The American University of Armenia accepts applications from students looking to enter their freshman year (first year) of University as well as from students looking to transfer from other universities.
AUA practices holistic admissions – we are looking for students who succeed on and off campus.
At AUA, the decision to offer a student admission is never based on just one factor. We always look at academic credentials, exam scores, extracurricular and volunteer activities, and more.
AUA offers 4-year undergraduate degrees in Business, English and Communications, Computer Science, and Engineering Sciences. In addition, AUA will launch a BS in Data Sciences program pending WSCUC approval in Fall 2018. All programs are offered as part of a liberal arts education to assure that graduates are specialists and well-rounded individuals who can think critically and creatively, learn independently, understand different thought processes, work collaboratively, and communicate effectively with people from different cultures and disciplines. Students have the ability to pursue one track in their chosen major. Read more
AUA practices holistic admissions. We select students who have the skills and ability to succeed in their studies and for whom AUA is well suited to their educational and career goals. Once you submit your application, it is screened for technical eligibility. If eligible, the Undergraduate Admissions Committee will then conduct a thorough review of your application, which may include inviting you to an interview. Once your application is complete, you will receive notification of your admission status by email up to 12 weeks after the application deadline date.
As admissions to AUA is competitive, the committee will consider both academic and personal information including educational background, official entrance exam scores, extracurricular and volunteer experience, a personal statement, and the interview, if applicable. Read more
Applying to AUA may seem like a daunting task. You may wonder what documents you need to submit, what exams should you take, where to apply, etc. Review this page for detailed information about all our application requirements and to ensure you are well prepared to submit a complete application. Read more
The Application for Fall 2018 is available at im.aua.am. To start your application, first create and confirm your profile. An important reminder: if you plan to take (or have already taken) the AUA e-Math test, you MUST use the same email account when filling out your Application for Admission to Undergraduate Study. We strongly encourage you to review our Application Requirements prior to starting your application.
January 22, 2018 – Early Admission
March 31, 2018 – Regular Admission
June 4, 2018* – Rolling Admission
* Applicants who apply by the rolling admissions deadline will be considered on a space-available basis. In rare cases, applications submitted after the rolling admissions deadline date may be considered.
If any deadline date falls on a non-working date, the deadline will be moved to the following working day.
We are updating our policies and procedures related to military deferment as a result of the recent adoption of the Law of the Republic of Armenia on Military Service and Status of Military Serviceman. Please check back later for more information. The below is information related to AUA’s practice of Military Deferment prior to this change in law.
The Ministry of Education and Science will notify AUA of the total number of military deferment spots allocated for our undergraduate students by May 2018.
As the number of military deferment spots is limited, the process of receiving military deferment is competitive. Only applicants who submit complete applications, including proof of English language proficiency (either through the TOEFL iBT or IELTS exams) and proof of math proficiency (either through the AUA e-Math Test or SAT exams) by the Early and/or Regular Admissions Deadline date, will be considered for military deferment. Read more
Admission to the American University of Armenia is competitive as there are more applicants than spaces available. If you are not offered admission to AUA, we welcome you to reapply in the future.
Before you reapply, we strongly recommend you to familiarize yourself with our reapplication policies to make sure you meet all the application requirements. Read more
The information on this page is general and may be subject to change. We strongly encourage you to check the website of your preferred field of study as well as American University of Armenia’s Undergraduate Admissions Policies as for detailed information regarding the programs, admissions process and more. If your question is not answered in these FAQs, please email the Office of Admissions at email@example.com. Read more