Iran, Poland to exchange students, professors

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Tehran (ISNA) – Iran’s Science and Research Branch of Islamic Azad University signed a cooperation agreement with the University of Warsaw, in compliance with EU’s Erasmus Plus framework for two years.

The deal has been signed by deputy of the Science and Research Branch, Ghasem Amo-Abedini and University of Warsaw’s research deputy.

The process of exchanging students and faculty members between the two  universities will be at EU’s Erasmus expense, according to the deal signed within Erasmus Plus framework.

The Erasmus plan follows the purpose of exchanging faculty members and special students from EU member states which has also been broadened to non-member countries. The plan is based on bilateral relations between European and non-European universities in order to exchange students and faculty members.

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