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Ø FOREGIN  CITIZENS

 

      Training

The training of foreigners is organized in Armenian, Russian and English in the faculties of "General Medicine".

Learning is carried out with the existing horse. As a rule, the academic year starts on September 1 and includes 2 semesters, respectively 20 and 22 weeks.

The teaching of foreigners at the university is carried out according to the state and international standards of higher medical education. It is regulated by the Law of the Republic of Armenia "On Education", "On Higher Postgraduate Professional Education", which are in line with the main provisions of the Bologna Process. Courses are measured in credits, one year of study is equivalent to 1800 hours of student workload, 60 credits are set. The credit system is comparable to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS).

During their studies, students study both theoretical and clinical subjects. Special attention is paid to the acquisition of students' practical skills in the university, city and republican clinics and laboratories. Modern teaching aids are widely used in the lessons.

The Dean's Office supports the integration of international students in the in-university student environment, creates a tolerant and friendly atmosphere of international communication. International students actively participate in scientific, educational, cultural and other events of the university. The Dean's Office supports the organization of celebrations dedicated to the national-religious holidays of foreign students.

The Dean's Office of Foreigners' Education carries out educational, methodological, scientific, organizational and other activities, coordinates the daily work with the students.

 

Visa issuance

The MGU applies to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia to obtain a permit for the arrival of foreign students invited to study.

After receiving the permit, the applicant can receive a visa at the RA Embassy in his / her country. The embassy issues a one-time student visa to the student.

In the absence of the RA Embassy in the applicant's country, the applicant can obtain a visa in another country. He can get information about it from the university.

In Armenia, a student is granted free residence status for a period of 1 year.

Permission of students' parents or relatives to arrive in Armenia is carried out through the Passport and Visa Department of the RA Police. These individuals can obtain residency status in the Republic of Armenia through the MGU.

 

 

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“MKHITAR GOSH” ARMENIAN-RUSSIAN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    APPLICANT’S AND STUDENT’S

 

GUIDE

Yerevan, Vanadzor-2020

   

 DEAR STUDENTS

 

We congratulate you on your admission to the "Mkhitar Gosh" Armenian-Russian International University. All the conditions for your personal dreams and desires are created here.

This booklet will help you orient yourself in our school, which we are sure will soon become as dear and beloved to you as it is to us.

                                             Student Council

 

WELCOME

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BIOGRAPHY

 

"MKHITAR GOSH" ARMENIAN-RUSSIAN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY

 

Mkhitar Gosh Armenian-Russian International University is a leading, state-accredited special education institution in the Malatia-Sebastia community of Yerevan, in the Lori region (Vanadzor). It was founded in 1995. and The first of the professions that have been licensed and approved by the university for an indefinite period of 15 years, is the first of its kind in the rest of the university. At the moment, the faculty offers a degree of professional education, which, as she wrote during the part-time expertise, meets the RA state professional education standards, according to which a woman graduated in 2002. The university was awarded the RA state accreditation for 4 specialties, due to which the graduates receive RA state diplomas.

The second level of education in all specialties of the University is the Master Tratura, which is designed for people with higher education (with a good degree or a diploma). Training in the master's thesis involves both basic and applied knowledge and skills.

Graduate students at the university are registered as applicants, choose the topics of dissertations, pass exams, write theses, defend, becoming candidates for science in 4 specialties.

The high level of university education is evidenced by the fact that most of the sailors work in the judiciary, courts, law enforcement, local self-government of national security. in public bodies, as well as in private institutions. The best of the graduates work as lab workers in the university and are involved in various scientific topics. From all the foundations where our university graduates work, we have received positive feedback and letters of thanks.

In order to further ensure the quality of the professional education of the university students, the experienced staff working in the chair has been developed by the speakers with the state curriculum of the specialty and included in the general educational complex envisaged by the educational program. There are practical manuals with theoretical and practical answers to the series of lectures, tests, schemes, collections, series of intermediate state final exams.

By preparing such manuals, the ongoing reforms at the university essentially enable the creation of favorable conditions for modern market relations, the socio-economic system by integrating the relevant part of the training process into teaching. maintain the necessary levels of education, ensuring the required professional quality.

 

 


THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE UNIVERSITY

 

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Position:

1.

Chairman of the Board of Directors of LLC,

2.

Chairman of the Board of Founders of the LLC, Director of the LLC

3.

Rector

4.

First Deputy Director and First Vice-Rector of the University

5.

Deputy Director, Head of University Teaching Methods

6.

Vice-Rector of the University Joint Dean for Licensed Professions

7.

