Presentation of the book “Aram Manukyan’s Letters (1904-1915)” took place today at YSU.
“WE SHOULD ESTABLISH CLOSE TIES WITH THE EMPLOYERS AND PROVIDE OUR STUDENTS WITH THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED BY THE LABOR MARKET”: NAREK HARUTYUNYAN
Associate Professor at the Chair of Social and Economic Geography of YSU, Candidate of Geographical Sciences Narek Harutyunyan has at this moment assumed the position of the Acting Head of Chair. During our conversation, Mr. Harutyunyan presented the main provisions of the program, which will be fulfilled if he assumes the post of the head of the chair.
Today YSU Chair of Civil Defense conducted a training with the participation of students who study the subject “Civil Defense and First Aid in Emergency Situations” in the given semester.
"CHILDREN OF THE ELITE SHOULD SERVE IN THE ARMY: IN THAT CASE EQUALITY WILL BE OBSERVED AS A HARMONY": YSU LECTURER TIGRAN HAKOBYAN
This year, YSU allocates 339 free of charge places, of which 38 are for the demobilized applicants for the last three years. Accordingly, 10% of the free system is allocated to those demobilized from the army. In addition, applicants who have completed the military service within a certain period of time and whose progress has exceeded 10 points in a Bachelor's and 14 in a Master's degree will have a 30% tuition fee.
On May 11, the 5th Annual Chinese Bridge competition took place where Mane Gasparyan, 2nd year student of YSU Faculty of International Relations, won in the nomination “Best Speech”.
Another discussion by “YSU Restart” initiative was held today at YSU.
The Personal Branding Forum-2018 (PBF) will be held on May 19 at the Mika Sports Complex.
Francesco Agnoli, who lives and delivers lectures in the city of Trento, Italy, analyzes the role and importance of the universities in the process of human development. He writes: “The University is a clear, original phenomenon in the history of civilization, the result of an unprecedented flight of minds of the entire medieval society. This is evidenced by the fact that in 1600 the number of universities in the world was more than 100.”
On May 16, 1919, the Council of Ministers of the First Republic of Armenia adopted a historic decision to establish a university in Yerevan. Founded in the hard and difficult times, the university became the spiritual lighthouse of hope and dreams of our people. Having founded the university, the Armenian people responded to the fate, the massacre, the genocide and the destruction by opposing its constructive, thoughtful and creative spirit.
Since its foundation, Yerevan State University has become a silent witness of the turbulent events of our history, educated the newly independent generation of the First Republic, the Soviet youth, and the citizens of the Third Republic.