In the present-day appearance TSI was established in 1999. Nowadays TSI – is the only one private technical higher educational institution in Latvia. All study programs are provided in two languages Latvian and English. The Institute has received permanent accreditation in Latvia as a higher education institution. Since 2003 till 2021 successfully operated Latgalian branch in Daugavpils – the second largest town in Latvia.TSI provides academic study programs in the following directions: transport and logistics, aviation, computer sciences and networks, electronics and robotics, management and business. TSI is conducting the diversified research scientific work. According to the results of expert evaluation Transport and Telecommunication Institute is the only among private higher educational institutions included in the list of leading scientific institutions, acting in Latvia. Total amount of institute graduates – more than 8900.Current amount of students – more than 2600. TSI is proud of international environment – there are students from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Lithuania, UK, Spain, Turkey, Russia, Belarus, Moldova, India, Egypt, Peru and other countries. The most popular education directions for foreign students: IT, logistics, aviation.There is growing demand globally for STEM graduates and growing needs for expertise and solutions to the challenges of transportation, supply chains, aviation management, logistics, robotics and autonomous vehicle in an increasingly connected and globalized world and their impact on cities and society. TSI’s heritage, knowledge and expertise gives it a strong competitive advantage for being the leaders in advancing knowledge in these fields not just in Latvia but also in the wider region of the Baltic Sea region.Our Vision; To be the leading private technical University in the Baltic Sea region.Our Mission; To create and disseminate knowledge and make a positive difference to our community and the wider Baltic Sea region.Our Values; We will achieve our goals because we hold fast to our beliefs and values.The School of Aviation Mechanical Technicians was founded in Kiev, on May 24, 1919. The aircraft repair shops and pilot school were used as the school base. From Kiev, the school had been evacuated to Moscow and in 1921 it was relocated to Petrograd and renamed as Advanced Training Courses for Engineering Staff.In 1938–39, a status of this educational establishment was changed due to the prevailing number of students and listeners raising the level of their skills. In May 1938 the courses were given a new name of First Aircraft Maintenance School. The school was renamed yet again in 1939. In 1946 it was reorganized as the First Leningrad Higher Military Aviation Engineering School. In June 1945 the school was relocated to Riga. In Riga, also the Second Leningrad Higher Military Aviation Engineering School was functioning that had been reorganized from the technical school with similar name. Both schools had two faculties. The first was for engineering and special electrical equipment, the second was for radio engineering and air armaments. In 1949 the schools merged to form Riga Higher Military Aviation Engineering School. In June 1960 the school was broken up and on its base the civil higher school was founded, the Riga Civil Air Fleet Engineers Institute. In 1967 in connection with the reorganization of the Main Directorate of Civil Air Fleet into the Ministry of Civil Aviation, the higher school was named as the Riga Civil Aviation Engineers Institute (RIIGA). On 25 February 1992, the RIIGA passed under the jurisdiction of the Latvian Republic and changed its name to the Riga Aviation Institute. By its 80th anniversary the RAU was the largest higher school in Latvia holding a third place in the ranking of the educational establishments in the country. At the end of the 1990s the higher school faced a number of internal and external problems, and in August 1999 the Cabinet of Latvia made a decision about the liquidation of the RAU as the governmental higher school. Such wording encouraged its employees to reorganize this educational establishment by now into a non-governmental institution. On 6 September 1999, the joint stock company "Riga Aviation University" had been registered and from October of the same year it was renamed into the Transport and Telecommunication Institute. TTI has been included into the Training Directory of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
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