Diploma

EHU diplomas are recognized throughout the European Union as well as in other countries. In addition to a diploma, graduating students receive a Diploma Supplement.

The Diploma Supplement is a document produced through a joint effort of the European Commission, the Council of Europe, and UNESCO/CEPES initiative.

The Diploma Supplement facilitates international recognition of qualifications for academic study and may serve as an annex to the original qualification. It provides essential information on the nature, level, context, content, and status of any higher education qualification, and was created to ease problems of recognition and promote transparency.

Being an effective tool for transparency and promoting informed judgments about academic qualifications, the Diploma Supplement does not replace or substitute the original qualification documents nor guarantee automatic recognition of the qualification for either academic or professional purposes.

All students of the European Humanities University receive a Diploma Supplement upon graduation, free of charge. View an example of a Diploma Supplement for undergraduate or graduate degrees.

The Diploma Supplement is issued in both English and Lithuanian versions. Click here to learn more about the structure of the Supplement.

Co-financed by:European Commission