۷ مهر ۱۴۰۱ |۳ ربیع‌الاول ۱۴۴۴ | Sep 29, 2022
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16 August 2022 - 12:32
Al-Mustafa University

While pointing to the linguistic diversity of education offered at Al-Mustafa University, Hujjat al-Islam Abbasi stated that Al-Mustafa proudly hosts scholars from different religions and Islamic sects and emphasized,” Al-Mustafa University's doors are always open to all those who are interested in different religions and we cordially welcome them.”

Hawzah News Agency- Chancellor of Al-Mustafa International University Hujjat al- Islam Ali Abbasi, had a meeting with Dragan Todorović, the ambassador of Serbia to the Islamic Republic of Iran during which he described Al-Mustafa University as the home of all the nations and cultures of the world and stated,” the unprecedented admission of scholars from 130 nationalities demonstrates the depth of the scientific and educational activities of Al-Mustafa University in the international arena.”

The chancellor of Al-Mustafa International University presented a report on the membership of Al-Mustafa University in the international academic unions of the world and stated,” Al-Mustafa University is a member of the Union of Universities, International Association of Universities, International Association of University Presidents, Association of Universities of the Islamic World, International Council of Virtual Universities and Association of Asian and Pacific Universities.”

Hujjat al-Islam Abbasi while presenting a report on the scientific activities of Al-Mustafa University in the international arena, emphasized the importance of boosting the relationship with the world's academic institutions and stated, "Al-Mustafa University currently offers 170 courses and orientations at different levels up to the doctoral level in the three areas of Islamic sciences. It offers humanities and language and culture courses as well.”

While pointing to the linguistic diversity of education at Al-Mustafa University, he stated that Al-Mustafa proudly hosts scholars from different religions and Islamic sects and emphasized,” Al-Mustafa University's doors are always open to all those who are interested in different religions and we cordially welcome them.”

At the end of the meeting, Hujjat al -Islam Abbasi considered Iran's cultural affinity with Eastern European countries as an important platform for expanding cooperation and noted, “the close cultural and friendly ties between the two nations of Iran and Serbia, as well as the development of academic relations between the two countries' academic institutions, has a significant impact on other cultural and social aspects; the development of deeper cultural and scientific ties will be very effective in deepening the relations between the two countries and the two governments.”

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