Virtual meeting between Kharazmi University and  Mustansiriya University in Iraq

 | Post date: 2024/02/27 | 
On Tuesday, February 13, 2024, a virtual meeting convened between the managers of Kharazmi University's International Relations Office and their counterparts at Mustansiriya University, focusing on fostering collaboration across various domains. Mustansiriya University representatives invited Kharazmi University to participate in an upcoming academic conference, facilitating the exchange of scientific and research papers, with specific conference details to follow. Both parties discussed potential student and faculty exchanges, as well as the shared utilization of grants, laboratories, and other resources, agreeing to facilitate accommodation for visiting students and researchers. Kharazmi University pledged to share its experiences, particularly regarding Scopus-indexed journals, with Mustansiriya University, fostering collaboration in scholarly publications.

Dr. Azimi, Director of Kharazmi University's International Relations Office, led discussions on joint article publication between Iraqi and Iranian researchers, with Iraqi entities agreeing to cover associated expenses. Plans were made for comprehensive information exchange on university journals and their Scopus index status, along with exploration of joint research projects and scholarship opportunities for Kharazmi University students at Mustansiriya University. Mustansiriya University offered full scholarships to master's and doctoral students, including accommodation for female students, emphasizing the language of instruction, which can be in English or Arabic depending on the field of study.
Dr. Akbary highlighted readiness for hosting specialized workshops and emphasized the importance of Persian language education for Iraqi students intending to study at Kharazmi University, with the TPFL Center prepared to offer both online and in-person courses. Discussions also encompassed tourism programs and faculties, with plans to expedite collaborative initiatives, leveraging Kharazmi University's accreditation in tourism studies and Mustansiriya University's esteemed Tourism Faculty in Iraq. Both parties agreed to establish communication channels for collaborative tasks and activities, with a commitment to disseminate relevant information. Dr. Azimi provided an overview of the Open and Virtual Education Center's facilities and capabilities, proposing continued discussions in future online sessions with the center's management to explore collaborative opportunities further.
 

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University of Technology Delegates visited the Faculty of Chemistry of Kharazmi University

 | Post date: 2024/02/12 | 
On Monday, 29th of January, 2024, from 9:30 to 12:00, a meeting of the Iraqi delegation from University of Technology (UOT) with the Faculty of Chemistry was held in the conference hall of the Faculty of Chemistry of Kharazmi University (KhU) in the Karaj campus. The main purpose of this meeting was developing the cooperation between the Faculties of Chemistry of Kharazmi University and the Faculties of Applied Sciences and Chemical Engineering in UOT.
In this meeting, Dr. Mahdi Haji Mohammadi, an academic member of the Faculty of Chemistry, after welcoming, presented the introduction slides of the educational departments in the faculty, achievements and advanced horizons for cooperation. Also, Prof. Majid Masteri-Farahani, dean of the faculty of Chemistry invited the participants from both sides to introduce themselves and present their suggestions for the development of cooperation between two universities. In the continuation of the meeting, the dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences, and the dean of the Faculty of Chemical Engineering of UOT of Iraq, respectively, gave a short speech about the faculties of applied sciences and chemical engineering of their university, published articles, fields and research developments of those faculties.
The main agreements of this meeting included launching dual degree programs in master degrees, co-supervision and advising on postgraduate students' theses and dissertation, participation in conferences and workshops, formation of different research teams and supporting the research projects. After this meeting, the Iraqi team visited the research laboratories of the faculty of Chemistry of Kharazmi University.

 

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University of Technology Delegates visited the Faculty of Biological Sciences of Kharazmi University

 | Post date: 2024/02/12 | 
On Sunday, 28th of January, 2024, from 14:00 to 16:00, a meeting of the Iraqi delegation from University of Technology (UOT) with the Faculty of Biological Sciences of Kharazmi University (KhU) was held in the Daneshsara Hall of Kharazmi University in Tehran campus. The main purpose of this meeting was to develop cooperation between the Faculty of Biological Sciences of KhU and the Faculty of Applied Sciences (Department of Biology) of the UOT. After the recitation of the holy Qur'an, in this meeting, Dr. Mohammad Doroudian, an academic member of the faculty of Biological Sciences, started the meeting after welcoming and introducing the faculty. Then he presented slides introducing the educational departments in the faculty; achievements and advanced horizons for cooperation. Then Dr. Raid spoke on behalf of UOT about the different faculties of his university, published articles, fields and research developments of the faculty of applied sciences of UOT. In this meeting, Dr. Azam Salimi, dean of the Faculty of Biological Sciences of KhU invited academic members to introduce themselves, their research fields and their proposals for bilateral cooperation.
The main agreements of this meeting included launching of dual degree programs in M.Sc. and PhD levels, the formation of joint research teams and projects, co-supervision and advising on graduate students' theses and dissertations. It was also agreed that faculty members will participate and support in the conferences and workshops held by each of the parties.

