Dr. Tehranchi:

Graduate Schools Will Solve the Problems of Graduate Employment

Sunday, February 17, 2019 - 15:47

The president of Islamic Azad University has stated that graduate schools can be a complementary factor to solve graduate employment problems.

According to IAU public relations, in the opening ceremony of IAU first Graduate School of Law, Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Tehranchi stated that during the early decades of the twentieth century in Europe, the “transition” happened from elite higher education to widespread education, which means universities focused not only on professional knowledge, but also on social and skill knowledge.

Dr. Tehranchi continued that before the existence of professional knowledge, skills were absent in universities, but humans have reached to this conclusion that through transforming hidden knowledge into the written knowledge, knowledge of skills could be created.

In this regard, he noted that three subjects including professional, skill and social knowledge are considered as important factors in universities these days, therefore, Islamic Azad University is responsible to transfer “knowledge of skills” to students.

Mentioning the role of graduate school, which is an advanced program of study focused on a particular academic discipline or profession, Dr. Tehranchi said these schools include skill and simulation workshop and students are able to experience practical knowledge in a 60-day course.

IAU president finally noted that as an excellent academic training and mentoring within a supportive environment, the main goal of higher education is solving the problems of graduate employment and Islamic Azad University is moving toward this goal which is considered as the complementary factor.

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