IAU Attempts to Admit Students from Muslim Countries / IAU to Exchange Students with World Reputable Universities
The president of Islamic Azad University has stated that the university General Directorate of International Affairs' top priority is the continues quantitative and qualitative development.
According to an ISCA report, Dr. Farhad Rahbar explained that, as a great brick-and-mortar university, IAU is expected to play roles in Iran and the world.
In the inaugural ceremony for the head of IAU General Directorate of International Affairs, Dr. Rahbar spoke of the number of IAU non-Iranian students and stated that 10 thousand students are studying in this university right now which undoubtedly will be increased based on the university’s long-term planning.
Dr. Rahbar emphasized that the neighboring and Muslim countries have a population which we have not created any educational plans for them.
The IAU president noted that continues quantitative and qualitative development must be placed in agenda, “more efforts should be made to admit students from neighboring and Muslims countries such as Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Azerbaijan, etc.”
Dr. Rahbar also paid particular attention to IAU potential which must be dedicated to all Muslims in the world, “the signed MoUs have to be operationalized as soon as possible,” he added that the issue of exchanging students with world’s leading universities should to be considered.