Chabahar (IP) – Members of Iran's Chabahar International University and Pakistan's Karachi University held a meeting to discuss increasing international educational interactions.

Iran PressIran News: Head of Iran's Chabahar International University, Naser Abravesh, said on Monday: "A variety of topics, including international scholarships, the IELTS test, and cultural issues were discussed during the meeting."

He added that in this regard, students whose families live on both sides of the Rimdan border and have some kind of citizenship of the two countries would be awarded scholarships and open admission in accordance with the rules.

Stating that in Karachi, several university complexes are teaching Persian language and literature at the undergraduate level, he noted: "It was also decided that Pakistani students who are fluent in Persian language would be offered scholarships and open admissions at Chabahar International University for the next two years in various ways, in accordance with domestic procedures, in order to expand communication."

Abravesh added that after signing an MoU, an Urdu language school would be set up at Chabahar International University.

The International University of Chabahar began its work in 2002 by accepting students in eight majors in collaboration with the University of London.


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