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PNU took its first intake at 5 study fields at 28 local study centers. Presently, the university has 3,500 academic members and 1,101,182 national and international students.
Its name means "The message of Light" in Persian.
Tehran • Human Resources, Social Work • Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Cultural Studies
One of the strategic roles and missions of Farhangian University is empowerment and promotion of general competencies, expertise and professionalism of teachers through training and development.
The university is the oldest, the largest and the top university among all branches of Islamic Azad University academic organization, established in 1982, originally as "Islamic Azad University of Tehran". The university campuses rest on 297,904 m² of various districts of Tehran. It offers approximately 445 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of disciplines.
Tehran • Political Science • Cultural Studies • Architecture
The University of Tehran is known as the symbol of higher education in Iran. The main campus of the University is located in the central part of the city. However, other campuses are spread across the city as well as in the suburbs such as the Baghe Negarestan Campus at the central eastern part of the city, the Northern Amirabad Campuses at the central western part of the city and the Abureyhan Campus in the suburb of the capital. The main gate of the University with its specific design and modern architecture (at Enghelab Street at the main campus) is the logo of the University and in a more general sense, a logo of education in Iran. The University is one of the city’s attractions, hosting many international and cultural events attracting academia, foreign tourists as well as local residents. The major festive of Friday Prayers of the capital is held at the University’s main campus every Friday.
University of Tehran in Tehran map (in black)
Admission to the university's renowned undergraduate and graduate programs is very competitive and is limited to the top one percent of students who pass the national entrance examination administered yearly by the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology. Tehran University consistently makes the number one choice of qualifying applicants among all other universities of Iran.
Mashhad • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Decision Support, Statistics • History • Literature • Ecology, Evolution, Environment
Before the Islamic Revolution of Iran in 1979, Ferdowsi University had taken for its ally Georgetown University of Washington, D.C., USA.
Ferdowsi was a great Persian poet who was born in 940 C.E. and died in 1020 C.E.
The University of Pennsylvania (Penn) assisted the Iranian government in transforming Shiraz University into the only institution in the Middle East based on American-style higher education. Penn thus became highly influential in shaping many of Pahlavi University's departments and institutions. Shiraz University has the second-biggest campus in Iran. It was initially designed by American architect Minoru Yamasaki, who also designed the World Trade Center.
Shiraz University has pioneered the establishment of doctoral programs in Iran. Presently the university has over 20,000 students, with 200 bachelor's degree programs (B.A., B.Sc.), 300 master's degree programs (M.A., M.Sc.), one professional degree program (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine or DVM), and 150 Ph.D. programs.
In 1982 the university was renamed to "Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz" to commemorate Mostafa Chamran.
In 1986, under national legislation, the Schools of Medicine, Health, Dental, Nursing, and Pharmacy, separated off into an independent Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences, operated under the supervision of the new Ministry of Health and Medical Education.
Kerman • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Architecture
Isfahan • Theology, Religion • Cultural Studies
The University is said to be the largest educational institution of the northern Iran among the provinces of Mazandaran, Golestan and Qazvin. Also from the structural viewpoint, it is one of the largest universities in the northern parts of Iran and currently has more than 17,000 students enrolled.
University of Isfahan offers undergraduate degrees in 70 fields and graduate degrees in 55 areas. Students can study a wide variety of courses at Bachelor, Master and Doctoral levels full-time and part-time. The University has twelve faculties and forty-five departments,. University of Isfahan includes more than five hundred full-time academic members. The student body consists of 12,000 undergraduate students and 4,500 graduate students from thirty provinces. Undergraduate admission to University of Isfahan is limited to the top 10% of students who pass the national entrance examination administered yearly by the Ministry of Sciences and Higher Education. University of Isfahan has several research centers.
Since its establishment by integration of 27 independent colleges, faculties and institutes of higher education in 1983, the university has evolved into the country’s most eminent university in humanities and social sciences.
The university was founded in 1987,and has witnessed a period of rapid growth ever since. The university has an area of 380 ha with a total building area of 24 ha. It has 400 faculty members and about 15000 students in 180 different fields in Ph.D. (37), Masters (80), and Bachelors (63) levels.
