DAAD: the opportunities to study in Germany were presented at ASUE

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German Academic Exchange Programs (DAAD) provide scholarships to students, university graduates, PhD and researchers. German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) representative Angela Nerents noted that the initiative aims to encourage the bests in education and enliven international educational cooperation. Angela Nerents and educational and scholarship program consultant Shushan Tadevosyan were hosted at ASUE to present opportunities to study in Germany, research programs for foreign citizens and summer schools.
The informational meeting was organized by the ASUE Foreign Relations Division. Deputy Director-Senior Expert of AMBERD Research Center, Doctor of Sciences (Political Science) Vardan Atoyan, acting head of the chair of Macroeconomics, Associate Professor Karen Grigoryan, head of Foreign Relations Division Vard Ghukasyan, bachelor’s, master’s and PhD students were present at the meeting.
Vard Ghukasyan welcomed guests and presented the purpose of the meeting. Then Angela Nerents clarified who could become a DAAD scholar. Shushan Tadevosyan presented summer schools. Students also asked their questions to guests.

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