Swim in the session
Turība University Student Council’s Honorary Award
Study Paper seminar
In order to qualitatively prepare both freshman and older students, BAT SP is organizing an informative seminar on what needs to be known and followed when making and presenting study paper.
Event where students can take a break from studies and play board or video games.
It is initiation for new students of Turiba University, forcing them to overcome various tasks and obstacles by becoming full-fledged BAT students. Fuksi is the only opportunity for Turiba student to swim in the fountain during her study years!
Volleyball Night Tournament and Streetball Tournament
Tournaments with a competitive spirit between teams from different universities. Tournaments provide not only the ability to test their abilities in the field of sports, but also to get useful prizes. Volleyball night among students has become popular with its night and sporting atmosphere within two nights, but basketball, as everyone knows, is favorite sport of Turiba University.
BAT SP House
Motivating and cohesive two-day seminar for BAT SP members. Lectures from experienced lecturers and BAT SP Honorary members. Activities that make you get to know each other closer and that help you to better understand not only yourself but also the essence of the team.
In the month of the Latvian National Birthday, an event was organized that allows to learn and enjoy Latvian culture, national dishes and various performances. Both Latvians and foreign students are invited to take part in various activities and dance with Latvian dancers throughout the evening.
Ticot, mīlot, gaidot…
For 11 years in a row Turība University Student Council’s activists gather together to visit and better the day of children at Children’s with special needs organisation “Māriņa” at Auce, Latvija. We provide practical and emotional support to children by engaging into different interactive activities and spending meaningful time with them around Easter time and Christmas.
A tradition that has found it’s way to students hearts is visiting animal shelter Ulubele each year to help out the shelter with donations, doing voluntary work, cleaning up the surroundings and spending meaningful time with animals.
Within one month, four countries in the Turiba Open corner fill with their national food scent and each passing student has the opportunity to taste some of the dishes prepared by foreign students. If performances from one of the cultures are also presented in bliss.