Congratulations again on your admission to AUA!
Please read below for more information on how to confirm your seat.
Step 1 – Intent to Enroll Form – due no later than July 13, 2017
Accept your offer of admission by downloading your Intent to Enroll Form here and submitting it to the Office of Admissions.
Reserve your place for the Fall 2017 class by submitting the following items to the AUA Office of Admissions by no later than July 13, 2017. If we do not receive your complete Intent to Enroll form, we will assume that you do not plan to attend AUA and your offer of admission will be cancelled.
- Pay the 50,000 AMD non-refundable tuition deposit online, by bank transfer, or through EasyPay cash machines.
- Submit your completed Intent to Enroll Form along with a copy of your non-refundable tuition deposit payment receipt. You may submit the hard copy of the form directly to the Office of Admissions during our office hours (40 Baghramyan Ave, Main Building – 108M) or email a scan of the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Decline your offer of admission by submitting your Intent to Enroll Form
If you do not plan on attending AUA, we ask that you still complete the Intent to Enroll Form where you have the option to decline your offer of admission.
Step 2 – Official Proof of Undergraduate Studies and Final Transcript – Due August 1, 2017
Your admission to AUA is contingent upon submission of official diploma(s) and transcript(s) for all colleges and universities you attended. To submit these required documents, please bring both the official diploma(s) and transcript(s) with a copy to the Office of Admissions. After we verify the documents, we will immediately return the originals to you. If you do not submit your final diploma(s) and transcript(s), the Office of Admissions will rescind your offer of admission.
If you are in your final year of studies and did not receive your diploma yet, you must submit the original and copy of your final transcript as well as a letter of standing from your university confirming that you have completed all your graduation requirements, mentioning the date when you will receive your diploma.
Step 3 – Financial Aid
Applicants who submitted complete tuition assistance packages by the corresponding TA deadline dates will receive notification of their TA status by email, up to twelve weeks after each TA deadline date. Unfortunately, no new applications for Tuition Assistance will be accepted. Please visit finaid.aua.am/deadlines for more information.
International students may submit an application for International Scholarships and/or Aurora Scholarships by the corresponding deadline date. International scholarships may cover up to 50% of the cost of tuition and are merit-based while Aurora scholarships (for citizens of Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, or Syria only) may receive need and merit-based scholarships covering up to the full cost of tuition and more.
For further inquiries regarding tuition assistance or international scholarships, please contact the Office of Financial Aid via phone at +37460 61 27 98 or email at email@example.com.
Step 4 – Disability Support Services
AUA’s Center for Student Success is committed to provide student services and programs to support diverse learners. Students with disabilities may obtain equal access to academic and programmatic services. The Center for Student Success will assist students with disabilities in need of academic and programmatic accommodations as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973. If you are interested in learning more about the disability support services and/or to complete the disability self-identification form, please visit: http://studentsuccess.aua.am/disability-support-services/.
Step 5 – Housing
You can find more information about housing here. If you are a regional or international student and are interested in staying in dormitories, or need AUA’s assistance in finding an off-campus living arrangement, be sure to indicate so directly in your Intent to Enroll Form.
Step 6 – Visa Support
If you are an international student who will need assistance securing a visa to study in Armenia, let us know as soon as possible. Make sure to also indicate this directly on the Intent to Enroll Form. Feel free to also send additional questions about your upcoming move to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 7 – Conditional Admission
If your Admission Status Letter indicates that you have been conditionally admitted, please carefully review the relevant paragraph in your letter again. The letter may provide you with options to fulfill your condition(s). If you are able to successfully complete the noted option(s), then your status will be updated to full admission. If you do not successfully meet the condition, then you will be placed on probation and must achieve good academic standing per the Probation and Dismissal Policy at the end of your first semester or be subject to dismissal unless you meet your condition prior to enrollment.
Step 8 – Advising and Registration
Check back soon for more information.