If you have any questions you may contact the online instructors via email or Skype. The online Instructors are available for live chat Monday to Friday, according to the schedule below (Yerevan time/GMT + 4):
Gohar Gevorgyan (Spanish/Russian)
Zepur Kheblikian (Western/Eastern Armenian)
Ovsanna Tshorokhyan (French/Eastern Armenian)
Ani Dekirmenchyan (English/Turkish)
AVC courses can be accessed on a tablet or a smartphone through the Puffin browser available on Google Play and Apple Store. See also Technical Requirements for details.
For this problem or any other technical difficulties, please visit the Technical Requirements page or contact IT support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pay for the course immediately or apply for a scholarship.
If you forgot your password, go to the LOG IN screen, click the “Forgot password” option and follow the instructions. You can also login directly to your Moodle account.
Scholarships are available to students based upon their income level. To be considered for a scholarship, please visit the Tuition and Scholarship page to submit your application.
You may pay the tuition online by credit card or PayPal. Please contact Student Financial Services at email@example.com for other possible methods of payment.
AVC students learn new material on a weekly basis using multimedia (text, audio, and visual media) lessons and regularly confer with their online teacher and classmates.
In addition to weekly lessons, the students have access to automated study tools, games, assignments, course calendars, syllabi, quizzes, midterms, finals and grade books. Moreover, discussion forums, emails, live chat, audio and video communication options provide the students with the opportunity to better connect with their virtual teachers and classmates, while forging friendships with Armenians from across the globe.
The multimedia courses are authored by renowned topic experts from Armenia and are reinforced by international pedagogical experts in online learning. The learners are supported by online instructors (teachers), who provide distance guidance, drive discussion forums, respond to student inquiries, and grade assignments, midterms, and finals.
1. Synchronous Learning
Regular students for credit will receive three credits for each course upon completing the coursework per the syllabus and guidelines provided by the online instructor during the orientation week. The expected weekly workload for a regular student is 5-8 hours depending on the course.
Auditors are expected to maintain the same schedule of reading as regular students and to take the weekly quizzes. Auditors are highly encouraged to participate in group projects but are not expected to take examinations. Auditors will get a pass/fail grade.
2. The Asynchronous Self-Study Program courses are open for credit and non-credit offerings. The enrollment for ASSP courses is open at all times, on a rolling basis. To receive credits the students must take a midterm and final exam.
There are no prior requirements for eligibility. Anyone of any age who is interested in pursuing Armenian Education may enroll. Please see e-Learning and Program offerings for details.
A hybrid class student participates in the AVC hybrid program according to the agreement between AVC and the applicant’s school/community. The student follows the lessons in class, under the guidance from the local teacher, and actively participates in various online activities with an AVC online instructor and other hybrid class students. See Hybrid Program for details. For additional information and/or participation contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.