The Order In Which Universities And Colleges Are Financed From The State Budget

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā augstskolas un koledžas tiek finansētas no valsts budžeta līdzekļiem

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 1007 Riga 2006 (December 12. No 66 24) order in which universities and colleges are financed from the State budget funds Issued in accordance with article 52 of the law school in the first part of rule 1 shall determine the order in which universities and colleges are financed from the State budget.
2. the rules apply to all universities and colleges, which grant financing from the State budget funds, regardless of their founder.
3. the provisions do not apply to the Ministry of the Interior in the College System.
4. Funding by the University or College grants from the State budget funds in the national budget for education funds, funds that are intended for a specific purpose, as well as the fees, which shall be borne by the State or which are repayable or non-repayable received credit in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 29 May 2001 on regulations No 219 "procedures are assigned to repay student loans and deleted from the State budget funds" (hereinafter referred to as the fee for studying).
5. Specific objective (for example, construction, repairs) University or College may grant additional funding from the State budget under other legislation.
6. Academic staff qualifications for public universities and colleges that do not implement relevant doctoral programmes can be awarded additional funding from State budget resources doctoral program to finance other educational sites that implement relevant doctoral programmes. Universities and colleges organise reception in those study sites by tender.
7. Study funding creates an optimal study program list and the student-the speed corresponding to the base funding, which consists of funds payments, taxes, public utilities, infrastructure maintenance, inventory and equipment and staff salaries, as well as charges for tuition.
8. Study funding from State budget funds granted in full time studies.
9. Study funding is determined on the basis of the relevant university or college for national studies the number of study places the base cost and the education thematic areas of study cost factors.
10. the Minister of education and science, no later than 1 March of the current year to determine the number of studies by universities and colleges, education thematic areas and study levels for the next financial year.
11. a thematic area of study cost factors are indicators that define the place of study of the costs of education concerned in relation to the thematic area of study places the base cost.
12. a thematic area of study cost factors Bachelor's and professional study programs specific to these rules in annex 1.
13. the study cost ratio values for master degree programs is one-and-a-half times, but doctoral programs, three times higher than those in the annex of the rules of education thematic field concerned in certain study cost factor values.
14. Study funding that University or College is granted from the State budget funds undergraduate, professional and master's study programmes, is calculated using the following formula: Fs = Tb x [S (ni x CI) + 1.5 x's (ki x mi)] + x S Sb (ni + mi) Fs-study funding;
TB-Studio location in the base cost;
Ki – the education thematic areas of study cost factor (annex 1);
NI-University or college studies prescribed for the number of Bachelor's and professional courses in the relevant thematic area of education;
MIA-Studio number of relevant thematic areas of education master degree programs;
SB-Studio space in social security costs, professional Bachelor's and master's study programmes (annex 2).
15. Study site the base cost and the studio space for social security costs shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of annex 2.
16. The Ministry of education and science each year, calculated on the basis of the study sites, the cost of the next budget year and up to 1 March of the current year estimates to coordinate with the Finance Ministry and the ministries that are subordinated to universities and colleges.
17. Scientific research or artistic creative work for high school or college funding from the State budget: 17.1. funds obtained by tender in University or college workers scientists;
17.2. the funds scientific research facilities: 17.2.1. features doctoral programs, the amount of which is calculated using the following formula: Fd = 3 TB x's (ki x di) + Sd x Sd where Fda-funding doctoral programmes;
TB-Studio location in the base cost;
Ki – the education thematic areas of study cost factor (annex 1);
di – number of study in the subject areas of education doctoral programs;
SD-PhD courses place social security costs (annex 2);
17.2.2. features of scientific development to the level of security for each University and College, calculated on the basis of the University or college studies for the number of the previous year in the Bachelor, master and doctoral degrees or qualifications gained in the number of persons, the number of academic staff with degrees, and which consists of not less than one percent of University and college studies calculated the total funding (Fs + Fd);
17.2.3. features science infrastructure support, the amount of which is calculated using the following formula: Finfr = 3 x Tb x's (Pi x ki) Finfr – resources science infrastructure support;
TB-Studio location in the base cost;
Ki – the education thematic areas of study cost factor (annex 1);
Pi-national Professor of the seats in a given thematic area of education.