 

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University of Technology Delegates visited the Electronic and Open and Learning Center of Kharazmi University

 | Post date: 2024/02/12 | 
On Sunday, 28th of January, 2024, an Iraqi team from University of Technology (UOT) visited the Electronic and Open and Learning Center (EOLC) at Kharazmi University. The EOLC, an Open University structure affiliated with Kharazmi University, plays a pivotal role in providing both formal and informal professional courses to the wider community. At the beginning of this meeting, Dr. Fakhari, director of EOLC warmly welcomed the Iraqi delegates and introduced the EOLC’s services and achievements, which received positive feedbacks from the Iraqi delegation. Additionally, it runs and oversees Kharazmi University Online education and holds ISO certification. Dr. Fakhari showcased the EOLC’s proprietary studio for producing e-contents and type of services the studio provides.
The Iraqi representatives expressed their interest to establish a similar facility in UOT.  EOLC is supposed to offer offer specialized training courses in areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Data Analysis, Cybersecurity, and Network Security for students, staff, and faculty members. At the end of this visit, the Iraqi delegates visited the Gemology center.

 

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University of Technology Representatives Visit Kharazmi University and Sign Agreements

 | Post date: 2024/02/11 | 
Karaj, January 31, 2024 — After a productive 5-day visit to two campuses of Kharazmi University (KhU) in Tehran and Karaj, representatives from the University of Technology gathered at the University President Hall in Karaj Campus for a momentous closing ceremony. The purpose of their visit was to strengthen collaboration and foster academic ties between the institutions.
During the meeting, held at 19:00, Professor Hasanbeigi, President of KhU, expressed his sincere gratitude to the Iraqi delegation for their visit. He commended their courage in engaging with KhU faculties and emphasized the importance of activating the agreements reached during their discussions. The Iraqi delegation was requested to work closely with KhU colleagues to implement the collaborative initiatives.
Professor Ali Haanbeigi, also extended his appreciation to all involved colleagues. He specifically acknowledged the efforts of the International Relations Office, whose dedication contributed to the success of the one-week program.
As the meeting concluded, both parties formally signed the agreements. In a gesture of goodwill, President Hasanbeigi presented the Iraqi delegation with invaluable gifts, symbolizing the strengthened bonds between the two universities.

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Collaboration between University of Technology, Iraq and Kharazmi University's Faculty of Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science Unveiled

 | Post date: 2024/02/10 | 
On the January 31, 2024, University of Technology in Baghdad engaged in a constructive dialogue with Kharazmi University's Faculty of Mathematical Sciences and Computer. Dr. Reza Orfi warmly welcomed the Iraqi delegates and presented meeting agenda to explore avenues for collaboration between the two institutions. It commenced with an insightful overview of the faculties, shedding light on their respective activities and notable research achievements. Deliberations during the session underscored the mutual benefits of collaboration, including the augmentation of academic cooperation, amplification of research endeavors, bolstering institutional credibility, and enhancing student recruitment. Moreover, the participants evinced a keen interest in fostering joint learning initiatives and promoting a culture of innovation across disciplines. In a display of proactive engagement, attendees offered diverse proposals for collaboration, encompassing student and faculty exchanges, joint teaching endeavors, collaborative research initiatives, and the organization of shared academic events such as workshops, symposiums, and conferences.
In conclusion the participants agreed on a series of actionable items, including the establishment of dual-degree programs for Master's and Ph.D. candidates, facilitating the exchange of guest professors, jointly supervising theses and dissertations, and orchestrating collaborative academic events. The delegates from both sides underscored the importance of a meticulous follow-up plan to materialize the discussed initiatives.

 

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Representatives of University of Technology- Iraq visited the Institute of Plasma Physics at Kharazmi University

 | Post date: 2024/02/10 | 
On Wednesday, February 10, 1402, from 9:30 AM to 12 PM, a joint session was held between the Institute of Plasma Physics at Kharazmi University and representatives from University of Technology- Iraq, Baghdad. The session aimed to explore common areas of collaboration and included a visit to the laboratories of the Institute of Plasma Physics at Kharazmi University.

