Pakistan to offer scholarships to Iranian students to improve mutual collaboration
He added that Pakistan is willing to offer scholarships to students from Iran in order to improve mutual collaboration.
In order to benefit from both the country’s technical and vocational training, Pakistan and Iran have both reached a mutual agreement.
The understanding was reached during a meeting between the Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Rana Tanveer Hussain and Iranian ambassador Pakistan Syed Mohammad Ali Hosseini.
Minister Rana welcomed the teachers and students exchange between the two countries to improve bilateral cooperation for skilled training in aerospace, engineering, and nanotechnology. He added that Pakistan is willing to offer scholarships to students from Iran in order to improve mutual collaboration. The ambassador lauded the offer and said university-to-university cooperation between the two countries is the way forward.
He also extended the University of Tehran’s offer to make a technology park in the capital city of Islamabad. The envoy asked to accelerate work on the MoUs between the universities of the two countries to improve educational exchanges. He offered to share Iran’s expertise in the floriculture sector.
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