“These kind of programs make students more motivated and inspired both for their future career plans and for their personal goals,” noted Brutyan.
“I would recommend students participate in a study abroad program because it enhances their mindset and opens doors to achieve professional goals,” said Margaryan.
The article is presents Chalabyan’s five-pronged approach for assessing and developing team members.
The Business Capstone project gives senior students the chance to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in and across the main functional areas of business.
The BAB program constantly broadens the scope of cooperation and offers AUA junior and senior students internships in various fields.
“A good leader should always respect the company’s employees and advocate equality at work,” Yirikian noted.
In her essay, Kotolyan discusses the issue of using artificial intelligence (AI) in business and mentions seven essential points that internal auditors must be aware of: privacy of information, governance, unemployment, data quality, black box factor, ethics, and the human factor.
Ghumashyan (BAB ‘19) recently returned from a five-month educational experience in the southeastern city of Murcia, Spain through the Erasmus+ program.
AUA Alumni Asanet Aloyan (MBA ’16), Naira Avchyan (MBA ’08) and Artur Sayadyan (L.L.M ’17) Arrive at Tufts University for Fletcher School’s Tavitian Scholars ProgramFebruary 9, 2018
[Mirror Spectator] The program has an impressive array of alumni who work in mid-to-senior level positions in the office of Armenia’s president, the parliament, Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Justice and Economy, and other government institutions.
[Ankakh] “In every job, you need to put in sufficient effort to get the best results. I believe that showing full commitment does not go unnoticed,” said Korkotyan.