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Description of the Field of Study Strategy for development of the field of study, common goals and their relationship with the overall strategy of the university Prospective evaluation of the field of study and programmes of study from the viewpoint of the interests of the Republic of Latvia Development plan for the field of study Conformity of the field of study and programmes of study to labour-market needs: Analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the field of study8 1.

Description of the internal quality assurance system of the field of study Resources available for the field of study including financial resources and material and technical facilities Opportunities for cooperation in Latvia and abroad in regard to the field of study concerned List of the programmes of study, broken down by credits, form of study, acquired degree, degree and professional qualification or professional qualification.

Compliance of the programmes of study with the strategy of the Republic of Latvia or the strategy of the university or college List of the academic staff members involved in the implementation of the field of study, broken down by qualifications and obligations, including the programme of study or part thereof to be implemented by each member of the academic staff Research work of the academic staff members involved in the implementation of the field of study and its influence on studies, involvement of students in research projects, as well as participation in international projects and projects financed by the Latvian Council of Science and other institutions during the reporting period List of key scientific publications and educational material designed by the academic staff members involved in the implementation of the field of study during the reporting period List of bodies such as academic departments, groups of professors, laboratories and institutes involved in the implementation of the field of study, broken down by their tasks in the implementation of the field of study and specific programmes of study Description of the supporting staff members required for the implementation of the field of study, broken down by their tasks in the implementation of the field of study and specific programmes of study Information on External Relations Cooperation with employers and professional organisations Cooperation with Latvian and foreign universities and colleges which implement similar fields of study and similar programmes of study Students who have studied in exchange programmes abroad, broken down by exchange programmes and countries Number of foreign students in the field of study in total and broken down by programmes of study, duration of study and countries Description of the Programme of Study Jurisprudence Objectives and tasks for implementation of the programme of study Expected study results of the programme of study Plan of the programme of study list of courses and study modules and course credits, broken down by required courses, optional courses and elective courses of the programme of study, indicating the course credits and implementation plan Description of the courses and modules of study if any Organisation of the programme of study Admission requirements for the programme of study Practical implementation of the programme of study methods and modes of study used; use of distance education methods Assessment system education criteria and assessment methods for achievement and evaluation of the study results; test forms and procedures Costs of the programme of study Compliance of the programme of study with the state standards of academic education or the professional standard and professional higher education state standards and other regulations in regard to higher education Comparison with one programme of study of the same level and similar field of study in Latvia if a similar programme of study is implemented in Latvia and at least two programmes of study at universities or colleges recognised by the European Union countries Number of students enrolled in the first year of study Number of graduates if any Surveys of students and analysis of surveys Participation of students in the improvement of the study process Summary of the Development Plans for the Field of Study Compliance of the programme of study with laws and regulations and recommendations for establishment of the European higher education area Information provided by employers and professional organisations regarding the prospects for the employment of graduates over at least the next six years CVs of the academic staff involved in the implementation of the field of study as regards their scientific research and creative work Sample diploma supplement issued uponthe completion of each programme of study Documentscertifyingthat if theprogramme of study isliquidated, the applicant will provide thestudents pursuing therelevant programme of study withthe opportunity tocontinue their studies inanother university Surveys of students, graduates and employers Agreements on work placement or statements of the future work placement providers, as well as the work placement procedure Course descriptions of the programme of study.

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Description of the Field of Study 1. Strategy for development of the field of study, common goals and their relationship with the overall strategy of the university Paragraph 2. The main objectives for the development of the field of study are: To ensure the quality implementation of the programmes within the field of study, EDUhas developed a quality management system more details are providedin Paragraph 1. Each semester, surveys of students are conducted and ratings of the academic staff are created and subsequently taken into account by the management of the university when planning the teaching load for the next semester.

The survey results are summarised on a regular basis and made known to all parties concerned. Annual debates on the strengths and weaknesses, changes and developments in the study programmes and the university are planned at the Senate. The system of the internal self-assessment and quality improvement is functioning on a continuous basis.

Prospective evaluation of the field of study and programmes of study from the viewpoint of the interests of the Republic of Latvia The goals of the field of study are to train high classIT specialists required for the development of the country by providing quality studies for young professionals to be competent, able to compete in the professional environment in Latvia and abroad, motivated for professional growth and continuing education in the single European educationarea.

Quality criteria include international recognition, higher qualifications, ability to provide education for specialists for national needs whose knowledge, skills and attitudes are consistent with the requirements set forth in the national education standards and competencies laid down in the professional standards. By analysing the quality indicators, it can be concluded that the activity will take place respecting the public interest, in close collaboration with stakeholders, employers, and students.

Development plan for the field of study The development plan for the field of study over the next five years includes the following key points: Reviewing and revising the programmes of study on a regular basis in accordance with the academic education standard, national needs and the newest European technologies; 1.

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Conducting regular surveys of employers and graduates regarding the usefulness of the material acquired in the programme; 1.

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Establishing a permanent cooperation with other European universities and colleges by sending student representatives to study abroad; 1. Analysing the results of cooperation on a regular basis and revising the areas of cooperation; 1.

Expanding methodological cooperation with Latvian and foreign universities; 1. Supplementing and improving computer-based training methods; 1.

Establishing a research and technology group of the students and staff for the development of IT programmes; 1. Attracting new specialists to the teaching job and ensurecontinuing professional development of the instructors; 1.

Continuing to chrwstomatija students from abroad. Enabling participation in international conferences and organisation thereof; 2.

Motivating students to get involved in scientific grants and projects including those at the international level ; 2. Encouragingand supporting participation of theacademic staffinscientific conferences. Material and technical facilities. Constantly improving the technical facilities by purchasing up-todatehardware on a yearly basis; 3. Setting up a third computer room in the new premises, as planned, with 30 work stations and internet connection, installing multimedia projectors in all instruction rooms and providing Wi-Fi access in all premises.

Improvement of internal quality management: Improving the quality policy developed by EDU; 6 4.

CHRESTOMATIJA 11 KLASE EBOOK

The future graduates of the university help to establish a link between EDUand employers. The university will continue to improve forms of cooperation with social partners and employers also with regard to the future. Social partners and employers are involved in the events held by EDU, includingscientific research conferences, evaluation of the programmes of study, jointly organised seminars and other activities, thus providing feedback.

The EU-funded research projectDevelopment of a Sectoral Qualifications System and Increasing the Efficiency and Quality of Vocational Education was carried out in Latvia from to and involved executives from various industries who answered questions about the number of employees kase the moment, their remuneration, as well as the planned number of employees in the future. Based on the results, we can conclude that: The surveyed employers believe that the fields where their employees require additional knowledge and additional skills are the information technology and foreign languages.

The required personal trait referred to by the employers is precision. As soon as such assessment becomes possible,the following assessment criteria will be used: Level of theoretical knowledge 2. Ability to apply acquired knowledge in practice 3. Ability to work independently and make decisions 4.

Ability to perceive and analyse new information and develop new ideas 5. Ability to work as a team 6. Readiness and ability to develop further 7. Ability to work with computer software 9. Foreign language proficiency level Professional and ethical issue awareness Ability to explore contemporary literature on work-related issues 1. Analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the field of study Evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of the field of study and its implementation, as well as the preparation of the development plan for the field of study is a joint task of the programme administrators and academic staff members that involves analysis of various issues, evaluation of the results and planning.

The strengths of the field of study are: The weaknesses of the field of study are: The field of study involves the following opportunities: The external environment presents the following threats: