What we offer
AVC offers online learning opportunities to anyone interested in Armenian Studies.
Our courses are available in seven languages of instruction. The academic programs and
flexible course timelines are designed to best meet your educational needs and schedules.
The Hybrid Education Program blends traditional and online education and targets
schools that wish to introduce innovative and attractive learning methods
into their curricula, as well as supplement the program with additional resources.
Learn the Armenian language, history and culture with AVC’s online courses, or master the fundamentals of chess and build your skills with our online chess program.
AVC holds a license granted by the Ministry of Education and
Science of the Republic of Armenia.
AVC creates great opportunities for every Armenian to learn our language and culture. Now I can proudly say that I’m Armenian because I can read, write, and speak in my mother tongue.
The Vayots Dzor e-book puts a tremendous amount of information at your fingertips – whether historical, cultural or simply practical. The format is user-friendly and immensely accessible. I know that the next time I have free time while working in Armenia, I’ll be using the e-book to navigate my way to explore some of the region’s lesser-known treasures.
I am learning Armenian because I want to see the world through a new lens and taste the full Armenian lexicon on my lips. I know that the words I am speaking are the same ones that my grandparents and great-grandparents used every day, and I imagine myself closer to them now through the sound and meaning of all the words, the phrases, the sentences I am learning.
The Armenian Virtual College has been such a blessing to me, because very few resources exist to learn Armenian. AVC has given me the chance to learn Armenian with the help of a native speaker as a teacher.
I love working with AVC, and I use an online language course as a learning option.
The content and methodology of the course fully meet the requirements of different age groups. The various e-learning tools used in the course make the learning even more interesting and accessible.
I strongly recommend the Armenian Virtual College (AVC) to anyone interested in this beautiful language. I’ve been learning Armenian at AVC online for about a year and a half now, and I appreciate the high-quality education. A big thank you to my wonderful teachers Marina and Mane!
The AVC has been the best way for me to learn Armenian and explore my heritage. Because of these courses, I can now converse with my in-laws in Armenia. Mane and Marina are wonderful instructors and very nice people. I look forward to continuing my studies and using my language skills to help the nation of Armenia.
I do not have any Armenian roots. I am of Spanish and Italian descent, but I have been to Armenia several times. I am learning Western Armenian. I recommend AVC courses because they are very professional and very well-organized, and it is a very good way to learn Armenian online.
I have enjoyed these courses so far so very much. I really think they have changed my life. I never knew so much about Armenia or my relatives.
This is exactly what I wanted to learn and to my surprise, they have been even much greater than I have ever dreamed about. I have taken a great many courses online in the past decade, but these have been the absolute best.
The first online version of the biennial Pan-Armenian Educational Forum took place on August 22-24, 2020 and was co-organized by the AGBU Armenian Virtual College and Armenia’s Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport.
The AVC Learning Zone (ALZ) was launched by the AGBU Armenian Virtual College on March 26, 2020, to meet the high demand for continuous online Armenian education during the global COVID-19 crisis.
In response to the collective toll the global pandemic and the trauma of the Artsakh War has taken on Armenians everywhere, a virtual summit on the psycho-social dynamics of these transformative crises was organized by AGBU in conjunction with the American University of Armenia (AUA) and the Armenian Mental Health Initiative (AMHI).
In remembrance of the 108th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, AGBU Armenian Virtual College launches a new project on our website where our e-learners from all corners of the world are invited to share the stories of their grandparents who have experienced the horrible massacres in the beginning of the 20th century.
The AGBU Armenian Virtual College, in collaboration with the RA Ministry of Diaspora, presented the AVC TV School project, which was aired on the Armenian Public Satellite TV Channel.
The goal of the Armenian Virtual Bridge Accelerator AVB program is to connect Armenia with the world's leading technological centers, using the Armenian scientific mindset, talent, and the potential of the Diaspora.
The 2nd Pan-Armenian Chess Camp and Tournament (PACT -2) was successfully held online from July 26 to August 12, 2021. This highly anticipated tournament ended with a remarkable online closing ceremony, where the winners of the regional semifinals and the finalists were announced.
In the aftermath of the 44-day war, the AGBU Armenian Virtual College (AVC) created a dedicated course on Scenario-based Strategic Planning authored by world renown experts and provided it on its e-learning platform, with the intent of disseminating strategic planning practices among decision makers in the homeland and diaspora.
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