Intensive Summer Armenian in Yerevan
This page describes the elementary and intermediate programs only. See the Yerevan 8-week program page for details on the advanced Armenian program.
CLI's summer program in Yerevan helps students extend and solidify the communicative and cultural skills they develop during intensive classes on the ASU campus.
The program combines classes, in which students review the material covered in Arizona, with an emphasis on listening and speaking skills. In addition to classroom instruction, the program includes excursions and extra-curricular activities to familiarize students with Yerevan and Armenian culture. Since the program is small, instructors provide a great deal of individual attention and staff are able to tailor activities to students' needs and interests.
Classes meet 3 hours a day on weekdays, with cultural activities and excursions in the afternoons and on weekends.
Participants live in a furnished apartment in the center of Yerevan. They prepare their own meals or eat in local restaurants.
Located in the heart of the Caucasus Mountains, with stunning views of Mount Ararat, Yerevan is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Armenia. A compact city with a population of roughly one million, Yerevan offers a wide variety of educational and cultural opportunities in a friendly and safe environment. One of the oldest cities of the world, Yerevan is dotted with ancient churches, monuments, and archeological sites.
The Yerevan program fee (see below) covers:
It does not include:
- airfare / travel
- personal expenses
(Disclaimer: All tuition and fees set forth herein or in other University publications or web pages are subject to change.)