The Association of “Armenian Alumni of German speaking countries” was set up in 2004 with the aim to support the networking activities of the alumni, to support returning scholarship holders and to keep in contact with the respective host institutions.
The association organises seminars, workshops and conferences. Anyone who has studied or researched in Germany, Austria or Switzerland can become a part of the association and is welcome to join!
Every second year we organize a plenary meeting to discuss recent developments and projects, we also elect a new board. The DAAD supports the Alumni Association by financing projects, seminars and conferences upon application.
In 2016, the DAAD supported three alumni seminars:
- Biotechnology for sustainable development (Dr. Karen Trchounyan)
- Land Administration and management: Challenges, issues and solutions (Dr. Vache Kalashyan)
- Research on parasitic and other pathogenes in Armenia: state of the art (Dr. Hasmik Gevorgyan)
Many other events and information seminars were held. For more information visit the Facebook page of AADL.
Currently, the association has 183 members. Since 2016 on the board of the alumni association are:
- Meri Navasardyan – Chairwoman
- Dr. Artavazd Tadevosyan
- Dr. Yelena Etaryan
- Eliza Ghazaryan
- Nana Berberyan
- Dr. Karen Trchounyan
- Dr. Anna Wardanyan
- Loreta Adamyan
- Liana Safaryan
- Armine Apresyan
- Myasnik Margaryan
- Sargis Abrahamyan
- Anna Vardanyants
For more information visit the DAAD information centre in Yerevan.
We are there for you:
Phone consultation hours:
Monday- 12:30-13:30 (+374 33 12 58 58)
Thursday-17:30-18:30 (+374 33 12 58 58)
Zoom consultation hours:
Monday- 𝟏𝟑:𝟎𝟎-𝟏𝟓:𝟎𝟎 Annegret Beier
Tuesday- 𝟏𝟑:𝟎𝟎-𝟏𝟓:𝟎𝟎 Daniel Lepetit
Wednesday- 𝟏𝟎:𝟎𝟎-𝟏𝟐:𝟎𝟎 Daniel Lepetit
Thursday- 𝟏𝟎:𝟎𝟎-𝟏𝟐:𝟎𝟎 Annegret Beier
Working languages: German, English, Russian.
The consultation at the DAAD Information Centre is based on best knowledge and practice and is offered in good faith. The DAAD Information Centre however, accepts no liability for the correctness of information.