Experience the University at RTU Open Day

International Cooperation and Foreign Students Department of Riga Technical University is pleased to invite prospective international students to A Virtual RTU Open Day 2021, which will take place on Tuesday, March 2, at 9:00 AM (Helsinki GTM +2), aiming to take them to a journey through a whole study experience taking place at RTU Ķīpsala Campus – the most modern engineering study center in the Baltic States.

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Participants of RTU Open day will have opportunity to meet our current international student from Japan, who will share his experience and give a broader view on how university life is like from a study process, campus life, environmental and social engagement standpoint.

RTU International Cooperation and Foreign Students Department is the university’s structural unit, which has been working with international students coming from all around the world for more than 25 years. Our international community gathers 3525 foreign students (full-time and exchange) representing 89 countries. International students can choose from a wide range of courses taught in English within 57 study programs – international.rtu.lv.

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Shibaura Institute of Technology Virtual Information Session

On the 25th of February Shibaura Institute of Technology (Tokyo, Japan) is inviting RTU students to join Virtual Information Session on student mobility programs


February 25th:  03:00AM-04:00AM

February 25th:  11:00AM-12:00PM


Students interested in spending exchange semester at SIT are asked to send the motivation letter and CV to Anna.Sedova@rtu.lv before April 1, 2021.



From job advertisment to the first working day

The Career Centre of Riga Technical University (RTU) has developed a training tool «No sludinājuma līdz pirmajai darba dienai» (EN – «From Advertisement to the First Workday» that will help young people in searching for their job or practice places.

From job advertisement to the first working day

RTU invites you to participate in the Virtual Career Day

Thursday, 4th of March, from 11.00 to 16.00, the traditional Career Day of Riga Technical University (RTU) which due to epidemiological conditions will take place this year online on the platform pasakumi.rtu.lv. RTU invites students to participate in Career Day, create their profiles and find their next job or internship. Before the event, you must register on the website pasakumi.rtu.lv, registration and participation in the event is for free.

On RTU Career Day, which is the largest professional orientation event for young people in Latvia, this time young people will be able to get acquainted with companies’ job and internship offers in the platform, as well as gain valuable information on how to position themselves in the labor market. For companies, in turn, this is an opportunity to get acquainted with potential employees and inform them about their company and job opportunities there.

The virtual exhibition platform for companies, similarly to the live event, will have its own stands where you can get acquainted with information about the company. Students will be able to apply for vacancies, chat with companies, apply for interview times.

Also this year, the exhibition will have a parallel program, which will offer various webinars and workshops on how to build a career and enter the labor market.

Currently, 56 companies representing 26 industries have already applied for participation in RTU Virtual Career Day. The most widely represented are IT industry, finance, energy, construction, production.

The event is supported by Infotrust, Skonto Group, Tenachem, Printful, Accenture, SEB, AST. Informatively supported by «Prakse.lv», «CV online».

You can also follow the information of RTU Virtual Career Day on Facebook and on the website.

Series of Guest Lectures on Introduction to Digital Humanities

The Faculty of E-Learning Technologies and Humanities in cooperation with RTU Foreign Students Department is proud to announce the series of 32 lectures and practical classes conducted by the guest lecturers Ahmad Kamal from Linnaeus University (Sweden) and Patrick Gawin from the Western University (Canada) devoted to the challenges in the emerging field of Digital Humanities.

RTU students are invited to acquire relevant skills and competences necessary to process digital, visual, and multi-modal information and to think across disciplines, media and technologies. The lectures are scheduled weekly from February 5, 2021.