The Iraqi delegation was warmly welcomed by Prof. Mahdian, the head of the Institute of Medical Plasma Physics. The Iraqi representatives first visited the basic and advanced laboratories of the Institute of Plasma Physics. Dr. Hajisharifi provided an overview of the Institute’s programs and introduced the machines and equipment of the relevant laboratories.

After visiting the laboratories and learning about the ongoing projects at the Institute, the Iraqi delegation was led to the meeting room of the Institute. A joint session was held with the presence of Prof. Mahdian, the head of the Institute, Prof. Majlesara, the head of the Faculty of Physics, and members of the Institute’s faculty.

During this session, after reaching agreements on educational aspects such as attracting students in the field of medical plasma and facilitating study opportunities, the establishment of an advanced medical plasma laboratory at University of Technology was discussed. Both parties reached agreements after reviewing the conditions.

Among the most important projects agreed upon by both parties in this session were studies in the field of induced laser plasma, the use of lasers in plasma diagnostic systems, plasma interaction with liquids, and plasma and biological sensors.
Dr. Ali Azimi, the Director of the International Relations Center of the Kharazmi University, was also present at this session.

 

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Collaboration between University of Technology- Iraq, Baghdad and Kharazmi University’s Faculty of Physics

 | Post date: 2024/02/10 | 
On Tuesday, February 9, 1402, from 9:30 AM to 12 PM, a joint session was held to explore the common areas of collaboration between the delegates of University of Technology and the Faculty of Physics at Kharazmi University. Esteemed faculty members from both universities participated in this session, which took place in the meeting hall of Kharazmi University’s Faculty of Physics.
At the beginning of the session, Prof. Majlesara, the respected dean of the Faculty of Physics, warmly welcomed the Iraqi delegation and provided a concise report on the status of the Faculty and its relevant departments. Subsequently, Dr. Heydari, a distinguished member of the Atomic and Molecular Physics group, presented a documented overview of their colleagues’ work and specific research areas, which was well-received by the representatives from University of Technology.
During this meeting, after exchanging views on their respective areas of interest, several agreements were reached. These agreements spanned research areas, including joint research projects, development of laboratory tools, support for theses and dissertations, co-supervision of students, and participation in multidisciplinary conferences. The session also emphasized educational aspects such as the 2+2 master’s and doctoral programs. Also, the formation of specialized working groups across various domains was discussed to explore collaboration conditions in research projects. These projects cover topics such as photovoltaic solar cells, dual-axis solar tracking systems, photo-enhanced cancer therapy methods using incremental nanoparticles, supercapacitors, high-entropy materials, liquid crystal hydrodynamics, photonic chip laboratories, optical catalysts, optical sensors, and quantum dot nanoparticles.
This collaboration aims to enhance scientific cooperation and foster meaningful academic interactions between the two institutions.

 

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AskUni Collaborates with Kharazmi University: Fostering International Education and Diversity

 | Post date: 2024/02/10 | 
On Thursday, February 7, 2024, the International Relations Office of Kharazmi University hosted a delegation from AskUni Study Abroad Agency. AskUni is an internationally recognized study abroad agency with multiple representative offices in various countries, including the Republic of Mali and Turkey. During their visit to Kharazmi University, the AskUni representatives received a warm welcome from the university’s International Relations Office managers. They were provided with an overview of collaborative scientific and international cooperation capacities, as well as admission standards for international students at different academic levels within Kharazmi University.
Mr. Diko, the CEO of AskUni, introduced their holding company, which is active in the fields of tourism, aviation, commerce, and education. One of their subsidiaries, AskUni, primarily focuses on sending students from African countries to Turkey. With the opportunity to explore Iran, they find the educational prospects in Iran appealing, especially for African Muslim students.
In this meeting, attended by a representative from the Student Affairs Organization, the CEO of AskUni expressed interest in mutual collaboration with Kharazmi University. Subsequently, a memorandum of understanding was prepared and signed by the CEO of AskUni agency and the Director of the International Relations Office at Kharazmi University. Notably, AskUni has collaboration agreements with over one hundred universities, primarily from Turkey, Cyprus, and Canada. By signing this agreement and following the necessary implementation steps, AskUni is expected to significantly contribute to Kharazmi University’s internationalization goals.

One of the objectives of Kharazmi University’s International Relations Office in collaboration with such agencies is to enhance the educational quality for international students, foster an interactive environment between domestic and foreign students, and promote diversity among international student nationalities.

