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Organizations
Azg Daily
"Azg" daily was founded in 1991 and was issued three times per week. Since 1992, the daily newspaper. It's the first independent newspaper. The first is the "nation" is printed on the new computer. 1999 "Azg" has internet service, which is updated every day. The newspaper's online version is published in 6 languages: Armenian, Russian, English, Turkish, Arabic and Persian. It is read by more than 70 countries, 4000 -4500 average every day people around the world. The "nation" has 3 thousand copies. The news in 1998 was re-registered as an LLC, has 5 shareholders.

It cooperates with YSU Faculty of Journalism.

General editor: Hakob Avetikyan

Address: Yerevan, Republic str. 47
Tel: (+374 60) 27-11-14, (+374 60) 27-11-17, (+374 60) 27-11-13
E-mail: azg2@arminco.com, azg@azg.am
Website: www.azg.am
Announcements
YSU ALUMNI AND CAREER CENTER IN COLLABORATION WITH “CALOUSTE GULBENKIAN FOUNDATION” ORGANIZES THE “CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND LABOR MARKET INTEGRATION OF DIASPORA YOUTH” PROJECT
YSU ALUMNI AND CAREER CENTER IN COLLABORATION WITH “CALOUSTE GULBENKIAN FOUNDATION” ORGANIZES THE “CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND LABOR MARKET INTEGRATION OF DIASPORA YOUTH” PROJECT
The aim of the program "Career Development of Diaspora Youth - Integration in the Labor Market" is to promote the competitiveness of young specialists, to support their integration into the labor market.
ALUMNI OF CENTENNIAL
ALUMNI OF CENTENNIAL
The Alumni and Career Centre of YSU traditionally collects the data of alumni to make the information on the events aimed at career development and on vacancies available for them.
USING OF POSSIBILITIES OF MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY OF YSU AT JOB MARKET OF ARMENIA: MEETING-DISCUSSION WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF JOB MARKET
USING OF POSSIBILITIES OF MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY OF YSU AT JOB MARKET OF ARMENIA: MEETING-DISCUSSION WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF JOB MARKET
The Alumni and Career Centre of YSU and the Microbial Biotechnology and Biofuel Innovation Centre of YSU organized an event entitled “Using of possibilities of microbial technology of YSU at the job market of Armenia”.