01.11.2021 | 
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YSU AND "HAYPOST" SIGNED A MEMORANDUM OF COOPERATION
YSU AND "HAYPOST" SIGNED A MEMORANDUM OF COOPERATION
YSU Acting Rector Hovhannes Hovhannisyan and HayPost Chief Executive Officer Hayk Karapetyan signed a memorandum of cooperation in the rector's office today, according to which the parties pledged to cooperate closely in the field of education and practice.

"We are glad to welcome you at YSU. YSU attaches great importance to cooperation with employers and the private sector. Given that students at the university receive mainly theoretical knowledge, the issue of enriching that knowledge with experience, acquiring and implementing skills becomes a priority. I am sure that this cooperation will be continuous, "said YSU Acting Rector Hovhannes Hovhannisyan wished everyone fruitful cooperation.

 

"We are glad to welcome you at YSU. YSU attaches great importance to cooperation with employers and the private sector. As students acquire mainly theoretical knowledge at the university, the issue of enriching that knowledge with experience, acquiring and operating skills becomes a priority. I am sure that this cooperation will be continuous, "said YSU Acting Rector Hovhannes Hovhannisyan wished everyone effective cooperation.




The parties stressed that the signing of the memorandum will become a new platform for the effective implementation of bilateral programs, will be aimed at improving the quality of students' education and enriching practical experience.

 

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