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Students of the 8th grade of Fioletovo secondary school of Lori region, accompanied by their teacher Lusine Kalashyan, visited VSU Faculty of Natural Sciences.

From June 28-July 2 within the framework of Erasmus+ International Mobility Program VSU is honoured to host Professor Fatima Marino from the University of Porto (U.Porto).

Seda Grigoryan, VSU student, who is currently studying at Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia) within the framework of Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility program, shared her experience.

‘‘From the very first day, Estonia captivated me! It is a unique country with its versatile way of life. Estonia is one of the most digitally advanced countries in the world, and the only one that offers e-Residency1 (an Estonian government-issued digital identity and status that provides access to Estonia’s transparent digital business environment). Nationwide online parliamentary elections have been taking place in the country for many years. The list can be continued endlessly.

Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) is the most innovative and world-renowned university of Estonia. The university campus occupies a fairly large area, where on the first day a small delivery robot2 caught my eye. In the spring semester, 200 students from 29 countries arrived in Estonia, and the process of making new acquaintances through Erasmus Student Network (ESN) platform turned out to be real fun!

My experience at TaTech, to the full extent, provided me with professional growth, a number of new friends and acquaintances, amusing life events, knowledge and experience of foreign culture, and a range of life-long memories after all. Among the most enjoyable moments were finding Armenian wine and lavash in Tallinn, walking around the Old Town and hiking with foreign students.

Nonetheless, there were also a few difficulties I faced with caused by the worldwide pandemic and adaptation to weather conditions. But even in total isolation, we always found some interesting things to do.

Luckily, there is no language barrier for Armenians in Estonia, as most of the Estonians speak both English and Russian.

Estonia is a small country, yet it definitely has a lot to offer!”

 

[1] https://estonia.ee/enter/
[2] https://estonia.ee/delivery-robots-created-by-estonian-engineers-are-transforming-the-world/

On June 25 a memorandum of cooperation was signed between Vanadzor State University and ‘‘Armenian Student Sports Federation” NGO.

On June 14 the 8th grade students of Vanadzor Basic School №16 after D. Varuzhan visited the Faculty of Natural Sciences of Vanadzor State University accompanied by Naira Harutyunyan, the head of the school, and teacher assistants Mane Dallakyan and Meline Zurabyan.

Elections of deans were held at three faculties of Vanadzor State University.

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