Deputy Chief of Iran's National Elites Foundation

IAU Playing Especial Role in Supporting Elites

Monday, January 21, 2019 - 10:29

Deputy Chief of Iran's National Elites Foundation has stated that joining Islamic Azad University the universities supporting elites, living in foreign countries, can pave the way for them to return to the country.

According to an ANA report, Seyyed Hassan Hosseini met and negotiated with IAU Research and Technology deputy, Dr. Bijan Ranjbar about admitting elites living abroad.

In this meeting, Hosseini said that almost 1100 elites have returned to the country so far; 218 of them graduated from the top 20 universities in the world. He added that according to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service report, each student is spent almost 500 dollars in United State.

Deputy Chief of Iran's National Elites Foundation declared that most of Iranian professors are willing to return to the country and have a chair on teaching in universities. As he said, experts can run startups, elites are able to hold workshops and carrying out scientific projects as well.

Hosseini finally said that a website has been designed for applicants, willing to cooperate with university in doing projects. Enthusiasts can check various scientific projects in this website, apply for collaboration and universities will inform them about the process in 20 days. This website is specialized for establishing startup companies and running research and development units.


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