The publication, that is a part of the “Simulation Games in Strategic Communication” project (SimGames), focuses on university teaching approaches to provide students with opportunities to develop transversal skills that will help them succeed in their future careers.
A new digital platform Art Space has been created at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences. Its purpose is to present the history of artistic styles in modern gaming in an innovative and interactive way. The authors of the game are researcher Ieva Gintere and new media artists Kristaps Biters & Ieva Vīksne (Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences, Art Academy of Latvia, Liepāja University, Latvia).
In September not only students from Latvia, but also 12 new foreign full-time students from Belarus, USA, India, Pakistan, Ukraine, Argentina, Kazakhstan and Mexico will start their studies at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (ViA).
We are happy to announce that from today Belarusian students can apply for scholarships at higher education institutions in Latvia, including Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences.
Scientists from the Baltic States and Norway have started to create a database about the Baltic States over the last 100 years, including the calculation of gross domestic product (GDP).
Building the future European University, representatives from universities of 12 countries met during Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (ViA) International Week to identify possible development trends in the fields of higher education - how the study process and research will change and what society will expect from higher education institutions.