8.3.4 Higher arts education and professional training
Arts education is supervised by the state agency The Centre for Intangible Heritage and Culture Education and is available on 3 levels:
There are several arts education study programmes at other state and private universities, e.g. Riga Teacher Training and Education Management Academy (programme for music and dance teachers), Liepaja University (programme for music teachers and innovative programme in new media and computer technologies; also programme for cultural management), Baltic International Academy (cultural management programme), The University College of Economics and Culture (cultural management programme, the programme on management of entertainment and the recreation industry). Riga International School of Economics and Business Administration has launched a Masters programme in Audiovisual Arts.
See chapter 3.4.4 about Baltic Film School and the study "Business Models and Value Chains in Audiovisual Media" about audiovisual education in the Baltic countries.