Eduards Jesikens, a 4th year student of the study programme “Information Technologies” at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (ViA), has developed a virtual reality (VR) game while developing his bachelor's thesis and plans to develop business with it.
While developing his bachelor’s thesis, Uvis Ziepnieks, a 4th year student of the study programme “Information Technologies” of Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (ViA), has developed a chemistry experiment simulator in a virtual reality (VR) environment, which can be used in chemistry classes and extracurricular activities in primary and secondary schools.
The admission to the bachelor and master study programmes - Information Technologies, Cybersecurity Engineering, Media and Information Literacy, Strategic Communication and Governance, Virtual Reality and Smart Technologies at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences is extended until August 3, offering scholarships to foreign students.
Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences, Rezekne Academy of Technologies and Ventspils University of Applied Sciences received the license on 5 February 2020, and from September this year will start implementing the doctoral study programme “Economics and Business”.
In the first half of 2020, changes took place in the structure and various management positions at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (ViA).
In order to limit the spread of Covid-19, the Government of Latvia decided to suspend international passenger transportation in mid-March. As a result, Erasmus+ mobility participants were forced to choose either to stay in the country where they study within the mobility programme or return to their homeland. Students of Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (ViA) Egija Ļuļēna, Elīna Krūkle, Krista Barane, Andra Mētriņa, Marianna Smirnova and Ģertrūde Ozoliņa shared their experience.