3 English Teaching Assistant Award
Accepted Degree Levels
Grant PeriodSeptember Start
Grant Length9 Months
The Fulbright Program in Armenia seeks to strengthen educational and cultural relationships between the United States and Armenia, and U.S. Fulbright grantees to Armenia will find a dynamic and rewarding environment in which to teach.
Grants will begin in September 2024 and end in June 2025.
Grant Length: 9 months.
All grantees are required to attend a pre-departure orientation in June or July as a condition of their grant. The event is organized by IIE, virtual or in-person.
The U.S. Embassy will arrange an in-country orientation with the participation of the embassy section representatives that will be relevant to the grantees' stay in the country.
Well-rounded, articulate graduating seniors or recent graduates with an interest in international education and the initiative to teach conversational English at all levels will be considered. Undergraduate degrees in the humanities and social sciences, with a focus on English, American studies, or education, are highly preferred. Successful candidates will not just be teaching English, but explaining the U.S. to local citizens who have little contextual understanding of America. Previous teaching experience is preferred. Successful candidates must be articulate, fluent English speakers and very self-directed.
Degree Level of Applicant
Foreign Language Proficiency
Additional Information: Knowledge of Armenian or Russian is helpful, but not expected.
- Secondary School
- University/Post-Secondary Institution
- Other Educational/Community Institution
The U.S. Embassy primarily focuses on placements at the universities.
- Capital City
Grantees will be expected to arrange their housing. If requested the U.S. Embassy can provide additional guidance.