Armenian students were given a chance to receive academic education abroad

PanARMENIAN.Net - Due to the efforts of Armenian Association for Academic Partnership and Support (ARMACAD) President Khachik Gevorgyan, a number of famous universities agreed to assist Armenian students from the whole world with academic education issues.



Armenian Societies of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard and Oxford Universities, responding to the call of ARMACAD President, expressed their readiness to use all the resources available to help Armenian students wishing to enter foreign universities, starting from preparation of applications to searching for scholarships and grants.



Massachusetts Institute of Technology Armenian Society President Tigran Sloyan; Armenian Society Representatives at Harvard, Mathew Ghazaryan and Oxford, Mihran Vardanyan call on Armenian students of other foreign universities to show more initiative by joining the movement.



"We're very optimistic about this initiative and hope to be able to fulfill our ideas and assist Armenian students to receive quality academic education abroad," ARMACAD President Khachik Gevorgyan told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter.
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