Responding to questions about tuition fees raised by students on social media in recent days, we inform that according to the Decision No. 298-N of the Government of the Republic of Armenia of March 16, 2020, higher education institutions have switched to online format, which was the only possible way to organize education in this period.
It is with deep sorrow that I was informed of the passing away of Artemis Nazaryan, the wife of Nazar Nazaryan, the famous philanthropist and public figure. During the days of this raging catastrophe in the world, the Nazaryan family also suffered an irreparable loss.
At a seminar on "Medical Informatics" organized by the American-Austrian Foundation in Salzburg on 27.10.-02.11 medical informaticians from the United States presented a new specialty - Medical Informatics to 31 different background doctors from 21 countries.
On March 5-6, 2019 MINERVA project was launched in the Academy of Economic Studies, Chisinau, Moldova. MINERVA is a European Union ERASMUS+ funded project which aims to strengthen research management and open science capacities of HEIs in Moldova and Armenia.
oday was the opening of the room with telemedicine facilities at "Muratsan" University Hospital Complex.
The auditorium is equipped with telecommunication facilities and is designed for students, clinical residents and doctors.
Bagrat Baveyan, chief doctor of the Muratsan Hospital Complex, said that discussions, round tables, as well as lectures will be organized here. "In order to discuss cases of illness, doctors will be able to communicate online with foreign colleagues to hold consultations to organize the treatment of the patients more efficiently," said the chief doctor.
The Deanery of the International Education today unites over 1,700 foreign students. The schooling of the students in YSMU's General Medicine, Dental and Pharmacy Faculties is conducted in three languages: Armenian, Russian and English. The first international students were Armenian Diaspora from Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Cyprus, Greece and Bulgaria. YSMU has been training and preparing doctors for other countries for more than 60 years. Nowadays, students from 32 countries all over the world are trained for doctors. The process of internationalization remains a major goal for the medical university, and that is why new prerequisites are created year by year.
We talked with Gayane Avetisyan, Dean of the International education, about the issues related to international students; the role of education and the Deanery and their work.
One of India's most colorful and bright holidays was Holly's festive event with the participation of Indian students in YSMU hostel.
YSMU officially releases Indian students from lessons on this occasion every year, respecting their national and religious peculiarities. Holly Feast is one of the most famous Indian festivals when Indians celebrate the arrival of spring, spraying each other with colored paints.
On the initiative of the student’s parliament of YSMU, the Iranians celebrated the New Year celebration of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Nowruz, in a festive atmosphere together with national songs and dances. Nowruz, according to the Iranian calendar is celebrated on the first day of spring on March 21.
On March 19, Yerevan State Economic University summed up the results of the "Best Student" republican award ceremony. Liana Hayrapetyan, a junior research fellow at the Neurology Laboratory, a 6th year student in YSMU became the winner.
We talked to YSMU's best student about her progress, scientific and social activity.