List of universities in Armenia

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This is a list of universities in Armenia.[1]

Public[edit]

State universities[edit]

As of 2017, Armenia has 19 state universities:

Yerevan
Outside Yerevan

Military institutions[edit]

As of 2017, Armenia has 3 military institutions run by the Ministry of Defense of Armenia.

Yerevan
Outside Yerevan
  • Armenak Khanperyants Military Aviation University (Arzni airfield near Nor Hachen, 1992)

Police academies[edit]

As of 2017, Armenia has 1 police academy operating in Yerevan, run by the Police of the Republic of Armenia.

  • Academy of the Police Educational Complex of the Republic of Armenia (2011)

Theological seminaries[edit]

As of 2018, Armenia has 1 theological seminary at university level run buy Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin:

Interstate[edit]

As of 2018, Armenia has 10 interstate universities, all are located in Yerevan:

International private[edit]

As of 2017, Armenia has 5 international private universities, all are located in Yerevan:

Local private[edit]

As of 2017, Armenia has 30 local private universities:

Yerevan
  • Galick University (1989)
  • Haybusak University of Yerevan (1990)
  • Yerevan Gladzor University (1990)
  • Yerevan Mesrop Mashtots University (1990)
  • MFB Academy of Finance (1990)
  • Armenian Medical Institute (1990)
  • University of Economy and Law named after Avetik Mkrtchyan (1990)
  • Urartu University of Practical Psychology and Sociology (1991)
  • University of Traditional Medicine (1991)
  • University of International Economic Relations (1991)
  • Yerevan Agricultural University (1992)
  • Medical University nmed after Saint Teresa (1992)
  • Azpat-Veteran Institute of Forensic Science and Psychology (1992)
  • Anania Shirakatsi University of International Relations (1994)
  • National Academy of Fine Arts (1995)
  • Eurasia International University (1996)
  • Northern University of Yerevan (1996)
  • Yerevan University of Management (1996)
  • Yerevan Medical Institute named after Mehrabyan (1996)
  • Movses Khorenatsy University (1996)
  • Yerevan Culture University (1996)
  • Academy of TV and Radio (2000)
Outside Yerevan
  • Progress Gyumri University (Gyumri, 1990)
  • Imastaser Anania Shirakatsi University (Gyumri, 1992)
  • Mkhitar Gosh Armenian-Russian International University (Vanadzor, 1995)
  • Humanitarian Institute of Hrazdan (Hrazdan, 1996)
  • Grigor Lusavorich University (Vagharshapat, 1996)
  • Gitelik Yegheghnadzor University (Yeghegnadzor, 2004)
  • Vardenis Teachers' Training Institute named after Victor Ambartsumian (Vardenik village near Vardenis)
  • Syunik Goris Institute (Goris)

Historic universities[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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