 

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The meeting between Kharazmi University and Al-Mustaqbal University

 | Post date: 2024/01/24 | 
On January 23, 2024, Kharazmi University (KhU) and Almostaghbal University (UoM) colleagues from various faculties and administrative sections held an online meeting.
The participants from KhU were consisting of:
1. Dr Ali Azimi, The Director of International Relations Office (IRO)
2. Dr Mehry Akbary the deputy-director of IRO
3. Dr Hosein Mohajeri the director of Center for International Studies
4. Dr Raqad Memar, Head of the Department of Admissions and International Students Services
5. Dr Moslem Qasemi head of the department of International Partnerships and Collaborations
6. Dr Mohamad H. Karim the Director of the KhU International College.
7. And Dr Isa Zare the Director for Chancellery Office and Public Relations.

The UoM colleagues were consisting of:
1. Issam Abulazeez Mohammed, the director of Cultural Affairs
2. Azher Mohsen Abed, the dean for the faculty of Engineering
3. Dhari Jawad Al-Bayati, the Dean for the faculty of Chemical Engineering
4. Tayser Sumer Gaaz Al-Lami
5. Qusay Rasheed Abd Al-amir, The head of department of mechanics
6. Riyadh abdul abbas ali al-sultani

The meeting began at 11:30 and started with an opening speech by Dr. Hosein Mohajeri, the director of the Center for International Studies at Kharazmi University, followed by a presentation on KhU.
Dr. Issam Mohamad, the director for cultural affairs at UoM, briefed the attendees on the history of Almostaghbal University, a private university established around 2001 with over 30,000 students enrolled in a variety of faculties including medical and non-medical faculties. Dr. Mohajeri also reported the rankings of various faculties in terms of indexes by Times Higher Education Institute ranging from 300 to 1000.
The agendas set forth prior to the meeting included student and faculty exchange, collaboration in journal publication, holding mutual or on-demand workshops and seminars, summer school for engineering students from UoM, and sharing resources. During the meeting, both parties discussed various angles of the items including the costs and fees for the summer school and the Iraqi party demand for more discount on the summer school event costs.
The proposed summer school by the KhU was a response to the UoM representative’s idea seeking to send a bunch of their students from undergrad levels accompanied by some staff as their supervisors to KhU for a summer school program. A detailed summer school proposal including the courses offered, cultural and recreational activities for 15 students was laid out by KhU representative Dr. Moslem Qasemi. Finally, both parties agreed on the plan framework and decided on more elaborations in upcoming meetings.
The UoM revealed a seminar that will be held on February 17-22, 2024 and invited colleagues from KhU to join for presentation and joint-venture collaboration.

During the meeting, the UoM representatives expressed their interest in sending a group of their undergraduate students accompanied by some staff as their supervisors to KhU for a summer school program. They requested a detailed summer school plan, and in response, the KhU representative Dr. Qasemi provided details of a summer school proposal including the courses offered, cultural and recreational activities for 15 students. Both parties agreed on the overall framework and decided on more elaborations in upcoming meetings.
The UoM revealed that they will hold a seminar on February 17-22, 2024 and invited colleagues from KhU to join for presentation and joint-venture collaboration.
Regarding journal publication, the UoM party agreed to pay off for APC if they found mutual agreement for joint publication.
The meeting ended at 13:00 on the same day.
The end.

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University Collaboration Blossoms: Kharazmi University and University of Technology Forge Strong Bonds

 | Post date: 2024/01/23 | 
Tehran, January 21, 2024 — In a virtual symposium that transcended geographical boundaries, representatives from Kharazmi University (KhU) in Tehran, Iran, and the University of Technology (UoT) in Baghdad, Iraq, convened to explore avenues of collaboration. The online meeting brought together academic leaders, experts, and visionaries, all committed to fostering mutual growth and knowledge sharing. The session coordinator, Dr. Hosein Mohajeri, extended a warm welcome on behalf of KhU to the Iraqi colleagues. His opening remarks emphasized the significance of cross-university dialogue. In turn, Dr. Leith, representing UoT, reciprocated the welcome and provided an overview of the meeting’s agenda.
Dr. Ahmad Ghaban, President of UoT, conveyed his best wishes to the KhU colleagues. He expressed optimism about a productive partnership between the two universities. Dr. Ghaban also announced that UoT representatives would visit Iran for in-person negotiations with the KhU delegation. Dr. Isa Zari, Director of the Chancellery Office and Public Relations, shared the KhU president’s message with the Iraqi delegation and extended a heartfelt welcome to the UoT colleagues.
Dr. Ali Azimi, Director of the International Relations Office at KhU, expressed gratitude and assured that KhU would be an excellent host for their Iraqi friends from UoT. Dr. Mehry Akbary, Deputy Director of the International Relations Office, proposed mutual ties related to startups and incubator centers, with a focus on addressing ecosystem hazards. Both parties enthusiastically agreed to extend their collaborations, recognizing the potential for impactful joint ventures. Dr. Qasemi, Head of the International Partnerships and Collaborations Department at KhU, showcased the university’s impressive facilities and faculties. He highlighted KhU’s readiness for international collaboration.

