Sharif University of Technology History
The Sharif University of Technology is a public university located in Tehran, Iran and it is widely considered to be the nation’s institution for engineering and physical science disciplines. It was established in the year 1966 under the region of Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, it is formerly named the Aryamehr University of Technology and within short span 1979 revolution the university called as Tehran University of Technology.
Sharif University of TechnologyPrograms, Courses, and Schools
The Sharif University of Technology offers both undergraduate and graduate programs in 15 main departments. The University has 14 science and engineering departments. The University also offers research centers in the university. The University has more than 395 administrative staff including 6,000 undergraduate students and 4,700 graduate students from all the 30 provinces of Iran.
Sharif University of Technology Campuses
The Sharif University of Technology, located in Tehran, the capital and largest city of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The campus has various resources for cultural and recreational activities including two auditoriums and some buildings. The education center provides courses and extracurricular sports programs for each man and girls, including intramural and intramural competitions. There is additionally a structure in use for cultural activities like music.
Sharif University of Technology Achievements
Sharif University of Technology, ParvizDavami, Professor Emeritus of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of the Sharif University of Technology, was awarded for his invaluable contribution in theoretical and applied development of Materials Engineering and Metallurgy in Iran.
Sharif University of Technology USP
The Sharif University of Technology, In the 2013 Academic Ranking of World Universities Engineering/Technology and Computer Sciences rankings, SUT is ranked 5th in the Middle East. It is in the top 251–275 universities in the world and 37th in Asia in the 2014 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. In the 2014 Times Higher Education top 100 for newer universities (less than 50 years old), SUT ranked 1st in the Middle East, 6th in Asia, and 27th in the world.
Sharif University of Technology Notable Alumni
Maryam Mirzakhani (Mathematician), Adel Ferdosipour (Iranian journalist), Mohammad-Ali Najafi (Former Mayor of Tehran), Ali Daei (Iranian footballer), Maryam Rajavi (Political leader).
Student Faculty Ratio