The role of benefactor and lender is typically American. It’s about Dr. Eric Israelian, an American of Armenian descent. In 2016, he produced the film “The Promise,” which revolves around the Armenian Genocide committed by Turkey. The institute later founded in Los Angeles takes its name from this film. In an explanation of the Hague project on the University of California website, he refers to the recent seizure of the Armenian enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh. “This institute is needed now more than ever. The promise of Europe will expand on the success of its parent institute. UCLA students now have more unique opportunities to gain experience. In The Hague, UCLA collaborates with the University of Amsterdam, of which the Tobias Institute is Captivating part of it.
The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), founded in 1927, is one of the best universities in the United States. The main buildings are located in a park-like setting in the Westwood area and are built in the neo-Romanesque style. There are faculties of law, literature, medicine and others. Famous Hollywood stars, such as director Francis Ford Coppola and actor James Dean, studied there. Also among the alumni is Jim Morrison, legendary singer of The Doors.
With the arrival of the promise of Europe, The Hague continues to grow as a university city. Leiden University has been based here since 1999 with a campus in The Hague, now home to seven thousand students. The former V&D complex (Spui) of the campus, which already includes several buildings, is now being renovated. TU Delft will also have a branch here. The Institute of Social Studies has been located in the city for some time, which has been part of Erasmus University since 2009.
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