Mariam Karapetyan, MA, a lecturer at YSULS Chair of English Communication and Translation, has recently visited Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania, within the framework of “Erasmus+” International Credit Mobility Program.
As a result of a close cooperation between the universities, Ms. Karapetyan hosted a workshop on “Public Speech: Structure and Delivery Skills” on May 13-17. The workshop was well attended by American Studies students from the Faculty of Letters.
Parallelly, participating in the annual Brasov IWEEK 2019, Ms. Karapetyan delivered a profile presentation on YSULS faculties, professions and international programs the university is enrolled in, aiming to initiate new cooperation platforms between YSULS and over 25 universities present at the event. Additionally, a number of program-related key strategic issues, including promoting the participation of non-EU (partner) countries in “Erasmus+” Credit Mobility Programs and expanding interinstitutional cooperations were widely discussed among Staff Week attendees.
Erasmus+ KA2 Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education “Fostering University-Enterprise Cooperation and Entrepreneurship of Students via SMART Cafes” (SMART) project is being internationally presented by the representatives of the Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences. Mariam Karapetyan, Lecturer at the YSULS Chair of English Communication and Translation, presented the SMART project, project outcomes, target groups and other details within the framework of Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Staff Teaching at the Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania, from 13th to 17th of May, 2019.