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. In 1980, the university was renamed Sharif University of Technology.
Sharif University has enterred a new, exciting and challenging realm in offering educational services on national and international scales.In order to prepare unique, creative, flexible, socially and professionally responsible students and graduates, a pile of scientific and technical majors in both graduate and undergraduate levels are being offered.
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In spite the fact that many higher level educational centers are still offering traditional methods and majors, we have striven to keep and reinforce the older methods, meanwhile we are after designing and activating programs that fulfill the national and international requirements of the day for with regard to technical, professional and social requisites of the present century.
It's a good university theoretically but not academically , only scores matter here .
It was one of the greatest places that I could start my study from, most of the students care about their courses and scores and desire to be the toppest among the others. It has lots of entertaining places too where you can spend your leisure time in. I've been one of the best students among my same-arrival students at the campus because of studying as much as I...
The university itself was sure a great one though in terms of student life i didn’t experience a lot due to the corona virus but the first three terms before the pandemic was amazing. I was chosen by the entrance exam to study applied chemistry which was not my most favorite subject although i was always good at this subject during high school. After about a year i started...
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