Архітектурний факультет вітає студентів із галузі архітектури з будь-якого університету України, які бажають продовжити навчання під час війни, та просить звертатися за електронною поштою , телефоном +371 6708 9212 або особисто за адресою Kipsalas iela 6, oфic 407 (по буднях з 10 до 16), аби ми могли спланувати найбільш відповідний спосіб вашої підтримки.
Наперед просимо вибачення за те, що не розмовляємо українською, але впевнені, що знайдемо спільну мову.
The Faculty of Architecture welcomes Ukrainian students of Architecture from any school who wish to continue their studies during the war and asks to contact the e-mail , phone +371 6708 9212 or in person at Kipsalas iela 6, office 407 (on weekdays from 10 to 16) to plan the most appropriate way of support.
We apologize in advance for not speaking Ukrainian, but we are confident that we will find a common language.
Study places to Ukrainian students and job opportunities to academic staff members at RTU
Other faculties of RTU also offer study places to Ukrainian students, and job opportunities to academic staff members so that they can continue their studies and research work, which were interrupted due to the war, in Latvia, RTU.
Students from Ukraine are admitted to RTU as mobility students on the recommendation of the Ministry of Education and Science. Those who are willing to continue at RTU their studies that were started in Ukraine, first, need to get acquainted with RTU study opportunities (https://international.rtu.lv) in order to find a programme corresponding to their studies started in Ukraine.
Please send the application for studies to .
In turn, questions from students and teachers about study and research opportunities will be answered by the Deputy Rector for International Academic Cooperation and Studies of RTU Igors Tipāns – . In turn, this website (https://www.ukraine-latvia.com) provides general information on where and what support and assistance refugees from Ukraine can receive in Latvia.
Accommodation at RTU
RTU offers refugees accommodation in its hostels, where several immigrants have already settled. In order to live in RTU service hotels, refugee status must be applied for.
To find out about accommodation opportunities, please write to .
Since 24 February, when Russia started the war in Ukraine, RTU has been offering both practical support to its international students from Ukraine and to Ukrainian refugees who entered Latvia after the beginning of the war.
In order for the Ukrainian refugees to receive financial support, RTU Development Fund has started collecting donations, inviting RTU employees, students and cooperation partners to donate funds to Ukrainian students and academic staff members. The donations will be used to provide financial support to the Ukrainian refugees in order to cover their daily expenses and to start studies and work in Latvia. It is also planned that RTU Development Fund, together with its cooperation partners, will offer Ukrainian students paid internships in the summer period.
Twenty international students from Ukraine are already studying at RTU, and starting from March, RTU will award them scholarships so that the students can live and study in Latvia when there is the war in their homeland. In individual discussions with the students, the personal needs of each person are identified in order to be able to help accordingly.
RTU has sent letters to its 13 partner higher education institutions in Ukraine, as well as to the Embassy of Ukraine in Latvia, offering the opportunity for Doctoral students of partner higher education institutions to continue their research work, which was interrupted due to the war, at RTU.
Since 1 March, the Ukrainian flag has been flying in RTU campus in Ķīpsala. It was raised in solidarity with Ukraine and to express support for its struggle for land and independence.