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Organizations
Moscow House
"Moscow House" cultural center was opened in Moscow in 2007. The center is a multi-center, which aims to properly present Moscow's cultural life, creating a cultural and business bridge between the two cities at the same time to restore, preserve and popularization of the Russian language of the ancient traditions.

There, visitors will have the opportunity to communicate with Russian culture and the business world, making it one of the most picturesque places in the cinema and concert hall, conference hall, library, offices, a hotel, restaurant and shops.

"Moscow House" collaborates with YSU Faculty of Russian Philology.

Director: Armine Tutunjian

Address: RA, Yerevan, Argishti Str. 7
Tel.: +374-10-510211
Fax: (+374 10) 51-02-15
E-mail: mkdc-yerevan@rambler.ru
Website:www.dommoskvy.am
Announcements
THE PROGRAM ENTITLED "CAREER DEVELOPMENT OF DIASPORA YOUTH AND INTEGRATION IN THE LABOR MARKET" STARTS AT YSU
THE PROGRAM ENTITLED "CAREER DEVELOPMENT OF DIASPORA YOUTH AND INTEGRATION IN THE LABOR MARKET" STARTS AT YSU
The "Career Development of Diaspora Youth's Integration in the Labor Market" program was launched today at YSU Hall after Palyans, which is implemented jointly with YSU Alumni Career Center and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
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.