The Vilnius-based European Humanities University (EHU), whose students are mostly from Belarus, has received a negative assessment from the Lithuanian Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education, or SKVC.
European Humanities University graduation in Vilnius 2016
© Kilimas Arts

The assessment provides grounds for "revoking the authorization to deliver studies and carry out activities related to studies", SKVC said.

The EHU has 14 days to appeal the decision to a commission appointed by the education and science minister and 30 days to contest it in a court.

The EHU's performance was evaluated this year because it received a negative assessment after an earlier review in 2014 and was issued only with a three-year accreditation.

The latest report gives a negative assessment to the EHU for strategic management and science/arts.

SKVC said last week that it had given a repeated negative assessment to the Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences (LEU).

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