10.11.2015 | 
Education
THE GOAL OF THE WORKSHOP WAS TO DEVELOP NEW QUALIFICATIONS
THE GOAL OF THE WORKSHOP WAS TO DEVELOP NEW QUALIFICATIONS
On November 2-6, the University of Applied Sciences in the German city of Osnabrück hosted a workshop aimed at the development of a range of sectorial qualifications.

The workshop was conducted in the framework of “Tempus” funded “ARMENQA” project “The implementation of national and sectorial qualifications frameworks in Armenia”. The areas of agriculture, law, education, civil construction and physics were selected for the workshop.

The workshop was attended by the representatives of all the partner universities from Armenia, as well as the Union of Employers of Armenia, “European Students’ Forum”, the National Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Higher Education, as well as the European partner universities (Linchoping, Ghent, Aarhus) and other organizations, particularly Romanian National Division of Qualifications (8 representatives).

YSU was represented by the national coordinator, Deputy Vice-rector, Director of the Centre for Quality Assurance Armen Budaghyan, the leading specialist at this Centre Marie Santurjyan, Head of the Chair of History and Theory of State and Law of YSU Faculty of Law Arthur Vagharshyan, Head of Chair of Civil Procedure Sergey Meghryan, Head of Chair of General Physics and Astrophysics of YSU Faculty of Physics Atom Muradyan and Head of Chair of Microwave Radiophysics and Telecommunications of YSU Faculty of Radiophysics Khachatur Nerkararyan.

Five professional working groups with the direct guidance and consulting of the European experts developed the drafts of the projects in the selected areas.


YSU experts were involved in the working groups, occupied in the fields of physics and law.


The program envisages further discussions at the universities and the higher education community in general.

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