AUA offers summer programs that combine strong academics with a life-changing experience. Have the summer of a lifetime
while continuing your education at a U.S.-accredited university!
Still not convinced? Here are the top six reasons why you should consider AUA’s summer program.
1. Possibility of easy course transfer thanks to AUA’s accreditation
2. Inspiring cultural excursions through the Discover Armenia Educational Tours
3. Living in one of the most ancient cities of the world often dubbed as an open air museum
4. Meeting students from around the world and experiencing Armenia’s renowned hospitality
5. Taking advantage of Yerevan’s lively music and arts scene and the vibrant café culture and nightlife
6. State-of-the-art facilities and off-campus dormitories
All summer courses will begin on July 9, 2018 and will last up to five weeks. Whether you are interested in the field of Business, Armenian history or culture, psychology, math, programming, or music, AUA’s summer 2018 will have a course for you. Interested in learning more about each course? Check out our Academic Catalog for detailed course descriptions. All courses provide 3 credits unless noted otherwise. Specific courses include:
|BUS 109: Business Math||CHSS 129: Global Perspectives and Site Stories||CS 111: Discrete Math|
|BUS 177: Business Communications||CHSS: Armenian Society and Culture||ES 110: Introduction to Programming|
|BUS 145: Introduction to Financial Accounting||CHSS: Gender Psychology||IE 106: Probability and Statistics|
|BUS 271: Tourism and Hospitality||CHSS 180: Introduction to Psychology||ENV 251: Forests|
|CHSS 240: Music and Literature||PH 201: Global Health|
|CHSS 108: Contemporary Issues in American Education||PH 202: Causes, Treatment and Prevention of Cancer|
Note: Courses must meet minimum enrollment targets as set by the University. Courses that do not meet these targets will be cancelled.
All students will be notified of cancellations by June 1, 2018.
Interested in complementing your summer studies with Armenian language instruction? The Office of Extension will offer tailored Eastern Armenian language instruction for summer participants. Both private and group sessions are available. Additional charges will apply.
Complement your academics with the “Discover Armenia” Educational Tour and fully immerse yourself into Armenia’s evolution from ancient times to the present. Join knowledgeable and entertaining tour guides on dozens of excursions both inside and outside of Yerevan. Visit churches, castles, fortresses, and more nestled in the mountains, valleys, and fields of this ancient land.
Get to know the country. Take in the sights, sounds and flavors and feel at home in Armenia. Still not sure what the Discover Armenia tours include? Then check out last year’s itinerary of events highlighting these events.
For Summer Program fees are as follows:
|1st Course||465,000 AMD|
|2nd Course||350,000 AMD|
|Administrative Fee*||325,000 AMD|
* The Summer Program Administrative Fee covers the cost of pick-up/drop off from the airport, Discover Armenia Educational Tours,
pre-departure orientations, student service fees, mandatory Armenia based health insurance, taxes, and more.
AUA offers merit based scholarships to Summer Program students. Scholarships may be awarded for up to 50% of the course fees. If you are interested in learning more about the Summer Programs scholarship, please download the Scholarship Application for Summer Program application here and/or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have.
Yerevan offers an affordable lifestyle and infrastructure for university students. The average monthly living costs for foreign students in Yerevan are in the range of $600-$1,000 per month (in addition to tuition fees). You can choose to eat outside at any of the hundreds of cafes or restaurants in the city, order takeout through www.menu.am, or take advantage of the on campus Aries Lunch Hall or Green Bean Cafe.
AUA opened a small and quaint dormitory in Summer 2016 located directly behind the University at Sose 36. The first floor of the dormitory houses male students while the second floor our female students. The dormitory offers newly renovated double rooms, as well as a shared kitchenette, bathrooms and showers on each floor.
Deadline date is June 1, 2018
Note: We strongly encourage applicants to apply by the June 1 deadline. While the Office of Admissions will continue to consider Summer Program applications submitted after the deadline, scholarship funds are limited and priority will be given to those applicants who apply by June 1.
If any deadline date falls on a non-working date, the deadline will be moved to the following working day.