Russian-Armenian University To Cooperate with the University of Geneva
On November 22, RAU Rector Prof. Armen Darbinyan visited the University of Geneva and met with Rector Prof. Yves Flückiger.
During the meeting, they discussed prospects of bilateral cooperation, particularly, the possibilities for implementation of joint academic programs and research projects.
Prof. Armen Darbinyan presented Russian-Armenian University, regarding its development priorities in research, education and international cooperation.
As a result, the sides agreed to publish a book featuring the University of Geneva’s notable alumni of Armenian descent and to dedicate it to the 460th anniversary of the University of Geneva.
There, he also met Nune Nikoghosyan, member of staff at the Department of International Cooperation of the University of Geneva. RAU Rector highlighted that the Armenian-Swiss academic relations are thriving and have bright prospects.
Initially founded as a theological seminary and law school in 1559 by John Calvin, today the University of Geneva is one of the best Universities in Europe offering programs across multiple fields. The university holds and actively pursues teaching, research, and community service as its primary objectives and is ranked by the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities, the QS World University Rankings and the TIMES Higher Education World University Ranking.