St Theresa Medical University



  • Tution Fees $2500
  • Accommodation Fees $800
  • Food Indian Veg. Food
  • Duration 5 Year + 1 Year Internship
  • Location 54a Mesrop Mashtots Ave, Yerevan, Armenia
  • Degree MD = M.B.B.S


Founded in 1992 by L. L. Hambardzumyan, St. Theresa Medical University (STMU), Yerevan is one of the leading Medical University in Armenia. STMU is constantly improving its facilities and quality of education to cope up with changing technologies and developments in the sector of Medical Education.

The management team of the University is very much experienced and open to adopting latest trends and standards in higher education.

St. Theresa Medical University is all set to welcome foreign students from all over the world and providing English Language education for its foreign students, Teaching Faculties in the University are highly experienced and friendly and cooperative with all students, St. Theresa University also provides eminent guest faculties from different countries in the world.

New Curriculum and education programs are been introduced in St. Theresa Medical University to match with syllabus and curriculum of different nations like India for the benefits of Foreign students, Medical Education program for 5years is also available in STMU

About City

History of Yerevan began in the eighth century BC when the fortress of Erebuni was founded in 782 BC by king Argishti I. Since then, the Armenian capital has been one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Yerevan, due to its location was always the center of battles, invasions and clashes by its neighboring empires - Arab, Persian, Ottoman and Russian. The city was leveled to the ground several times not only by invaders but also by natural disasters like earthquakes. Not much of ancient Yerevan has been preserved to this day. The ruins of the Erebuni fortress that give testimony of the greatness of Armenian culture and history are one of the few examples. After the first world war, Yerevan was a small town with only around thirty thousand inhabitants. The survivors of Armenian Genocide started to come back to their fatherland and settle there. In the twentieth century, Armenia became a part of the Soviet Union and Yerevan expanded rapidly during those times. The population grew to around one million within a century.

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Armenia didn't handle the transition from communism to free market economy very well and many factories, state farms and other forms of industry stopped operating causing many problems in the country's economy. Nowadays, Yerevan is being reconstructed and it reminds a big construction site. There are many new investments in the area although the level of poverty and the shadows of past times of the Communism Era are still clearly noticeable. However, don't let this discourage you from visiting Yerevan in Armenia as it has a lot to offer culturally and historically (more than you would expect from such a small country), not to mention beautiful scenery and nature.

About Armenia

Armenia was a regional empire with a rich culture in the years leading up to the 1st Century CE, at one period controlling all the land between the Black and Caspian Seas. In 301, Armenia was the first state to formally adopt Christianity as its official state religion, twelve years before Rome. It also changed between various dynasties. But after Parthian (Iranian), Roman, Arab, Mongol and Persian occupation, Armenia had been substantially weakened. In 1454, the Ottoman Empire and Safavid Persia divided Armenia among themselves.

Armenia, situated along the route of the Great Silk Road, is a landlocked country of rugged mountains and extinct volcanoes, located in the southern Caucasus, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. It is the smallest of the former Soviet republics, bounded by Georgia on the north, Azerbaijan on the east, Iran on the south, and Turkey on the west.