Undergraduate Events

 

  • The Open House is the perfect opportunity for you to interact with faculty, staff, and students to understand whether AUA is the right choice for you. The event provides you with the opportunity to meet with our academics to learn about our academics, speak to admissions staff who will walk you through the admissions process,  interact with our Office of Financial Aid for a clear understanding of our financial aid, and connect with students to see what your university life will look like at AUA. We typically organize an Open House sometime in the month of October and a second one in the month of February. Check back in August 2018 for information on upcoming Open House dates.
  • As our recruitment cycle for Fall 2018 is nearing its end, we are not offering any additional information sessions at this time. Have a question? Then contact us at ugrad@aua.am to set up a personal consultation with one of our Admissions Counselors.

    Otherwise, check back in early Fall for an updated list of events. Alternatively, you may leave your contacts at http://admissions.aua.am/contact-us/ and we will email you once our list of activities is updated. Sessions will include an intro to AUA, a review of our application requirements, as well as application help days. The Office of Financial Aid will also offer periodic Financial Aid presentations to introduce you to the numerous tools available to help you finance your education.

  • We are not currently offering any Open Classes. Please check back in mid-September 2018 for a list of Fall semester courses that will be open for you to register for and sample.

    What are Open Classes? They are actual classes that we open to prospective students to sample at no cost. They enable you to get a first-hand glimpse of AUA’s academic experience and are the perfect opportunity for you to see what classes at AUA are like. By becoming a student for a day, you experience our academics, see our class dynamics, learn firsthand from faculty, and engage with current students.