Russian-Armenian University and Kyoto University Signed a Cooperation Agreement
On May 30, representatives of Russian-Armenian University and Kyoto University, Japan, signed a Cooperation Agreement with the aim to develop academic exchange and cooperation in teaching and research.
Gagik Sargsyan, Ph.D., RAU Vice-Rector, Head of RAU Institute of Humanities and Minamikawa Takashi, Dean of the Graduate School of Letters of Kyoto University signed the agreement.
According to the document, the parties agree to establish a student and staff mobility program. The students and lecturers from RAU Institute of Humanities and Graduate School of Kyoto University will have the opportunity to study on exchange for one semester or an academic year at the host institution.
The agreement becomes effective when signed by both parties and will remain in effect for 5 years.
Founded in 1897, Kyoto University is the second oldest Japanese university, one of Asia's highest ranked universities and one of Japan's National Seven Universities. A leading research-oriented institution, Kyoto University is famous for producing world-class researchers, including 18 Nobel Prize laureates, 2 Fields medalists and one Gauss Prize winner.