Study in Latvia

5 Reasons to Study in Latvia

  • ‌Lowest unemployment rate 3.4% only.

  • ‌Best salary for graduates starting from £40,000.

  • ‌Affordable and pocket friendly living cost.

  • ‌Known for its colleges and schools and the entire education system.

  • ‌Free university for everyone even for non-Germans.

About Latvia

Latvia is only 0.4 percent of the total EU population, but those 0.4 percent are special. Each day there are 56 newborns, 79 deceased, 23 arriving and 62 departing persons within that percentage figure. In Germany there are 229, in the Netherlands 497, but in Latvia there are only 31 people per square kilometer. It all started in the nineties when Latvia’s migration balance turned negative. However, this picture isn’t just black and white. Latvia is full of wise and knowledgeable people. Each year over 2,000 Erasmus students take part in student exchange programs. It puts Latvia among the top student sending countries in the EU. We are also one of the top EU countries with the most freshwater. We are honorably ranked fourth. Forests are another thing we have plenty of – 50% of the total territory.

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Life in Latvia

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The life in Latvia is like real winter in winter and hot in summer the temperature in winter is around -30 and if talking of summer it is around +30. One can do clubbing all night, go to one of the wine bars, many restaurants, but also to local markets, parks, beaches, forests and other oases of tranquility. Here the people seem friendly enough and open. It had a good balance of having everything one could want.

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The life in Latvia is like real winter in winter and hot in summer the temperature in winter is around -30 and if talking of summer it is around +30. One can do clubbing all night, go to one of the wine bars, many restaurants, but also to local markets, parks, beaches, forests and other oases of tranquility. Here the people seem friendly enough and open. It had a good balance of having everything one could want.

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Industries and Research

Similar to Germany, Latvia was one of the first countries to industrialize. Its main industries are textiles, processed wood products, processed foods, chemicals, metalworking and machine building. Latvia builds small and large machines such as railway wagons, buses, washing machines and radios. The chemical industry represents a very large part of exports. The industry relies on highly specialized and educated human resources who made great medical discoveries during the year.

Interesting facts about Latvia

With more than 800 Art Nouveau buildings, Riga has one of the world’s largest galleries of this cheerful style. Alberta iela is a street almost entirely created by the genius of the Art Nouveau Mikhail Eisenstein. His son, filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein, is one of the founders of modern cinema.

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