IELTS Test Centers in Armenia

By | July 22, 2020

IELTS Testing Centres in Armenia

In total, there are 2 test locations in Armenia that offer IELTS exams. You can select the one which is closer to you.

List of cities in Armenia where you can take the IELTS tests

  • Yerevan

There are two types of test format available for IELTS exams: paper-based or computer-delivered. For both formats, the Speaking Section is done with a real IELTS examiner on a face-to-face basis.

1. Yerevan, Armenia – British Council – AUA

Street Address: 402 Room 9 Alex Manoogian Street

Telephone Number: +37410 552 945

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2. Yerevan, Armenia – Armenian State Pedagogical University

Street Address: 13 Alex Manoogian street, 4th floor, room 404, Yerevan

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IELTS Test Dates Testing Locations Types of Exam Registration Fee (AMD)
2020/07/25 Yerevan IELTS Academic 97000
2020/08/22 Yerevan IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training 97000
2020/09/12 Yerevan IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training 97000
2020/09/26 Yerevan IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training 97000
2020/10/10 Yerevan IELTS Academic 97000
2020/10/24 Yerevan IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training 97000

IELTS Exam Fee in Armenia

According to the test maker – British Council, the current cost to take IELTS test in Armenia is 97000 AMD.  For future price, please visit the above website URL.

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IELTS Test Centers in Armenia

Politics and law


According to the constitution passed by referendum on July 5, 1995, Armenia was a presidential republic with a multi-party system. With two constitutional revisions confirmed in further referendums on November 27, 2005 and December 6, 2015, the presidential system was first converted into a semi-presidential and then into a parliamentary system. The President is elected by Parliament for a seven-year term (previously elected for five years, one re-election was possible). His competencies are essentially limited to representative tasks. The former far-reaching powers and powers of the head of state were transferred to the government, which is responsible to parliament and controlled by him, and chaired by the prime minister. The legislature, the National Assembly, with 105 members, it is elected for a legislative period of 5 years according to a modified proportional representation. There is a threshold clause of 5%, for party alliances of 7%. If a party fails to win at least 54% of the seats alone or with a coalition partner, a runoff election between the two strongest parties will be necessary. The judicial review is carried out by the Constitutional Court (5 judges elected by Parliament and 4 judges appointed by the President).

National symbols

The national flag shows the colors red, blue and orange in uniform horizontal stripes.

The coat of arms was introduced in July 1919 and after the abolition of the coat of arms of the former Armenian Socialist Soviet Republic, which was valid from 1937-92, has been the state coat of arms again since 1992. The coat of arms is quartered by two silver threads. In the heart shield it shows Mount Ararat , on the other four fields emblems of various former ruling families. Shield bearers are eagles and lions.

National holiday: September 21 (referendum day) commemorates the referendum for the creation of an independent state in 1991.


Since the introduction of the multi-party system, an unstable, fragmented party landscape, strongly influenced by founding and / or leadership personalities, has emerged. Important parties, some of which form electoral alliances, are the Republican Party of Armenia (HHK; founded 1990, national conservative), the Blooming Armenia Party (BHK; founded 2004, conservative, is considered to be pro-Russian), the Armenian Revolutionary Federation – Daschnakzutjun (HHD; founded 1890, social democratic), the Shining Armenia party (founded in 2015, liberal, pro-Western), the Rule of Law Party (OEK; founded 1998, centrist), the party Das Erbe (founded 2002, nationally liberal), the Armenian National Congress (HAK; formed in 2008 as a party alliance, Constituted as a party in 2013, centrist) and the three-party alliance Jelk (»Auseg«; Check thedressexplorer to see Top 10 Sights in Armenia.


Around 20 individual trade unions are represented in the Armenian Federation of Trade Unions.


The total strength of the army is about 44,800 men. Military service lasts 24 months. The army (41,800 men) is divided into five “army corps” with strong brigades. The Air Force has 1,100 men. There are also paramilitary groups (around 4,300 men). Defense spending represents (2018) 4.3% of gross domestic product (GDP).


Armenia is administratively divided into 10 districts (Armenian marzer, singular marz) and the capital Yerevan.

Administrative division in Armenia

Administrative structure (2017)
district Population capital city
Aragazotn 128 500 Ashtarak
Ararat 258 400 Artashat
Armavir 265 800 Armavir
Gegharkunik 230 700 Gawar
Kotaik 252 800 Hrasdan
Lori 221 100 Vanadzor
Shirak 239 300 Gyumri
Sjunik 138 900 Kapan
Tavush 124 500 Ijevan
Vajoz Dzor 50 300 Yeghegnadzor
Yerevan (city) 1 075 800


There is general compulsory schooling from the age of 7 and a pre-school offer open to all children from 2 years (kindergarten). The three-level school system is divided into the three-year primary level (elementary school) and the six-year intermediate level (intermediate educational qualification), which is optionally followed by a two-year general upper level (qualification: university entrance qualification) or a two-year technical college or technical upper level. In addition to the public schools, which are free to attend, there are private schools that charge tuition fees. In the tertiary sector there is in addition to the State University of Yerevan (founded in 1919) and the State University of Engineering in Yerevan around 36 state and private higher education institutions. – Public spending on education represents (2014) 2.2% of gross domestic product (GDP). The adult literacy rate (15 year olds and older) is 99%.