On July 1 European Humanities University (EHU) bestowed diplomas to University’s ever largest Class – 228 Bachelors and 41 Master were awarded during a solemn commencement ceremony.
Every year Belarusian business portal Probusiness.by and Strategic and Economic Development Agency form Top 30 under 30 list of most promising young Belarusian entrepreneurs. Once again the names of European Humanities University (EHU) alumni in Top 30 list prove the effectiveness of liberal arts education model of the Belarusian university in exile in Vilnius.
During her studies at the European Humanities University (EHU) Dziyana Malinouskaya (undergraduate program “Media and Communication”, class 2014) was acknowledged for her creativity and photography skills. Her recent photo-project from Paris was positively welcomed by 34travel visitors.
In 2013 Dzmitry Natalevich graduated from European Humanities University (EHU) undergraduate program “Visual and Cultural Studies”. Currently Dzmitry resides in Estonia, where he is engaged into sound and cinema industry.
After his graduation from European Humanities University’s (EHU) undergraduate program “International law” in 2012, Uladzimir Dzianisevich continued his education at Maastricht and Warwick. Currently EHU alumnus resides in India, where he works for an international human rights NGO.
Tatsiana Hurynovich graduated from EHU’s Political Science and European Studies low residence program in 2012. Now she lives in Belarus and works as an artist. Her paintings were featured at Parallax exhibition in London on October, 24-25.
Paul Goluzov earned his bachelor’s degree in Tourism and Cultural Heritage in 2013. He didn’t have any questions about further employment, because as a student he had already created his own place of business. In this interview Paul told us how he managed to establish a successful media production studio in Vilnius and shared his plans for the future.
Andrei Maewski, 2012 Alumnus of the Political Science and European Studies bachelor program, has already managed to finish his master’s in London, gain professional experience in consulting, and even open his own international company in the sphere of Human Resources (HR) in Vilnius. In this exclusive interview he shares how he applies what he learned at university and afterwards.
Over 120 alumni, students, and faculty members of the European Humanities University (EHU) gathered at the EHU alumni homecoming in Vilnius. It was one of the largest events of its kind in EHU history.
Two hundred and thirty two students—175 undergraduate and 57 graduate—were awarded diplomas by the European Humanities University (EHU) at a graduation ceremony held July 10 in the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society.
Igor Zubov graduated from the EHU bachelor’s program in international law in 2009. He continued his studies specializing on international arbitrage at Stockholm University. He currently lives in Amsterdam and works for the law firm De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek.
Olga Mishyna graduated from the EHU bachelor’s program in media and visual design in 2009. She started working right away as a graphic designer. For the past four years, she has lived in Amsterdam and currently works for the graphic design firm Van Eck Ontwerpers.
EHU alumnus Jan Guardian (LLB, International Law 2011) has created a web service called ease-of-access.com that is designed to help people with disabilities all around the world find information about the accessibility of public places. Services include a map where every user can find or add data about accessibility in a particular location.
The Belarusian Strategic and Economic Development Agency’s (ASER) Top 30 under 30 list of entrepreneurs reveals that one tenth of the most promising and creative young Belarusian entrepreneurs are former students of the European Humanities University (EHU), which is currently in exile in Vilnius.
During EHU's Open Door Days, EHU alumnus Dzmitry Bazhko (BA Cultural Heritage and Tourism, 2009) shared his personal and professional story in an exclusive interview.