ASUE 17 Students will Study in Abroad by “Erasmus+” Program: Meeting with the University Leadership
The 2nd semester of the 2016-2017 academic year is unique for ASUE 17 students- those (Bachelor’s, Master’s, PhD), who have passed the competition of “Erasmus+” program will study in European Universities.
Today, ASUE Rector, Professor Koryun Atoyan, Vice Rector of Science and International Relations Gagik Vardanyan, Vice Rector of Educational-Methodological Matters Paruir Kalantaryan, Deans and Vice Deans, staff of ASUE Foreign Relations Division met the outgoing students and their parents.
Rector Koryun Atoyan congratulated the students and their parents on behalf of the University Leadership, Faculty staff, noting that objectively high-performing students and those who passed English competition have been selected.
“Studying in abroad you’ll have the opportunity to get acquainted with the experience of European Universities, to compare it with our University, as well as to present the Armenian culture”; the Rector said, at the same time highlighting the fact of having such high-performing students.
Vice Rectors, staff of Foreign Relations Division introduced a number of organizational issues. Paruir Kalantaryan clarified the issue of mutual recognition of credits and substantive differences.
Vice Rector of Science and International Relations Gagik Vardanyan highlighted that the program enables students to become aware of the experience of European leading Universities. Summing up ASUE activities within frames of “Erasmus+” program the Vice Rector mentioned that great work has been done and the frames of partner Universities will be expanded in future.
Head of Foreign Relations Division Vard Ghukasyan drew attention to a number of procedural issues and the necessary clarifications.
Collaborator of the same Division, PhD Margarita Marukyan, who is also “Erasmus+” beneficiary and has recently returned from abroad, gave some tips to outgoing students. Deans wished the students good luck and success.
Koryun Atoyan summed up the meeting congratulating the students once more and expressed hope that they would return with new knowledge, culturally enhanced.
Good luck and effective study to our students.
ASUE Media and Public Relations Division
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