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Leipzig University, TVU Sign MoU
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Leipzig University, TVU Sign MoU

The Technical and Vocational University (TVU) of Iran has signed a memorandum of understanding with Germany’s Leipzig University. It was signed in Tehran by Jasb Nikfar director of international affairs at TVU and a delegation from Leipzig University visiting Iran, ISNA reported. Both sides underlined the need for and significance of collaboration in the field of industry and academia. Nikfar noted that the TVU has a history of cooperation with German universities, saying the MoU focuses on “training entrepreneurs and creative managers in the automotive sector.” Both sides will cooperate to provide curricula and technical material corresponding to the needs of the sector, he added.  TVU is a higher education institution certified by the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology and is responsible for technical and vocational colleges across the country. Its main objective is training technicians in engineering majors. The university has more than 176 schools and colleges and over 180,000 students. It is one of the largest higher education institutions in Iran.

 

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