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3880
Students enrolled in this school.
10
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
10
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

The Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies is a higher education and science establishment of the Republic of Latvia, where scientific research as well as academic and professional study programmes are carried out.The main goal of the University is to create intellectual potential for providing sustainable development of Latvia and its countryside in particular while becoming and up-to date, internationally recognized and prestigious university, which actively integrates into the united European space of higher education and science. The history of the university dates back to 1863 when the Department of Agriculture was established in the Riga Polytechnicum.

What are the admissions criteria?

Applicants may be required to take an entrance exam in social sciences, computer science, biology, or chemistry, depending on the program they are applying to.

What is student life like?

The Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies provides wide opportunities to participate in sports to its students and employees. The University has two sport halls, a swimming pool, space for aerobics, martial arts, fitness equipment, as well as a sports ground and horse-riding sports centre. Sport classes are available: basketball, volley-ball, ping-pong, track-and-field athletics, Greek-Roman wrestling, judo, aerobics, floorball, orienteering, football, weight lifting, badminton and horse-riding. Employees have the opportunity to participate in six kinds of sports.Student Self-government serves as an intermediary between the university administration and student, providing mutual information exchange. Student Self-government unites active, creative and enterprising students who like to be in the centre of events and who spend their free time dealing with the problems of their peers’ regarding academic, social, culture and sport life. The members of the Student Self-government represent and defend students’ opinion and rights at the meetings of the University’s Convent, Senate, the Councils of Studies and Maintenance Assistance, various commissions and workgroups, as well as at the Latvian Students Association and other organizations at a national and international level.

Scholarships & Funding

Housing options.

The university provides housing in student residences, and prices range from 70-130 euros per month.

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