The Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) has pledged to fund the establishment of two primary schools in the quake-hit province of Kermanshah in western Iran, one for boys and another one for girls.
Iran’s Islamic Azad University is to establish branches is several countries, including Syria, Iraq and Lebanon.
An official with Iran's National Elites Foundation says at least 800 Iranian elites graduated from universities abroad have returned to their country.
Iran’s education minister says a committee has been set up to spot and remove the educational problems of Sunni pupils in the country.
Iran’s education minister says a special budget will be allocated for the immediate reconstruction of at least 22 schools which were totally destroyed in quake-stricken areas in western Iran.
A senior official with University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna has expressed the hope that Iran and Austria would expand their cooperation in the field of music.
Iran and Syria have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a branch of Islamic Azad University in the Syrian city of Idlib.
The 1,750-year-old Academy of Gondishapur, also known as Jondishapur University,in the southern Iranian city of Dezful has been registered as a World Heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
Iran’s University of Semnan and Hungary’s Eszterhazy Karoly University have signed an agreement on scientific and educational cooperation.
The D-8 Organisation for Economic Cooperation (the Developing-8) has decided to construct a joint university for its member states in the Islamic Republic of Iran.