The parties engaged in fruitful discussions on existing collaborative initiatives, including faculties and student mobility, dual degree programs, cooperation in journal publication, continuing education for staff and faculties, 2+2 undergraduate programs for the department of applied mechanics, invited supervisors and advisors, short and long-term online courses, and workshops.

The meeting concluded, leaving a trail of promising collaboration in its wake. As both universities continue to foster academic excellence, this virtual encounter marks a significant step toward mutual growth and knowledge exchange.
 

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Kharazmi University Strengthens International Ties with First Strategic Meeting with Kufa University

 | Post date: 2024/01/13 | 
In a landmark development for international academic collaboration, Kharazmi University has successfully conducted its first strategic online meeting with Kufa University on Tuesday, January 9, 2024. This meeting marks a significant step forward following the recent MoU signed during the celebrated Iran-Iraq Science Week.
The meeting was graced by the presence of  Prof. Yasir Lafta Hassoun Almansoori, the esteemed President of Kufa University, alongside key figures from the International Relations Department of Kharazmi University, including Dr. Raghad Mimmar, Dr. Ali Azimi, Dr. Mehry Akbary, Dr. Seyed Hossein Mohajeri, and Dr. Muslim Ghasemi. The session commenced with a presentation by Dr. Ghasemi, who highlighted the capabilities and infrastructure of Kharazmi University. Following this, the President of Kufa University acknowledged these achievements and outlined three main areas of collaborative interest: student exchange programs, particularly at the postgraduate level, joint bachelor's degree courses, and scientific and research partnerships. Additionally, the meeting focused on planning joint cultural and academic events. Consequently, Dr. Azimi, head of international relation office of Kharazmi University, affirmed the university's commitment to these collaborative efforts, reflecting a shared vision for academic excellence and cultural exchange.
The meeting, extending over one and a half hours, facilitated a rich exchange of ideas, setting the stage for a robust partnership. In a significant gesture of mutual cooperation and future planning, Dr. Hassoun extended an invitation to Kharazmi University to visit Kufa University.
In a post-meeting reflection, the President of Kharazmi University, Dr. Ali Hasanbeigi, expressed enthusiasm over the discussions and the potential opportunities that lie ahead. The university looks forward to the visit, aiming to bring these ambitious plans to fruition, thereby enriching the academic and cultural landscapes of both institutions.
This meeting is a testament to Kharazmi University's dedication to expanding its international horizons and fostering a global academic community.

 

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Virtual Conference with Al-Maarif University, Iraq

 | Post date: 2024/01/6 | 
On December 19, 2023, an online assembly was held in collaboration with Al-Maarif University, an institution based in Iraq.
This session was convened following Kharazmi University's active participation in the Iran-Iraq Science Week program, organized in October of the current year by the Deputy of International Scientific Cooperation, Ministry of Science, Research, and Technology of Iran.
During the Iran-Iraq Week of Science, formal collaboration agreements were established with nine prominent universities in Iraq.
The event was attended by representatives from Kharazmi University, including the university president and the head of the International Relations Office.

During the session on December 9th, the following agreements were reached and emphasized by both institutions:
1. Formation of a joint research team between the two universities to expedite scientific research collaboration and international publication of scientific articles. Al-Maarif University committed to covering the expenses associated with open-access publication of joint research findings.
2. Provision of postdoctoral programs tailored for the academic faculty of Al-Maarif University, including hybrid virtual and in-person courses planned and conducted by Kharazmi University to meet the specific requirements of Al-Maarif University.
  3. Planning and execution of educational courses for bachelor's degree students as a dual-degree program for students of both universities.
4. Hosting of graduates of Al-Maarif University undertaking their postgraduate studies at the master's and doctoral levels by Kharazmi University.
5. Emphasis on the need to convene joint scientific conferences between the two universities.
6. Planning and execution of an online workshop centered on cybersecurity, catering specifically to the educational needs of Al-Maarif University by Kharazmi University.

