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 What is RSU SU?

It is the Rīga Stradiņš University student organisation, whose objective is to represent the interests of the university students in academic, material and cultural life.

What does RSU SU do?

It is not that easy to explain RSU SU activities, but you can see below how RSU SU carries its name.

If you have any issues you wish to report to the RSU SU, fill out this form and submit it to the RSU SU. 

RSU SU Daily Activities

Active Recreation Festival Taurenis

 

International Students’ Conference 

Autumn Night Tournaments

Structure

The Student Council has 36 members, all of them are RSU students - representing students from all faculties of the University. Any student can become a member of the council by participating in the elections that take are held annually in November. You can find more information about elections in the election regulations. The Council has a  decision-making authority in the RSU SU.

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The Board is the executive body of RSU SU, represented by eight members of the Board, three Vice-Chairpersons, a Chairperson and an Assistant Chairperson. The board of the RSU SU Council is elected every year. The board is responsible for the main self-government activities, implementation of its specific tasks and engagement of other students in various activities.

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RSU SP cooperation organisations
  • Latvian Students’ Union (www.lsa.lv), in which we have member status;
  • Latvian Pharmaceutical Students’ Association;
  • European Medical Students' Association (EMSA, http://emsa-europe.eu);
  • European Students’ Forum (AEGEE) Riga Organisation (www.aegee-riga.lv);
  • Latvian Medical Students’ Association (LaMSA, www.lamsa.lv);
  • Student Councils of RTU, LU, BAT, LLU, RPIVA, RISEBAA, VEA, ViA, LA, BA, EKA, LiepU and other Latvian higher education institutions, including Students' Self-Government of RSU Liepāja Branch and RSU Red Cross Medical College SP;
  • Student interest groups supported financially by RSU SP, e.g., Christian student interest group Agape, Muslim students’ interest group Ibn Sina, the organisation Cavum Oris, representing the interests of students of the Faculty of Dentistry, International Students' Association (ISA) representing the interests of RSU foreign students, etc.

RSU SC Symbols

The eternal student symbol is a pair of skeletons - Stasis and Stasija - who take part in all events organised by RSU SP and the university. 

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A black horse is the symbol of self-government; it characterises the busy and dynamic pace of life of RSU students.

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