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Armenian university located in Beirut, Lebanon. Includes general and academic information.
Mesrobian Armenian Catholic High School and Technical College
Armenian catholic school and technical college. Founded in Lebanon since 1939.
Arizona State University - Critical Languages Institute
Offers tuition-fee, 8-credit, summer courses in Armenian language. ASU Also offers a study-abroad program in Yerevan, Armenia.
Yerevan State University
Includes information about the departments and their activities, educational system, alumni association, library, announcements, history, student life, sports and services.
American University of Armenia
Includes information on admissions, academic programs, libraries, staff and administration.
Armenian Educational Foundation at UCLA
Armenian studies faculty at University of California, Los Angelos. History, events, course and resources.
Yerevan Physics Institute
Includes information on divisions, groups, activities, conferences and publications as well as partners and news.
Levon and Sophia Hagopian Armenian College
Armenian Orthodox college in Bourj Hammoud, Lebanon. Site provides info about the college, photos, news, events, staff, students, alumni and more.
Erebouni College, Armenia
Nursing college based in Armenia.
Institute of Economics and Management (IEM), Armenia
Website of the Institute of Economics and Management in Armenia.
Arizona State University - The Melikian Center
A research and training center with both instructional and research missions. Sponsors the Critical Languages Institute, a summer training academy for intensive training in East European and Eurasian languages, including Armenian, Polish, Russian, Uzbek.
Arizona State University - The Melikian Center - Armenian Courses
A program provided by the Critical Languages Institute, at the ASU Melikian Center. Offers summer courses and study-abroad programs in Eastern Armenian, from beginner to advanced. Scholarships and tuition waivers are available for Armenian students.