The YSU lecturer currently holds the position of the head of the legal examination service of the staff of the RA Court of Cassation and at the same time is the representative of the RA Court of Cassation in the network of high courts of the European Court of Human Rights.
Referring to the choice of university and profession, our interlocutor mentioned. "It was the best choice of my life. Having worked in this field for years, I understand and appreciate the importance and value of my profession."
Along with a university education, A. Vardanyan studied at the RA Law School, then at the Riga Law School in Latvia, and made study visits to European Union structures located in Brussels, Luxembourg, and elsewhere. At the same time, he participated in a number of international educational programs in other countries.
"After about ten years of studying at a nearby faculty, I decided to apply for the prestigious Chevening Scholarship of the United Kingdom Government."I chose Edinburgh University from several British universities," said A. Vardanyan.
"Continuing my education abroad was one of the most difficult, but the most correct decisions of my life. A choice that allowed me to gain international experience and reevaluate everything I have. Especially during the last year, I tried to discover the world through different eyes, not only professionally, but also culturally," said A. Vardanyan.
Arnold Vardanyan emphasized that the education he received at Yerevan State University helped him a lot while studying in the United Kingdom.
"At YSU, I learned to think flexibly, and this is of great importance both in the profession and in life. I received the basis of my knowledge at the YSU Faculty of Law and now I am trying to apply my potential in teaching, transferring international teaching experience and teaching features to YSU. The latter is one of my primary goals," said our interlocutor.
Now A. Vardanyan tries to make the most of his education, experience, and skills, inspiring students and implementing various professional programs.
Speaking about the essential importance of studying in the field of international education, A. Vardanyan emphasized. "Studying abroad provides opportunities to discover one's abilities and create new connections. Before leaving, it was extremely important for me to gain new knowledge, but the expansion of my worldview was also of primary importance."
"You should always look at phenomena from the opposite side, from different perspectives, and you should find not only correct but also innovative and bold solutions. At the same time, it is necessary, to be honest, conscientious, and professional. These three principles are cornerstones for me," the YSU lecturer emphasized.
Summarizing the speech, A. Vardanyan gave some advice to students: learn foreign languages, discover the new, look for different programs and scholarships and apply for them.