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The work on methodological material and handouts is being carried out.

Processing the higher school development plans there were students' recommendations to impove technical resources taken into account, including supplying with computers, study literature and other supplements.

Graduates' surveys. In autumn, 2007 and spring, 2008 there was a survey of graduates (Appendix 10) with the following results obtained:

1) the majority of the graduates (83,3%) work by their speciality;

2) at the moment due to obtaining an economist's qualification and certificate on the higher education each fourth student is planning to change the work;

3) all graduates feel competitive on the labour market;

4) the graduates admit the necessity to extend their knowledge in Master studies (91,7%);

5) 58,3% of the graduates consider that all knowledge and skills acquired are applicable in their current work and 41,6% think that only a part of them are applicable; u

6) the graduates suggest to increase the number of lectures in some courses, it's necessary to pay attention to analysis of the real situations and implemention of calculations;

7) 7,7% of graduates are studying in Latvia's Master syudies, many of them are planning to do it later.

12.3. The Study Programme Students' Scientific Work

The students' scientific work is planned according to the Programme requirements in the organization and contents with the aim the future specialists to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills. Within the study Programme there are 3 study papers and a graduation paper supposed to implement and defend. The other forms of students' scientific work are reports, projects, and researches within the framework of some study courses. Students have to do micro researches in connection with the objectives of the course developing skills of both empirical and theoretical work. Collecting, summarizing and analyzing all the information on the concrete question, students accumulate the experience of empirical work. Meanwhile, interpreting the material collected in accordance with experts' theoretical deductions and expressing their own conclusions in the reports, statements, articles, annotations etc. students develop skills of scientific work.

Within the 2nd and 3rd study years students write their course papers. The 2nd year themes are related to the basic courses on general economics and management, in turn, the 3rd year papers' themes are specialized and reflect the Programme orientation on European economic and entrepreneurship management problems to be observed.

Implementation and defence of a graduation's paper to certificate the professional competences in order to get the relevant qualification.

In 2006/2007 study year 14 students of the Programme defended their Bachelor’s papers and demonstrated good abilities of analysis of the scientific literature, theory investigation, setting up aims and objectives, empirical and practical implementation, which were corresponding to Bachelor’s paper requirements (Appendix 11). The average mark of the Bachelor's papers defended – 7,8.

In 2007/2008 study year 12 students of the Programme defended their Bachelor's papers, the average mark is 7,0. All the Bachelor's papers' teachers have Doctor's scientific degree.

The Bachelor's papers and their defence are evaluated by the defence Commision including the HSP lecturers as well as employers. The chairperson of the Bachelor's papers' Commision has stressed in his report, that the Bachelor's paper condition is met – the theoretical part is thoroughly worked out, and the theory is combined with the empirical research. The students' presenations are substantial and reflect the research essence and results. The list of the themes of the Bachelor's papers is shown in the Appendix 12.

To confirm the study Programme students' high motivation, it's worth to mention the fact that the 2006/2007 study year's graduates N. Celmiņa and O. Osipova currently study in the BIA Master studies. The 2007/2008 study year future graduates intend to enter Master studies.

The Programme students actively participate in the different academic activities in their higher school, often propose such activities and willingly organize them. In Higher School the annual students' conferences take place. On 22-23 November, 2006 the HSP international scientifically practical conference “Psychology, Business and Society Social Sphere: Modern Topical Problems” was held. 3 students V.Černišovs, E.Ivanovs, Ž.Jakubovska presented their reports at this conference. On 19 May, 2006 in Rezekne the Programme students Ž.Jakubovska and N.Rogova participated in the international scientifically practical conference “Latvia in Europe, Europe in Latvia. Patriotism, Regionalization, Globalization, Identity, Human Ecology”, where they observed the EU different political, economic, jurisprudential and social aspects.

On 9 November, 2006 the study Programme students participated in the seminar “Role of Culture Inheritance in Territorial Marketing: German and Latvian Experience” held in co-opearation with the BIA.

In co-operation with the confederation of Latvian small and middle enterprises and TTI programme students took part in enterprises' conference “EU Funding Enterprises” (2007.11.23).

In May, 2008 it's planned to organize the current conference “Psychology, Social Work, Economics in Transitive Society Conditions: Present Situation and Prospects”, as well as stimulate students to participate in other higher school conferences, where they could introduce their research results to the wider audience. It's planned to publish the students' reports in the collection of the scientific articles.

On 22-29 June, 2008, in Yalta, in co-operation with Crimean Humanitarian Institute the international students' summer camp was held, where the Programme students N. Vaļejeva, A. Vihristjuka, I. Bočarova un V. Nasonovs took place. In 2009 it's planned to organize the international summer camp in Latvia in co-operation with Crimean Humanitarian Institute, Belarus State Economic University and Wroclaw Economic Academy.

To realize the study Programme student's creative work we consolidate the connection among the studies, scientific work and future professional work.

12.4. Students' Involvement in the Development of the Process of Studies

In accordance with Constitution of the Higher School of Psychology and the Law on Higher education, the staff of the Higher school is formed by the full time students, too. The staff has the rights to take part in the election of self-government institutions and be elected. The HSP students are represented in Constitutional Assembly and Senate. Two students of the Programme “European Economics and Business” are represented in study Programme Council. Students’ self – government election takes place every year. Students in Senate and in Constitutional Assembly have oportunity to influence making decisions in questions, concerning to students’ interests.

Students participate in improvement of the Study Programme in the following way:

  • students' survey results on the study process, teaching level and wishes are taken into account, making the semester plans;

  • head of the groups take part in planning the examinations;

  • the students' Parliament organizes the students' life and provides with the information exchange between its authorities and students;

  • the students' Parliament organies the students' rest (discos, tourism trips, hikes).

