The knowledge of students is assessed according to a 10 point system. The Latvian Academy of Culture uses also the ECTS system.
Approx. ECTS grade
6.09.2021 - 30.01.2022
Exams and Individual Studies
7.02.2022 - 3.07.2022
Exams and Individual Studies
Most of the study process outside classrooms takes place on the eLearning Platform Moodle. There you will be able to locate all your courses, course programmes, reading materials, presentations links to online classes and other useful data related to the study process at the Latvian Academy of Culture.
At the beginning of the semester, each student will receive their eLearning Platform credentials on their respective e-mail.
To access your eLearning Platform profile: https://estudijas.lka.edu.lv/
In case of forgotten password, missing courses or some technical difficulties please contact the eLearning Platform Specialist of the Latvian Academy of Culture Luīze Dakša email@example.com.
The Library of the Latvian Academy of Culture was founded in 1991 together with the foundation of the Latvian Academy of Culture itself. The library collection includes printed materials and electronic resources, including a vast collection of Latvian press, as well as valuable printed works in English, German, Russian, Polish, Scandinavian and other languages. A large contribution to the creation of the collection is made by private donations from the personal libraries of academics and researchers, and other cultural workers, as well as by Latvian organizations in exile.
In accordance with its task and goal the library of the Latvian Academy of Culture provides students and teachers with the base for studies and research work, collects and stores unique works of literature in the fields of philology, religious history, cultural history, ethics, philosophy, sociology, folklore, history, literary studies, performing arts, cinema and fine arts.
The studens of the Latvian Acadmey of Culture have at their disposal:
Open Access resources
CORE is the world’s largest collection of open access research articles, providing access to nearly 25 million free full - text publications.
Open Research Library open access e-book platform. It offers access to more than 20,000 books published worldwide.
Open Access Research Database international Journal of Scientific and Research Publications
Address: 24 Ludzas Street, 2nd Floor
(separate entrance from the yard)
Phone no.: +371 67114801
Students of the Latvian Academy of Culture may also subscribe to the National Library of Latvia to get access to its wide collection of materials. The collection of the National Library of Latvia comprises 4,5 million units, embracing all branches of science, its basic profile being Social Sciences and the Humanities. The library offers its readers access to the collection of rare books and manuscripts, as well as to various maps, sound recordings, graphic documents, small prints, and periodicals. The emphasis of the library activities is laid on supporting higher education, research, and life-long education.
At the moment the National Library of Latvia is open to public, but continues providing remote access to its digital resources and e-services. The Digital Library of NLL has 12 collections. In addition, more than 20 full-text foreign subscribed databases, the National Encyclopaedia, as well as lecture, discussion, conference, reading and other audio and video content on NLL social networks are available for study and research purposes.
In order to register as an NLL Reader, students have to fill in a request form on the spot at Mūkusalas iela 3, Ground floor, or REGISTER ONLINE. After registering, students will receive a Reader's Card, which allows access to all Library services.
In order to gain individual access to the online databases of the National Library of Latvia readers with a reader’s card must fill out the APPLICATION (PDF) and send it – in scanned or photographed form – to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Address: 3 Mūkusalas Street
Phone no.: +371 67806135, +371 25627640