Friday, December 5 2014

Mariam Mkrtchyan

Graduates of French University in Armenia are in high demand on labor market

Graduates of French University in Armenia are in high demand on labor   market

Graduates of the French University in Armenia (l'UFAR) are in high demand on the labor market. Each year the University graduates excellent specialists in law, management and marketing. As of today it has over 1,500 graduates, of whom 70% have found jobs in Armenia and only 6-7% have gone abroad.

According to the press service of l'UFAR, on Dec 5 the University will grant diplomats to the graduates of 2013-2014 and will also present AGBU scholarships to 23 best students.

The sponsor of the ceremony is ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK, the University's many-year partner, who takes an active part in personnel training programs in Armenia and offers students regular internship opportunities, with the best ones given jobs in the bank. ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK has played a big role in the history of l'UFAR.  Particularly, it has sponsored the opening of its Banking and Insurance Department.

Invited to the ceremony are Chairman of l'UFAR's Board of Trustees Artur Baghdasaryan, Armenia's Education and Science Minister Armen Ashotyan, Ambassador of France to Armenia Jean-Francois Charpentier, President of Jean Moulin - Lyon 3 University Jacques Comby, CEO of ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK Hakob Andreasyan, member of the Board of the AGBU Vazgen Yakubyan, ambassadors, ministry officials, students and parents.

L'UFAR was founded in 2001 by the governments of Armenia and France. The University graduates bachelors and masters and grants them Armenian state and Jean Moulin - Lyon 3 University diplomats.

ACBA CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK was founded in 1995. Its major shareholders are Credit Agricole S.A. (15.56%) and Sacam International (member of Credit Agricole S.A.) (12.4%).

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