The Students had an Interview at the Embassy of Japan


On October 26, for the first time in Armenia, launched the project “MIRAY”, during which the students had an interview at the Embassy of Japan. Three universities took part in the project: American University of Armenia, Yerevan State University and Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University. This is the project of the Government of Japan, during which the students have an interview in Japanese. In this project there take part the students from Europe, Caucasus, Central Asia and Russia, who are interested in the politics and economy of Japan, its international relations and the Japanese language.
The total number of participants is 150. During the interview each participant introduces himself, tells where he studies or works, also tells about his plans concerning Japan. In this project from Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University participated Ivetta Hovsepyan (Regional researches, 1st year for Master’s Degree), who has won and in December she will leave for Japan for a week.
“I am very happy that I brought victory to our University and that my dream has come true and I will leave for Japan. The Japanese language is my preferred direction and I dream of opening my own center of the Japanese language”, said Ivetta Hovsepyan.
According to Ivetta, there she will acquire more knowledge, will get acquainted with the Japanese culture and will attend lectures in the best universities of Tokyo.
We congratulate her on the occasion of the victory and wish her to achieve higher heights!

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translated from Armenian into English by M.Vardanyan