National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia (former YSUAC)

The history of the Armenian School of Architecture and Construction started in 1921, with the opening of a Technical School in Yerevan State University. In July 1930, the Armenian Construction Institute was founded. In February 1933, it was restructured into the Polytechnic Institute. Pursuant to the Decree N339 of July 11, 1989 of the USSR Council of Ministers, on the basis of the related departments and chairs of the Yerevan Polytechnic Institute, the Architectural/Construction Institute was established which was renamed as the Yerevan State University of Architecture and Construction and involves today about 4000 students and more than 700 employees. YSUAC is only university in Armenia in the field of Architecture and Construction. Basic activity is Higher Education, Post-Graduate Professional Education, Scientific Research and Development. YSUAC has established international cooperation with many countries in Asia, Europe and America. The main management body is Council.

According to the decision of the Government of RA N80-N, the Yerevan State Unviersity of Architecture and Construction (state non-commercial organization) was restructured into the National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia (foundation)
(formally notified to the coordinator on December 26, 2014)