Latvian University of Applied Sciences and Technology, Latvia

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Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies (LLU) 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. ( ). LLU is one of the leading universities of life sciences and technologies in the Baltic States implementing 61 study programmes in Latvian, of which 27 study programmes are also provided in English. The first international students enrolled in the 2015/2016 academic year, and in 2019/2020 the number of international students exceeded 100. The programmes of veterinary medicine, food science, business management and information technologies are the most popular among international students.

New study programmes in sustainable agriculture, sustainable forestry, biosystems machinery and environmental engineering for international students have been developed in English which will provide an opportunity to obtain a university degree in Latvia in fields that have so far been implemented only in Latvian.

The Samarkand branch of the Tashkent State University of Economics also has a joint educational program with the Latvian University of Applied Sciences and Technology, and a cooperation agreement between the two universities was signed on April 11, 2020. According to the joint bachelor's degree program in information systems and technologies (by industry and industry), students study 2+2 years in Uzbekistan and 2 years in Latvia.

Language of education: Uzbek in Uzbekistan and English in Latvia. Students spend the 5th practical semester at Latvian manufacturing companies.

Students gain advanced knowledge in a number of disciplines, including Professional English, Mathematics, Computer Engineering, WWW Technology, Operating Systems, Multimedia Technology, and Software.

Subjects taught

Qualification requirements of the joint educational program

Academic plan of the joint educational program