TUMO Armenian Innovative School opened its first branch in Portugal. The new center of creative technologies TUMO in the city of Coimbra became the 11th branch of the school outside of Armenia. TUMO Coimbra will host 1,500 students aged 12 to 18 who will acquire skills in eight areas at the intersection of technology and creativity. photography, animation, music, game development, programming, graphic design, cinema and robotics. An inspiring fact is that about 25% of teenagers from 12 to 18 years old in Coimbra signed up for admission to the branch of the Armenian Innovative School, but the number of places, unfortunately, is limited. And more than 400 families attended its opening.
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Armenian know-how TUMO opens up its branch in Portugal