18. in determining the number of university professors, the school takes into account the participation of international cooperation programmes. Those conditions are met, setting the University funding.
19. Research support funding required for the specific amount of each University and college by the Ministry of education and science, giving it in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 17.
20. The Ministry of education and science and other ministries, which are subordinated to universities and colleges, public universities and colleges conclude contracts for a number of professional training or studies, as well as the objectives of the financing required collateral.
21. the ministries and other State institutions may enter into agreements with State authorities and other accredited legal and natural persons founded universities and colleges for the preparation of certain specialists if: 21.1. the respective universities and colleges implement higher quality programmes;
21.2. established in universities and colleges are not accredited study programmes concerned;
21.3. does not prepare a sufficient number of specialists required state.
22. A contract for a fixed number of specialist training for a period corresponding to the duration of certain programmes and which are the required number of specialist training.
23. an integral part of the contract is agreed by the parties, the Protocol, concluded for one year not later than two weeks after the current year of the law on the State budget.
24. the Treaty for a fixed number of professional training or studies: 24.1. high school or College in the context of study or research support;
24.2. the Ministry's commitment to support universities and colleges;
24.3. using financial and control arrangements;
15.2. submission of the report and of the procedure for the exchange of information;
15.2. disputes and the resolution of disputes.
25. the agreed minutes in the show: 25.1. the State budget-funded study places on the thematic areas of education, graduate and study programmes;
25.2. the funding for it;
25.3. should the number of professionals;
25.4. study site the base cost.
26. Concluding agreement with universities and colleges, with more than 30 programs of study, location of study by the number of study programmes in selected thematic areas may not.
27. The transition from a minimum of study cost ratio values to the optimālaj values takes place gradually in the Decade, each year, the increasing cost of study coefficients of one tenth.
28. the study cost factor values in the study site for the calculation of the cost of part time study is three quarters of the rules set out in annex 1 of the thematic areas of the coefficient values.
29. Universities and colleges financed for the year for the State budget.
30. Students who are imatrikulēt from the State budget-funded study places in part-time studies up to September 1, 2001, to continue studies in these places until the completion of the relevant study programme, but not longer than the time provided for in the programme of study.

31. Agreements with universities on Government budget allocations and a limited number of specialists preparation concluded, on the basis of the Cabinet of Ministers on 24 July 2001, the Regulation No 334 "order in which universities are financed from the State budget", are valid until the expiry of the contract.
32. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 24 July 2001, Regulation No 334 "order in which universities are financed from the State budget" (Latvian journal, 2001, 114 no; 2004, nr. 4).
33. the rules shall enter into force by 1 January 2007.
Prime Minister a. Halloween, Minister of education and science b. Rivž Editorial Note: regulations shall enter into force by 1 January 2007.
   
1. the annex to Cabinet of 12 December 2006 of the Regulation No 994 study cost factors (ki) undergraduate and professional programs of study through educational thematic areas no PO box
In the field of education thematic courses cost factors (ki) the optimum value of the cost factors (ki), minimum value 1.
2. the science of Justice 1.1 1.0
Humanities 1.4 1.0 3.
Social and human sciences 4 1.4 1.0.
Information and communication science 1.4 1.0 5.
Business and administration 6 1.4 1.0.
Teacher education and educational science (excluding the annex referred to in paragraph 21 of the programs) 1.7 1.1 7.
Individual services 1.8 1.1 8.
Transport services 1.8 1.1 9.
Computer science 2.5 1.5 10.
Mathematics and statistics 2.5 1.5 11.
Construction of 2.9 1.7 12.
13. the boatmasters 2.9 1.7
Engineering 2.9 1.7 14.
Agriculture, forestry and fisheries 2.7 1.8 15.
Manufacture and processing of 2.7 1.8 16.
Sports Organization and management of 2.7 1.8 17.
Science 3.2 1.9 18.
Environmental protection of 3.2 1.9 19.
Architecture 3.5 3.1 20.
Art (except that in paragraph 28 of the annex to the application) 3.5 3.1 21.
Teacher education programs in the Visual Arts or music teacher qualification 3.5 3.1 22.
