Why Study in Latvia?
Latvia, officially the Republic of Latvia is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe, Latvia, established in 1918 is a democratic parliamentary republic. Latvian is the official language. The capital city is Riga, the European Capital of Culture 2014.
Advantages of studying in Latvia
- Exchange semester & Dual degree Programs are available at all Universities.
- Student can study at a very affordable cost. Tuition fee starts from Rs 2,50,000 per year.
- All Programs are taught in English Language
- Student can work (part-time) for 20 Hrs per week.
- Paid Internships in France, Germany, UK, Greece etc;
- All universities are Government / Government approved
- Visa processing is very easy- one day old funds are also acceptable, required upto Rs 4 Lakh in student’s personal account
- IELTS is not required if the student can speak good English. Skype interview may be conducted before taking the application.
- Spouse can apply for visa & can work for full time.
- All Programmes starts in Sept & few in Feb intakes.
- Student can have exchange programme with other European universities as well.
- Student will get Schengen Visa
- Programmes with Bachelors, Masters & Doctoral level of studies are available In all fields like Engineering, Business, Medical, Law, Hotel Management etc;
- Erasmus Exchange Semester with grants on Living Expenses for Indian students
- Hostel accommodation will be available for less than Rs 5000 per month with all universities
Latvia is a Schengen Country. The Schengen Area includes 26 European countries which have abolished passport and any other type of border control at their mutual borders. It mostly functions as a single country for international travel purposes, with a common visa policy. The area is named after the Schengen Agreement. Countries in the Schengen Area have eliminated border controls with the other Schengen members and strengthened border controls with non-Schengen states. 22/28 European Union (EU) member states participate in the Schengen Area. Of the 6 European Union members that are not part of the Schengen Area, four – Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, and Romania – are legally obliged and wish to join the area, while the other two – the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom – maintain opt-outs. The four European Free Trade Association (EFTA) member states, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland, are not members of the EU, but have signed agreements on association with the Schengen Agreement. Three European microstates – Monaco, San Marino, and Vatican City – can be considered de facto participants.