More than a hundred low-residence freshmen started their studies at EHU

On September 17, the Opening ceremony for the low-residence students took place at the European Humanities University (EHU). The event was held for the first time at the new EHU premises — the former Augustinian monastery in the Vilnius Old Town.

On a picturesque day of September in the courtyard of the new premises in the heart of the Old Town of Vilnius EHU opened its doors to the first-year students. In the Academic Year 2018/19, 109 students began their studies at the University. The Ceremony was opened by the welcome address of EHU Rector Prof. Sergei Ignatov. In addition, the students were greeted by the head of the Academic Unit prof. Aliaksandr Kalbaska, who expressed confidence that studies in the atmosphere of the Old Town will contribute to the development of creativity and diligence of students.

At the end of the ceremony, members of the EHU community shared piece of a traditional cake commemorating the start of the new Academic Year.

Within the Admissions Campaign of the AY 2018/19, the EHU Admissions Committee recommended 260 future freshmen to be enrolled. A grand total of 298 applications were received within the course of the Admissions Campaign.