Topic: Education

YEREVAN — Armenia has precious few natural resources to secure its future; it has no oil, gold or diamonds. Instead, it does have a young, educated population and that just might be enough to promise it a golden future. Seda Papoyan is[...]

DILIJAN, Armenia — On May 26, the UWC Dilijan Class of 2018 — 104 students from 63 countries — bid farewell to the school and Armenia and set off on their new journey of adulthood. The third UWC Dilijan graduation was attended by[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff BARCELONA, Spain – When you ask Armenians about the Armenian community of Barcelona, the only name at best that comes up is that of Vigen Hovsepyan. Now a Yerevan-based singer, Hovsepyan lived in[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff YEREVAN — In the last few decades, many new non-profit programs have been started in Armenia attempting to use as models similar programs in the United States or the West. Teach For Armenia is one[...]

By Joel Kesselbrenner YEREVAN — Elvina Asatryan is a senior at the Agribusiness Teaching Center (ATC) in Yerevan, and once she finishes her education, she intends to completely redesign the Armenian wine industry. ACT is the flagship[...]

By Matthew Kredell LOS ANGELES — The University of Southern California (USC) Price School Public Policy is pursuing a plan to establish a special doctoral program in public policy and management in Armenia,[...]

YEREVAN — Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan received this week the founder of Tumo Center for Creative Technologies, Sam Simonian. The two men discussed issues related to the establishment of the Inter-University Center for Higher[...]