The Jessup Competition, which has international participants from 95 countries, is the largest law moot court competition in the world.
Ambassador Sanctos expressed his willingness to establish and develop strong relations between Brazil and Armenia. He mentioned that this goal can be achieved by bridging Brazilian and Armenian universities.
[Armenpress] President Sahakyan noted with satisfaction that the cooperation with AUA is at a high level and attached importance to the maintenance of the positive dynamics in the future.
Ghumashyan (BAB ‘19) recently returned from a five-month educational experience in the southeastern city of Murcia, Spain through the Erasmus+ program.
AUA Adjunct Lecturer Zareh Tjeknavorian’s Short Film Nominated at First Hermetic International Film FestivalFebruary 16, 2018
The First Hermetic International Film Festival is dedicated to films that explore esoteric, mystical, occult, and other hermetic spiritual themes.
During their presentations both ambassadors expressed their positive opinion on maintaining political and economic partnership to promote the shared values of democracy, human rights, and liberty.
AUA’s Dr. Vahram Ter-Matevosyan Receives Doctoral Degree, Delivers Talk on Armenian-Turkish Relations in NorwayFebruary 11, 2018
After receiving the degree, Dr. Ter-Matevosyan stated, “I am incredibly happy that this long and incredible journey towards a full doctoral degree has come to a successful end.”
AUA Alumni Asanet Aloyan (MBA ’16), Naira Avchyan (MBA ’08) and Artur Sayadyan (L.L.M ’17) Arrive at Tufts University for Fletcher School’s Tavitian Scholars ProgramFebruary 9, 2018
[Mirror Spectator] The program has an impressive array of alumni who work in mid-to-senior level positions in the office of Armenia’s president, the parliament, Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Justice and Economy, and other government institutions.
[iTel] “We met with the motivated and excited youngsters at TUMO. Another 200 people attended our event at the American University of Armenia (AUA). We went to the Armenian National Assembly and there were lines of MPs eager to talk to us,” Azhar said.
Balu Rajan and Shabitha Alexander came to Armenia from Chennai (formerly called Madras), the capital of Tamil Nadu, India, with the intention of pursuing their education in medicine. Neither had any particular connection to Armenian history or culture or to the country itself.
[Ankakh] “In every job, you need to put in sufficient effort to get the best results. I believe that showing full commitment does not go unnoticed,” said Korkotyan.
All of the “Grammar Party” activities were aimed at developing the students’ fluency in different grammar skills through restructuring and repetition.