Physics • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food
Electrical, Electronic • Tourism, Catering, Hostelry, Restaurant Industry • Veterinary Sciences • Medicine, General, Internal
Zanjan • Nanotechnology
Tehran • Medicine, General, Internal
TUMS is ranked as one of Iran's top research universities, with an annual research budget of over 300 billion Rials from the government. The school trains over 13,000 students (40% of whom are women) in over 80 postgraduate programs. The school operates 15 teaching hospitals, is equipped with over 40 libraries, and publishes 34 journals, some in collaboration with academic societies.
The university operates The National Museum of Medical Sciences History as well. TUMS is accredited by Accreditation Service for International Colleges and Universities (ASIC UK)
Tehran • Astronomy, Astrophysics • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Computer Science, Robotics • Chemistry • Physics • Psychology • Literature • Sport Sciences
Today the university is one of the largest universities of Iran, with faculties of Science, Engineering, Mathematical & Computer Sciences, Persian Literature and Humanities, Psychology & Education, Physical Education & Sport Sciences and Chemistry. The university has two campuses,the main campus is in central Tehran (off Darvazeh-Dowlat and Taleghani metro stations) and one in the Hesarak area of Karaj. The current president of the university is Dr. Mohammad Ali Sobhanallahi.
The university was first founded by Habib Nafisi in 1958 and then developed by Dr. Mohammad Ali Mojtahedi, during the reign of the Pahlavi dynasty. Originally named the Tehran Polytechnic, it began its activities with five engineering departments. Six months before the victory of 1979 Iranian Revolution, Tehran Polytechnic was renamed after the famed Iranian prime minister Amir Kabir (1807–1852). With its expansion, the university now boasts fifteen science and engineering departments, and two other affiliated centers, located in Bandar Abbas and Mahshahr. There are currently around 9,100 students enrolled in the undergraduate and graduate programs. AUT has 480 full-time academic faculty members and 550 administrative employees. This gives AUT the highest staff-to-student ratio among the country's universities. The executive branch consists of four departments which receive active participation from various councils in planning and administering affairs.
AUT has signed mutual agreements with international universities for research and educational collaboration. There is a joint program between AUT and the University of Birmingham.
AUT is one of the leading universities in E-Learning systems in Iran which has begun its activities in 2004.
Amirkabir University is the pioneer of sustainable development in Iran and established the AUT's Office of Sustainability on July 2011. The activities of the Office of Sustainability contribute to AUT's campus by reducing energy consumption, costs, and emissions, and also student coursework, volunteer opportunities for students, as well as research and education academic activities on sustainable development.
The university was established as "The Shahrood College of Mines" (مدرسه عالي معدن شاهرود) in 1973, and was elevated to university status in 1994.Finally, thanks to the efforts and pursuit of university president and the staff at the time and the expansion of different programs and the development of post-graduate levels, another great achievement was gained for the university in that the Development Council of the ministry in a session dated 2002/6/9 announced his agreement with the promotion of the university to Shahrood University of technology,The university currently operates 11 faculties, offering 32 degrees to students at bachelors, masters, and PhD levels.
The significant achievements of the university from 1997 up to now are as following:
1. setting up the Ph.D. programs for mining engineering, physics and electrical engineering 2. setting up the master programs in 3. promotion of Shahrood University to Shahrood University of technology 4. the approval of long-term Academic Program of the university:
According to this program approved by the Council of Development in session dated 2002/9/16 and due to the potentials of the university, the number of programs will increase to 93 by the end of the Nation Fourth Program of Development. The university was the first university in Iran and the fourth in the world to offer Robotics Engineering at bachelors level. The university's faculty of mining and agriculture is among the best, offering numerous courses up to the PhD level. The university is among the growing universities in Iran.
