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Wednesday, 12 November 2014

PM Briefed on Dilijan International School Programs

Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan visited the Dilijan International School (DIS).

The head of government toured the school, which was inaugurated in October. He was introduced to the amenities, infrastructures and programs.

96 students coming from about 50 countries, including Armenia, Russia, other CIS countries, Europe and Asia, Middle East, Africa, North and South America, Australia, were reported to have been enrolled in the first academic year. The school will reach its projected capacity in 2023, with 650 students and some 60 teachers.

Welcoming the students, the Prime Minister talked to them to learn of their impressions: “I am glad that you have arrived from different countries to study at this beautiful institution. You should use your time effectively to get possibly much knowledge.”

The Prime Minister said he had paid several visits to the DIS and was well aware that highly skilled faculty was engaged in the school who will do everything to provide students with fundamental knowledge. At the same time, Hovik Abrahamyan thanked the program initiators for the launch of the project.

90% of gifted students will study free of charge owing to scholarships available from different donors. Gifted Armenian students make 10-12% percent of the total number of the students. Diaspora communities will be represented at the level of about 30%.

The teaching is ensured in accordance with the IB Diploma (International Baccalaureate Diploma) program as accepted by the world’s leading universities. In 2017, 13-14-year-old pupils will be hosted under the IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) curriculum.

The DIS has become a full member of the United World Colleges making it possible to enroll students from over 100 countries of the world.

The system of United World Colleges incorporates 12 academic institutions worldwide, which annually host teenagers of various ethnic origin as selected by a network of national committees in 140 countries.

July 2020