Open Doors

The Faculty of Chemistry invites students to attend the Open Doors event to obtain information from lecturers about the content of the study programme, the study process and admission procedures. During Open Doors event, the pupils can ask questions of interest to them, hear various stories, impressions and emotions from the students themselves about the study life. Furthermore, this is a great opportunity to see the future study facilities.

The dean of the faculty invites the visitors of the event to take part in a conversation, and together with the students of the faculty and the study programme directors talk about the faculty and study opportunities. At the conclusion, the pupils tour the House of Nature and explore the Faculty of Chemistry.

Exhibition "SCHOOL"


The exhibition "SCHOOL" takes place every year at the end of February or the beginning of March at the International Exhibition Centre Ķīpsala. Representatives of the Faculty of Chemistry also take part in the exhibition, ready to tell all those interested about studies and extracurricular activities.

Representatives of all 13 faculties of the University of Latvia are present at the exhibition, presenting a detailed information about the study programmes and opportunities offered by the University of Latvia.

The exhibition takes place at the International Exhibition Centre Ķīpsala, Ķīpsalas iela 8, Riga.

“In Student’s Shoes”

The event is intended for the secondary school students. The event is a one-day opportunity to view the world through student’s eyes and participate in the study process at the University of Latvia. It is an opportunity to attend lectures, seminars, laboratories and workshops, as well as to get acquainted with the study programme content and study process to make a well-considered decision in choosing further education. In order to successfully adapt to the study environment in the future, the event is an opportunity to learn what skills and abilities are necessary for the study process, as well as to meet lecturers, explore faculty library and other study facilities. Participation in this event also means gaining knowledge about other important aspects of students' lives, such as living in university accommodation, involvement in self-governments and amateur art groups, as well as other various activities that the students explain to their future peers from their own perspective. It is also an opportunity to find out directly from the students what it means to study in a particular programme, what is most important in them and what additional opportunities they provide.