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Jean Monnet summer school project in YSLU

18 July 2012

On 17 July 2012 an-EU funded summer school course on “European integration: language, culture and identity” was launched at the Yerevan State Linguistic University (YSLU), which lasted till 25 July. The course was supported by the European Commission within the framework of the Jean Monnet programme of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency.
The main goal of this programme is to promote dissemination of knowledge about EU integration processes, and to provide comprehensive information on the EU and ongoing political, economic, social and cultural processes.
The summer school was organised for secondary school teachers, journalists civil servants and civil society activists. During his greeting speech, the representative of the EU Delegation to Armenia and Head of the Political, Economic, Press and Information Section, Onno Simons, stressed that that Jean Monnet programme was a good chance to promote EU integration: ‘As a result of this summer school you will better understand our [the EU’s] goals’.

YSLU has been implementing the Jean Monnet programme in Armenia since September 2011 and will run it until August 2014. More about this programme and information on further lectures and courses can be found at this web address: http://www.brusov.am/en/structure/chairs/unesco-chair-on-human-rights-democracy-and-european-studies/jean-monnet-module

Jean Monnet summer school project in YSLU

On 17 July 2012 an-EU funded summer school course on “European integration: language, culture and identity” was launched at the Yerevan State Linguistic University (YSLU), which lasted till 25 July. The course was supported by the European Commission within the framework of the Jean Monnet programme of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency. The main goal of this programme is to promote dissemination of knowledge about EU integration processes, and to provide comprehensive information on the EU and ongoing political, economic, social and cultural processes. The summer school was organised for secondary school teachers, journalists civil servants and civil society activists. During his greeting speech, the representative of the EU Delegation to Armenia and Head of the Political, Economic, Press and Information Section, Onno Simons, stressed that that Jean Monnet programme was a good chance to promote EU integration: ‘As a result of this summer school you will better understand our [the EU’s] goals’. YSLU has been implementing the Jean Monnet programme in Armenia since September 2011 and will run it until August 2014. More about this programme and information on further lectures and courses can be found at this web address: http://www.brusov.am/en/structure/chairs/unesco-chair-on-human-rights-democracy-and-european-studies/jean-monnet-module