How do you imagine your future?
- are your current mentality, knowledge and experience sufficient for serious achievements?
- are you ready to meet the challenges of the accelerating changes and use the upcoming new opportunities?
Traditional perceptions of education and work are obsolete:
- technological development is accelerating: if your job can be divided into routine operations (e.g. accounting, translation), and its automation is viable from the business perspective, than it will be inevitably automated
- world is open: you will be influenced by factors which are out of immediate sight and not necessarily related to your profession e.g. you will be forced to compete with millions of qualified and cheap professionals from India (the country with most English speakers in the world), China and other developing countries
What kind of education do you need in such conditions not to simply survive, but to realize serious goals?
Traditional education prepares you to become a common specialist, the "Leadership Development" course prepares you to become a new generation leader.
Established leaders and professionals are sharing their experience and visions with you.
You can use your new knowledge in practice, and implement student projects.
- with networking opportunities
You can become part of a community of youth determined for future achievements.
What is required from you?
- practical desire
It is not enough to read these lines and dream: you have to work to realize your goals.
- flexible mentality
You have to be open for new knowledge and changes to meet unpredictable challenges and achieve success.
- sense of responsibility
Please do not apply just to get a certificate, entertainment, or if your value system is incompatible with leadership.
- understanding of urgency
Every passing second is diminishing your future achievement limits: you have to act now!
All interested candidates aged from 18 and up can apply.
Duration of the course is one year.
|admission exams: during the first half of August
(admission exams consist of 2 phases: essay and interview)
|lessons: September-December||exams: January|
|lessons: February-May||exams: end of May|
|practical work: during the whole duration of the course|
The study process consists of the following main parts:
- self-awareness and individual development (ie. oral, written, non-verbal [body language] communications),
- leadership basics,
- team work,
- advanced topics (ie. relationships with media, change management),
- auxiliary modules (ie. computer skills for information management, english in business communications),
- meetings with prominent figures, visits (embassies, representations and misc organizations),
- discussions, analysis of video materials with leadership theme, team games,
- practical work and student projects.
* More detailed information is given to candidates and students.
The education at the Leadership School requires payment of 200,000 AMD for the whole duration of tuition.
The Leadership School Foundation is not-for-profit organization: the mentioned sum is used mainly for implementing development projects and for expenses related to lectures.
The Leadership School is granting merit-based scholarship to the best student of the 2013-2014 course.
Please note, that it is implemented by reimbursing the paid tuition fee after each stage of the course.
The lessons are taking place twice a week during evening hours (19:00-21:00).
The lessons are held in Congress Hotel (Yerevan).
Admission information for courses in 2013 will be available beginning June 1, 2013.