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Doctoral Study Programme

LAW Science

SUPPLEMENTS TO THE ACCREDITATION APPLICATION

School of Bussiness Administration Turība


Riga

2009


Approved by

Sitting of the Senate

School of Business Administration Turība

as of 25.11.2009.

Minutes No. 11


School of Business Administration Turiba

Faculty of Law

Self-evaluation report
Doctoral study programme

Law Science”



Academic year 2008/2009

Director of the programme



Aivars Endziņš, prof., Dr. jur.

Content

1.AIMS AND TASKS OF THE STUDY PROGRAMME 4

1.1. Doctoral study programme 4

1.2. Study programme aims 5

1.3. Study programme tasks 5

1.4. Expected study results 6

1.5. Comparison with other study programmes 6

2.ORGANISATION OF THE STUDY PROGRAMME 7

2.1. Organisation of the Study programme, conformity of the study plan with the aims and objectives of the structural unit 7

2.2. Requirements regarding previous education 7

3.ANNOTATION OF THE STUDY PROGRAMME 8

3.1. Education content offered 8

3.2. Compulsory and optional part of the programme 8

4.EVALUATION SYSTEM 8

4.1. Grounds for choice of evaluation system analysis of results 8

4.2. Study form 9

4.3. Forms and procedure of evaluation 9

4.4. Quality management 9

5.PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE STUDY PROGRAMME 10

5.1. Study methods and forms used 10

5.2. Research work of academic staff and its impact on study process 10

6.PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF THE STUDY PROGRAMME 11

6.1. Conformity of the higher education programme to state academic education standards 11

6.2. Employers’ survey 12

7.STUDENTS OF THE PROGRAMME 12

7.1. Number of students in the programme 12

7.2. Students’ survey and its analysis 13

7.3. Participation of doctoral students in improvement of the study process 14

8.Academic Staff INVOLVED IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE STUDY PROGRAMME 14

9.FINANCIAL SOURCES AND PROVISION OF INFRASTRUCTURE 15

9.1. Structural units involved in the implementation of the Study programme 16

9.2. Support staff involved in the implementation of the programme 16

9.3. Financial condition 16

9.4. Infrastructure 17

9.5. Library 18

10.EXTERNAL COOPERATION 18

10.1. Cooperation with employers 18

10.2. Cooperation agreements with Latvian and foreign higher education institutions implementing similar higher education programmes 19

10.3. Possibility of continuing education in education programmes of other higher education institutions 19

11.PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT PLAN 19

11.1. Controlling academic progress of the students: 19

11.2. Further qualification of academic personnel: 20

11.3. SWOT ANALYSIS: 20

11.3.1.Strengths: 20

11.3.2.Weaknesses: 21

11.3.3.Opportunities: 22

11.3.4.Threats: 22

11.3.5.Development objectives 22

Appendix No.1. Comparison with higher education programmes implemented by other higher education institutions 26

Appendix No. 2. Agreement with Lithuanian Mykolas Romeris University 28

Appendix No.3. Study courses 32

Appendix No.4. Scientific publications by academic personnel (recent 6 years) 53

Appendix No.5 Recommendations of Employers 61

Appendix No.6. Doctoral theses and list of supervisors 65

Appendix No.7. Academic personnel involved in the programme 67

Appendix No. 8. Curriculum Vitae of academic personnel 69

Appendix No.9. Annual report of BAT for the Review period 102

Appendix No. 10. Library Resources 104

Appendix No.11. Excerpts from Minutes of Senate meeting. 106

Translation 108

COOPERATION AGREEMENT 108

Riga, 05.02. 2010 108

Seria D 110

nR.1234 110

Janis Berzins 111

School of Business Administration Turība 112

68 Graudu str., Rīga, Latvia, LV-1058 112

Transcript 113

Meaning 113



  1. AIMS AND TASKS OF THE STUDY PROGRAMME




    1. Doctoral study programme


      1. The doctoral study programme „Law Science” (51380) (hereinafter – Study programme) of the School of Business Administration Turiba (hereinafter - BAT) is being implemented in accordance with the regulations of the Cabinet of Ministers (MK) No.1001 as of 27th December 2005 on “Procedure and criteria of awarding doctoral degree” (hereinafter – MK regulations).

      2. The self evaluation report of the study programme was carried out for the period 1st January 2008 till the end of the academic year 2008/2009 (hereinafter – Report period).

      3. BAT has been awarded the licence No. 04036-29 as of 2nd October 2007 by the programme licensing committee of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Latvia to implement the above programme. The validity of the licence is till 27th September 2010 and upon successful completion of the programme the doctoral student is awarded doctoral degree in Law Science (Dr. jur.).

      4. The Study programme is being implemented in accordance with the profile and strategies of BAT and in particular the Faculty of Law wherein the above programme is being implemented as well as in accordance with its potential academic research requirements, labour market demands and classifications of scientific branch and education.
      5. Since the regaining of independence the situation in the field of Doctors in Law Science has been critical in Latvia as only a handful have acquired doctoral degree in this field during this period. Although in recent years the situation has started improving and an increasing number of doctoral students are acquiring doctoral degrees in Law Science, there is still a lack of sufficient development in this branch on the whole. The BAT offered programme focuses directly on educating costitutional law specialists, underlining the development of this branch in the Baltics.


      6. At present there are several Law Science programmes being implemented in Latvia at different levels in 11 higher education institutions that require highly qualified specialists and scholars. Similarly, there is also an increase in labour market demand for more qualified specialists. The accreditation of the new doctoral study programme in Latvia will help decrease the shortage of the specialists in this branch and promote rapid development in this field.

      7. Taking into account the increasing globalisation process, including the increasingly closer integration of countries in the European Union, the harmonization of legal norms is taking place not only in the field of private law but also in public law. Considering the circumstances, BAT, has also involved leading specialists in this branch from its cooperation partners - Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania in developing the new doctoral study programme thereby ensuring future doctoral students the opportunity to research state law issues not only on a Latvian scale but also on a broader Baltic and European scale.



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