18.07.2019 | 
Education
COOPERATION BETWEEN YSU AND PAUL-VALERIE MONTPELLIER 3 UNIVRSITY TO BE CONTINUED
COOPERATION BETWEEN YSU AND PAUL-VALERIE MONTPELLIER 3 UNIVRSITY TO BE CONTINUED
The cooperation signed between Yerevan State University and Paul-Valerie Montpellier University within the frames of “Erasmus+” program is going to be strengthened. It will be continued till 2020.

The deputy Dean of the Faculty of International Relations Arthur Israelyan and the leading specialist of the Department of International Cooperation Haykuhi Mkrtchyan visited Paul-Valerie Montpellier University of France on July 8-12.

The aim of the visit was to study the experience in mobility programs of Paul-Valerie Montpellier University and to expand the field of cooperation.

Haykuhi Mkrtchyan informed that programs of tutors’ and students’ experience exchange are fulfilled between the two universities.

According to her, the programs are fulfilled particularly for lecturers and students of the faculty of History and Faculty of European Languages and Communication, but during the meeting they discussed the working program for the coming year and it was decided to include the Faculty of International Relations in the future program.

The also discussed the ways of overcoming the problems related to tutors’ and students’ mobility.

During the visit together with Mr. Israelyan they visited different faculties of Paul Valerie Montpellier University, attended the department of Literature and Linguistics, got acquainted with the methods and specifics of teaching.

Haykuhi Mkrtchyan also stated that the collaboration between two universities will be continued till 2020.

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