Student Representatives and Ambassadors
The Student Representatives are elected by the BUP Students' Parliament and represent the students on the BUP International Board. Read more about the BUP Students' Parliament.
University of Ostrava
University of Lodz
The Baltic University Programme's Student Ambassadors actively promote the BUP and upcoming events at their home universities and in their home countries. They also function as an additional contact person between the Coordinating Secretariat, the National Centres, but also the Student Representatives and the local universities. There are three different profiles that you can chose to be engaged in as a Student Ambassador; the social media group, the research communication group, and the event group. Based on your group you will be able to work closer with the students that share your interest and you will work together in an international context to promote the BUP.
Helena Harriet Tamm
Helenas vision for the Baltic Sea Region is for there to be a great system of educational communication which promotes a sustainable way of living.
Study: Environmental Governance and Climate Change Adaptation at Estonian University of Life Sciences, Tartu, Estonia
Dzvineslavas vision for the Baltic Sea Region is for there to be a high level of education, close work with EU, development of new technologies and products in energy markets.
Study: Medicine at Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University, Ivano-Frankivsk
Linus' vision for the Baltic Sea Region is to see the several ecological threats of the Baltic Sea reduced to the greatest minimum. And to see a boom in the maritime economy of the Baltic Sea Region.
Study: Environmental Management at Kiel University, Germany
Benedicte believes that it is only by a true understanding of each other's differences - and tolerating them without fighting for more power - that the world will be at peace.
Study: MSc in Development Studies at Lund University, Sweden
Lara hopes that that the Baltic Sea countries exchange knowledge and best practices among each other to collaborate in strengthening health and sustainability and promote peace and well-being.
Study: Master in Public Health at Lund University, Lund, Sweden
Minerva Serrano Martínez
Minervas vision is for the Baltic Sea Region to be an international hub for technological and scientific innovation with sustainable and equality grounds.
Study: Master in Public Health at Lund University, Sweden
In Rehams vision for the Baltic Sea Region, diversity and sustainability go hand-in-hand to enhance the productivity of educational, business, and humanities organizations.
Study: Master in Public Health (MPH) at Lund University, Sweden
Anastasiia thinks that the countries of the Baltic Sea Region would manage to use resources in their interests, establish friendly relations with neighbors and actively cooperate with various countries in the economic, cultural and other spheres. This region would guarantee security in the world and can act as open to new partnerships in the international arena.
Study: International Relations, Public Communications and Regional Studies at Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine
Swathy Krishna Reghukumar
Swathy hopes to reach out to more students to spread the mission and vision of The Baltic University Programme.
Study: Pharmacy at Medical University of Gdansk, Poland
Weronica believe that thanks to the BUP many countries of our region will be able to cooperate and help each other.
Study: Architecture at Rzeszow University of Technology, Rzeszów, Poland
Teresa looks forwards to sharing knowledge and practice between different professions and establish intercultural collaboration in the Baltic Sea Region.
Study: Nursing at Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Marina hopes that the Baltic Sea Region will be characterised by good co-operations.
Study: Integrated rural development at Slovak University of Agricultural in Nitra, Slovakia
Simonas vision for the Baltic Sea Region is for it to be healthy, inclusive and diverse.
Study: International Master Double Degree Program in Business Economics at Slovak University of Agricultural in Nitra, Slovakia
Study: Medicine at Ternopil National Medical University, Ternopil
Study: Medicine at Ternopil National Medical University, Ternopil
Khrystyna thinks the best future for Baltic Sea Region development is fostering strong sustainable cooperation between educational medical institutions to provide an exchange of practical experience, access to new methods and approaches in medical sphere and large network creation.
Study: Medicine at Ternopil National Medical University, Ternopil, Ukraine
Jintaos vision is for the Baltic Sea Region to be an be an all-round sustainable region.
Study: PhD student in Economics and Management at University of Latvia, Latvia
Anas vision for the Baltic Sea Region is for it to be the digital and technological capital of the world.
Study: Semiotics and culture studies at University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
Monikas vision for the Baltic Sea Region is for the improvement of digitalized systems throughout the region by keeping in mind its green deal sustainability.
Study: Software Engineering at University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
Shahid believed that if trends of the recent past (e.g. steady economic growth, the inflow of immigrants) and current policy practices (e.g. EU political integration) continue to be in effect in the following three decades. In a scenario where the trends are stable, the rural-urban divide will continue to grow. This implies that bigger cities will keep generating economic power and will be able to attract more people while the rural areas will continue to decline.
Study: Mathemtics at University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
Victoria believes that the Baltic Sea Region has great potential to introduce innovation at all scales and positively impact society. The region has sufficient capacity resources to overcome the uncertainty presented by the Russian war, and by enhancing massive regional cooperation and capacity building, it can lead the competition to net zero by 2050. Scientific collaboration, complemented by public participation, will be the key to sustainable growth.
Study: Environmental Governance and Adaptation to Climate Change at University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
Trangs imaginary picture for the Baltic Sea Region is a region that ensures fair opportunities for everyone and prepares and stores resources for future generations to develop. It is also a transparent and inclusive society in which people can live peacefully with high trust in the system and relationships between people.
Study: Education and Learning at University of Turku, Turku, Finland
Karolina visualizes the Baltic countries working in cooperation and sharing cultural and political wisdom between one another.
Study: International Relations and Psychology at University of Warsaw, Poland
Siwei dream of being a part of the transformation and establish new grounds under sustainable management with people, who consider stakeholders while simultaneously acknowledging the relationship to nature, society, and sustainable development goals. I hope that through the BUP we can build a network that works on innovative solutions and reach more people to become environmental enthusiasts.
Study: Sustainable Destination Development at Uppsala University, Visby, Sweden
Study: Public administration and finances at West Ukrainian National University, Ternopil, Ukraine