Her first degree is in psychology which she studied at the Yerevan State University (BA and MA). During her last year of MA her interests shifted towards ancient Greek and Roman history and theatre which she began to explore through her Master’s thesis. After that she moved to the U.K. to continue pursuing her interests in classical culture. She did an MA in Classical Studies at the University of Exeter, U.K. Following this she was granted a scholarship to continue her studies through a PhD program at the same university in the field of ancient psychology/theatre (Seneca and Ovid in particular). Meanwhile, she was a teacher assistant at the department conducting seminars on ancient drama and she spent two periods of research at the Fondation Hardt pour l’étude de l’antiquité classique, Geneva, Switzerland. Following her thesis defence she moved to Morocco and began teaching at Al-Akhawayn University. She taught Introduction to Psychology and Critical Thinking.