ARMENIAN YOUNG LEADERS AND JOURNALISTS FROM DIASPORA TO HAVE CLASSES IN YSU
10 July, 2012
YEREVAN, JULY 10, ARMENPRESS: In the framework of “Diaspora” summer
school classes for Armenian young leaders and journalists from
Diaspora have been organized. More than fifty participants from
fifteen countries have arrived to take part in the event.
Armenpress reports that the opening of the classes took place in the
culture hall of YSU. “In 2011 Yerevan State University and Ministry
of Diaspora opened summer schools in two directions – “Young leaders”
and “journalists of Diaspora”. This year we expanded the framework of
those schools and three new directions were added” said Vice Rector
of Yerevan State University Ruben Markosyan.
Dean of Journalistic faculty of YSU Nagash Martirosyan said in his
speech that the aim of the classes is to make students from Diaspora
to get acquainted with the internal and foreign policy of the country,
organizing meetings with representatives of authorities.
At the ceremony the students from Diaspora handled the diplomas to
the graduates of the faculty.