Filter For Your Search Clear Filter
Go Back to the List April 27, 2020
Armenia not to reopen schools and universities this year

Armenia will not reopen schools and universities by the end of the current academic year, Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports Arayik Harutyunyan informs.

Instead, the Ministry could consider reopening the educational establishments a week before September 1. Besides, additional classes could be organized on Saturdays in September and October.

The Minister said no exams will be held in the forth and ninth grades in general schools. High-school students will not take exams, either.

The final score will be summed up based on the results of the grades received before March 15 and during the first term.

In higher educational establishments, the form of exams will be decided by each institution in strict compliance with anti-epidemic norms.

Applicants will only take one exam. They can register from May 25 to June 15 and select the specialization and the educational establishment.

Entrance exams will be held in early July. No oral exams will be organized.

The Minister will provide more details on entrance exams on April 30 or May 1.

Read More
Written by Siranush Ghazanchyan,
Source link:
Disclaimer UniAgents does not author any news or content in this section. We aggregate News Headlines, Summary, and Content from over 700 sources, explicitly listed in every article/page. Users can visit the sources for full articles and more local news. The sole aim is to aggregate education news from around the world so they can be categorised and the user can have a personalised experience. In some cases, the original article has news in native language but listing on UniAgents for each article is done in English. There are no copyright infringements, as we do not claim to produce any content mentioned on this page, all relevant sources are mentioned. For any clarifications, do not hesitate to contact us.