Director of IAU International Academic Cooperation Bureau:

IAU Cooperation Offices to be Launched in 11 Countries

Saturday, February 13, 2016 - 20:26

The director of International Scientific Cooperation of Islamic Azad University has announced the initiation of a new phase of international scientific cooperation with the world.

According to an ANA (Azad News Agency) report, Maryam Malek-nejad explained that measures have been taken in order to launch IAU international cooperation offices. The purpose of these offices is to develop international scientific collaboration, facilitate international, elite, and higher education admissions, expand the capabilities of IAU, and focus on Iranian living in other countries.

“Our strategic partners are Russia, Austria, Italy, France, England, Germany, Canada, and other target countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Turkmenistan, UAE, Oman. We are also looking at different countries in Europe and Africa,” said Malek-nejad, adding that the electronic branch in Russia will admit students in near future.

She continued that the opening of cooperation offices in Russia, Austria, Italy, France, England, Germany, Canada, Slovakia, Finland, Brazil and New Zealand has been approved by the Board of Trustees and they will soon begin operation. Initial talks have been concluded with Slovakia, Finland, Brazil, New Zealand, England, and Mexico and the necessary agreements are in place.

She concluded that the first phase of IAU cooperation plans cover Russia, Slovakia, and Italy.

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