The annual International Student Conference 2021 in “Health and Social Sciences” will take place on March 22nd-23ed, 2021 and this year the conference will be held online.
An active participant takes part in the conference by presenting his/her own research paper or case report with an oral or poster presentation. The active participant must register and submit their abstract until 15th January 2021. All active participants receive a certificate for participating with an oral or poster presentation. A passive participant is someone who is not presenting within the conference but would like to attend the sessions, workshops, and tours provided by the conference. All passive participants receive certificates for attending the conference.
You may submit your abstract for active participation until January 15th, 2021.
You may register for passive participation anytime including the days of the conference. However, fees may vary. For more information, please visit sub-section Fees.
Active participation for students of Rīga Stradiņš University is free of charge. Passive participation for RSU students is free of charge when registering until March 20th. For non-RSU and international students, the fees for active and passive participation can be found in the sub-section Fees.
Yes, one active participant can submit an unlimited number of abstracts in all sessions, but only one case report regardless of the topic. Each abstract has to be submitted separately.
Abstract formatting instructions can be found in the sub-section Abstract requirements.
There may be one first or leading author and an unlimited amount of co-authors.
All abstracts must be submitted in English. Abstracts submitted in other languages will not be considered.
Yes, a co-author is allowed to present instead of the first author. However, you must inform the session coordinator about these changes prior to the conference.
Only students studying in Bachelor or Master degree programmes may participate. Abstracts submitted by residents will not be accepted.
Unfortunately, we do not offer grants for these purposes.
No, transportation and accommodation fees are not covered by the Organising Committee.
Riga offers a variety of hostels and hotels, so you will be sure to find one for you liking. It is also possible to stay in one of the Rīga Stradiņs Univerity’s Student Hostels for the duration of the conference. For information about accommodation, please visit the sub-section Accommodation.
Riga has a highly developed public transport system, which include trams, trolleybuses and buses. It is also possible to order a taxi, wherever you need to go. For information about travelling in Riga, please visit the sub-section Logistics&Transport.