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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 30.07.2016, 10:17

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Euronews launches a new, totally revamped version of its website, euronews.com

Euronews launches a new, totally revamped version of its website, euronews.com

19.07.2016

Euronews unveils its revamped website euronews.com, offering an original user experience, based on the concept 'All Views'. Through a 'responsive web design' interface, the new website meets consumer needs and habits, in information-seeking across all types of platforms, BC informs Lydie Bonvallet Head of Press and Public Relations.

Keyword tags: Education and Science, EU – Baltic States, Markets and Companies, Technology



Modern EU Policies: Integration in Action. Publications series.Vol.5. Part I

Modern EU Policies: Integration in Action. Publications series.Vol.5. Part I

13.07.2016

The publication is inspired by the active European Commission’s integration plan that was adopted in mid-2014. Although “the plan” was shaped as a political guidance, it has held an overwhelming “agenda for jobs, growth, fairness and democratic change”.

Symposium “Economy, Business & Finance – 2016»” was held in Jurmala

Symposium “Economy, Business & Finance – 2016»” was held in Jurmala

11.07.2016

Organizer - Latvian Institute IRIS-ALKONA - traditionally receives in July scientists, researchers, academic staff, as well as businessmen and practitioners. The main purpose: to share their research and practical (professional) views, to discuss topical issues in economics, business and finance.


Number of Latvian school students, who fail at centralized graduation exams twice as high as in 2015

Number of Latvian school students, who fail at centralized graduation exams twice as high as in 2015

30.06.2016

The number of students who failed at high school centralized graduation exams this year – 234 – is twice as high as in 2015, as the National Center for Education told LETA.

Lithuanian Seimas allows state to sign contracts with universities

Lithuanian Seimas allows state to sign contracts with universities

30.06.2016

The Lithuanian parliament Seimas has given the green-light to the state to sign contracts with higher education providers based on what professionals it needs and has allowed reducing the time needed for a bachelor's degree by a year to three years, informs LETA/BNS.


29.06.2016

Subsidies to increase for 88% Latvian local governments as a result of teacher salary reform

As a result of reforming the teacher remuneration system, the earmarked subsidy for teachers' salaries will increase for about 88% of local governments in Latvia, informs LETA.

28.06.2016

Lithuania invites Israeli scientists to use its science valleys

Lithuania is inviting Israel's scientists to cooperate and use its integrated science, studies and business centers, or "science valleys", Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius said on Tuesday after meeting with Nili Cohen, president of the Israeli Academy of Sciences and Humanities, reports LETA/BNS.

22.06.2016

Estonian School of Hotel and Tourism Management declared bankrupt

The Estonian School of Hotel and Tourism Management (EHTE), a private school providing applied higher education in Tallinn, has been declared bankrupt, informs LETA/BNS.

20.06.2016

Latvian startup Edurio receives EUR 1.86 mln EU grant

The education quality improvement solution Edurio, created in Latvia, has received support worth EUR 1.86 million from the European Union’s research and innovation grant program Horizon 2020 for the company’s further development and improvement of education quality on the European level, LETA was informed by the company's representatives.

17.06.2016

One year of EFSI: no benefit for universities

The European University Association (EUA) has released a review of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) and found that there seems to be no benefit for universities – even though the scheme was created with funds taken from Horizon 2020, informed BC Jessica Carter from EUA.

13.06.2016

Modern approach to structural reforms in the EU member states

Commissioner P. Moscovici in a recent speech called “Structural reforms 2.0: for a stronger and more inclusive recovery” described his views on structural reforms’ importance for fostering growth and jobs in Europe, as well as on the “priority-type reforms” presently needed. Most of his thoughts can serve as guidelines for the Baltic States government’s structural policies.

13.06.2016

New skills for future growth: Commission’s initiative

Although training and employment are within the member states competence, the EU often makes some recommendations. Thus, the Commission adopted recently a new and comprehensive “skills agenda” with the aim to ensure development of a broader set of new skills from early on in life and efficiently use human capital, which would ultimately boost employability, competitiveness and growth in the member states.

13.06.2016

Teacher salary averages EUR 1,135 in Estonia

In the first four months of the year 2016, the average monthly salary of teachers of municipal schools in Estonia was 1,135 euros, which marks a year-on-year rise of 6.3%, informs LETA/BNS.

10.06.2016

Launch of Latvia’s first satellite Venta-1 into orbit put off

The Launch of Latvia’s first satellite Venta-1 into orbit planned this month has been put off, Aigars Krauze, a researcher at Ventspils University College and a coordinator of Venta-1 project, told LETA.

09.06.2016

EU citizens’ direct democracy in action: new proposal to reform education

The European Commission has registered a new European Citizens' Initiative called “More than Education” to modernise the existing education systems in the EU states. The European Citizens' Initiative (ECI) is a reflection of “citizens’ democracy”: a registered ECI with 1 million signatures from seven EU states forces the Commission to take actions.

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