NEWSRAU Students Received 'Best Student' Awards
13.02.2018
RAU Students Received 'Best Student' Awards
 
On February 13, three students fom Russian-Armenian University received the "Best Student" awards during the official award ceremony at the Yerevan State University.
 
Three students from Russian-Armenian University received the “Best Student” certificate from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia.
 
Erik Arabyan, fifth-year student in Medical Biochemistry, received First Prize in Natural Science.
 
"This award has given me a real incentive for further improvement. I am glad that my work was appreciated by the university and the country. Russian-Armenian University played a crucial role in shaping my research interests. I am grateful to our lecturers and, in particular, the late Head of Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Professor Hrachik Vardapetyan, who contributed to my scientific development enormously", said Erik.
 
Andranik Hovhannisyan, Master’s student in International Relations and Diplomacy, received Second Prize in Social Sciences.
 
He said that everybody has something that drives them forward, and in his case, it's family. "Being far from them gives me additional responsibility. Also, I would like to thank the university lecturers for sharing their knowledge, the most valuable thing that the humankind has".
 
Gagik Ohanyan, Master’s student in Quantum and Optical Electronics, was awarded with Third Prize in Engineering.
 
"For me, the key elements to achieve success are constant pursuit for knowledge, self-improvement and hard work", confided Gagik.
 
RA Minister of Education and Science Levon Mkrtchyan personally handed over the award certificates and congratulated the winners. The winners were awarded with certificates and one-time scholarships provided by Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia.
 
This year 41 students from 16 Armenian universities received the 'Best Student' awards. The annual Republican Competition “Best Student” seeks to identify and encourage highly performing students in Armenia, who have distinguished themselves in research and creative activities, as well as in the areas of student self-government and sports. The contest has two stages, a university level and an interuniversity level in Bachelor and Master programs. The competition covers the following areas: Natural Science (Including Mathematics, Information and Communication Technologies), Medicine, Humanities, Social Sciences, Engineering, Armenian Studies, Culture and Sport.
 
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