International Academic Relations Office


International Academic Relations Office

 

Dr. Ahmad Nasseri

Director, International Affairs

 

Phone: +98 - 54 - 31136577
Email: nasseri@acc.usb.ac.ir

 

 

 

While relatively young, the University of Sistan and Baluchestan (USB) has journeyed a long and productive way up since its foundation in 1975. USB is now one of the biggest universities in Iran, with great achievements in various aspects. This demonstrates the potential and capabilities of the young USB for which we take a big pride. I would like to invite you, as an interested international scholar, to join the USB community and share these with all of us.

 

Internationally, the university has collaborations with several distinguished institutions for joint teaching and research, mainly in postgraduate programs. USB is supporting a Persian Language Lectureship at one of the most prestigious European universities – Uppsala University, Sweden, and is planning similar collaborations with other universities worldwide. The university is a constant scene for national and international conferences and workshops.
 
The aim of this site, produced by the USB's International Office, is to provide necessary and basic information for the international audience. We will try to keep the site as up-to-date as possible, by entering new information at short and regular intervals. Thus, we request our respected readers to have an eye on our website for the latest information and news about USB.

Several people have helped to put this site together, which I would like to thank them all sincerely. At the International Office, the extensive help and assistance from all of my staff and especially from Dr. Zadmehr Torabi, Mrs Sargazi, Mr. Zamani Far has been very instrumental in this preparation. Finally, I am very grateful to Professor Bandani, our respected Chancellor, for his constant support in all matters of International Affairs. There is no doubt that without his personal elegant vision, the university's international aspects would have not reached to this level.