Hamazkayin Summer Forum 2007

Hamazkayin Summer Forum 2007

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Hamazkayin Student Summer Forum, 15-28 July 2007, Armenia


More than 50 participants (June 2007 update)


It's educational, it's fun, and it's unforgettable! For many Armenian students across the globe, the Hamazkayin Summer Forum is one of the most anticipated events of the year. Since its inception in 1995 the Forum has provided a friendly and exciting environment for Armenians students to get the chance to learn a great deal about Armenian culture, discover the sites and sounds of the host country, and most importantly plant the seeds for incredible lifelong friendships.


Thought provoking lectures, trips to historic and amazing destinations, and nights of dancing and entertainment are only some of the Forum highlights. Don't miss this opportunity to take part in this remarkable adventure, where young Armenians from all over the world partake in what some of the former participants have called “an experience of a lifetime.”


The Hamazkayin Forum offers the participants:


– Extensive exposure to Armenian culture, history and heritage.
– A unique chance to get acquainted with other Armenian students from around the world and from Armenia.
– An opportunity to attend lectures on noteworthy topics delivered by scholars and intellectuals.
– Participation in discussions and debates around current issues that concern them.
– A chance to visit museums, churches, monasteries and other important Armenian cultural institutions.
– Opportunities to attend cultural events such as concerts and theater performances.


In addition, the Forum includes a talent show that never fails to cause laughter followed by a farewell party to cement a truly unforgettable experience.


Apply to the Forum here
Detailed program (PDF format) PDF icon

For students in the Middle East:
Contact Arin Kalousdian
Hamazkayin Head Office
P.O.Box 70-1028 ? Antelias
Beirut, Lebanon
Tel: 961-4-715684
Mobile: 961-3-549917
Fax: 961-4-715692
[email protected] or [email protected]


More than 50 participants have registered to the forum. See names, photos, addresses and contact details of the participants (from US, Australian, France, Lebanon, Syria, Cyprus, Armenia etc.) here.


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