Press Conference on the Commencement of Regional Master Programme PDF Տպել

On 26 May 2011 the Centre for European Studies organized a press conference on the commencement of the grant programme on “Regional Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratization in Armenia, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine”. This programme is established by the grant provided by the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights. All interested students and media representatives attended the event, including Public Armenian Television, Armenia TV, Aravot daily, Slaq.am, Aysor.am, Panarmenia new agency, etc.

During the press conference Mr. Artur Ghazinyan, the director of the YSU Centre for European Studies and Project Director of the “Regional Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratization” presented the MA programme and answered to the raised questions. The Programme experts also delivered a presentation, where they profoundly explained the MA programme, its admission requirements and selection procedure.

“The Regional Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratization in Armenia, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine” covers the Eastern Partnership Region and is one of 6 Regional Master’s Programmes in Human Rights and Democratization worldwide, established with the support of the European Commission. The total amount of the grant is 1.276.000 and the duration of the project is 3 years.

This Master’s Programme is offered by four leading universities in the Eastern Partnership Region: Yerevan State University, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Belarusian State University, University of European Political and Economic Studies (USPEE) in Moldova.

The Regional Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratization was officially launched in October 2010. Programme admission started on 10 May 2011. Classes will commence in September 2011.

For detailed information about the programme structure, curriculum, course syllabi and the events, please visit our website www.regionalmaster.net or call (+374 10) 550810, 576326.