Erasmus Plus agreement for PhD students An Erasmus Plus 2015-2017 agreement has been signed between the Oriental Institute of the UCL and several universities and research centers of Armenia and Georgia.
This will allow Armenian and Georgian PhD students to come to the UCL for 3 months research stays.
This is the first time an Erasmus Plus agreement is made available for PhD students at the UCL (https://www.uclouvain.be/en-430455.html).
Doctoral students come from the Yerevan State University, the Yerevan Brusov University of Languages and Social Sciences, and the Matenadaran Research Institute of Ancient Manuscripts in Armenia, and from the Djavakhishvili State University and the National Center of Manuscripts in Georgia.
This program is coordinated by Professor Bernard Coulie, with the support of the Office for International Relations of the Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters and the Administration of International Relations of the UCL.