At the students' disposal there is a large number of books on psychology, art, computer design, advertising, and humanitarian fields of science, about four thousand in foreign languages ​​(English, French, German, Italian, etc.) included.
The library offers:
• teaching materials prepared by teachers of the School;
• Lists of basic and further reading for all courses of lectures;
• Samples of design practice and research;
• contemporary literature in Latvian, Russian and English.
The library integrates:
• the work of students in the largest libraries of the city (the Latvian National Library, the Scientific Medical Library, Central Library and its branches, the library of the Goethe Institute). The results of retrieval practice, taking place in the libraries are  issued in the form of individual reports. There are readers' conferences and reviews of new products printed materials;
• Students work with literature on the Internet;
• personal directories of students (the exchange of lists of references).
The library fund is constantly updated.

Internet room

For independent work of students the School has:
• Internet room at Bruninieku 65, on the 2nd floor – open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 to 20:00, Thursday from 10:00 to 18:00 Saturday from 11:00 to 15:00.
• For graphics work - the computer room at Bruninieku 65, 416 aud. - Weekdays from 16:00 to 18:00.

Resource Centers

Psychological Resource Center provides students the opportunity to work independently inside the school and provides an opportunity to receive advice from the teacher on duty.  In the Resource Center, students have the opportunity to watch videos of psychological workshops of Latvian and foreign visiting teachers, topical videos on psychology. Teaching materials are presented in the form of graphic banner developed by the students, photos of psychologists , descriptions of psychological phenomena.
The Language Resource Center provides students the opportunity to use modern technology to develop a foreign language, as well as to work with different media channels more efficiently. . At the Faculty of translators there is  Language source center where students can learn a foreign language on their own in accordance with their interests, level of knowledge. The student chooses the goal of education, decides what material is to be used in the process, as well as the time that he would devote to his\her studies. The Language Resource Center has:
.• dictionaries,
• reference books,
• Books, magazines and newspapers in various languages,
• textbooks
• teaching materials
• instructions
• recording of television programs
• videos
• audiotapes,
• Satellite TV.

Erasmus program

About Erasmus program

Student Council

The Student Council  (15 members)  includes representatives of student groups who meet regularly together to discuss various topical issues.

Areas of activity of the working groups of the Student Council

  • Economic group
    • Search of sponsors, management support, organization of the psychological foundation;
    • Arrangement of the fund of grants and scholarships (based on the funds of the student council, funds allocated by the School management) and others;
    • Informing students (with the help of information group) on organizational and business activity of the School;
    • Collaboration with the School management in solving the above issues.
  • Group  of educational activities

• Organization of training and practice of students;
• Contacts with other institutions of higher education (in Latvia and abroad) for training, internships, etc.;
• Assistance in resolving conflicts (reviewing claims of students);
• Assistance to the School management in implementing innovation in the learning process.

  • The group of arrangement of recreational activities of students

• Assistance to student groups to organize thematic parties, competitions, theatre visits, etc.;
• Arrangement of excursions, hiking;
• Contact of students with students from other higher education institutions in Latvia and abroad (student exchange).

  • The group  of information
    • To inform students on the activities of the Student Council and the School;
    • Release of the student newspaper of the school.

Student initiatives

In addition to academic activities, students are engaged in various clubs and studios.
Literary studio is attended by about 25 authors with two volumes of poetry and prose, recently published. The studio has a lot of publications in Latvian periodicals.
The performance of a French play by Tardieu played by participants of drama school was recognized by the Latvian Theatre Festival.
Foreign language clubs gather their members once a fortnight. Classes in French, German, Spanish, Italian club help to assimilate the language and contribute to the wider community.
Photo and graphic exhibitions of students who are members of Art studio decorate the interior of the School.
Members of the Psychology Club «Identity», created by students, meet twice a month.
Student parties are arranged regularly. The students of the School hold annual competitions in psychology, foreign languages, advertising, computer design for high school students.

Organization of educational work

  • • Curriculum for each educational program is be made in early September.
    • Curricula may vary in the amount of 20% due to the need of replacement of teachers.
    • Teaching load is 40 hours per week, with 16-18 contact hours in the classroom, and 22-24 – for self-study.
    • The duration of the academic hour is 45 minutes. A class  consists of 2 academic hours.
    • Classes of the first shift start at 9:00.
    • After each class, the monitor of the notes present or absent students, in the "Journal of attendance." The teacher signs the "Journal of attendance" after each class.

 • Training sessions are held in various forms (lectures, seminars, creative works, preparation and defense of projects, workshops, etc.).
• The teaching process in higher education is documented, using modern technology.
• The monitoring of academic work is in three areas: the development of academic subjects, making research and implementation of practical work. The students' work is checked at least once a month (operational control),as well as at the end of each semester during winter and summer sessions.
• The period of execution of certain types of learning tasks are defined by an aide-memoire "For students’ consideration."