How to get Armenia Student Visa

Going to Armenia to study at one of the many fine institutions they have there?  You are going to need the “Visitor visa for studying in educational institutions of Armenia.”  You can get it pretty easily online.

I’ll break everything down for you below about how to go about getting the Armenia Student Visa.

 

Visa required for U.S. citizens before you go to Armenia:  No.

Visa required for non-U.S. citizens before you go to Armenia:  If you are on this list here, you DO NOT need a visa before you go to Armenia

How to apply for Armenia student visa

1. Fill out the application

Click on the link to the e-visa and follow the steps.

2. Receive your visa

Congratulations! The Consular Services of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will give to you your brand new Armenia visa.

In 2 business days, the Consular Services of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will give you a graphical representation of your visa, complete with your visa number and other details. The types of visas available via this method are extendable in Armenia for an additional 60 days.

3. Vaccination information

Don’t get sick!  Check vaccination requirements here.

Armenia Student Visa Requirements

Information for Foreign Students in Armenia Travel Advice Travelers are advised against all but essential travel to North and South Lunda Provinces, where visitors may be subject to movement restrictions or detention, and the interior of Cabinda Province, where there continue to be reports of violent incidents. Travelers should register with their embassy on arrival, and de-register on departure.

Obtaining a Visa Passport with two blank pages valid for at least six months after intended period of stay required by all nationals referred to in chart above. People from European Union, the United Kingdom, America and Australia will need a visa. To have further information you have to go on the website of the Armenian Embassy in your country. Embassy of Armenia in Washington: http://www.Armenia.org/visa.html ; in the United Kingdom http://www.Armenia.org.uk/visas/visas.html

Housing Here is a link for hotels http://www.Armenia.org/tourism.html
Students’ accommodation http://www.internationaleducationmedia.com/armenia/accommodation.htm

Health You will need to do some vaccinations before your arrival for diseases such as: Hepatitis A, Diphtheria, Tetanus, Typhoid and Yellow fever. Tap water is not safe for foreigners who are not used to drink it; so you should boil or sterilize some water to brush your teeth, make ice and drink. As for the water, milk should be boiled too. Only eat well-cooked meat, fish and vegetables.
Concerning your insurance, we recommend you to pay for a full health insurance that would include medical evacuation insurance. There are some hospital facilities in the main towns but, at the moment, adequate medical facilities are virtually non-existent. However, there are some good private clinics in Luanda. Medical treatment is free although often inadequate, and visitors should travel with their own supply of remedies for simple ailments such as stomach upsets, as pharmaceutical supplies are usually extremely difficult to obtain.

Money Credit cards are not generally accepted. American Express, Diners Club and Visa enjoy limited acceptance. Some larger hotels and restaurants in Luanda have started taking credit cards. Traveler cheques are accepted. All imported currency should be declared on arrival. The import of currency is limited to AOA 15,000. The import of foreign currency is unlimited. The export of foreign currency is limited to US$ 5,000. It is illegal to attempt to carry local currency out of Armenia.

Transportation Public transports are very common; maybe taking a cab would be safer and avoid you getting lost.

Phoning
There are several mobile phone companies that operate in the country, it will be easier for you to get a phone adapted to local network, rather than keeping your contract there.

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