THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

Summer Holidays! Too late?

Posted on: November 27, 2010

MBA second year students have studied hard. Isn’t it too little to say about their first academic year which lasted from Sept. 2009 to Dec.2010 without any vacation?

We are already 2nd year students and are very proud of it. The only “complain” we have is the lack of vacations. Yes! I mean lack of any vacation during the summer 2010.

Garnik, a friend of mine from CoE, always makes fun of us, MBA students. “How was your summer vacation?” was his favorite question whenever we met in the elevator in September when all the other department students just started their second academic year after summer vacations.

You’ll be amazed how happy we were with the two weeks of leisure time in September. But nobody can ever imagine how impatient we are with the upcoming winter holidays. Ripsime is counting days on Facebook,”Nine/eight/seven…. days left”. Peers are already planning 10 days of Tsakhkadzor, 14 days of Swiss alps, or a month in Barcelona.

We really hope to enjoy the vacation we deserve. Get ready! And ENJOY….

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