contracting Agency (CFCA) Director Anita Krūmiņa signed an agreement that will ensure implementation of two European Regional Development Fund's (ERDF) projects, assigning 41.9 million euro for modernization of UL research and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) study infrastructure.

  • UL LFMI Archives of Latvian Folklore phonograph cylinder collection included in UNESCO Memory of the World programme

    In 2009, the UNESCO Memory of the World programme’s Latvian National Register was established to study and popularize Latvian documentary heritage. This autumn, four nominations have been added to the register, and they will supplement to the Latvian documentary heritage for the future generations. The University of Latvia Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art (LFMI) Archives of Latvian Folklore nomination “Archives of Latvian Folklore phonograph cylinder collection” is one of these.

  • University of Latvia receives the “Red Jackets” Export Excellence Award
    UL Communication and innovation department

    On Thursday, October 19, the University of Latvia (UL) received the “Red Jackets” award for excellence in export, based on its successful student enrolment over several years.

  • J. C. Brotze’s collection at UL Academic Library is nominated for UNESCO Memory of the World Latvian National Register
    J. C. Brotze’s collection

    For the first time, a heritage belonging to the University of Latvia (UL) – Johann Christoph Brotze’s collection has been nominated for UNESCO National Register the . Notably, the Cabinet of Folksongs (Dainu Skapis), included in the International Register of the UNESCO programme Memory of the World in 2001, is also under the aegis of the UL.

  • High level experts of various fields discuss advancing Latvia’s development for the following 30 years at UL conference

    On Friday, October 20, the first forum “The Internal Factors of Latvia’s Development” of the forum series “The Formula of Latvia 2050” took place at the University of Latvia (UL), with an objective to draw attention to the internal factors of the country’s development – formation of civil society and improvement of education, economy, and demography.