Armenian-Russian International University is a medical university located in Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia. It was established in 1996. The university offers a 6-years MBBS program to the medical aspirants from Armenia and around the world. The curriculum of the MBBS is based on world-class medical education, with medium of instruction being English. Students from around the world viz. India, USA, UK, Russia, Ukraine and various other countries are already studying at the University.
The medical program at the University is designed to empower the students to have quality medical education that meets the requirements of Medical Licensing Certificate in India and other countries so that after the MBBS graduation, students can practice in any country of the world.
Armenian-Russian International University is recognised by the Ministry of Education &Scienceof Armenia and is also recognised by major institutions of the world. Currently the university is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools (WDOMS), registered with the Foundation of Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER), certified by Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG), recognised by Medical Council of India (MCI) and Medical Council of Canada (MCC).
ARIU academic program is designed as per the international standard to enhance the academic performance of the students. The tuition fee at the University is very low; therefore, students from other countries can pursue their medical career at a very affordable cost.
Admissions at ARIU is based on student's academic skills, assessment, interviews, and other criteria. Indian students who qualify NEET (or are appearing within next 12 months – owing to the pandemic situation) can apply directly for MBBS at the University.
For pursuing MBBS Indian students must qualify NEET. Students must score a minimum of at least 50 percentile for General Category and 40 percentile for Reserved Category according to the guidelines of the Central Board of Secondary Education India.
In the year 2019-20, ARIU recruited 71 Indian students in the English Faculty of General medicine. The University also got accredited by International Accreditation Agency AKKORK during this year.
For more details please visit www.ariu.org