Armenian State University of Economics

128 Nalbandyan str., 0025 Yerevan, Armenia

Armenian State University of Economics, state non-commercial organization.

Armenian State University of Economics (ASUE) is the only state economic university in Armenia which has rich history and provides high quality studies and research on economics.

The history of Armenian State University of Economics starts from 1930, and the University has been renamed for several times, undergone a long reorganization process and has always remained loyal to prepare highly-skilled specialists. The modern history of ASUE starts in 1975, Yerevan Institute of National Economy was established as a separate unit. Since 2006 the name of the institution has been Armenian State University of Economics.

More than 30.000 highly-skilled specialists have studied during the last decades at the University. Most of them are currently working in the spheres of economy, science, culture, education, etc.

In the 6 departments operating at the University there are 31 academic chairs. The academic and administrative staff of the University consists of more than 600 employees, and more than 7500 students are currently taking courses in 16 specialties and even more specializations at the University in their Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD degree programs, both by full time and by correspondence. The University has its branches in Gyumri (established in 1997) and in Yeghegnadzor (2008).

The educational modernization problem is always in the centre of attention of the University Administration. The European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) is fully implemented in the University. The University has many partner universities in the world. Every year international conferences are held at the University. ASUE students’ life is well organized. Thanks to the University Students’ Council self-governing student life has been established at ASUE.

There is a resort camp located on the bank of the River Bldan in Dilijan which provides its staff and students’ rest.

Departments of ASUE are the followings:

Department of Management,
Department of Marketing and Organization of Business,
Department of Regulation of Economy and International Economic Relations,
Department of Finance,
Department of Accounting and Audit,
Department of Informatics and Statistics.

In ASUE are allocated three nominal scholarships by the names of professors Z. Bashinjaghyan, V. Nerkararyan and academician A. Arzumanyan, monthly 10 000 AMD (established in 04.06.2003 ASUE Council, minutes N 1).


Address: 128 Nalbandyan str., 0025 Yerevan, Armenia
Working days and hours: Mon-Fri, 09:00-17:30
Telephone: +374 10 521720
Fax:
Website: www.asue.am
E-mail: asue@asue.am