One of France’s most respected periodicals, Le Monde, has published an article on EHU following a visit to the University. Here’s an extract:
There exists a small part of Belarus inside the European Union, on the other side of the Belarusian border. It occupies several classrooms of a university campus situated in the Northern part of Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital, as well as a four-story administrative building in Baroque-style Vilnius center…
These European Humanities University buildings protect and foster the cherished dream of Rector Anatoli Mikhailov, respected professor of German philosophy. Shortly after the Soviet Union collapsed, it was he who set his mind on leading his country out of the academic desert.
Read the full article on the Le Monde website.