24.03.2009 | 
Student, Science
NEW EUROPEAN GAME
NEW EUROPEAN GAME
Today future economists were trying their luck in "business games".

The event was organized by the Student Council of YSU Faculty of Economics. The contest involved 4 teams, representing 4 groups of the faculty. Each team consisted of 4 members: students 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students.

The university held business game for the first time in its history. As chairman of YSU Faculty of Economics Student council Arthur Eghiazaryan said, the game method was suggested by one of the students, who had recently returned from a trip to Europe. During the game competing teams are offered a situation in which they must make the economic and marketing decisions.

Im sure the game will be interesting and too efficient one. This is an excellent attempt for future economists to put into practice the theoretical knowledge available, - noted the Student Council Chairman of the above mentioned faculty Arthur Eghiazaryan.

Students were assess by 5 members of the jury: Chairman of YSU SSS Karlen Khachatryan, Chairman of SSS of YSU Faculty of Economics Gurgen Gasparyan, Student Council Chairman of the above mentioned faculty Arthur Eghiazaryan, Adviser to the Chairman of the Student Council of this faculty Lena Hovhannisyan, Chairman of the Committee on Public Relations, of Student Council of this faculty Hovhannes Grigoryan.

Competing teams were offered 3 games: Marketing, Strategic Management and Negotiations. The winner was determined by the overall score in the result of three games.

The winner was the team of 4th year with 109 points. Winners received certificates from YSU Student Council.

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