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European Masters programme by CELI

23 April 2010

Armenian students already use their knowledge of European Law and EU institutions in the private offices and government of Armenia. Today twenty-three year old Garnik Yervandyan, a graduate of the European Studies programme at the Centre of European Law and Integration (CELI), works as a law consultant in several companies.
Yervandyan was one of the first students in the Masters programme. He firmly believes this academic background is the reason for his professional opportunities.
The Yerevan State University (YSU) CELI announced admission to the “European Studies” interdisciplinary Masters programme for the first time in 2008. Nineteen students are currently enrolled in the two-year programme. The curriculum is elaborated with the direct participation and assistance of the European College of Parma.
This Master-level programme prepares students for a career in European institutions and international organizations, national administrations, NGOs and global companies. It provides knowledge and develops skills necessary for analysing and evaluating both the domestic and foreign policies of countries in Western, Central and Eastern Europe.[pullquote]The programme provides knowledge for analysing and evaluating both the domestic and foreign policy of European countries.[/pullquote]
“Most of the students already work in Armenia, and I am sure that they can find any job in the spheres of international law, politics and economy because they learn from European university specialists. They also have the opportunity to apply their knowledge in practical work,” said the director of CELI Arthur Ghazinyan.

Many more projects are organised by CELI. More than 700 up-to-date books on European topics are collected in the library of the Centre, which has also published books about the EU and the South Caucasus, Turkey-Armenia relations and the global economic crisis.

In addition, CELI cooperates with the National Assembly of Armenia. It often receives requests to evaluate draft legal acts and their compliance with EU legislation.

The Centre was created in 2006 at YSU with funding from the EU. Today it continues to work for the European integration of Armenia.

“Though we are not a member of the EU now, we don’t see our future without integration in it. We think that Armenians can change something in their lives’’ thinks Ghazinyan.

Contacts:
Tel: (+374 10) 573626, Fax: (+374 10) 550810
E-mail: info@celi.am, URL: www.celi.am

European Masters programme by CELI

Armenian students already use their knowledge of European Law and EU institutions in the private offices and government of Armenia. Today twenty-three year old Garnik Yervandyan, a graduate of the European Studies programme at the Centre of European Law and Integration (CELI), works as a law consultant in several companies. Yervandyan was one of the first students in the Masters programme. He firmly believes this academic background is the reason for his professional opportunities. The Yerevan State University (YSU) CELI announced admission to the “European Studies” interdisciplinary Masters programme for the first time in 2008. Nineteen students are currently enrolled in the two-year programme. The curriculum is elaborated with the direct participation and assistance of the European College of Parma. This Master-level programme prepares students for a career in European institutions and international organizations, national administrations, NGOs and global companies. It provides knowledge and develops skills necessary for analysing and evaluating both the domestic and foreign policies of countries in Western, Central and Eastern Europe.[pullquote]The programme provides knowledge for analysing and evaluating both the domestic and foreign policy of European countries.[/pullquote] "Most of the students already work in Armenia, and I am sure that they can find any job in the spheres of international law, politics and economy because they learn from European university specialists. They also have the opportunity to apply their knowledge in practical work,” said the director of CELI Arthur Ghazinyan. Many more projects are organised by CELI. More than 700 up-to-date books on European topics are collected in the library of the Centre, which has also published books about the EU and the South Caucasus, Turkey-Armenia relations and the global economic crisis. In addition, CELI cooperates with the National Assembly of Armenia. It often receives requests to evaluate draft legal acts and their compliance with EU legislation. The Centre was created in 2006 at YSU with funding from the EU. Today it continues to work for the European integration of Armenia. "Though we are not a member of the EU now, we don’t see our future without integration in it. We think that Armenians can change something in their lives’’ thinks Ghazinyan.
Contacts: Tel: (+374 10) 573626, Fax: (+374 10) 550810 E-mail: info@celi.am, URL: www.celi.am