Belgian-Iranian universities ink agreement

Shiraz, Dec 2, IRNA – Iran’s Fasa University of Medical Sciences has signed an agreement with Belgium’s Ghent University on Tuesday.
  “The agreement was made between Fasa University’s food industry group and Ghent University’s Department of Animal production”, the PR manager of the Iranian university Amin Taslimian said.

It was signed by the chancellor of the Iranian university Mohamamd Mahdi Moghimi and Professor Stefaan De Smet, a distinguished professor at Ghent University and the head of the Department of Animal production.

“The agreement also included articles on scientific consultation, joint research activities as well as admitting students in higher education levels”, he noted.

Ghent University is a highly ranked Dutch-speaking public university located in Ghent, Belgium. It is one of the larger Flemish universities, consisting of 41,000 students and 9,000 staff members.

As of 2014, Ghent University ranks as 90th globally according to Times Higher Education, 129th according to QS World University Rankings and 70th according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities. It is therefore considered to be a top university, globally.



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