Universities in Tehran
Sharif University of Technology is one of the largest engineering schools in the Islamic Republic of Iran. It was established in 1966 under the name of Aryarmehr University of Technology and, at that time, there were 54 faculty members and a total of 412 students who were selected by national examination.
For more than 20 years, USWR has made significant contributions to the improvement process of rehabilitation in Iran. USWR is proud to be a partner with research institutions and industry nationally and also in the region. We currently have partnerships in different organizations and countries.
Shahid Beheshti University (SBU) is one of the most prestigious universities in Iran. Established in 1959, SBU combines the tradition of a classical university with the dynamic character of a modern and interdisciplinary scientific enterprise.
Alzahra University is the symbol of women's education in Iran. It has been an unrivalled forerunner in empowering Iranian women through education and has worked hard, now for more than 60 years, to educate women who are knowledgeable, dedicated, confident and competent.
The academic staff of the University consists of 1,650 full-time faculty members and several hundred part-time and adjunct professors and affiliated members. The University of Tehran has a broad range of international adjunct faculty members. The University also employs 3,000 personnel who work at the different offices, institutes and centers.