28. Boriss Misnevs, Rector of Transport and Telecommunication Institute. Transport and Telecommunication Institute.

Transport and Telecommunication Institute was established in September 1999 as a non-state higher education institution and grew itself from the Riga Aviation University (RAU), which replaced the original Aircraft Technical School, founded in 1919. TTI as a modern-day Institute has became one of the biggest educational institutions in Latvia, but still takes great pride in its reputation among students for the friendliness and approachability of its staff, and for the provision of a well-structured and supportive learning environment. TTI has passed State Accreditation procedure in 2001 and obtained unlimited accreditation term.

TTI offers a wide range of part-time and full-time study opportunities, including distance learning, and encourage applications from students with different and diverse backgrounds. Our taught courses and research work are designed to relate theoretical study to real life situations so that they combine an academic with a vocational approach.  Our aim is to provide students with world-class, job-ready skills for career success.

Transport and Telecommunication Institute nowadays is one of the biggest private higher educational establishments in Latvia. TTI has been included into the Training Directory of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), thus TTI diploma is acknowledged by the leading companies all over the world. TTI supports ISO 9001 compliant Quality Management System since 2008.

 

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