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  1. Master’s Degree in Arts, Humanities (Instrumental Music) (JVLMA)

    Knowledge (knowledge and comprehension): The postgraduate student acquires in-depth knowledge and comprehension, part of which complies with the latest findings in the respective field of Musicology - Music Pedagogy science and provides basis for creative thinking and research, including activities within interdisciplinary fields. Skills (knowledge application skills, communication skills, general skills) The postgraduate student is able to independently apply theory and methods, demonstrate problem solving skills, to undertake the research and artistic activities of the respective specialization and the professional duties of highly qualified musician. Students acquire the skills to explain and to discuss complicated or systemic and professional aspects of the respective field of music and aspects of the professional field of the musician with professionals and non-professionals. Student is able to independently organize further development of his/her competencies; - to assume responsibilities and to analyse the results of the group work (research or arts project or cultural institution work); - to undertake entrepreneurship activities (management of culture institution, research project or individual arts projects, private teaching practice); - to implement innovations in specialization of his/her field of music, to undertake activities of professional musician and teacher; - to carry out research, to pursue further studies (further education, doctoral studies) to make decisions and to find creative so ...

    Awarding body- Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  2. Bachelor of Arts in Creative Industries (LKA)

    Learning outcomes for study programme are formulated in accordance with the state academic education standard. State education standard Learning outcomes: Not available ...

    Awarding body- Latvian Academy of Culture

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  3. Bachelor's Degree in Arts (Traditional Culture and Latvian Folklore) (LKA)

    - acquisition of general knowledge about culture (literature, art, music, theatre and cinema) theory and the regularities of historical development; - acquisition of both theoretical and practical knowledge about traditional culture and folklore; - acquisition and development of research skills in traditional culture and folklore, as well as in the theory and history of culture and art; - settlement of the Final Examination, which includes a viva voce presentation of a BA Paper (10 Credit Points), which is a research paper with some applied aspects; - it includes the methodology of research, its results and analysis, and conclusions in the form of a thesis statement. ...

    Awarding body- Latvian Academy of Culture

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  4. Bachelor's Degree in Arts (Intercultural Relations) (LKA)

    - acquisition of general knowledge about culture (literature, art, music, theatre and cinema) theory and the regularities of historical development; - acquisition of the speciality language at the highest level and development of intercultural competence, as well as skills of business communication and translation; - acquisition of knowledge both about the history, culture and identity of the speciality country, and about the history and culture of Latvia, at the same time developing skills of researching the culture of the speciality country and cultural relations with Latvia; - settlement of the Final Examination, which includes the Final Examination in the speciality language and culture and a viva voce presentation of a BA Paper (10 Credit Points), which is a research paper with some applied aspects; - it includes the methodology of research, its results and analysis, and conclusions in the form of a thesis statement. ...

    Awarding body- Latvian Academy of Culture

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  5. Bachelor's Degree in Arts (Theory of Culture and Management) (LKA)

    - acquisition of general knowledge about culture (literature, art, music, theatre and cinema) theory and the regularities of historical development; - acquisition of the theories and practical skills of management and management of culture; - acquisition and development of research skills in the field of the theory, history and management of culture and art; - settlement of the Final Examination, which includes a viva voce presentation of a BA Paper (10 Credit Points), which is a research paper with some applied aspects; - it includes the methodology of research, its results and analysis, and conclusions in the form of a thesis statement. ...

    Awarding body- Latvian Academy of Culture

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  6. Bachelor's Degree in Arts (Sociology and Management of Culture) (LKA)

    - acquisition of general knowledge about culture (literature, art, music, theatre and cinema) theory and the regularities of historical development; - acquisition of the theories and history of sociology; - acquisition of the theories and practical skills of management and management of culture; - acquisition of methods of social research and development of skills to apply them in the research of culture issues; - settlement of the Final Examination, which includes a viva voce presentation of a BA Paper (10 Credit Points), which is a research paper with some applied aspects; - it includes the methodology of research, its results and analysis, and conclusions in the form of a thesis statement. ...

    Awarding body- Latvian Academy of Culture

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  7. Bachelor's Degree in Arts (Stage Acting) (LKA)

    - acquisition of general knowledge about culture (literature, art, music, theatre and cinema) theory and the regularities of historical development; - acquisition of the basic disciplines for the speciality of a drama actor - the art of acting, stage speech, stage movements, dance, solo singing and singing in ensemble; - settlement of the Final Examination which includes the Final Examination in the Art of Stage Speech and presentation of a BA Work in the Art of Acting (10 Credit Points), which is an assessment of the individual stage work of each student. ...

    Awarding body- Latvian Academy of Culture

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  8. Bachelor's Degree in Arts (Theatre and Stage Directing) (LKA)

    - acquisition of general knowledge about culture (literature, art, music, theatre and cinema) theory and the regularities of historical development; - acquisition of knowledge about the developments in drama language, the methodology and techniques of staging of a play or a piece of prose; - acquisition of knowledge about the development trends in the Latvian and world theatre both in the theoretical and practical aspects; - acquisition of theoretical knowledge, practical skills and experience in the use of drama techniques, starting with an elementary exercise cycle and stage tasks for small pieces and proceeding with drama pieces of various ages and drama styles; - settlement of the Final Examination which includes a presentation of a BA Work (10 Credit Points), which is a theatre performance or a theoretical research paper related to the speciality that demonstrates the academic knowledge and professional abilities of the student. ...

    Awarding body- Latvian Academy of Culture

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  9. Subprogramme Bachelor's Degree in Arts (Drama and Text Studies) (LKA)

    - acquisition of general knowledge about culture (literature, art, music, theatre and cinema) theory and the regularities of historical development; - acquisition of specialised knowledge about the basic principles of drama theory and technique in the synchronic and diachronic aspects taking into account historical contexts of theatre and literature development and their interaction, and the practice of present day theatre art; - ability to apply the acquired knowledge in order to independently create a drama, an analytically reflecting or a critical text in the field of literature or theatre; - settlement of the Final Examination, which includes a viva voce presentation of a BA Paper (10 Credit Points), which is either creative work with a corresponding theoretical basis or a theoretical research paper related to the speciality that demonstrates the academic knowledge and professional abilities of the student. ...

    Awarding body- Latvian Academy of Culture

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  10. Bachelor's Degree in Arts (Audiovisual Arts and Theatre Production) (LKA)

    - acquisition of general knowledge about culture (literature, art, music, theatre and cinema) theory and the regularities of historical development; - acquisition of knowledge about audiovisual and performing art, acquisition of skills to analyse and describe works of audiovisual and performing art; - acquisition of basic knowledge in the creation of film and performing art; - acquisition of deeper knowledge, skills and competencies about the production, methodology and practice of audiovisual and stage art; - settlement of the Final Examination which includes a viva voce presentation of a BA Paper in the theory and/or history of audiovisual and performing art (10 Credit Points), which is a research paper with some applied aspects; - it includes the methodology of research, its results and analysis, and conclusions in the form of an abstract. ...

    Awarding body- Latvian Academy of Culture

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia

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