In an interview with ISCA, Dr. Ebrahim Vasheghani Farahani noted that IAU higher educational activities follow Iran’s system upstream documents, and with the cooperation of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology it provides advanced educational facilities for young applicants.
“Further developing higher education in Islamic Azad University can undoubtedly reduce student migration even more,” he said, explaining that student migration causes serious problems both culturally and economically for the country.
Dr. Farahani also mentioned the IAU’s native admission policy and noted that, “the national expansion of higher education is based on rigorous standards so students are able to continue their education at the Masters and PhD level in their own city or province.”
He also pointed to SAHA (System of Azad Cooperative Labs) which is a national project and integrating more than 7 thousand and 6 hundred labs, and 3 thousand and 4 hundred workshops which all researchers, students, and IAU faculty members can use.
IAU Deputy of Research and Technology finally added that IAU is always trying to advance higher education and eliminating shortcomings and that “we hope to appropriately develop higher education by adhering to standards.”