The American University of Armenia (AUA) participated last month in an annual get-together of educators from around the world to discuss environmental and sustainability topics in the education sector.
YEREVAN–Over a hundred prospective students visited the AUA campus on Saturday, November 17, to attend an Open House event aimed
YEREVAN–AUA faculty and researches joined colleagues from Armenia and Sweden last month for an international seminar at Yerevan State University focused on
BOSTON, MA–AUA’s administrative team was in Boston last week, giving a community update that including a comprehensive overview of the
YEREVAN–AUA’s College of Science and Engineering organized a seminar on Thursday, November 9, focusing on the environmental impact assessment of
YEREVAN, Armenia — Several interns brought their enthusiasm and determination to American University of Armenia (AUA) this summer to tackle
Four-year program is a first; addresses student interest in Armenia and the region; full-need financial aid policy and need-blind admission process will continue.
Yerevan, Armenia (July 18, 2012) — The American University of Armenia (AUA) announced the launch of its four-year Undergraduate Program today. This will be the first-ever Bachelor-degree-level undergraduate class at AUA. Throughout its 20-year history, AUA has been a graduate institution, granting only Master’s degrees. With the launch of the undergraduate program, AUA will expand its impact, educating the leaders of tomorrow in Armenia and beyond.
20 years of Advancement was the fitting theme as the American University of Armenia (AUA) celebrated its 20 th graduation
The American University of Armenia’s College of Health Sciences and Acopian Center for the Environment organized a Seminar on Lessons
The American University of Armenia (AUA) has partnered with the United Nations University’s Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS) to test