I’ve Been Admitted


Congratulations again on your admission to AUA!

Please read below for more information on how to confirm your seat in the Class of 2020 starting Fall 2016.


Step 1 – Intent to Enroll Form – due no later than 2 weeks after the date of your Admission  Letter

Accept your offer of admission by downloading your Intent to Enroll Form here and submitting it to the Office of Admissions.
If you have been admitted conditionally and have already fulfilled your condition, there is no need to re-submit the Intent to Enroll Form. 

Reserve your place for the Fall 2016 class by submitting the following items to the AUA Office of Admissions by no later than two weeks after the date indicated on your Admission Letter. 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 canceled.

  1. Pay the 25,000 AMD non-refundable tuition deposit either by bank transfer (see instructions here) or through the EasyPay cash machine located on the PAB Ground Floor (40 Baghramyan Ave). Please note that you must include the invoice # while making the payment.
  2. Submit your completed Intent to Enroll Form along with a copy of your non-refundable tuition deposit payment receipt. You can submit the form directly to the Office of Admissions during our office hours (40 Baghramyan Ave, PAB 2nd Floor, Room 217W) or by emailing a scan to ugrad@aua.am.

Admitted Students under the age of 18

Please make sure your parent(s)/legal guardian(s) sign the Intent to Enroll form and attach the required supplemental documents.

Required Supplemental Documents (to be submitted with the Intent to Enroll Form)

  1. Passport copy (of your parent(s) or legal guardian(s))
  2. Copy of your Birth Certificate
  3. Parent Declaration Form (download here) if one parent cannot sign this form
Decline your offer of admission by submitting your Intent to Enroll Form

If you do not plan on attending AUA, we ask that you let us know by submitting your Intent to Enroll Form.


Step 2 – Official Diploma and Final Transcript – Due July 15, 2016

Your admission to AUA is contingent upon your submission of an official high school diploma and final transcript (generally an attestat for graduates of Armenia based high schools).

First-Year Students

You must submit official proof of high school graduation to the Office of Admissions as soon as it is available but no later than July 15, 2016. If you think you may need more time, please let us know immediately by emailing ugrad@aua.am along with justification of why you need extra time.

Transfer Students

In addition to submitting proof of high school graduation, transfer students must ensure final university transcripts for all courses completed are sent officially to the Office of Admissions as soon as grades are available. The deadline to send these documents is also July 15, 2016.


Step 3 – Financial Aid

Tuition Assistance

If you applied for Tuition Assistance by the corresponding deadline date, please note you will receive an email notification regarding your status shortly after receiving your Admission Status Letter. Unfortunately, no new applications for Tuition Assistance will be accepted. Please visit http://registrar.aua.am/deadlines/ for more information.

* Citizens of Armenia also include those citizens mentioned in Chapter 1, Article 6, Clause 3 of the Republic of Armenia Law on Higher and Postgraduate Professional Education.

International Scholarships

International students may submit an application for International Scholarship available here by the June 30, 2016 deadline date. International scholarships may cover up to 50% of the cost of tuition and are merit-based.


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 intersted in staying in dormitories, or need AUA’s assistance in finding an off-campus living arrangement, be sure to indicate so directly on your Intent to Enroll Form. Make sure to also indicate the maximum monthly cost you can allocate for housing directly on the 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 intlstudents@aua.am.


Step 7 – Conditional Admission

If your Admission Status Letter indicates that you have been conditionally admitted, please ensure you complete the required information under the Undergraduate Conditional Admission tab at im.aua.am by June 17, 2016.

If you are conditionally admitted for English language proficiency, please note you have two options: 

  1. Retake the TOEFL iBT or IELTS Academic exams by August 1, 2016 and meet the target scores (TOEFL iBT of 79 or IELTS Academic of 6.5). 
  2. Successfully complete an English enhancement course through AUA Extension prior to enrollment. Please refer to the English Proficiency for Academic Success Flyer for more information about the course, dates, cost, and more. 

If you are conditionally admitted for Math proficiency, you have the following options: 

  1. Retake the AUA Math test or SAT exams by August 1, 2016 and meet the below published target scores:
      AUA Math Test SAT
    Business 360 610
    English & Communications 330 480
    Computational Sciences 370 650
  2. Successfully complete a math enhancement course through AUA Extension prior to enrollment. Please download the Math proficiency for Academic Success Flyer for information about the course, dates, cost, and more. 

You must complete all conditions prior to enrollment. If you are unable to do so, the University will rescind your offer of admission and you will not be able to enroll in the Class of 2020. 

Step 8 – Advising and Registration

After submitting your Intent to Enroll, we will transfer your file to the Office of the Registrar who will email you later in the summer with specifics regarding upcoming advising, registration, and New Student Orientation dates. Make sure to also check out the New Student page here.

If you are admitted conditionally, you will be contacted regarding advising after you have met your condition(s).

Step 9 – New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, August 24, 2016. This program will introduce you to the resources available to support you throughout your AUA experience. You are required to attend this, and it will be fun! Register for it by August 15, 2016. Learn more by visiting http://newstudent.aua.am/new-student-orientation-program/.

Step 10 – #AUA2020 on Social Media

We urge you to get on social media using the hashtag #AUA2020 to show just how excited you are about your admission to AUA. Did you take a video of yourself while you first read your Admission Status Letter? Have you posted a photo of just how happy you are? Then share those to: Facebook.com/AUAadmissions, Twitter @auaadmissions, and/or Instagram #IamAUA. Make sure your posts are visible to the public. The Office of Admissions will award small gifts to those posts that have the most likes and/or views.

In addition, the Undergraduate Student Council has created a Facebook group for the incoming class of 2020. Join the group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/AUAUGRAD2020/ and start networking with your fellow classmates.