Iran, top 100 foreign universities to hold joint courses

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Tehran (ISNA) –Joint courses between domestic universities and top 100 universities across the world will be held in near future, Iranian deputyminister for international scientific cooperationHossein SalarAmoli announced.

“To expand the international relations of domestic universities and promote scientific and training activities with top 100 universities across the world, the courses will be held from September 2017,” he said in an interview with ISNA.

“The joint courses will be expanded in September even if currently there are scientific activities between our countries and top foreign universities,” Amoli added.

Pointing to US President Donald Trump’s order to ban Iranian from entering the country, he said: “some countries’ political decisions cannot affect internal and external joint scientific activities”.

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