Vice-Chairman of the Governing Board of the University, Vice-Rector for Scientific Affairs

8.

Vice-Rector for International Relations Development and European Integration of the University

9.

University accredited specialties head of the Curriculum Reform Department

10.

Vice-Rector for International Relations

11.

Head of University Educational Affairs

12.

Senior specialist of the educational part of the university

13.

Head of the postgraduate department

14.

Head of the Department of Law and Social Sciences at the University

15.

Deputy Head of the Department of Law and Social Sciences, University

16.

Head of the Chair of Management, Mathematics and Informatics

17.

Head of the Chair of Armenian and Foreign Languages

18.

Head of the Department of Pedagogy of Elementary Education and Methodology

19.

Elementary Education Pedagogy and Methodology Deputy Head of the Chair

20.

Deans

21.

Admission representative

22.

Chief Accountant

23.

Accountant

24.

Cashier

25.

Head of human resources

26.

Senior Methodist

27.

Methodist, laboratory assistants

28.

Computer operator

29.

Librarian

30.

School principal

31.

The director of the preschool

 

 

 

 LIBERARY

 

The process of educational-scientific works is facilitated by the university library, which has more than 3500 units of professional literature in the native language, lecture texts in almost all subjects in the form of units. In addition, the library is rich in foreign literature (English and French), periodicals, fiction, monographs, dissertations, videos, videotapes.

The service of educational literature is carried out according to the courses, in accordance with the educational programs.

There is a reading room next to the library.

The service is provided with student tickets or test booklets, or through the list provided by the senior of each course. No books are taken out of the reading room. In addition to textbooks, alphabetical order lists that list the entire library fund, students can enjoy a variety of supplementary literature that is only available in the reading room.

There is also an electronic library at the university, which contains part of the scientific literature of any subject of any specialty. 

 

HOW TO USE THE LIBRARY

To register at the library, freshmen must present a student ticket.

When receiving a book, the student is obliged to check it, and in case of finding highlighted, drawn, torn pages, to inform the librarian. The student is responsible for the book given to him / her (each book has its own inventory number).

In case of losing or spoiling a book, the reader is subject to a penalty. the same book or other book equivalent to the library is required.

The library is open daily from 930 to 1700.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STUDENTS    MAIN

RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS

 

University students have the right to

1. Use the services of the university library, educational, scientific, sports and other subdivisions free of charge.

2. Participate in the activities of a student scientific society.

3. With the consent of the Dean's Departments, determine the list of subjects to be taught within the curriculum, according to the specialties.

4. In addition, attend any university classes.

5.  Participate in the management  and choosing of the university selection specialists.

 

University students are obliged to

 

1. In-depth and comprehensive knowledge of the theoretical knowledge of the chosen profession, practical skills  modern methods of research.

2. It is obligatory to attend lectures and practical classes.

3. To fulfill all the types of tasks envisaged by the curricula and programs within the defined period.

4. Always strive to raise the general cultural level, to achieve physical and moral perfection.

5. Strictly obey the rules of internal discipline of the university.

6. Take care of the university property, use the facilities, equipment, building correctly, save material resources.

7. Conscientiously fulfill the contractual obligations concluded with the university. 

 

STUDENT DISCIPLINE

AT THE UNIVERSITY

 

1. Classes at the University are conducted according to the curriculum according to the curricula. The syllabus is compiled for the semester in three stages, posted no later than 10 days before the beginning of the semester.

2. Practical training to take foreign language courses, each course is divided into groups.

3. One of the most advanced and disciplined students in each group is appointed by the order of the dean (head of the chair) and the group organizer. He is directly responsible to the dean of the faculty (head of the chair), in group  he carries out all the instructions of the latter.

4. In case of non-attendance at the classes for a good reason, the student is obliged to inform the dean of the faculty (head of the chair) no later than the next day and to present arguments on the first day of attending the educational institution about the reasons for missing the classes. In case of illness, the student submits a defined horse certificate to the dean of the faculty (head of the chair) from the relevant medical institution.

5. When the lecturer enters the classroom, all students dance and stand up as a sign of respect.

6. The following system of student incentives is used for active participation in active participation in the public life of the university.

v  thank you

v  Apply for tuition discount,

v  Reward,

v Participation in excursions,

v Participation in international student programs.

7. The following penalties are applied to students in order to maintain educational discipline and internal order.

v  remark,

v reprimand

v severe reprimand by registering on a personal card,

v Deprivation of discounts,

v removal.

 

HELPING TO THE STUDENT

The university has replaced the traditional way of teaching with credit technologies. According to the current system of credit education, the following changes have been made in the educational process after determining the bachelor's degree in the university specialties.