The students' opinion is very significant in the studies organization. The survey results are discussed during the meeting of the study Programme meeting. If the students' survey reveals the problems, they will be discussed together with students. For instance, in case of students' unsatisfaction with two lecturers, and after attendance of these lecturers' lessons, one of the lecturer was changed, the second course was corrected.

Regulary the HSP students meet with the members of the administration (rector, programmes directors, head of the study programme) in issues, which apply to study development process. During these meetings every student is able to express own opinion, suggestions and motion. These suggestions are taken into consideration to improve study process.

13. The Programme Academic Staff Assessment

13.1. The Number of the Academic Staff

The total number of study programme teaching staff is 28 people, from them 16 lecturers elected by the HSP, it is 57.1% of total number of all lecturers. 12 people are guest lecturers who combine working for the HSP with other work, and it is only 42,9% of total number of staff (Appendix 13).

13.2. Composition of Academic Staff

Table 8

The List of Programme “European Economics and Business” lecturers who have the HSP as Their Main Place of Election

No

Lecturer’s name, surname

Academic degree

Study courses

1.

D. Bukele

Mg. jur.

Basics of Jurisprudence

Legal regulation of European Law

European Law

European Labour Rights

2.

Zh. Tsaurkubule

Dr. sc. ing., as.prof.

Marketing

Management

Quality Management

Internship

3.

S. Chchartishvili

Dr. oec., doc.

International Finances and Financial Institutions

Banking and Monetary Systems

International Bank Accounts

4.

V. Dinyevich

Dr. oec., prof.

Macroeconomics

Microeconomics

Entrepreneurship Innovations

5.

I. Gerchikov

Dr. oec., doc.

Marketing

International Marketing

6.

L. Goncharova

Mg. paed., lect.

Bisness Foreign Language (English)

7.

S. Grigoryeva

Dr. oec., doc.

Enterprise Economics and Organization

Economic Analysis and Planning

Management Supervision P

Entrepreneurship Economics and Management

8.

I. Grinberga

Mg. oec., lect.

Entrepreneurship Finances

Financial Analysis

International Finances and Financial Agencies

Auditing and Inspection

9.

L. Kalinnikova

Dr. psych., doc.

Social Psychology

10.

A. Mite

Mg. sc. pol., doc.

Computer Science

Commercial Documentation and Constructive-like Communication

11.

V. Morokhin

Dr. oec., doc.

EU: Institutions, Politics, Economics

European Business

European Economical Integration

The EU Funding and Project Management

Commerce Organization and Legal Basics

12.

O. Nikiforov

Dr. psych., as.prof.

Pedagogical Basics

General Psychology

13.

I.Plotka

Dr. psych., as.prof.

Pedagogical Basics

General Psychology

14.

Ļ. Rayz

Dr. sc. ing., doc.

Higher Mathematics

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics

15.

A. Rubanovsky

Dr. oec., doc.

Taxes and Duties

System of Taxation in European Countries

International Economical Relations

Risk Management and Insurance

European Floater Market

16.

P. Tyurin

Dr. psych., doc.

Business Communications

To provide programme realization, lecturers from other higher schools and high qualified specialists were invited.

Table 9

The list of programme “European Economics and Business”lecturers, who

combine working for HSP with other work

No

Lecturer’s name, surname

Academic degree

Study courses

1.

V. Davydov

Higher Education, spec., lect.

Regulations of Agencies' Value

Monetary Systems and Currency Markets

2.

S. Jashkina

Mg.paed., lect.

Foreign Language (German)

3.

V.Kunicky

Dok. nauk.phil., doc.

Sociology

4.

A. Maurinsh

Dr. hab. biol., prof.

Environment Economics

Ekonomiskā prognozēšana

5.

V. Nechajev

Mg. Entrepreneurship managment and Administring, lect.

Customs Regulations of External Economic Activities

6.

V. Nikiforov

Dr. hab. phil., prof.

Philosophy

Logics

7.

L. Plevako

Dr. oec., doc.

Economics Statistics

8.

I. Stecenko

Dr. oec., doc.

International Corporations and Economic Unions

9.

N. Surin

Higher education, phil., spec., lect.

Rhetoric

10.

L. Umarova

Mg. paed., lect.

Labour and Civil Protection

11.

L.Verovska

Dr. oec., lect.

Basics of Accounting

International Accounting Standards

Auditing and Inspection

12.

J. Zhukovska

g., lect.

Information Systems in Economics

Computer Technologies in Economics

Table 10

Percentage of academic staff’s principal work and odd job

Total academic staff

Including work in the HSP

permanent work

combining work

Number of

lecturers

%

Number of

lecturers

%

Number of

lecturers

%

28

100

16

57,1

12

42,9

Table 11

Division of academic staff, having a principal job, according to the position taken

No

Position taken

Number of the people occupied in

the programme

1.

Professors

1

2.

As.prof.

3

2.

Docents

9

3.

Lecturers

2

4.

Assistents

1

Total

16

Table 12

Academic degrees of the lecturers working in the programme

Total

Habil. doc. and doc.

Master's degree

Other specialists

Total

Including working at principal work

Total

Including working at principal work

Kopā

Including working at principal work

Cilv. sk.

%

Cilv. sk.

%

Cilv. sk.

%

Cilv. sk.

%

Cilv. sk.

%

Cilv. sk.

%

28

18

64,3

12

44,4

8

28,6

4

14,3

2

7,2

-

-

Table 13

Academic degrees of the lecturers working at the principal work

Total

Habil. doc. and doc.

Master's Degree

Num.of peopl.

%

Num.of peopl.

%

16

12

75,0

4

25,0



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