Scholarships

Goal

The aim of this program is to strengthen the educated populace of Armenia by ensuring improved and equitable access to education and training.

Objectives

  • To provide students with excellent academic records but few means with financial support needed to continue their higher education.
  • To facilitate networking opportunities between outstanding students and program alumni
  • To instill in these young Armenians a sense of philanthropy and social service.

Types of Services

  • Tuition coverage and living stipends for undergraduate and graduate studies for students who are qualified to attend the following institutions:
    • Armenian State Engineering University
    • Armenian State University of Architecture and Construction
    • Armenian State University of Economics
    • Gavar State University
    • State Agrarian Academy
    • State Pedagogical University
    • Yerevan State Conservatory
    • Yerevan State University
  • Opportunities to attend events that familiarize students with job market trends
  • Organized civic participation and social service events
  • Organization of civic actions with scholars’ participation

Inception Date
1997

Coordinator
Edward Karapetyan, FAR Education and Science Program Coordinator

Average Annual Budget
$100,000

Partners

    FAR’s many partners make it possible for FAR to carry out the following scholarship programs:

  • A. Berberian Scholarship Program
  • Armine and Garabed Zambak Scholarship Program
  • Avetis and Arsho Baghsarian Scholarship Program
  • Daughters of Vardan Scholarship Program
  • Ester Ajemian Scholarship Program
  • Jerar Nishanian Scholarship Program
  • Mardigian Scholarship Program
  • Mathevosian Scholarship Program
  • Philadelphia Scholarship Program
  • Sayan Scholarship Program
  • Thomas Garapetian Scholarship Program
  • Toufayan Scholarship Program

Number of Beneficiaries

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