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You must know Persian in order to be able to continue your educations in Iran because if you dont know it, you wont understand what teachers say.

That's not a problem, I am willing to learn languages.

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On 7/1/2012 at 9:22 AM, macisaac said:

Why would you want to do this? You'd be handicapping yourself needlessly.

Don't you know Iran has the highest science growth rate in the world? Besides, gung-ho studying technical science is not my main reason studying there. I want to know what is going on and what is really happened there.

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On 7/1/2012 at 9:43 AM, аli said:

Don't you know Iran has the highest science growth rate in the world? Besides, gung-ho studying technical science is not my main reason studying there. I want to know what is going on and what is really happened there.

No, PressTV says that, so it obviously must be false.

We here don't believe in any news unless a newspaper from the Land of the Free carries it.

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No, PressTV says that, so it obviously must be false.

Land of the Free ™.

I like this phrase. +1

Can you open the link below?

http://www.msrt.ir/s...Fdefault%2Easpx

You can send them a message through this link. Write the subject in the first field, your name and surname in the second one, your email in the third one and your message in the forth one.

If you cant open the link, post your questions here and I will send them.

What is your degree? BS, MS, ..?

It seems that the website can be opened only inside Iran. http://web-sniffer.net/

Thank you.

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You must know Persian in order to be able to continue your educations in Iran because if you dont know it, you wont understand what teachers say.

Not at all, the best technical university in Iran, Sharif, teaches its postgraduate courses almost entirely in English.

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According to Mehrnews.com, in the year 1390 (last year), cost of education for a postgraduate was, averagely, 5 millions and 400 thousands tomans per year (10 tomans are equal to 1 rial).

In your currency, it is 416 074.85 rupees according to this site:

http://www.forextick...nverter-IRR-PKR

That's unreasonably cheap.

I read wikipedia it says 1 toman equals 10 rial.

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Oh yes!!! I made a mistake! 10 rials are equal to 1 toman.

It isnt cheap in Iran. But since state universities are free, I think that amount must be much less for students studying in these universities (comparing Azad University).

ouch

I made a mistake too, I wrongfully put the rupee into IRR. It's not cheap. I have to take my words back lol.

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I think it will take many years to learn Persian as much as you need. Furthermore, we change the words a lot when we talk.

No at all, most universities they don't require foreign students to speak full Persian.

I studied persian for 3,5 months before entering Tehran uni and I found learning Persian to be much easier than learning Arabic. Persian has no grammatical gender, for instance.

Anyway, I don't encourage anyone to study in Iran, especially foreign girls!

I am talking from experience, you have no idea how difficult it's to live here, being harrested and assaulted almost everyday just becouse u look different.Unfortunately,foreign women have no rights or opinions in this country...

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No at all, most universities they don't require foreign students to speak full Persian.

I studied persian for 3,5 months before entering Tehran uni and I found learning Persian to be much easier than learning Arabic. Persian has no grammatical gender, for instance.

Anyway, I don't encourage anyone to study in Iran, especially foreign girls!

I am talking from experience, you have no idea how difficult it's to live here, being harrested and assaulted almost everyday just becouse u look different.Unfortunately,foreign women have no rights or opinions in this country...

thats really sad to hear i was looking into perhaps doing some religious study in Iran and im a forgien girl :( hmmmm much to contemplate

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thats really sad to hear i was looking into perhaps doing some religious study in Iran and im a forgien girl :( hmmmm much to contemplate

She was talking about formal (medical) studies in Tehran, not the Hauza. She told me that the social situations in Qom and Mashhad are different than Tehran.

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