HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY
Eurasia International University was established in 1996. On March 13, 2002, the University was accredited by the decree of the RA Ministry of Education and Science. The University is licensed to award state diplomas.
The University adopted academic credit system (ECTS) in 2005 and initiated a number of student and faculty exchange programs.
The university offers academic opportunities on the following levels of the RA national qualification framework: bachelor’s studies (VI), master’s degree (VII), research (VIII; the scientific degree of a doctor).
For already ten years the University has been loyal to its strategy of internationalization and has been actively cooperating with international organizations joining and becoming a member of a number of international fellowship programs. Within the framework of those programs the university has conducted a set of international projects at various levels, such as student exchanges, trainings, and workshops for the faculty and staff.
The university was accredited for the second time by the National Center for Professional Education Quality Assurance in 2015. The decree was approved by the RA Ministry of Education and Science. The quality assurance was conducted in accordance with the national and European standards and guidelines. The status of accreditation proves the correspondence of the university’s activities to the above-mentioned standards (European Standards and Guidelines).
After successfully completing their studies, EIU students are awarded state diplomas by the RA Ministry of Education and Science. After the graduation, the university also grants diploma supplements, which correspond to the standards set forth by the European Commission, the Council of Europe and UNESCO/CEPES.