University of Tehran signs MoUs with Russian, Malaysian counterparts

The University of Tehran signed memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with HSE University of Russia and MAHSA University of Malaysia, aiming to strengthen academic and cultural relations.
The agreements were signed by President of the University of Tehran, Mohammad Moghimi, and the respective representatives of the Russian and
Malaysian universities on Tuesday in Tehran.
According to the agreements, the universities will facilitate academic exchanges, including student and staff mobility, as well as joint research and educational initiatives. The universities also plan to hold joint conferences and seminars to further scientific cooperation.
One of the agreements was inked with Head of the HSE University of Russia Nikita Anisimov and the other with Malaysia’s Ambassador to Iran Khairi Bin Omar on behalf of MAHSA University.
“These agreements are a step forward in promoting international academic collaboration,” said Moghimi. “We believe that exchanging knowledge, experiences, and cultural insights with our Russian and Malaysian partners will greatly benefit our students and staff.”
The signing ceremony took place during a meeting between Moghimi and ambassadors, embassy staff, and university heads from 12 countries, underscoring the University of Tehran’s commitment to fostering global connections and enhancing its international reputation.
The University of Tehran, Russia’s HSE University, and Malaysia’s MAHSA University all share a dedication to academic excellence and a desire to create opportunities for their students and staff to engage in cross-cultural learning and research.
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