16.02.2022 | 
Society
THE "VIDEO GAME LAB" LABORATORY WAS OPENED AT YSU
THE "VIDEO GAME LAB" LABORATORY WAS OPENED AT YSU
The opening of "Video Game lab" classroom, which is intended for video game development, took place today at YSU Faculty of Radiophysics.

The opening of this unique classroom within the framework of university-private partnership became possible as a result of cooperation between YSU and Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Armenia CJSC.

 

"We are glad that Alma Mater already has such an audience. It means that business-education cooperation is expanding. We will continue to create the best conditions for our students, and the private sector, in its turn, will contribute to the process of training qualified personnel at the university, "said YSU Rector Hovhannes Hovhannisyan during the opening ceremony.

 

Arthur Sahakyan, General Director of Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Armenia CJSC, thanked the leadership of YSU, Faculty of Radiophysics for accepting the partnership proposal. "Close cooperation between the business sector and the education sector is really mutually beneficial. We highly appreciate the cooperation with YSU. ”

 

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