1. Extract from the protocols of the bri senate on the confirmation of the

BALTIC RUSSIAN INSTITUTE

PROFESSIONAL BACHELOR’S PROGRAMME

The Cultural Administration

code – 4234513

ACCREDITATION MATERIALS

Riga – 2005

CONTENT

1.

Extract from the protocols of the BRI Senate on the confirmation of the

self-evaluation report of the study programme

2.

Licence. Accreditation paper.

3.

Announcers guarantees …………………………………………………………

6

4.

Description of the study programme …………………………………………

6

5.

The evaluation of the Programme in perspective from the Latvian interest point of view............................................................................................................

12

5.1

Comparison the study programme with the licensed programme of 2003...............

13

5.2

Correspondence of studies to the standard of higher professional education...........

15

5.3

Correspondence of the programme to the standards of profession and results of employers’ questionnaires ………………………………………………………

19

6.

Advertising and informative publications on possibilities of studying the programme “Cultural administrational Administration”………………………………........

25

7.

Assessment of the study programme…………………………………………….

26

7.1.

Objectives and tasks of the study programme……………………………………

26

7.2.

Structural principles of the study programme...........................................................

28

7.3

Structure, scope, length of the study programme………………………………….

30

7.3.2.

Forms and methods of the studies............................................................................

32

7.4

Assessment of the students’ knowledge…………………………………………...

43

7.5.

Students...................................................................................................................

48

7.5.1

Number of the students of the programme..............................................................

48

7.5.2.

Number of the matriculated of the 1st course.........................................................

48

7.5.4.

Questionnaires of the students and analysis of the results………………………..

49

7.5.5.

Questionnaires of the graduates and analysis of the results……………………….

49

7.5.6.

Participation of the students at the developing the process of studies.....................

52

7.6.

Academic staff……………………………………………………………………

53

7.6.1.

Number of academic staff…………………………………………………………

53

7.6.2.

The policy of selection, training and development of the academic staff...............

56

7.6.3.

Publication and research activities of the academic staff........................................

61

7.7.

Guarantee of infrastructure and sources of financing the study programme

62

7.7.1.

Finances of the study programme…………………………………………………

62

7.7.2.

The material and technical provision………………………………………………

64

7.7.3.

Methodological guarantee of the programme. Library…………………………….

67

7.8.

Foreign connections………………………………………………………………

70

7.8.1.

Employers………………………………………………………………………….

70

7.8.2.

Universities…………………………………………………………………………

70

7.8.3.

Guest lecturers……………………………………………………………………..

70

8.

Plan of development of study programme………………………………………

72

9.

Comparison of study programme with the study programmes of other universities of Latvia……………………………………………………………..

74

10.

Summary ................................................................................................................

93

Appendixes ............................................................................................................

Appendixes

Appendix 1 .

Profession standard.

Appendix 2.1.

RULINGS ABOUT THE STUDENTS’ ACTIVE PRACTICE

Appendix 2.2.

Approved at BRI Senate hearing

Provision about the post-diploma students’ practice in cultural administration

Appendix 3.

BRI PROFESSIONAL BACHELOR PROGRAMME “CULTURAL ADMINISTRATION”

PROVISION FOR THE REPORT, COURSE PAPER, DIPLOMA PAPER WRITING AND DEFENCE

Appendix 4.

BRI PROFESSIONAL BACHELOR PROGRAMME “CULTURAL ADMINISTRATION”

Comparisson of BRI professional bachelor programme “Themanagement of culture”, LAC bachelor programme “Theory of culture and management science”, LPA professional programme “Mas event organizer”

Appendix 5.

LISTYLE="OF TUTORS

STUDY PROGRAMME OF HIGHER PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

Appendix 6.

BRI PROFESSIONAL BACHELOR PROGRAMME “CULTURAL ADMINISTRATION” Tutor`s CV

Appendix 7. 1.

BRI PROFESSIONAL BACHELOR PROGRAMME “CULTURAL ADMINISTRATION”

Publications of the tutors of the professional BA programme “Cultural administration”

Appendix 7. 2.

Participation of the tutors of the professional BA programme “Cultural administration” in the scientific conferences

Appendix 8.

BRI PROFESSIONAL BACHELOR PROGRAMME “CULTURAL ADMINISTRATION” Describe of the courses

Appendix 9.1.

BRI PROFESSIONAL BACHELOR PROGRAMME “CULTURAL ADMINISTRATION”

study plan for the full-time studies

Appendix 9. 2.

BRI PROFESSIONAL BACHELOR PROGRAMME “CULTURAL ADMINISTRATION” study plan for part – time studies

To the Department of the Higher Education

of the Ministry of Education and Science

of the Republic of Latvia

Evaluation Centre of the Higher Education

Application for accreditation of the study programme

The Baltic Russian Institute applies for the repeated accreditation:

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