Law, governance, elementary education and methodology foreign language semesters (20 weeks in total) are equivalent to 30 full or 36 academic hours per student.

The duration of the academic year is 40 weeks. The educational process is organized in 2 semesters: autumn-spring.

The student's full weekly study load is 54 academic hours (including independent extracurricular work) equivalent to 1.5 academic credits.

The knowledge tests are carried out according to the set schedule, three times during the semester: two written intermediates and one summary (in case of exam subjects) and two times - one intermediate or one summary (in case of subjects ending in exam). Written assignments are made in or out of class.

The written test assignment can contain up to 3 theoretical questions or problems.

The Dean's Office informs students about written assignment assessments the day after the written assignment.

The student has the right to appeal the assessment of the written work within 10 days after the start of the written work by filling in the following form with the appeal form:

 

 

 

 

 

Sample Appeal Form

“Mkhitar Gosh” Armenian-Russian International University

Appeal sheet for written test result

 

 Faculty ___________________________________________________

Profession __________________________________________

Course ___________________

Group ___________________

Student ______________________________________________________

Subject _______________________

Lecturer _____________

Assessment (in letters and numbers) ___________________________________

Explanation of the complaint ___________________________________

Student Signature ___________________________

Date "____" __________________ 202

 

The semester is considered over for the student who has passed all the exams and tests.

Students who have not paid the tuition fee stipulated by the contract may not be allowed to take the exam.

The student is allowed to take the exam in one subject twice in the examination period, once in the repayment period, which takes place on February 14-21 in winter and on September 12-17 in summer (these days are not fixed, should be guided by the rector's order on the mentioned days).

If a student has received an "unsatisfactory" grade in one or two subjects, has not taken the exam in the other subjects, then during the repayment period he / she must pass the exams in the subjects "not presented" and "failed".

EVALUATION SYSTEM

Each course is evaluated on a 100-point scale.

The general assessment of the course takes into account the student's attendance, his / her activity in the practical-seminar classes, the results of the intermediate exams, the final exam or test.

The structure of the general assessment of the course is given in the table.

 

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The learning factor of gaining points

maximum score

1.

Attendance

20

2.

Activity

20

3.

Mid-term  exam 1

20

4.

Mid-term  exam  2

20

5.

Final exam or test

20

 

Maximum overall rating

100

 

If no intermediate exams are provided for the given course, 60 points are given for the final exam (test).

The overall grade is determined by the traditional 5-point system with an international designation according to the table below.

 

Overall rating

Conclusion

1With a 100-point system

Internationally assigned

With a 5-point system

96-100

          A +

excellent

is considered to be appropriated

91-95

          A

86-90

          A -

81-85

          B +

good

71-80

          B

61-70

          B -

56-60

          C +

satisfactory

46-55

          C

40-45

          C -

0-39

          D

failed

the course must be repeated

 

UNIVERSITY STUDENT COUNCIL

The University Student Council was established in 1997. It is an elective student self-governing representative body. It is called to ensure the processes of student self-governance, to promote the social, scientific, intellectual, creative, cultural, moral and caring development of students. About 70% of university students participate in Student Council events.

Any student, master student can participate in the activities of the student council. for that, his desire is simply necessary.

STRUCTURE:

The governing bodies of the Student Council are:

1. Board meeting

2. The presidency

3. The President

 

The subdivisions are:

1. Three commissions

l External relations

l "Information" information

l Culture, sports and free entertainment

2. Student Scientific Society / SSS /.

3. Student radio hub.

4. Club of Funny and Inventive / CFI /.

5. Literary Art Club.

6. English Club.

7. Club of Experts.

8. Sports club.

MAIN GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

1. Protection of the rights of students and graduates undergoing postgraduate education control over the perfect performance of duties.

2. Participation in the organization of educational processes.

3. Organization of mass student leisure and free entertainment.

4. Establishment of relations with foreign student organizations of the Republic of Armenia.

5. Coverage of student life.

6. Improving the social and living conditions of students.

 

IMPLEMENTED PROGRAMS

In the field of education and science

ü Holding "Best Faculty", "Best Student" competitions, awarding winners,

ü Organization of "Debate Club",

ü Organization of subject Olympiads, awarding winners,

ü Organization of student scientific conference,

ü Participation in the inter-university conferences "Armenia's integration into European legal values",

ü Participation in conferences dedicated to Human Rights Day,

ü Organization of student congresses,

ü "Interactive Human Rights" is a competition of European law.

