High quality education

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In June 3, 2014, Latvian Christian academy was awarded with EC Diploma supplement quality label (DS). EC recognition vestiges are given to European higher education establishments who have shown excellency in the implementation of ECTS and DS. ECTS is an instrument which helps to work out study programmes, works for transparency of both study programmes and their qualification, promotes international recognition and of study results and qualification, and permits comparance of the acquired higher education  degree on European scale. DS is a document added to the Diploma which secures standardization of the achieved results. It provides exhausting, easy-to-understand and mutually comparable information.

Latvian Christian academy offers high-quality education. Study programs are research-based and organized within an innovative interdisciplinary framework. The programmes are flexible and use state-of-the-art ICT tools.

Quality assurance.

  • Clearly stated discourse of goals and development of the University,
  • Effective management,
  • International council for strategic development,
  • Interdisciplinarity in research and study programs,
  • Innovative IT methodology in Social field study programs,
  • Academic theology serves as an instrument for methodology,
  • Academic body with involvement in both research and educational consortiums,
  • Culture of financing is based on quality performance,
  • Student-focused education.

Vision of teaching and learning at the Academy.

LChrA updated its vision of teaching and learning in 2010. This new vision does not mean a breaking with the past, instead it builds on the Academie’s education approach “Guided independent learning” and resumes its fundamental elements in an updated framework (among others a more active approach of the teacher’s responsibility before every student).

The Academie’s vision of teaching and learning emphasizes the dose link between research and education: study programs are research based, thus enabling students to acquire academic competences, including thorough knowledge and skills in the discipline, coupled with a broader interdisciplinary perspective, and a critical and research-oriented attitude. Moreover, students integrate these academic competences within a broad ethical, cultural and social formation. Through this they learn to make well-founded choices and to act professionally, constructively and critically in their chosen field. This enables them to assume their Christian and social responsibility as committed  citizens.

In Academie’s vision of teaching and learning the active student is in the end responsible for his/her own learning process. It is the responsibility of the staff to provide optimal support for the student.