TUMO has centers in Yerevan, Dilijan, Gyumri and Stepanakert and is adding two more, in Koghb and Masis. This year, we opened our first international center in Paris, and will be opening our second one in Beirut, shortly.

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TUMO Yerevan

Halabyan 16, Yerevan, Armenia

+374 10 398 413

The flagship TUMO center opened in Yerevan, Armenia, in 2011. It got its name from Tumanyan Park, which is in turn named after the beloved Armenian author Hovhannes Tumanyan. The Yerevan center was designed by Bernard Khoury to embody TUMO’s pedagogical approach through flexibility, transparency and technological creativity. It now has over 10,000 active students.

TUMO Dilijan

Myasnikyan 63, Dilijan, Armenia

+374 268 2258

The second TUMO center, located in the town of Dilijan, opened its doors in 2013, with the support of the Central Bank of Armenia through the TUMOxCBA partnership. TUMO Dilijan gives hundreds of teenagers, some of whom come from remote villages, access to the unique TUMO learning system. The center is currently being expanded to accommodate more students from surrounding towns.

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Partnerships

Learn more about our partners who make TUMO expansion possible.

The Central Bank of Armenia partnered with us starting in 2013 to establish a TUMO in Dilijan, located in the town’s central library building. We are now working with the CBA to expand the Dilijan program to accept teenagers from surrounding villages as well.
Founded in 1906, the Armenian General Benevolent Union is dedicated to educational, cultural and humanitarian programs in Armenia and around the world. AGBU has partnered with us to bring TUMO to Gyumri and Stepanakert, reaching over 3,000 teenagers.
In partnership with the Koghb Foundation, and with the generous support of donors including the Eksertyan, Simsiroglu and Deretjyan families from Buenos Aires, we are now building a new center in Koghb. It will accommodate hundreds of teens from the northeast of Armenia.