01.11.2021 | 
Student, Education
YSU STUDENTS CONTINUE THEIR STUDIES AT HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY IN BERLIN WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF "ERASMUS +" EXCHANGE PROGRAM
YSU STUDENTS CONTINUE THEIR STUDIES AT HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY IN BERLIN WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF "ERASMUS +" EXCHANGE PROGRAM
Anna Tadevosyan and Tatevik Harutyunyan, 2nd year master students of the Chair of Zoology of YSU Faculty of Biology, are currently studying at Humboldt University in Berlin within the framework of the "Erasmus +" exchange program.

We talked to the students about the advantages and difficulties of studying abroad.



"We are very glad that YSU provides such an opportunity to students within the framework of a number of exchange programs. At Humboldt University, we are exploring new methods and computer programs that we can apply in the professional field in the future, " said the students enthusiastically.

They said that studying abroad gives an opportunity to get acquainted with the foreign education system, find international friends, as well as exchange experience.

 

Speaking about the difficulties of studying abroad, they mentioned that due to the large number of students they could not live in a student dormitory at Humboldt University, so they rented an apartment.

Speaking about the subjects taught at Humboldt University, they mentioned that there are a number of subjects that are familiar, there are also new subjects that are very interesting and you learn the new things with pleasure

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