YEREVAN. – Total of 28 students from Armenia will go to China to study there. Undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships were granted by China in a competition within the frameworks of the international treaty between Armenia and China. The scholarships were granted by the Armenian Minister of Education and Science Armen Ashotyan, the Chinese Ambassador to Armenia Tian Changchun and the Armenian Deputy FM Sergey Manasaryan.
Wishing students the success, Ashotyan stated that China was the most of all to provide for university positions, which meets the great interest and desire of the Armenian students to get familiarized with the Chinese culture and policy.
He also added that 15 Chinese students will study in Armenia on the skill exchange program. Besides, a college teaching the Chinese language and meeting international criteria is planned to open in the near future in Armenia.