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Parents Support

We warmly welcome all our students who come to study at TSI. We also understand the vital role you play in advising and supporting your son or daughter during their time preparing for and then experiencing university life. It is not easy to start new period of life, moreover if it is in in a new city or country. From time to time the advice and support of specialists is invaluable to all of us.

TSI has set up a range of central Student Life and Wellbeing services, if you can’t find answer to your question below, don’t hesitate to contact us*

We are here to answer your questions about the application process.

We are glad to announce that TSI Summer Graduation Ceremony will take place on July 4.

Please follow the updates of the information, what kind of form and where will the Graduation Ceremony hold.

If you want to visit Riga for Graduation Ceremony, you should receive short term visa for arrive in Latvia, for additional information please contact the Study department: phone: +371 67100523, e-mail: student@tsi.lv

We are planning to start our academic year at 14th September, 2020. If you won’t be able to come to Latvia, no worries – you can start your studies remotely, we will provide all materials and online lectures, and you can come when borders will be open.

Beginning of the study year 2020/2021:  14th September, 2020

Welcome week for the freshmen: September 14 -28, 2020. Will be held online for those who will be abroad.

For medical help you can contact multifunctional medical center SIA “Veselības centrs 4”. Address: 117 Krisjana Barona Street, Riga. Phone: +37167847104

In case of medical emergency cases call direct emergency number 113 or the European emergency phone number 112. Please check the additional information: http://www.nmpd.gov.lv/en/

*NB! according to the conditions of 05.25.2019. Regulations on the protection of personal data, the institute does not have the right to give information about students to third parties (including parents) by phone, unless written consent has been obtained from the student to provide information. But you can always ask us to contact your child.

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