TUMO Labs represents the educational direction of the EU TUMO Convergence Center. This tuition-free applied science and engineering hub connects higher-education with industry. Anyone over the age of 18 can participate in the program designed specifically for TUMO Labs.

The TUMO Labs education program is based on the just-in-time methodology so that our projects and guided self-learning content corresponds to the constantly evolving tech and science industries.

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The TUMO Labs education program consists of guided self-learning and project-based learning. These two complementary methods enable students to acquire knowledge and practical skills in the fields of technology, applied science, and engineering. As a result, it equips students with the competitive skills needed to succeed in a globally connected job market and economy.

The TUMO Labs self-learning is an integral part of its educational curriculum. Students master areas like Python, ML, and JS to unlock real-life projects in cooperation with industry representatives.

The TUMO Labs projects are hands-on collaborations with partners in academia and industry that explore the technologies and topics shaping the new digital age.

TUMO Labs also includes 42 Yerevan, the Armenian branch of the 42 network of programming schools. 42’s curriculum is based on a self-learning platform where students complete practical projects and refine their skills.


We’re highlighting two of our first students: data scientist Sona Gabrielyan and programmer Arthur Sahakyan. In just a short amount of time, they’ve made huge strides in their professional development.

During the early days of the pandemic, we were all trying to adapt to working from home and getting used to the new normal. But the most adaptive ones were able to take advantage of the positive aspects of quarantine.