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The Induction Ceremony and acquaintance with Regulations for New International Students at the International Relations Center of Kharazmi University

 | Post date: 2023/12/30 | 
The induction ceremony for new international students of Kharazmi University held on December 20, 2023, witnessed the gathering of various university dignitaries in the auditorium. The ceremony commenced with the recitation of Quran verses and the playing of the national anthem of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

At first, Dr. Azimi, the esteemed Director of the International Relations Center, provided a comprehensive historical overview of the university's legacy and extended congratulations for the commencement of the new academic year, as well as the arrival of new international students to the university.
Following this, Dr. Masoumi Nia, the respected Vice-chancellor for Education and Postgraduate Study, expressed profound sympathy and unequivocally condemned the heinous acts perpetrated by the spurious Zionist regime in the massacre of the Gaza people, especially patients, children, and women. In his discourse, he underscored the pivotal role of education in addressing the socio-political crises in Afghanistan.
Subsequently, Dr. Ahmadabadi, the honorable Director of Graduate Studies, addressed the new students regarding educational regulations and important guidelines, urging compliance to prevent academic issues.
A segment of the program featured an interlude with the recitation of Hafez's poetry by Mr. Bahramian, adding a poetic dimension to the event and enriching the academic atmosphere.
Subsequently, a lively general knowledge competition was organized by the esteemed host, rewarding winning students with prizes as a token of remembrance.

Towards the end, there was an opportunity for questions and discussions with the speakers and university officials, including Dr. Azimi, Dr. Akbari, Dr. Ahmadabadi, and Dr. Sanatpour, the head of the Information and Communications Technology Center. Students received solutions to their queries and sought guidance for their problems.
This ceremonial confluence not only provided a comprehensive orientation to educational protocols and university amenities but also facilitated the assimilation and preparation of international students for a more fruitful and enjoyable academic year.

 

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Establishment of the Chinese Studies Working Group at Kharazmi University (CIS)

 | Post date: 2023/12/27 | 
In light of the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between I.R. Iran, P.R. China and the placement of the two countries' relations at a historical starting point, the Chinese Studies Working Group at the Kharazmi University Center of International Studies (CIS) commenced its activities.
The first meeting of this working group was held on Tuesday, 2023/12/26, in the International Relations Office (IRO) of the university, attended by Dr. Ali Azimi and Dr. Akbari, Dr. Mohajeri, Dr. Ghasemi, Dr. Lavasani, Dr. Pegah, and Dr. Bagheri. Toward this goal, Kharazmi University strives to establish ties and extend international cooperation with Chinese partners.  

 

 


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The esteemed Head of the Persian Language Department at Beijing Foreign Studies University paid a visit to Kharazmi University

 | Post date: 2023/10/21 | 
On Thursday, 19th of October, 2023, a team from Beijing Foreign Studies University, led by Professor Yu gui Li, the esteemed head of the Persian Language Department, paid a visit to the International Relations Office of Kharazmi University. This visit aimed to discuss and showcase the unique international capabilities of both universities, including their respective faculties, research centers, growth trajectories, and overall capabilities. The meeting underscored the importance of fostering and expanding collaborative initiatives between the two universities.
 
During the meeting, a mutual agreement was reached to facilitate the enrollment of Chinese students in Kharazmi University's TPFL Center through the auspices of the Chinese University's Persian Language Department. This arrangement will enable Chinese students to partake in in-person Persian language education at Kharazmi University. Furthermore, significant attention was placed on the potential of Kharazmi University's Language College at Virtual Education Center, particularly its capacity to foster and facilitate further collaborations between the two esteemed universities.
 

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International Fair for Study in Iran Preliminary Session 1

 | Post date: 2023/09/12 | 
The inaugural meeting of international managers, vice-presidents, and Centers for International Scientific Studies and Collaboration (CISSC) was held on Sunday, the fifth of Shahrivar 1402, at Kharazmi University in the Great Hall of 17th Shahrivar. The primary objective of convening this conference was to showcase and highlight the second major exhibition titled "Attractions of Studying in Iran."

