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Latvijas Universitātes SZF Komunikācijas zinātnes nodaļas rīkotā starpautiskā vasaras skola Riga Summer School Latvijā notiek jau trešo gadu. Tās ietvaros 25 komunikācijas un mediju studenti no visas pasaules piedalīsies intensīvā studiju programmā un veidos īsfilmas par Rīgas identitāti. Vasaras skola notiks Rīgā no 3. augusta līdz 11. augustam. Pieteikšanās termiņš ir 30. aprīlis.



University of Latvia’s Department of Communication Studies invites students of communication, media, public relations, advertising and film studies to submit applications for participation in the third Riga Summer School, which will focus on the identity aspects of the Latvian capital. The summer school will take place in Riga, Latvia, from August 3 – 11, 2013. More information about the summer school and application form are available on Riga Summer School’s web site: www.rigasummerschool.eu.

The summer school will welcome 25 creative and eager students from all over the world to Riga this summer for a two-week intensive summer program, which will consist of theoretical lectures about various aspects of Riga identity and practical workshops in production of short films about neighborhoods of the Latvian capital. During the summer school, each participant will work in a creative team and produce a 3-5 minute short film about a certain aspect of Riga to be premiered at the closing ceremony of Riga Summer School on August 11, 2013.

Besides very intense workshops and lectures, for which students will receive 3 ECTS, they will also have an opportunity to participate in a number of social activities, arranged for them by the Riga Summer School team – students from Department of Communication Studies at the University of Latvia. Among them there will be international food evening, tours of Riga neighborhoods, sports and other activities.

The first two Riga Summer Schools took place in the summer of 2011 and 2012. Both brought together communication students from all over the world. The most visible outcomes of the summer schools were twelve short documentaries, produced by international teams of participants. Some of the films have been well received in various Latvian and international events; they have also been premiered on Latvian National Television and various Internet media portals. The films can beviewed on Riga Summer
School’s web site at www.rigasummerschool.eu.

Contact Riga Summer School:
Department of Communication Studies
Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Latvia
Lomonosova iela 1, Riga, LV- 1019
E-mail: rigaschool@gmail.com
Web: www.rigasummerschool.eu