Provisions On The Requirements, Criteria And Procedures For Admission To Graduate Programs

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par prasībām, kritērijiem un kārtību uzņemšanai studiju programmās

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 846 in Riga 2006 (October 10. No 52 40. §) rules on the requirements, criteria and procedures for admission to the programmes in accordance with the Issued University of law 46. the second paragraph of article i. General questions 1. determine the requirements, criteria and procedures for admission to the courses. 2. A University or College may not give rise to any direct or indirect benefits to the person in respect of the admission to the courses, which are contrary to the high school or college admission rules, laws or general principles of law. 3. School and College until the current year 1 November shall develop, approve, and the public (including the home page on the internet) the terms of admission courses (further-the rules of admission) in the next academic year. II. Admission courses 4. Admission courses include: 4.1 registration reflektant Studios;
4.2. progress on the study of the competition;
4.3. notification of the result of the competition;
4.4. conclusion of study;
4.5 recording student list (imatrikulācij). 5. Admission to the graduate program provides high school or College created the admissions. The Committee operates in accordance with the high school or College approved Charter. III. Registration studies 6. Registering for courses, person, qualifying for admission to the graduate program, submit the application (form is determined by the relevant university or College), show a passport or identity card and: 6.1. secondary education certificate examination certificates, Central Universities Act (hereinafter the Act), as well as the cases presented or submitted to other admissions rules laid down in the programme of study documents-if a person qualifies for admission to full or part time undergraduate or professional courses that admission requirement is above the average for education;
6.2. the previously obtained higher education identity documents, which by law are eligible for admission in the master's or doctoral program, as well as produce or provide other admissions rules laid down in the programme of study documents-if a person is eligible for admission to the master's or doctoral program. 7. If a person's education or degrees obtained abroad, it adds the application to the academic information centre statement of what Latvia assigned education document or degree meets the educational documents obtained abroad or degree. IV. Competition, its developments in the General requirements for admission to the Studio 8 in high school or College will hold an open and equal competition in accordance with the high school or college admission rules. The aim of the competition is to select appropriate candidates selected courses. 9. Competition for the admission of full and part-time undergraduate and professional studies admission requirements, which was previously obtained a secondary education, high school or college based on the centralized exam results, except in the cases provided by law. 10. School and College established in at least two subjects, which organized the centralized exam is the tender selection criteria. 11. School and College, in coordination with the higher education Council, may establish additional requirements for special education, the previous special suitability and preparedness or other conditions (below-additional requirements). To establish the person's compliance with the universities and colleges established additional requirements, the University and college entrance examination in question can be determined. 12. School and college admissions rules determine the order in which courses take people who under the law can not sort the centralizēto examination,-persons who acquired secondary education up to 2004, persons who acquired secondary education abroad, as well as persons with special needs. Graduate school and College of the order in which you take people who can not sort the centralizēto papers, coordinated with the Council of higher education for the current year to 1 November. V. rules of reception of components 13. Universities and colleges admission rules include: 13.1. indication of the admission to the courses required for the above;
13.2. an indication of the Central exams, which are required to sort the admission courses.
13.3. an indication of the requirements for taking courses in additional requirements, if a university or College is the detected;
13.4. the tender evaluation criteria and the tender closing date;
13.5. the order in which the person taking courses, including master's and doctoral courses.
8.5. procedures for courses takes the person who acquired secondary education up to 2004, the person who has obtained a foreign education pursuant to 21 June 1994, the Convention defining the Statute of the European schools, as well as persons with special needs;
8.5. the person's high school or college and the mutual rights and obligations of the admission process;
13.8. the order in which a person has access to information on the admission process;
13.9. the order in which a person can challenge and appeal with reception programme decisions;
13.10. where necessary, other information. Vi. the contest results, notification and 14. imatrikulācij contest results shall be determined and approved by the Committee. The tender results are reported not later than three days from the tender closing date. 15. the imatrikul programme of persons with a high school or College guidance officer specified order. 16. A Person who qualifies for admission to the graduate program, the administrative procedure law has the right to ask for a high school or college decision on the refusal to the person imatrikulē to be reduced to writing. 17. The Committee's decision on the results of the competition can be a challenge when submitting application to the University by the Rector or the College Director. The Rector of the University or College Director's decision can appeal to a court in administrative procedure law. Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council of 13 December 2004, Directive 2004/114/EEC on the conditions of admission of third-country nationals for studies, pupil exchange, unremunerated training or voluntary service. Prime Minister-Defense Minister a. Slakter by Minister of education and science Rivž of B.