LESC 2020 is an international conference bringing students interested in the topics of Liberal Education in the Lithuanian capital – Vilnius. The conference is organized by motivated students of European Humanities University – the former Belarusian university, located now in Vilnius and aiming at providing education based on the model of Liberal Arts Education to young people, mostly from Belarus. We are more than glad to host the 5th editiion of LESC!
MEET OUR TEAM!
“I am Ulad and I graduated EHU in 2019 (Bachelor Degree in Media & Communication).
Currently, I am studying International Business at SMK University of Applied Sciences. I am interested in Music Production, Technologies and Organizing various events.
Hope LESC will contribute to your awareness and expertise regarding liberal education and broaden your horizons. What is more, this conference is a great opportunity to have a good time with like-minded people!”
“I am Alina and I am a 4th year student of the program “International Law and EU Law”. I already participated in the LESC in Berlin last year, as well as in the LESS in Freiburg 2 years ago and I found the topic of Liberal Education quite curious and engrossing.
That is why I became interested in organizing this conference in Vilnius. I hope this conference will bring new knowledge and an unforgettable experience to everyone!”
“My name is Nastya. I am a 3rd-year student of “European Heritage” BA-program pf European Humanities University.
I believe that Liberal Arts is an evolutionary model for the educational sphere in the Eastern European region that will bring great changes”.
“My name is Zhenya. I am a 3-d year student of the European Heritage program. Here we learn to research the Cultural Heritage field at a progressive level. I try not to miss any EHU volunteer activity and organization of projects. I was one of the organizers created the new format of university projects — “Week Against Harassment.”
This is my first experience of participating in LESC, so I look forward to its beginning. I hope you too!”
“I am Sasha and I am a 4th-year student of the faculty “International Law and EU Law”, European Humanities University, Lithuania.
I believe that holding this conference is another step towards meeting quality education. Since this year it takes place in the hospitable Vilnius, I want to become a part of this event. I will try to make your stay here as interesting and memorable as possible”.
“My name is Volha. I am a 3rd-year student of the “Visual Design” program, European Humanities University. I am happy to be one of the organizers of LESC 2020 in Vilnius, because Liberal Education is an interesting topic for discussion and expression of opinion.
I will become a part of this event for the first time. I hope that each of the participants in the conference will enjoy time in Vilnius, and we will do our best to make it true”.
Communication & Promotion section:
“My name is Katya. I am a 4-year student at EHU majoring in International Law and European Union law. I am trying to be involved in various projects to get new experience and previously I have participated in LESC in Utrecht & Berlin.
I hope this LESC edition will unite participants from all over Europe and not only, becoming a platform for exchange of ideas on liberal arts and sciences!”
“I’m Kristina, 19 years old, a third-year student of international and EU law and very excited to be one of the organizers of the Conference.
It’s an honor to be part of European Liberal Education Student Conference in this great city: I love the place! For sure LESC Vilnius is a great place to have nice experience, establish new friendships, party, to eat awesome kibinai and to practice your liberal views, and I’m looking forward to being your helper in a few weeks’ time”.
And….. Our Photographer
“My name is Viktar, I’m Junior in Media and Communications. I’m interested in photography, videography and events planning.
I find concept of LESC conference interesting, and that’s why i wanted to participate as photographer in order to implement my skills to preserve memories of this event”.