During this meeting, attended by distinguished individuals such as Dr. Dadashpour, Deputy Minister of Science and Head of the Student Affairs Organization; Dr. Salmanpour, Deputy Director of Scholarships and International Students Affairs; Dr. Razeghi, Director General of International Students Affairs Organization; Dr. Hassan Beigi, Honorable President of Kharazmi University; Dr. Karim, Vice-chancellor for Administrative, Financial and Resource Development; Dr. Ganj Bakhsh, Vice-chancellor for Social and Cultural Affairs; Dr. Masoumi Nia, Honorable Vice-chancellor for Education and Postgraduate Study; Dr. Nasresafhani, Senior Advisor to the Honorable President of Kharazmi University; Dr. Azimi, Director of the International Relations Office of the University; as well as more than 250 representatives including vice presidents, directors of international offices, and managers of TPFL centers and Centers for the Growth of Technology Units from top Iranian universities including state universities, the Universities of Medical Sciences, Islamic Azad Universities, non-profit universities, and Payame Noor Universities, the perspectives and planned objectives of the second exhibition of the "Attractions of Studying in Iran" were presented.



The esteemed guests convened in the 17th Shahrivar Hall of the university, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The event commenced with speeches from officials and insightful presentations by esteemed ministers and university representatives. The atmosphere fostered a sense of camaraderie and encouraged open dialogue among the attendees. Dr. Hassan Beigi, the President of Kharazmi University, inaugurated the ceremony by extending his congratulations on Government Week and Employee Appreciation Day. He also paid tribute to the courageous martyrs Rajaee and Bahoner, who made the ultimate sacrifice for Islam, as well as the martyrs of Harim and Haram. Notably, he acknowledged the unwavering dedication of the defenders of health and security.



Dr. Hassan Beigi highlighted that Kharazmi University, established in 1297, holds the distinction of being the first institution of higher education and research in the country. He emphasized that the university's success is evident through its 15 faculties, 2 research institutes, and its ability to serve a diverse community of 12,000 students and employ 507 esteemed faculty members across two campuses in Tehran and Karaj.
The university president stated: "In the international section, approximately 600 students are studying at Kharazmi University. While there may be instances of unhealthy competition in the international student recruitment section, such practices have been eradicated through the astuteness of the Student Affairs Organization and the implementation of specific regulations."



The university president reiterated the importance placed on attracting outstanding international students to Kharazmi University. He emphasized the existence of a dedicated program designed to achieve this objective and expressed optimism in the collaboration between the Student Affairs Organization and the university in successfully attracting exceptional individuals from diverse countries. He expressed confidence that the conference will serve as a catalyst for positive outcomes and contribute to the advancement of both the university and our country. He also emphasized the significance of continued effective efforts in achieving these goals. Following the insightful speech by the esteemed president of Kharazmi University, Dr. Dadashpour, the Deputy Minister of Science and Head of the Student Affairs Organization, extended his congratulations for Government Week and Employee Appreciation Day and expressed his gratitude for everyone present at the event, and underscored the significance of showcasing the allure of studying in Iran's prestigious universities. The ultimate objective is to position Iran as a renowned and reputable destination for international students worldwide.
Considering the importance of increasing the attraction of studying in Iran, he mentioned: "If we achieve this enhancement, we will be able to successfully attract a substantial number of international students to our country's universities and attain highly favorable outcomes." According to the head of the Student Affairs Organization, there is significant global mobility among the student population, and these shifts in the scientific landscape have brought about numerous changes in the global distribution of students pursuing their studies.



The Deputy Minister of Science emphasized, "Upon analyzing the advancements in the third millennium, it becomes evident that the leading countries excelling in terms of student mobility and scientific advancements are primarily located in the Americas, followed by select European nations and Australia. However, the landscape has now undergone a significant shift, with countries such as China, Russia, and Turkey from the Asian continent also actively participating in this cycle. As a result, those of us who previously considered obtaining a place for international students as a daunting task a decade ago, now find ourselves filled with hope as we endeavor to attract an even larger number of students from around the world."

According to Dr. Dadashpour, projections indicate that over the next eight years, there will be a migration of more than 10 million students. Therefore, we must undertake the necessary preparations in this area. With this goal in mind, there has been a shift in the attitudes within the Student Affairs Organization. Through our investigations in this sector, we have determined that there are essential capabilities available in Iran. However, we also identified obstacles that are impeding our progress in achieving this objective.
He further emphasized that upon examining other nations, we have come to the realization that these countries have adopted a global approach to attracting international students and diversifying their appeal, and they have successfully, benefited from a total of 181 countries in this regard. However, Iran's contribution to this type of diversity in attracting international students remains relatively low, as we have only managed to attract students from a limited number of countries.
The Head of the Student Affairs Organization stated that attracting international students is one of the important issues in the scientific diplomacy of the country. He explicitly mentioned: "The best channel and communication method for understanding and familiarizing oneself with a country's market is through international students. If your goal is to also achieve scientific diplomacy, you must consider delving into this field. Because generally, researchers and scholars who graduate from a country have a greater interest in that country."

