A technical school opened within the newly established Yerevan State University in 1921, graduating its first students in 1928. In July 1930, the Armenian Construction Institute, which by this stage had departments of Architecture and Construction, Hydrology and Chemical Engineering, was established with prominent architect Mikayel Mazmanyan as its first director.
In 2014, the university was renamed the National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia (NUACA).
The National University Architecture and Construction of Armenia’s mission is to promote international Inventions in the sphere of Architecture and Construction and coordinate all inventors in Armenia
Organize International Invention Exhibition and Competitions in Armenia.
- Providing service for inventors, startups
- Training creative persons for a future talent
- Promoting intellectual property and expanding patent management support
- Handle intellectual property issues in the age of globalization