Strengthening partnership in the "pomegranate" city
Director of ANAU IT and IT Center, Vice-rector V. Melkonyan and Head of Department of International relations G. Hambardzumyan. Hambardzumyan was in the Spanish "pomegranate" town on January 15-19 (Granada Spanish means pomegranate) to participate in the International Week organized by the University of Granada.
The aim of the visit was to discuss the organization of internationalization of partner universities and the training of international relations department staff.
Responsible for internationalization from universities in Albania, Palestine, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovakia, Thailand, Cambodia, Ukraine, Algeria, Armenia and other countries.
During one-week meetings, a number of important issues were discussed with regard to the mobility of students and staff, education and mobility agreements, and academic identification. At the same time, the experience and directions of international cooperation of the University of Granada were presented.
International Week of Meetings was effective for ANAU as Agrarian University delegates acquired new partners with further cooperation. Agreements were reached to implement further joint programs with other hosted universities and find new ways of cooperation. The cooperation with the University of Granada was only strengthened several months ago. The new partner of the ANAU, Granada University, expressed readiness to continue cooperation with ANAU, an agreement was reached to deepen the partnership especially within the framework of the Horizon 2020 program. The possibilities of having Spanish center at ANAU and organizing Spanish language courses for students and professors were also discussed.
The University of Granada, which has about 500 years of history, is one of the oldest universities in Europe. It has several buildings that are located in different parts of the city. The most spectacular of them are the buildings of about 500 years old, one of them is the university's rectorate and the other is the Faculty of Law.
Head of Department of International relations