19.01.2018 | 
Student
NEW CHAIRMAN OF YSU STUDENT COUNCIL
NEW CHAIRMAN OF YSU STUDENT COUNCIL
At the session of the Student Council Presidium, YSU Faculty of International Relations 4th year student David Apoyan was elected the Chairman of this student structure.

During the session of Presidium of YSU Student Council held on January 18, Student Council Chairman Armen Khachikyan informed that he had resigned in connection with his new job and proposed the candidacy of YSU Faculty of International Relations student, member of Student Council David Apoyan.

 

Raffi Karamyan, Deputy Director of Student Affairs Center, member of YSU Student Council Electoral Commission, was present at the session. He introduced the members of the Presidium to the procedure of holding elections, how to nominate other candidates or nominate themselves.

 

Other candidates were not nominated by the Presidium members, and unanimously by secret ballot, David Apoyan was elected YSU Student Council Chairman. Previously he was the Deputy Chairman of the structure.

 

Let us also inform that during the session the Deputy Chairman of the Student Council was also elected. Two candidates were nominated and David Matevosyan, a member of the Student Council, was elected.

 

The SC Presidium also thanked the ex-chairman Armen Khachikyan for his productive work, as well as wished success to his future career.

Other news
SOME YSU STUDENTS CELEBRATED THE NEW YEAR ABROAD
Due to the cooperation of Yerevan State University with various universities worldwide some students have the opportunity to get education abroad.
HOW ARE YSU FOREIGN STUDENTS GOING TO CELEBRATE NEW YEAR
Taking part in holiday celebrations of the country is the best way to learn about its culture. It’s known that YSU cooperates with various universities worldwide and makes it possible for foreign students to get education here. This year they have the opportunity to enjoy the New Year celebrations in Yerevan.
ysu.am talked with the students and got to know what they think about the festive atmosphere in Armenia and how they are going to mark the New Year.