The first specialized training workshop for international relations experts

13 December 2017 | 18:38 Code : 37288 Slider News Relevant Online News
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The first specialized training workshop for international relations experts from provincial units, institutes and selected centers was held by the Scientific and International Cooperation Office, The University of Applied Science and Technology (UAST) from Dec. 2, 2017 to Dec. 4, 2017 in Iran Doc Institute, Tehran, Iran.

This workshop was implemented with the planning and management of the Office of Scientific and International Cooperation of the University and with the help of the experienced and competent experts from the University of Tehran, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Student Affairs Organization, Ministry of Science, research and Technology.

The workshop began with the speech of Prof. Omid, The President of the University of Applied Science and Technology,Associate Prof. Kouhian, Deputy Director General of the Specialized Organizations of the Center for Scientific and International Cooperation of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology and Prof. Delavar, Advisor to the President and Director General of the Office of Scientific and International Cooperation of the University.

Prof. Omid emphasized the need for the development of international relations and internationalization and employing the vacant seats of the university. So far, two thirds of the capacities of the university has been vacant and unused. This situation has caused a lot of costs to the officials of the educational centers, which often belong to the private sector, so we must expand the international relations of these vacant capacities to attract foreign students.

It is worth noting that holding this workshop is an essential step in strengthening the international infrastructure of the university to achieve the university goals set out in the 2020 Strategic Plan, and further specialized training workshops for experts (graduate students) and for the heads of the university provincial centers and institutes should continue.


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