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Nearly 90 percent of today’s 20 million college undergraduates miss out on the opportunity to study abroad. That means, far too often, students do not receive the chance to develop global competencies and cross-cultural understanding. When 94 percent of U.S. companies with … Continue reading

Study in Armenia: Internships and Cultural Exchange

Every year, American Councils office in Yerevan hosts students from Lehigh University for professional internships. In 2016, Bohan Chen, a sophomore originally from China, traveled to Armenia for a summer internship at the Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) as part of … Continue reading

Two-Day Workshop in Yerevan Promotes Armenia as a Study Abroad Destination for American Students

YEREVAN — Armenia has much to offer to U.S. students interested in studying abroad, attendees of a two-day workshop held by American Councils heard on Tuesday, the U.S. Embassy in Armenia said in a press release. During the workshop, made … Continue reading

Armenia Education Ministry: Cooperation with WB has measurable results

The Acting Minister of Education and Science of Armenia, Levon Mkrtchyan, met with a visiting delegation from the World Bank (WB). A WB education team is in capital city Yerevan these days, with a mission of assisting in the implementation … Continue reading

Students who participated in the four-day war to receive 50% and more tuition fee discounts

All the students who participated in the four-day war in early April in Karabakh will benefit from 50% and more tuition fee discounts, Armenian Minister of Education and Science Levon Mkrtchyan told “The tuition fee discounts will be applied … Continue reading

Armenia education minister visits Georgia

At the invitation of Aleksandre Jejelava, ‎ Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, a delegation from Armenia, led by Minister of Education and Science Levon Mkrtchyan, is paying a visit to Georgia, from Monday to Wednesday. During the trip … Continue reading

Armenian president addresses congratulatory message on Knowledge Day

Armenian President Serzh Serzh Sargsyan has addressed a congratulatory message on Day of Knowledge. The message reads: Dear schoolchildren and students, teachers and parents, I cordially congratulate you on the occasion of the September 1 – Knowledge Day. Once it … Continue reading

Memorandum of Understanding to be Signed

On July 19-21 Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia Levon Mkrtchyan will pay a working visit to Paris, where a Memorandum is to be signed between the RA Ministry of Education and Science and Francophone University … Continue reading

VivaCell-MTS has spent AMD 705.9 million for paying tuition fee of around 750 students over seven years

It’s been seven years since VivaCell-MTS launched tuition fee reimbursement assistance program. The beneficiaries of the program are students from vulnerable social groups as well as with special needs, who have a good standing at university, the press service of … Continue reading

Peter Svitalski Discusses Education Quality in Armenia

“The quality of education in Armenia suffered due to economic difficulties. This is a serious challenge for Armenia. We should recover the best possible quality for vocational and higher education,” Head of the EU Delegation to Armenia, Peter Svitalski said … Continue reading