Bari Galust Hayastan! Welcome to Armenia!
Welcome to the Study in Armenia website. We recognize that when it comes time to choose a destination for learning, you have many choices. Education has always played an essential role for Armenians. Throughout history, and today, it remains one of the most significant values of the Armenian people. Come join the thousands of international students expanding their horizons, honing their skills, and enjoying the rich cultural heritage of Armenia. Study with world-class lecturers, musicians, scientists and educational leaders. We will help you gain the knowledge necessary to enter the job market or continue your education at even higher levels. More…
The higher education system in Armenia is presented by a number of higher education institutions, both state and private.
State higher education institutions operate under the responsibility of several ministries but most of them are under the supervision of the Ministry of Education and Science. In total there are 26 state higher education institutions, of which 16 with their 14 branches belong to the system of the Ministry of Education and Science (MES); 4 HEIs founded by interstate agreements and state participation… More…
The main purpose of the Bologna Process is the establishment of the European Higher Education Area by 2010 for strengthening the attractiveness and competitiveness of the European higher education and to promote student mobility by making academic degree standards and quality assurance standards comparable and compatible.
The process was named after the University of Bologna, where in 1999 the Bologna Declaration was signed by Education Ministers from 29 European countries. Since then bi-annual ministerial meetings are held which take stock of the progress and set guidelines for upcoming years.
To establish the European Area of Higher Education by 2010, the following objectives have to be reached. More…
All countries of European Higher Education Area have undertaken to develop a National Qualifications Framework compatible with the main framework of EHEA by 2010. Qualifications Frameworks are essential tools in accomplishing comparability and transparency with EHEA.
A National Qualifications Framework (NFQ) is supposed to link different qualifications in a country in order to provide an efficient qualification system for both employers and learners as they journey through life-long learning. It also facilitates mobility. The European Commission has established a meta-framework that enables the NQFs of a single member country to mesh with the overarching standard framework. More…
Armenia’s minister of education and science on Friday dismissed the reports about plans for moving Yerevan-based institutions of higher learning to the second largest city of Gyumri. Speaking at a news conference, Armen Ashotyan said that structural modernization projects are … Continue reading
- 18/05/2015 - Minister: Bologna Process may Involve Students from Conflict Areas
- 15/05/2015 - EU Commissioner: It is necessity to modernize European higher education area
- 15/05/2015 - Armenia Hosted EHEA Ministerial Conference and Bologna Policy Forum
- 02/04/2015 - Armenian Genocide and Armenian Poems
- 19/03/2015 - Armenia Ministry: Our education system is very close to European standards
The Alma Mater of Armenia, Yerevan State University, has got the history of fruitful 90 years. Every day thousands of students come here to get new knowledge and skills, to create and find common solutions for different issues. The most … Continue reading
- 09/11/2011 - The American University of Armenia today
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