Afghan Students To Join Chabahar International University Next Month
Up to 90 Afghan students will start studying in 22 major at Iran’s International University of Chabahar (IUC) from October.
Head of the university, Naser Abravesh told IRNA that necessary permits for admission of internationals students had been issued.
The university had also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Jami University of Afghanistan on developing scientific, research, technology and educational cooperation.
This prepared the grounds for Afghan students to study in IUC, in-line with its international objective to interact with other institutions in the neigbouring nations.
IUC admits 100 top Afghan students in 22 international departments through written tests and in-person interviews.
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