Forms of Education
  • Full-time
  • Distant-Learning

Bachelor's Degree
  • German Language and Literature
  • Spanish Language and Literature
Master's Degree
  • German Language and Literature

The youngest Faculty of the Pedagogical University was founded with only 50 students in 2000 as the Faculty of “Faculty of Russian Philology and Romance-Germanic Languages”.

In 2003-2004, the Faculty was renamed into the “Faculty of Romance-Germanic Languages and Russian Philology”. Today, the Faculty has around 440 students. Parallel to English, the Faculty has started preparing specialists of German, French, and Spanish languages in its full-time and distant learning courses.

Since 2007, the Faculty has been renamed into the Faculty of Foreign Languages, and in 2012-2013 the departments of Russian Language and Literature joined the Faculty.

Furtheron, the Faculty has involved leading specialists of the country in the field of foreign languages teaching methods, as well as progressive and young specialists of philology. The activities of the Faculty of Foreign Languages are aimed at preparing and equipping teachers with modern methodological skillset to treat the current needs of schools.

What is more, the Faculty is cooperating with various international prestigious centres and institutions such as British Council, Goethe-Institut, DAAD, Rossotrudnichestvo, therewith contributing to the professional advancement of its teaching staff and students, exchange of experience, and the internationalisation process of the Faculty.

Last but not least, today, a major part of the students of the Faculty of Foreign Languages are working in leading institutions of both our country and abroad. The Chairs on this Faculty are also supporting this mission.


                                                                                                       Dear Student,

When you choose your profession, remember…

…that the pupils, for whom you will be the best teacher, are waiting for you

…that you shall be respected for your knowledge

…that you will be forming public opinion and bearing most of the responsibility

…that the success of a lot of projects depends on you

…that you will be representing Armenia abroad


Chair of Foreign Literature

The Chair was renamed in the mid-1930s, after splitting from the joint Chair of Literatures of the Faculty of Philology (in the 1930s) and the Chair of Russian Literature (a few years later).

Famous scientists have worked in the Chair, among them A. Grigoryan, an academician of the Academician National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia (NAS RA), Professors P. Sahakyan, E. Nuralov, K. Matinyan, T. Simyan and many others.

The Chair actively participates in different scientific and educational events. It has received many diplomas and letters of appreciation.

Since 2007, the Chair has been organizing conferences and publishing materials. To date, 14 interuniversity conferences have been held at the Chair which have been attended by representatives of different chairs of ASPU, YSU, V. Brusov State University, Institute of Literature after M. Abeghyan,as well as degree seekers and MA students of ASPU. The materials of the conferences (over 114 articles) are available in the yearbooks of the Chair.


Tel.: 55 60 30 (internal: 129)

Chair of Russian Language and its Teaching Methods

The Chair of Russian Language its Teaching Methods, established in 1922, is one of the leading centers to provide teaching of Russian language in Armenia.

The Chair carries out research in different directions, including theoretical, methodological and lexicographical research and textbook compiling.

In 2017, ASPU and Pushkin State Russian Language Institute (Moscow, Russia) signed a memorandum of cooperation which further contributes to the teaching of Russian language at ASPU, testing, improvement of professional qualifications, and training of specialists.

Within the framework of the agreement, joint Olympiads and different competitions aimed at improving knowledge of Russian language literature and culture are organized at the Chair.

The Chair has its website:


Tel.: 55 60 30 (internal: 147,148)

Chair of Romano-Germanic Languages and their Teaching Methods

The Chair was established in the 2000-2001 academic year and was meant to provide teaching of foreign languages in the Faculty of Russian Philology and Romance and Germanic Languages.

TTo bring the Chair into line with the new educational standards and as a result of structural changes in the University, the Chair was renamed Chair of Germanic Languages.

In the 2007-2008 academic year, a new academic discipline - Translation Studies - was introduced in the Chair as an optional or additional course, which includes a full set of practical translation courses and is aimed at developing written and verbal translation skills.

The Chair of Romance and Germanic Languages and their Teaching Methods was established after the merger of the Chair of Romance languages and Chair of Foreign Language Teaching Methods.

Five professors, 11 associate professors, 14 lecturers and one specialist work in the Chair.


Tel.: 55 60 30 (internal: 132)

Chair of Teaching Foreign Languages

The Chair was formerly called Chair of Foreign Languages and their Teaching Methods. In 2012, the Chair was renamed Chair of English Language Teaching and in 2017 - Chair of Teaching Foreign Languages.

Twenty lecturers, including three Candidates of Science/Associate Professors, two Candidates of Science/Lecturers and four degree seekers work in the Chair.

The Chair carries out large-scale scientific and methodological research, including the main provisions of modern methodology, requirements and strategies for foreign language teaching.

Carrying out methodological activity in all the ten faculties of the University, the lecturers of the Chair use the new teaching techniques, methods and approaches, try to localize the best practices, and solve the problems set before the Chair.


Tel.: 55 60 30 (internal: 140)

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