Haybusak University acquired a second building in Yerevan. Yerevan Haybusak University students participate and take part in the cultural life, sports and social life , notable achievements in these fields. Haybusak University is
- Type – Private University
- City – Yerevan
- Nominal Fees Structure
- Dedicated Indian Mess Available at very affordable cost ie. $100 Per Month
- Very Affordable Fees Structure
- Living Cost in Armenia is very low
- Indian Food Available
- Fully English Program
- Peaceful Country
accredited by the state’s largest private higher medical education institutions and vocational projects that qualified personnel is preparing 18 higher education, vocational education 8 majors. Yerevan Haybusak University has also additional educational programs for medical students, which provides additional training. Yerevan Haybusak University provide educational programs are accredited by the State University and graduate receive a state recognized bachelor’s degree valid all over the world. It received state accreditation in the year 2001 and currently has more than 5400 students, 300 teachers. Faculties at the Yerevan Haybusak University include medicine, international relations, economics and humanities. Yerevan Haybusak University in an Armenian Open University and the International Relations Institute came together in 2007 give birth to the International Academy of Education (IAE).
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Yerevan is the largest city and capital of Armenia. It is situated along the Hrazdan River, which is not navigable, on the Ararat Plain.Yerevan is a leading industrial, cultural, and scientific centre in the Caucasus region. It is also at the heart of an extensive rail network and is a major trading centre for agricultural products. In addition, industries in the city produce metals, machine tools, electrical equipment, chemicals, textiles, and food products.
Educational and cultural facilities in Yerevan include universities, the Armenian Academy of Sciences, a state museum, and several libraries. The largest repository of Armenian manuscripts, and indeed one of the biggest repositories of manuscripts in the world, is the Matenadaran.
The layout of Yerevan was designed by Alexander Tamanyan in the 1920’s, and has grown way beyond his projections of a couple of hundred thousand residents. The center however remains pretty close to what he envisioned, with a grid pattern of streets intersected by some circular roads and a lot of parks.