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New International Achievements of ANAU

Expanding and being activity engaged in international relations is not a new phenomenon for ANAU. Throughout the years of its existence, ANAU has participated in various international projects which have contributed to the acquisition of professional skills and knowledge of students and staff, institutional components have been implemented as well that have ensured the establishment and progress of the University.

Expanding and being activity engaged in international relations is not a new phenomenon for ANAU. Throughout the years of its existence, ANAU has participated in various international projects which have contributed to the acquisition of professional skills and knowledge of students and staff, institutional components have been implemented as well that have ensured the establishment and progress of the University.

This year is exclusive for ANAU as the number of International projects is really high. Moreover, most are mobility projects for students and staff, and 2 specific projects of institutional capacity building and promotion.Currently ANAU has around 23 Erasmus+ ICM Projects with European Universities, 15 of which are new projects funded in 2017, the rest were approved last year and are still active. Thanks to these projects ANAU students have the opportunity to study in the European Universities one semester, professors and administrative staff members have the opportunity to teach and have training.

Besides the Erasmus+ Programme ANAU has 2 more projects for students, MUSA և MOBIS, funded by the Italian Government. This year ANAU has 2 new Projects within Erasmus+ Key Action 2 “Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education” Programme with our European partner Universities. The Project Coordinator (Applicant) of “From Theoretical-Oriented to Practical education in Agrarian Studies” (TOPAS) Project is Hochschule Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University which is our long-term partner. The duration of the Project is 36 months (2017-2020). TOPAS aims at filling the gap within a common former soviet inherited agricultural sciences higher education system in Armenia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan and introducing and improving vocationally oriented practical programs based on learning outcomes. A wide-range of activities will facilitate the transition from teacher centered knowledge-based form of education to student-centered practice based education in Agrarian studies. The Project partner countries are Germany, Romania, Poland, the United Kingdom, Armenia (ANAU and YSU), Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. ANAU local project coordinator is G. Hambardzumyan, the Head of the Department of International Relations. The Project Coordinator (Applicant) of “Armenian Network of Excellence in Bio-Products Science and Technology” (ABIONET) project is Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki. The duration of the Project is 36 months (2017-2020). The aim of the project is the establishment of multi-disciplinary network between Centers, Departments and Laboratories of Armenian and European Universities to cover bio-products science and technology education with an effective communication and management network between all participating universities. Within ABioNet: 1 to 10 months short term training courses in areas of agricultural, food and nutriceutics science and technology; MSc programmes and Joint degree scheme within ABioNet partners will be developed. The Project partner countries are Greece, Armenia, Germany, Portugal and Italy. ANAU local project coordinator is G. Marmaryan, the Head of the Chair of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Virology.Thus, the achievements of 2017 are essential and obligatory as well as there are many activates to be carried out. One of our main goals should be the promotion and improvement of the English language skills within students and staff, because only in this case we can actively participate in exchange programs, successfully apply the gained skills and work on capacity building programs.


Head of the Department of International Relations
G. Hambardzumyan

 

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