European University at Saint-Petersburg denied a license. Relevant information is available in the environment in the register of licenses of the service.
The statement about the discontinuation of the educational activities of the European University in St. Petersburg, entered the service July 26, 2017.
In early July, the University began moving out of the mansion Kushelev-Bezborodko, housed 20 years, to temporary quarters nearby. The rector Nikolai Vakhtin said that the move will allow the University to preliterates.
The arbitration court of St.-Petersburg and Leningrad region on March 20 adopted a decision to revoke the license of the European University. In may, the University filed an appeal.
Consideration of the complaint in the second instance appointed on 7 August, the University withdrew it.
European University in St. Petersburg established in 1994. The Board of Trustees included ex-Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin, Director of the State Hermitage Mikhail Piotrovsky and other famous people.
The University was located on Gagarin street in the former mansion of count A. G. Kushelev-Bezborodko, who was a Senator during the reign of Nicholas I. There were five faculties, attended by a total of 266 undergraduates, administration, library, computing centre of the University and University publisher.