23.01.2017 | 
Society
THE NAME OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF YSU IN “GENERATION Z” PROJECT HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED
THE NAME OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF YSU IN “GENERATION Z” PROJECT HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED
The first business game-competition of “Generation Z” project took place on January 20. The name of YSU representative was announced.

Back in 2016, YSU Alumni and Career Centre within the framework of cooperation with “Beeline Armenia” company had informed about the launch of “Generation Z” project, which offers participants a fee-paying job in the company, introduction to various approaches and principles in practical business environment, as well as practical application of knowledge.

Among the participants are the pupils of five schools and students of five universities.


At the initiation of “Beeline Armenia” rectors and principals of the educational institutions discussed the details of the program and agreed that each HEI and school will be represented by one participant and two reserve ones.


Opening remarks were made by the head of “Beeline University” Astghik Sargsyan. She welcomed the participants and noted that the program has aroused great interest among students, and it is a great honor for her to meet with them.


YSU will be represented in this project by Simon Mkhoyan, representing the Faculty of Geography and Geology. Our reserve participants are Samvel Grigoryan from the Faculty of Radiophysics and Gevorg Khachatryan from the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics.


The project will be summed up in December of 2017.

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