Pharmacy 3.5 3.0 23.
Health and social care 3.5 3.0 24.
25. the veterinary 5.0 4.0
Treatment of 4.0 3.5 26.
Civil Security 4.2 2.7 27.
The music, the choreography 4.5 3.9 28.
Art audiovisual programme media art "and" design "4.5 3.9 29.
Dentistry 5.1 4.4 30.
Military defense 6.0 6.0, Minister of education and science Rivž B, annex 2 to the Cabinet of Ministers of 12 December 2006 of the Regulation No 994 study places the base cost and the social security cost calculation methodology I. Study site base cost calculation 1. Study site the base cost is calculated using the following formula: = N1 + N2 + N3 Tba + N4 + N5 + N6 + N7 that 1.1.  N1-salary (hereinafter referred to as the d.a.) on one study site == (academic staff average per study place d.a. per year) + (one of other d.a. Studio location): 1.1.1. academic staff on one study site d.a. year == [12 x (academic staff d.a. x ratio)]/(the average number of students per academic persons);
The notes.
1. Academic staff d.a. – in accordance with the legislation.
2. the ratio – expertise: academic staff ratio (%)
Professor Associate Professor Associate 15 15 30 25 15 3 lecturer Assistant. the average number of students per academic person-15 (expert opinion).
1.1.2. on one of other d.a. Studio location year == [(academic staff on one Studio d.a. site)/(academic staff and the rest of the staff salary)] x (General number of employees per academic persons);
The notes.
1. Academic staff and the rest of the Payroll Employee relations – 2.0 (expert opinion).
2. the overall number of employees of one academic person – 1.5 (expert opinion).
1.2. N2-State employers ' compulsory social insurance contributions for one year in place of study = = (d.a. to one place of study per year) x (State social security payments);
Note the.
State social security payments interest – in accordance with the regulations.
1.3. N3-travel and business travel costs for one year of study site – 2.0 lats (expert opinion);
1.4. N4-service cost per place per year of study = = (cost of communications services to the Studio location) + (real estate taxes on the land for one year of study place) + (repair cost per student place per year) + (maintenance cost per student place per year) + (administrative work for one year of study place) + (other services to one place of study): 1.4.1. communication costs for one year of study site == (phone service costs per student place per year) + (mail and other services costs to one study site): section 1.4.1.1. phone service costs for one year of study site == [(subscription fee for one month of telephone) x 12 + (call duration in minutes per day) x (number of days) x (price per call minute)]/(number of students per phone);
The notes.
1. Subscription fee for one month of your phone according to the tariffs in force in the relevant year.
2. Call duration in minutes – 20 days (expert opinion).
3. Number of days – 240 days (expert opinion).
4. One call minute price-in accordance with the applicable tariffs for the year in question.
5. Study the number of sites to a single phone-50 (expert opinion).
1.4.1.2. postal and other service costs per place per year of study – 0.70 LVL (expert opinion);
1.4.2. the real estate taxes on the land for one year in place of study = = (real estate tax on land the average of 1 m2) x (square feet per student place per year)/(average number of floors of buildings) x 2;
The notes.
1. Real estate tax on land value of 1 m2 in medium-size is calculated, taking into account local regulations laid down for the year.
2. Square meters per year of study sites-6 (expert opinion).
3. the average number of floors of the building – 3 (expert opinion).
1.4.3. the repair costs for one year of study site == [(1 m2 during the repair cost per student place per year) + (1 m2 overhaul cost per student place per year) + (1 m2 for emergency repair costs for one year of study place)] x (square feet per student place per year);
The notes.
1.1 m2 during the repair costs for one year of study place-2.00 LVL (expert opinion).
2.1 m2 overhaul cost per study place year-2.00 LVL (expert opinion).
3.1 m2 emergency repair costs for one year of study site – 1.00 lats (expert opinion).
1.4.4. the maintenance cost per place per year of study = = 10 x (maintenance costs per month for 1 m2) x (square feet per student place per year);
Note the.
Maintenance cost per month per 1 m2-0.20 lats (expert opinion).