Dr. Dadashpour highlighted the strategic utilization of international students to advance scientific, economic, cultural, social, and political diplomacy by all developed nations, and asserted that undoubtedly, future international relations between countries will rely heavily on the presence of international students. This is because when these students enter the field of economics after graduation, they have the potential to reinforce their home country's market connections with the country where they studied. Moreover, if these students are integrated into the administrative and political systems, they can actively contribute to nurturing and maintaining these relationships in those areas.



The Deputy Minister of Science, Research, and Technology expressed that during our time serving in the Student Affairs Organization, we successfully formulated a program known as "Student Diplomacy". The primary objective of this program was to address challenges, eliminate barriers, and foster the interest of international students in studying in our country. Moreover, we aimed to inspire universities to actively embrace and pursue endeavors in this direction. Naturally, the task of eliminating such barriers is not an easy one, given the complexity and multitude of factors at play in this field. This challenge is further compounded by the various devices and systems that are involved in the process. However, if all institutions adopt a new perspective, they can create an atmosphere that maximally attracts international students to the country, consequently boosting the country's standing in international forums.

In conclusion, he announced that the upcoming second exhibition promoting the attractions of studying in Iran is scheduled to take place from 23rd to 27th Aban 1402, between 10:00 AM and 8:00 PM at Tehran's Great Mosalla. All key figures involved in international student recruitment efforts in the country will be participating in the event. Alongside the exhibition, two festivals, namely "Culture of Nations" and "Festival of Arts" are also planned to enhance understanding and appreciation of different cultures and ethnicities, as well as showcase and celebrate the rich cultural diversity.

Following Dr. Dadashpour's introduction, Dr. Mohammadi Saani, the Executive Secretary of the exhibition, provided detailed explanations of various aspects of the exhibition. These explanations included insights on the registration process on the exhibition's website, arrangements and numbers of booths, the involvement of domestic media, the designated meeting place for ambassadors, foreign liaisons, and Iranian presidents, and the production of captivating films and clips to introduce the attractions of the country's universities to foreign participants attending the exhibition.



The question and answer session began with the presence of Dr. Salmanpour, Dr. Mohammadi Saani, Dr. Razeghi, and Dr. Mansouri and continued until prayer time and the lunch break. Between 1:30 PM and 3:30 PM, the panel members attentively addressed concerns raised by managers and vice-chancellors from various universities in the country regarding exhibition setup and related matters.



The next session of this series of conferences will be held soon, once again hosted by Kharazmi University, with the participation of representatives from top universities in the country. 

 

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Prospectus & Admission Booklet 2023

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Prospectus & Admission Booklet 2023

Burau of International Scientific Cooperation, Kharazmi University is pleased to announce that the new and updated version of Kharazmi University Prospectus 2023 and Admissions Booklet 2023 are now available on our website, where applicants will find related information about the university and apply to Kharazmi University, as the First Higher Education Institute in Iran, since 1919.
Prospectus 2023

Admission Booklet 2023

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New admission system for International Applicants/Students

 | Post date: 2023/05/22 | 
Bureau of International Scientific Cooperation, Kharazmi University is proudly announced the new and fully electronically admission and enrolment system for international applicants/students. The new software is accessible through the following link, affected May 5, 2023. (1402.02.15)

Accordingly, from the above-mentioned date, it is request that all new applicants ONLY register via the following link and avoid filling out previous online/offline forms or in-person contact.

It is worth mentioning that applicants must get a SAORG ID during the initial phase of registration through the software.

Kindly apply through the following link:
https://apply.khu.ac.ir

For further inquiries, please contact us at:
infokhu.ac.ir

For more information, please see the manual.

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New admission system for International Applicants/Students

 | Post date: 2023/05/22 | 
Bureau of International Scientific Cooperation, Kharazmi University is proudly announced the new and fully electronically admission and enrolment system for international applicants/students. The new software is accessible through the following link, affected May 5, 2023. (1402.02.15)

Accordingly, from the above-mentioned date, it is request that all new applicants ONLY register via the following link and avoid filling out previous online/offline forms or in-person contact.

It is worth mentioning that applicants must get a SAORG ID during the initial phase of registration through the software.

Kindly apply through the following link:
https://apply.khu.ac.ir

For further inquiries, please contact us at:
infokhu.ac.ir

For more information, please see the manual.

Bureau of International Scientific Cooperation

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