ASUE 31students travel abroad. The University management wished them success

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Another group of ASUE 31 students (including 24 from Bachelor's program and 7 from Master’s program) will study at foreign universities at the 2017-2018 academic year within the “Erasmus +” program. 13 Universities in 10 countries (like Hasselt University, Belgium, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece, Varna University of Management, Bulgaria) will host our students for 6 months.

The University management met the students and their parents and wished them success. Rector, Professor Koryun Atoyan, Vice-Rector on Educational-Methodological Matters Paruyr Kalantaryan, Deans of all Departments, Program Coordinator, Head of Foreign Relations Division Vard Ghukasyan were present at the meeting. They congratulated the winners of “Erasmus +” then discussed some educational-methodological issues.

In his welcoming speech Rector Koryun Atoyan congratulated New Year with best wishes. He mentioned that students’ interest towards "Erasmus +" is growing and the competition increases. Rector expressed gratitude to Vard Ghukasyan for the program's development in ASUE.

"You’ll be the delegates of our country abroad so you must present yourself and your country in the best way"- said Koryun Atoyan.

Vice-Rector Paruyr Kalantaryan urged students to study well, to master the best european educational experience, and on return make suggestions on localization them in our university.

Vard Ghukasyan and Foreign Relations Division co-worker Tatevik Hovhannisyan, who participated in "Erasmus +" program, gave useful advices and urged to apply online Foreign Relations Division if needed, answered parents' questions.

At the end of the meeting students were photographed with the management of the University.

Students are hopeful, they will return to native university with knowledge, rich experience and new insight.

Dear Asue students we wish you successful learning and homecoming.

ASUE Media and Public Relations Division 

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