• 26 November 2017 - 19:09
  • News Code: 329596
Afghan students

Imam Khomeini International University welcomes talented Afghan students, a senior official of the Iranian university said on Sunday.

'We are looking for talented Afghan students to study at Imam Khomeini International University (IKIU) using scholarships from Iran's Ministry of Science, Research and Technology,' Deputy Chancellor of Roohullah Bayat said, following an MoU signed with an Afghan academic institute.

'The IKIU has been enjoying a progressive process of signing MoUs with various universities of the world, as the university has signed 12 MoUs during the past four years,' he said.

IKIU as a member of The Silk Road Universities Network is trying to enhance its cooperation with other member universities, as a step towards boosting cultural-scientific relations with word universities.

Referring to the MoUs IKIU has signed or will sign with three universities of Spain, namely Valencian International University, Carlos III University of Madrid and Autonomous University of Madrid, he said that the Iranian university is going to sign an MoU with the Polish Jagiellonian University and the Malaysian University of Malaya in the near future.

Besides 600 non-Iranian students learning he Persian language at IKIU, currently 500 foreign students are studying in various majors at the Iranian university.

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