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“Human Rights and Democratisation” Master’s Programme for Armenian students

25 December 2010

Human Rights and Democratization Master's Programme for Armenian studentsA “Human Rights and Democratisation” Regional Master’s Programme supported by the European Union is set to start in the Centre for European Studies in Yerevan. The Master’s programme was officially launched with a signing of an agreement between EU Delegation to Armenia and Yerevan State University (YSU) on 7 October.
The programme, funded by the European Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights will be implemented in Armenia, Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova. According to the YSU rector Aram Simonyan this Master’s Programme will attract a lot of students within YSU. He also commended the educational activities of the Center for European Studies.
This two-year Master’s Programme intends to promote regional integration, boost democracy, rule of law, good governance and protection of human rights in the participating countries through courses on human rights and democracy. Exchange programmes for tutors and students, as well as educational visits to EU institutions are envisaged.

“Human Rights and Democratisation” Master’s Programme for Armenian students

Human Rights and Democratization Master's Programme for Armenian studentsA “Human Rights and Democratisation” Regional Master’s Programme supported by the European Union is set to start in the Centre for European Studies in Yerevan. The Master's programme was officially launched with a signing of an agreement between EU Delegation to Armenia and Yerevan State University (YSU) on 7 October. The programme, funded by the European Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights will be implemented in Armenia, Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova. According to the YSU rector Aram Simonyan this Master’s Programme will attract a lot of students within YSU. He also commended the educational activities of the Center for European Studies. This two-year Master’s Programme intends to promote regional integration, boost democracy, rule of law, good governance and protection of human rights in the participating countries through courses on human rights and democracy. Exchange programmes for tutors and students, as well as educational visits to EU institutions are envisaged.