The Open Day of the Faculty of Computing takes place during the 12th grade spring break week.

The guests are addressed by the Dean of the Faculty of Computing, the directors of the study programmes and the representatives of the student self-government. There is an opportunity to find out additional information about the study programmes and ask questions.


The exhibition "SCHOOL" takes place every year at the end of February or the beginning of March at the International Exhibition Centre in Ķīpsala. Representatives of the Faculty of Computing, who are ready to talk about both studies and extracurricular activities, also take part in the exhibition.

Representatives of all 13 faculties of the University of Latvia can be met there. They present detailed information about the study programmes and study opportunities offered by the University of Latvia.

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

The event is intended for high school students. During the event, they have one day to "step into a student's shoes" and participate in the study process of the University of Latvia. It is an opportunity to participate in lectures, seminars, laboratory and practical work, as well as to get acquainted with the University’s study programmes, their content and study process, which would help to make a motivated decision in choosing further education. In order to successfully adapt to the study environment later, students will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the skills and abilities necessary for the study process, as well as lecturers, faculty libraries and other study rooms during the event. Participation in this event also means getting acquainted with other important aspects of students' lives, such as living in service hotels, activities in self-governments and amateur groups, as well as other various activities that a student will be able to talk about from his/her point of view. It is also an opportunity to get information directly from the students about what it is like to study in a particular programme, what is most important and what additional opportunities it provides.