COVID-19 Precautionary Measures & Updates

COVID-19 Precautionary Measures & Updates

The health and safety of students and staff is our highest priority, therefore in the season of 2020/2021 SSE Riga is focused on making a safe learning experience while ensuring continuity of teaching. 

SSE Riga started the study year in August by offering a blend of on-campus and online learning, however, from mid-October SSE Riga has switched to fully online operations in compliance with the requirements determined in the Cabinet Regulations No. 360.

These regulations determine that the completion of higher education study programmes shall be held remotely, except for the completion of the practical part, which cannot be performed remotely.

SSE Riga premises will be closed for students during the emergency period. Also, the premises of the SSE Riga library will be closed (but services ongoing) during this time.
 

SSE Riga Internal Regulations

In order to ensure compliance with recommendations and regulations by government and health institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic, the SSE Riga has developed internal guidelines - please download below.

We'll continue to update this information as changes occur (the last changes to internal guidelines have been made on November 10, 2020).

Should you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact SSE Riga staff members:

  • Jānis Meija – the responsible person for Covid-19 related safety compliance monitoring at SSE Riga and SSE Riga Dormitories
  • Eva Ernštreite – the responsible person for Covid-19 related safety compliance monitoring at SSE Riga
  • Marina Troškova – contact person for international students regarding Covid-19 related travel issues


General Contacts

Visit a dedicated COVID-19 government website with a variety of relevant information and contacts available in Latvian, English and Russian.

For more information on health care and precautions, visit the website of the Center for Disease Prevention and Control.

Detailed travel alerts for individual countries are available on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website

Persons in need of consular assistance can call the Consular Department on the emergency number: +371 26 33 77 11 or email palidziba@mfa.gov.lv.  

Hotline for Covid-19 related inquiries (24 hours, 7 days a week) - 8345​.

apturi covid

We recommend to use "Apturi Covid" (Stop Covid) mobile app created in Latvia to trace contacts of people with Covid-19. Information in English is available here

Jānis Meija
Property Manager/ Lawyer. Read More
janis.meija@sseriga.edu
+371 67015855
Eva Ernštreite
Head of Administration and Human Resources. Read More
Marina Troškova
BSc Programme International Manager. Read More