On 20.01 a visit to the History Museum of Yerevan was organized for a group of foreign students of Yerevan Haybusak University on the initiative of the PR and International and Cultural departments. The students were shown all the museum halls, filled with ancient scripts, artefacts, ceramics, etc… The purpose of the visit was to acquaint foreign students with the ancient history and culture of the city.
On 27.09 a visit to the History Museum of Armenia was organized for a group of foreign students of Yerevan Haybusak University on the initiative of the PR and International and Cultural departments. The purpose of the visit was to acquaint foreign students with our ancient history and culture. Because only by knowing our past and presenting it to the world with dignity we will built our future and #wewillwin
Yesterday the “Education XXI Century” international educational expo in which about 50 educational and professional institutions were presented, was over. It was organized with the support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia as well as with the support of “Inter Expo” Exhibition Company of the Center for Science and Culture of Russia in Yerevan. Like every year, this year Haybusak University participated in the exhibition with its pavilion, presenting the news of the University. At the end of the exhibition Haybusak University was awarded a certificate.
A few days ago the opening of the solo exhibition of a 3rd year Design student Inna Yemelyanova’s works was held at the Roslin Design and Outfit Modelling Faculty of Haybusak University (Lecturer – Ruzanna Petrosyan).
The exhibition is dedicated to women’s month and will run until the end of April.
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Headed by teacher A. Vahanyan, the 4th-year students of the Faculty of Humanities, with the specialization of Pedagogy and Psychology, organized an open class at the house-museum of Avetik Isahakyan. The topic of the class was “Psychological Alienation”. The students presented a comparative analysis of A. Camus’ “The Stranger” and A. Isahakian’s poem “Abu-Lala Mahari”, emphasizing the characteristic features of psychological alienation according to the characters’ perceptions. The class was held by the method of academic debate. We thank Head Anzhela Khorenyan and the entire staff of the Museum for the productive class.