Since the beginning of the new academic year, the office of the University of Latvia (UL) Foundation is located in new premises – Vaļņu iela 10–2, Riga. The house was built in 1887 by Kristaps Morbergs – the champion patron of the University of Latvia.

The new home of the University of Latvia Foundation is located in one of the numerous buildings that the grand patron Kristaps Morbergs (1844–1928) bequeathed to the University of Latvia as his universal heir in 1928.

The facade of the building is an example of the Florentine Neo-Renaissance style. The architect of the building was Karl J. Felsko (1844–1919), a Baltic German, the son of Johann D. Felsko, the chief architect of Riga.

Please arrange a meeting with the staff of the UL Foundation by making an appointment in advance!

Correspondence address:

University of Latvia Foundation
Vaļņu iela 10–2, Riga

About the University of Latvia Foundation

Since 2004, the UL Foundation provides an opportunity to patrons and cooperation partners to support both the University of Latvia and other leading higher education institutions of our country, thereby investing in the future of Latvia. The priorities of the UL Foundation are to support the most outstanding, dedicated students and researchers, to advance creation of a modern study environment, as well as to promote construction and refurbishment of university’s buildings.