 

In the spheres cultural and sports

ü "Golden Autumn" and "Student Spring" festivals,

ü memorial evening dedicated to the victims of April 24,

ü Event dedicated to March 8,

ü Inter-university chess, football, basketball and volleyball championship,

ü literary fiction evening,

 

Orgnaizing students leisure and entertainment

ü Intimacy evenings for freshmen,

ü New Year masquerade,

ü Organization of students' summer rest with native olans,

 

In the social and health spheres

 

 "Healthy Lifestyle" campaign,

ü Visit to nursing homes and orphanages,

ü Student sabbaticals.

 

 

PRESIDENTIAL STAFF

President:

Vice Presidents:

Foreign Relations Committee

President:                                 

Press and Information Committee Chairman:                  

Culture, sports and leisure

Chairman of the Commission:

                               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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   Exemplary form of schedule

 

For the 1st / 2nd / semester of the 2020-2021 academic year

 

 

“Mkhitar Gosh”

________________________________Faculty_______ Course

 

 

Day

Time

Subject

 

I

1-2     9oo- 1020

 

 

3-4    1040-1210

 

 

5-6    1230-1400

 

II

1-2     9oo- 1020

 

 

3-4    1040-1210

 

 

5-6    1230-1400

 

III

1-2     9oo- 1020

 

 

3-4    1040-1210

 

 

5-6    1230-1400

 

IV

1-2     9oo- 1020

 

 

3-4    1040-1210

 

 

5-6    1230-1400

 

V

1-2     9oo- 1020

 

 

3-4    1040-1210

 

 

5-6    1230-1400

 

 

 

 

 

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CREDIT SYSTEM DESCRIPTION AND STANDARDS

 

The credit system has become widely used in European countries in the last decade as a result of the creation of the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). Each course is awarded a corresponding credit. According to the common pan-European system of credit transfer and accumulation, the full student workload in one academic year of distance learning is estimated at 48 ECTS credits, and the total amount of total study credits in 5 years is estimated at 240 ECTS credits. It is intended to facilitate the evaluation of the educational results achieved by students in the European Higher Education Area, mutual recognition and transfer from one university to another.

Credits are defined for all courses of the educational program, which reflect the full educational load of the classroom, extracurricular and independent work presented to the student. The student earns the defined credit if he / she successfully completes the relevant course and ensures a positive assessment threshold.

Credit does not replace numerical assessment, and the number of credits earned is not determined by the digits received. There is no interaction between credit rating systems. The credit system is a system of organization of the educational process, registration (evaluation) of the results of learning through academic credits, accumulation and transfer, where the corresponding qualification degree is awarded after obtaining the necessary content of credits defined by the educational program.

l  To successfully complete a semester, academic year, or full-time program, a student must earn the required number of credits required by the curriculum.

• Credits are awarded to all components of the curriculum to be assessed: courses, experience, graduation work, etc.

The ECTS credit is equivalent to a 30-hour (classroom, extracurricular: independent) study load. The annual educational process is organized into two semesters, autumn and spring. The maximum weekly full-time student workload is 45 hours (including self-study), equivalent to 1.5 academic credits.

 

 THE SYSTEM OF SELECTED COURSES

 

 “Mkhitar Gosh” Armenian-Russian International University offers elective courses, which are included in the curriculum. Each elective course is delivered for one semester. Under the unified system, according to the relevant standards, elective courses in general and professional subjects can be introduced for students of all specialties.

 

FACTORY KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT SYSTEM

 

The main feature of the credit system for calculating learning outcomes is that the field of assessment also includes students' individual work. Therefore, the evaluation of the results of oral answers and practical exercises during the classroom, individual, written, seminars is carried out according to the same principles. In accordance with the requirements of the credit system, the MGU uses a multi-factor system of assessment of students' knowledge. Students are assessed on a 20-point scale, with a passing threshold of 8. Students also do individual work for the courses that end with the exam. Individual work is a component of assessment that, if not submitted and / or defended, does not restrict a student's right to take the exam.

KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT SUMMARY

l   During the first week of the lessons, the lecturer is obliged to present to the students the subject program of the given course, the knowledge tests questionnaire, the assessment criteria, the procedure of conducting the knowledge tests.

l  An additional test is organized for a student who does not take the knowledge test for a good reason.

l   Failure to appear for the examination can be considered honorable.