1.4.5. the administrative work for one year in place of study = = [(cost of communications services to the Studio location) + (real estate taxes on the land for one year of study place) + (repair cost per student place per year) + (maintenance cost per student place per year)] x (percentage of the total amount of administrative work);
Note the.
Administrative work-four percent of the total amount (expert opinion).
1.4.6. other services to one site per year of study = = [(cost of communications services to the Studio location) + (real estate taxes on the land for one year of study place) + (repair cost per student place per year) + (maintenance cost per student place per year) + (administrative work for one year in place of study)] x (percentage of the total amount of other services);
Note the.
Other services-four percent of the total amount (expert opinion).
1.5.-materials, energy N5, water and inventory cost per place per year of study = = (electrical energy consumed) + (heating) + (water) + (sewerage) + (learning tools and materials acquisition cost for one year of study place) + (equipment acquisition cost per student per year) + (Office supply purchasing costs for one year of study place): 1.5.1. electricity consumed == [(average time in use of day lighting in six months) x 0.01 kWh x m2 per student place per year) x (1 kWh price)] + [(average computer operating time per day 10 months) x (1 x 0.1 kWh kWh price)];
The notes.
1. the average lighting life day six months a year – 3.5 (h) (expert opinion).
2. the 1 kWh price-in accordance with the applicable tariffs for the year in question.
3. the average computer operating time per day 10 months of the year to 4 h (expert opinion).
1.5.2. heating = (heating of 1 m2 per month) x (kvadrātmetriuz one study site) x 7;
Note the.
Heating of 1 m2 per month – in accordance with the applicable tariffs for the year in question.
1.5.3. water == (water in cubic metres per year of study place) x (price of 1 m3 of water);
The notes.
1. water supply for one year in place of study 12 m3 (expert opinion).
2. one m3 of water price in accordance with the applicable tariffs for the year in question.
1.5.4 sewage == (sewerage cubic metres per year of study place) x (price of 1 m3 sewage);
The notes.

1. Drain to one location year of study 12 m3 (expert opinion).
2.1 m3 sewage price-in accordance with the applicable tariffs for the year in question.
1.5.5. teaching aids and materials acquisition cost for one year of study site – 4.5 lats (expert opinion);
1.5.6. inventory purchase cost per place per year of study – 2.5 lats (expert opinion);
1.5.7. Office supply purchase cost per place per year of study – 5.2 lats (expert opinion);
1.6. N6-book and journal acquisition cost per student per year = = [(number of textbooks per student place per year) x (the average price of one book) (book of life)] + (log acquisition cost per place per year of study);
The notes.
1. Textbooks per student place per year – 13 (expert opinion).
2. The average price of one book – 8.0 lats (expert opinion).
3. the Book of a lifetime: 10 years (expert opinion).
4. Journal acquisition cost for one year of study site – 2.0 lats (expert opinion).
1.7. N7-equipment and retrofitting costs per place per year of study = = (acquisition cost of equipment per study place) + (modernisation of equipment costs for one year of study place): 1.7.1. acquisition cost of equipment per study place year-34.9 million lats (expert opinion);
1.7.2. the modernisation of equipment costs = = (acquisition cost of equipment per study place/year) x (percent of equipment costs for the modernisation of equipment).
Note the.
The modernisation of equipment – 20 percent of the cost of acquisition of equipment per study place (expert opinion).
 
II. Social Security cost calculation 2. Social security costs for one year of study places is calculated using the following formula: S = S1 + S2, which is 2.1.  S1-scholarship and the compensation of transport costs per location per year of study = = (average size of scholarships per month) × 12 + [(long distance costs vehicles per month) x 10];
The notes.
1. the average size of scholarships per month, in accordance with the provisions of the Cabinet of Ministers.
2. Long distance costs of vehicles per month – 3.0 lats (expert opinion).
2.2. S2 sports, culture and service of the hotel cost per place per year of study = = (sport on one Studio location) + (culture to one Studio location) + (hotel service cost per student place per year).
The notes.
1. Sport for one year of study site – 4.0 lats (expert opinion).
2. Crop to one site per year of study – 2.0 lats (expert opinion).
3. the hotel costs for one year of study site – 3.5 LVL (expert opinion).
Minister of education and science Rivž of B.