“My years at AUA were probably the most memorable and life changing years of my life. During those two years I met great people, I won a Balian Award for Best Student at AUA, and I won a Presidential Award for Best Master’s Student of the year,” said Grigoryan.
“AUA gives me the confidence to believe in myself. This is something that can’t be learned by reading books and watching Ted talks.” Petrosyan remarks.
More than 110 participants attended the conference, including representatives from UNDP, GIZ, Yerevan Municipality, ministries, local government officials, and financial institutions.
[Mediamax] Karen Keryan has always loved math and used to take part in Olympiads at school, and he is the only one in his family to become a mathematician.
[1tv] In 2008, Khalatyan left for the UK to study at the London School of Economics. He remarked that one of the things he was most impressed with was the collaborative environment in which he studied.
Winners were awarded with a trophy, corresponding certificate and a monetary prize.
“In 2005, I started studying in AUA’s Industrial Engineering and Systems Management (IESM) program. For me, it felt like a new beginning for my studies.” says Daniel Ghevondian.
Teams had only five minutes to present their results, and another five minutes for questions and answers.
“The choice of AUA as my university was an easy decision since it is a unique multicultural environment in Armenia and provides high class education,” says Shahinyan.