This university is one of several technical universities in Iran. Technical universities of Iran include: 1.Sharif university of Technology(Aryamehr) 2.Amirkabir university of Technology(Tehran Polytechnic) 3.Iran university of Science & Technology 4.K. N. Toosi University of Technology 5.Shahrood University of Technology 6.Sahand University of Technology 7.Babol Noshirvani University of Technology
Tehran • Medicine, General, Internal • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Dentistry, Oral Surgery
The SBUMS as the 2nd largest medical university in Iran, with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in training and research is honored to have responsibility of education for more than 12500 students in field of medicine and allied medical sciences. Booklet 2015….
Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Cultural Studies
Dr. M. A. Barkhordari is currently the dean of the university.
Isfahan • Medicine, General, Internal
Isfahan University of Medical Sciences is one of the most prestigious Iranian medical schools and admission to the University is limited to the top students who pass the national entrance examination administered yearly by the Ministry of Culture and Higher Education. The university is located in southern Isfahan, Hezarjarib street. Isfahan University of Medical Sciences provides both undergraduate and graduate programs in 32 main departments. The student body consists of about 12000 students from all the 31 Provinces of Iran and some foreign countries. Funding for Isfahan University of Medical Sciences is provided by the government and some through private investments.
Tehran • Bank, Insurance • Economics • Urban Studies • Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Architecture • Cultural Studies • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Decision Support, Statistics • Law • Psychology • Earth Science • Literature
Today, there are more than 70 programs at Master's and over 30 at Ph.D. levels. Development of new facilities in the main campus paved the way for increased academic activities, so that by 1978 several other faculties became active at SBU, e.g. Faculties of Literature and Human Sciences, Basic Sciences, Law, Earth Sciences, Statistics and Informatics and Education and Psychology.
SBU combines the tradition of a classical university with the dynamic character of a modern and interdisciplinary scientific enterprise. Since 1990, the university has placed more emphasis on postgraduate, in particular PhD, and research programs, while still aiming to enhance the quality of its well-established undergraduate courses.
Students at the university are inspired by an outstanding and rewarding academic environment not only in Iran but in the region. The University and the members of the academia are at the forefront of world research in many fields and the teaching is informed by the very latest developments in each discipline. It is almost always ranked among best universities in Iran in national and international rankings. At the moment (in 2006-2007), there are 6763 BA/BSc, 4120 MA/MSc and 664 PhD students studying at the university.
Tehran • Physics • Ecology, Evolution, Environment
Established in 1966, it was formerly named the Aryamehr University of Technology and for a short period after the 1979 revolution, the university was called Tehran University of Technology. Following the revolution the university was named after Majid Sharif Vaghefi, a former student who was killed in 1975.
Today, the university provides both undergraduate and graduate programs in 15 main departments. The student body consists of about 6,000 undergraduate students and 4,700 graduate students from all the 30 provinces of Iran. Funding for Sharif University is provided by the government and through private funding. Undergraduate admission to Sharif is limited to the top 1 percent of students who pass the national entrance examination administered annually by the Iranian Ministry of Science, Research and Technology.
In the 2013 Academic Ranking of World Universities Engineering/Technology and Computer Sciences rankings, SUT is ranked 5th in the Middle East. It is in the top 251-275 universities in the world and 37th in Asia in the 2014 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. In the 2014 Times Higher Education top 100 for newer universities (less than 50 years old), SUT ranked 1st in the Middle East, 6th in Asia, and 27th in the world.
Khomeyni Shahr • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food
Isfahan university of technology is not to be confused with University of Isfahan which is located in southern Isfahan.
Kermanshah • Nanotechnology
It is a center of research in many STEM fields such as CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics), membrane research, nano-science and nanotechnology. Razi University is ranked first in western Iran and third among Iran's public universities. The school's Science and Engineering departments attract many Iranian high school graduates as well as many graduate school applicants from all over Iran with a majority admitted from western provinces.
The university has over 8,000 students, enrolled in several bachelor's (B.A., B.S.), master's (M.A., M.S.), and Ph.D. programs.
Meteorology, Atmospheric Sciences • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
Shiraz • Medicine, General, Internal • Health Care Sciences, Services
With 13 hospitals, SUMS is a regional health care provider and the main medical center in Fars Province.