Study Abroad in Latvia
Study in Latvia
For many students, finding the right place to get educated is critical. For students, Latvia cannot seem to make an immediate choice, but this country has a lot to offer to those looking for educational program challenges with rich learning opportunities for diverse cultures. Latvia is one of the three countries located in Central and North Europe in the Baltic Sea. The country is bordered by its Baltic neighbors, Estonia and Lithuania, as well as the border with Russia and Belarus and the Swedish maritime border. Latvia is a strong culture, one that is based on religion and strong history.
Why Study in Latvia?
Latvian education offers a broad-based curriculum and global perspective to equip students with the relevant qualification and skill that will serve as a springboard to a brighter future. Studying in Latvia provides an opportunity for cross-cultural exposure and personal development. Latvia remains a wonderful country for studies abroad in Europe due to:
• Bachelor / Master/ Doctorate level Programs taught in English
• Prestigious Globally Recognized Degrees
• Government approved Universities
• Exchange semester or internship abroad
• Attractive Tuition Fee
• On-campus accommodation provided
• Moderate living costs (400 $/month)
General Entry Requirements
• 12th Pass in related stream with minimum 60% marks
• OR 3 year Govt. Polytechnic Diploma with minimum 60% marks.
Successfully completed 3 or 4 year Bachelor Degree in related field with minimum 60% marks
Costs of Study
Lithuanian studies are paid, but the Lithuanian government annually allocates 50 seats to universities in the EU / EFTA countries, and so on in universities. There are also those who have earned a high school diploma. The tuition fee is varied. First-cycle fees range from 3.2 to 18.1 thousand. The most expensive are the directions for future musicians and pilots, the cheapest - for humanists. For second degree studies you have to pay even more - on average 6.2 thousand. Students who cannot afford tuition fees may benefit from a student loan system. They can be used to cover daily expenses or tuition fees.
Working for Student
To take up employment in Lithuania you do not need a permit. Full-time students have the right to work up to 20 hours a week. Remember, however, that before obtaining a job you will receive a certificate confirming your right to live in Lithuania.