This short video, produced by incoming Freshman English students at AUA, gives you a glimpse into AUA’s Bachelor’s Program and life as a student on our campus.
The American University of Armenia (AUA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Ayb High School, expanding the university’s efforts to develop and implement environmental education in collaboration with local high schools.
The American University of Armenia has appointed Alen Amirkhanian as the new Director of the Acopian Center for the Environment. He will continue the vital work of the center, while intensifying its research agenda, forging new partnerships, and expanding its public outreach.
AUA students, faculty and staff came together on Sunday, March 24 to clean up the university campus and plant trees as part of an annual community work weekend sponsored by the Yerevan mayor’s office. The cleanup at AUA was organized the AUA Eco Club and the Acopian Center for the Environment.
The American University of Armenia (AUA) hosted an open house for its graduate program on Saturday, March 23, welcoming over 350 prospective students and their parents to the campus for college tours, presentations, academic program visits, workshops and faculty and staff introductions.
AUA Extension continues to provide the Syrian-Armenian population in Armenia with vital assistance, harnessing philanthropic support to provide tuition-free courses for college preparation and career development.
The American University of Armenia (AUA) and the Mkhitar Sebastatsi Educational Complex signed a memorandum of understanding on Tuesday, March 19, affirming their ongoing relationship while charting the course forward for future collaboration.
The AUA Acopian Center for the Environment is hosting a public lecture on Wednesday, March 27 at 6:00 pm on the topic of forest management. The presentation will be delivered by Ani Haykuni, the manager of Forestry Services at the Armenian Tree Project (ATP) Charitable Foundation.
The American University of Armenia (AUA) is establishing a Continuing Education Program (CEP) to curtail rural-urban migration in Armenia. The CEP is funded through a generous multi-year pledge of $750,000 from the Turpanjian Family Educational Foundation.
American University of Armenia Alumna Meri Nasilyan has been accepted to the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.