- if the student or his / her representative submits an application on behalf of the Rector to the General Department on non-appearance before the end of the working day of the knowledge test;

- in the general section there is a mandatory note on the day of receiving the application,

- On the given day or in the future, a document substantiating the excuse of not taking the exam is attached to the application, which is submitted to the dean's office of the relevant faculty.

l   One week after the exam, a demonstration is scheduled for additional reasons for failing students' knowledge for a good reason.

l   Students' knowledge that has not been presented for a good reason is compiled with referrals before being transferred.

l  In case of absence of the appointed day, a new examination is not organized for the given student or in exceptional cases it can be organized by the decision of the Rectorate.

l  Centralized knowledge tests are organized in the following cases:

- for students who did not show up for a good reason,

- in case of re-assignments.

l   The student is obliged to appear at the exams or tests with an identity document and a test booklet.

l   Assessment disputes and Technical violations of the examination procedure are resolved by discussion of the Rectorate.

 

Assessment appeal

l   In the case of an oral examination, both the appeal and the grade change are made on the same day immediately after the grade is published without leaving the classroom. The presence of the head of the chair or his / her representative is mandatory during the review of the oral examination grade.

l   The grade changed as a result of the appeal is recorded in the summary package.

Reexamination

l   Reexamination is organized on the basis of the student's final grade, when it is equal to D e in the case of an examination or U e in the case of a test, ie the numerical value is less than 8 (without rounding).

l  The first and second reexaminations of the courses ending with the exam are evaluated with 0-12 points, the first-second reexaminations of the courses ending with the exam are evaluated with 0-20 points.

l   After summarizing the results of the semester, before the reexamination, the Dean's Office prepares the list of students allowed for reexamination, making it available to the students in the chairs.

l   The student participating in the  reexamination, in accordance with the approved schedule, may retake the course for the second time, if he / she has not passed the positive assessment threshold for the first time. In this case, the result of the first liquidation is not added to the calculated estimate.

l   It is forbidden to retake the positive evaluation received during the study.

l   During re-assignments, the individual work factor rating is maintained; and in order to receive a positive rating, it is necessary to obtain the missing passing threshold point from the 12 re-assignment points.

l  For students who have taken reexamination from a given course, the final grade is formed by the sum of the re-grade grades for the 'individual work' factor.

l   The final grade obtained after the reexamination is transferred to the Diploma Supplement.

l   For students with a maximum of 12 credits of academic debt, the repayment of subject debts is organized at the beginning of each semester, during the 4th-6th weeks. In case of 12 credit academic debts, the student received the grade with the factor of "individual work" factor during reexamination, 40% of the set 20 points must be collected in order to overcome the positive grade threshold.

l   Students who have shown insufficient academic progress are entitled to complete the academic debt of a maximum of 12 credits before the beginning of the academic year, in accordance with the procedure established by the University, by reexamining the relevant subject exams twice, the list of which is approved by the University. principle according to the curriculum.

l  Students with academic debt, regardless of the GPA, are not eligible for tuition discounts provided by the university.

Individual work

l  The list of individual work topics is provided to students within 2 weeks after the start of classes.

l  The lecturer is obliged to introduce the students to the evaluation criteria of individual work and the order of labor protection.

l  Individual works are submitted to the chair and are registered in the relevant register.

l  The evaluation of individual works is done in the summary of the examination subject.

l  The protection of individual works is organized during the semester, the deadline is two weeks before the examination period. The protection of individual work is mandatory, otherwise the work submitted but not protected is not subject to evaluation.

l  Individual work is carried out in writing by computer.

l  During the individual work, the lecturer performs extracurricular consulting work with the student.

l  The student is informed about the assessment of individual work immediately after the defense.

l  Individual works are recorded and kept in the chair until the publication of the GPA of the given semester.

l  The requirements for individual work are:

l  - The work is presented on A4 format paper (volume: 10-20 pages),

l  - The sources used in the list of literature are used in the work.

l  Independent theoretical analysis performed in individual work deeper, more literate and interesting oral presentation of the material gives an opportunity to be highly appreciated.

l  Individual work should not be a transcript from other sources, in case of plagiarism it will be rated 0.

l  The lecturer evaluates and signs the individual work, substantiating his / her opinion in a short text.

l  In the absence of any of the above necessary conditions, the work is not evaluated and is returned for revision. The revised version must be submitted to the lecturer before the day of protection of individual works.

 

 

 EXCELLENCE / RED / DIPLOMA PROCEDURE

For the information of MGU graduates, we present the procedure for awarding an (honorary) diploma.

According to the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia in 2017 According to the 19th point of the order N 1282-N of November 7, 2012, the diploma of excellence is given to the final attestation, to the graduates who passed with a grade of 90% of the maximum value of the average quality grade (GPA). That is, 90 points on a 100-point scale.