The tourism industry representatives will gather at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences on October 25, 2018 at the “BOOSTING EXELLENCE IN HIGHER TOURISM EDUCATION. COOPERATION BETWEEN EDUCATORS AND INDUSTRY” conference, in order to look for solutions that ensure the tourism industry employees are prepared to work in the industry.
Alongside native students, 14 exchange students from Belgium, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, Portugal and Kazakhstan will spend the autumn semester at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (ViA).
In the new season, the strongest basketball teams of Latvia and Estonia will compete in a joint championship, in which the city of Valmiera will be represented by Valmiera Glass/Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences basketball team. Under the guidance of the coach, Robert Zeile, the core of the last year’s team is preparing for the season.
One of the leading tourism researchers, a councillor at Valmiera City Council and associate professor at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences, Andris Klepers names river Gauja promenade as one of his favourite places in the city. Here he shares his story and how Valmiera became his home.
Baltic International Summer School (BISS) 2018 has officially ended, with 25 students from nine countries receiving certificates for completing the course “Media Literacy and Democracy: Baltic Perspective”.
The participants of the Baltic International Summer School (BISS) 2018 will present their final projects at the Conversation Festival LAMPA in Cēsis on June 29, 2018. During the discussion “Ten Little Stories on Media Literacy” students will talk about such topics as disinformation and critical thinking in the media environment.