European Humanities University

ЕГУ запрашае ў Вільню (2014)

European Humanities University

The European Humanities University was founded in 1992 and it's academic goal was clear from the very beginning, as its creators aspired to make the EHU a place where the humanitarian cultural identity of Belarus would be sought out in the setting of the European humanitarian heritage. Given its consolidation and growing international reputation all the academia was shocked when, from 2002 on, the Lukashenka Government hijacked academic freedom and closed down the University. In June 2005, the EHU reopened in Vilnius, operating as a classical university in Lithuania.

The modern Vilnius is a vibrant European capital with a population of more than one-half million residents. The baroque capital’s old centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the city is a very pleasant place where one can discover over 40 churches, romantic parks and museums.

Becoming an associate member