The results of a creative competition launched in the framework of the Erasmus + BOOST project are summed up.
Participants were students from the Armenian State Pedagogical University after Khachatur Abovyan (ASPU), who were required to introduce the Armenian culture, landscape, and symbols of Armenia on the tote bags. In the framework of the competition, 35 students became immediate participants of the project.
Lusine Simonyan and Anna Susunyan majoring in Fashion Design, as well as Anzhela Galstyan from the department of Decorative and Applied Arts were selected as the winners of the competition and received prizes for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places, respectively. The students thanked their alma mater for the opportunity and remarked that they took part in the competition with great enthusiasm. It is worth mentioning that the tote bags designed by the ASPU students are intended for the participants of the Erasmus+ BOOST project’s concluding international conference.
Funded by the European Union, Erasmus+ BOOST project is a three-year project that aims to promote internationalization of higher education in Armenia through drafting a corresponding national and institutional framework and toolkit.