21.02.2018 | 
Policy
YSU EXPANDS INTERNATIONAL TIES
YSU EXPANDS INTERNATIONAL TIES
Today, YSU Rector Aram Simonyan hosted Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Brazil to Armenia Agemar de Mendonça Sanctos.

In the beginning of the meeting, Aram Simonyan briefly introduced Yerevan State University, the faculties, institutes, centers and student structures, spoke about the academic potential of the tutors, researchers and students.


“YSU is the oldest university in our country, but also young. Next year we will celebrate the 100th anniversary of its foundation. Today we have more than 300 partners around the world. Many of our graduates are working abroad today, including Brazil,” - said Aram Simonyan and added that students at YSU Faculty of Romance and Germanic Philology and International Relations have the opportunity to study Portuguese.


Ambassador Agemar de Mendonça Sanctos in his turn spoke about the largest Brazilian university in São Paulo.


“My goal is to solve as far as possible the problem of geographical distance that arises between Armenia and Brazil. As an ambassador, my mission is to form that relationship. That is why I am at YSU today. I will visit other universities to launch cooperation with Armenian colleagues,” - the Ambassador said.


As a result of the meeting, it was decided to organize study, exchange and cooperation programs for the scientists working in the natural sciences and for the students of different faculties of YSU.

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