When Education Transforms the Future


We have recently summarized the Ayb Hybrid Learning program in an online format.

During the 18-month program, its graduates managed to implement projects in their preferred STEM subjects and passed an exam, receiving the Araratian Baccalaureate certificate recognized by over 150 top universities around the world. They also became part of the #AybCommunity and carry the light of valuable education.

 “Apart from the knowledge I gained through the Ayb Hybrid Learning, I managed to uncover great personal revelations. For instance, thanks to Fr. Mesrop's “Identity and Values” course I've come to recognize the vast potential for my personal growth and the relatively small amount of knowledge I currently possess. Thank you for this feeling and the opportunity you have provided.”

Yeva, graduate of the Ayb Hybrid Learning program

The Foundation launched the Ayb Hybrid Learning program in January 2022, with the goal of making the best education available to everyone.

The program is based on the Araratian Baccalaureate. More than 60 adolescents from Armenia and Artsakh participated in the program’s first stage. The program is completely free of charge.

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