About 35 students from Armenia, Kenya, the United States, Ukraine, Korea, China, Ecuador and Indonesia participated in the International Summer School at the Pázmány Péter Catholic University (PPCU), Hungary.
Within the 21-day programme, the guests attended lessons, developed their practical skills and visited a number of places in the country, including Lake Balaton, Visegrád castle, the Hungarian Parliament and other places of interest.
“Thanks to the programme we acquired new and important knowledge and skills as well as new friends” said Elmira Azaryan, a future sociologist studying at ASPU.
Lilit Zahabi, another participant of the international summer school, added the programme was another important step towards their professional development.
On the last day of the programme, the students played an interesting game - moot court during which they demonstrated their skills acquired within the framework of the programme.
The Armenian participants say the programme helped them develop their professional and cognitive skills. They have returned to Armenian with bright impressions and warm memories.