University of Tehran

The University of Tehran was inaugurated in 1934, 84 years ago. The academic staff of the University consists of 1650 full-time faculty members with several hundred part-time and adjunct professors and affiliated members both national and international. The University has 19,000 undergraduate and 13,000 graduate students. The University of Tehran as a comprehensive university offers Bachelor, Master's and Doctoral degrees in Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Biological Sciences, Physical sciences, Agricultural sciences, business, Engineering, Environmental science, Forest resources, Journalism and mass communication, Management, Psychology, Education, and Veterinary medicine. The University of Tehran is determined to build on its past achievements and so enhance its research and teaching. Teaching and research excellence remain core to the mission of the University of Tehran. UT ranked as the nation's first and most innovative university over the years and recognized with a good reputation through the world, it continues to stand out among Iranian universities. The latest world ranking position for the University of Tehran is as follows: