Shamsipour Technical College

Shamsipour Technical and Vocational College is one of the higher education centers in Tehran, Iran. Before the 1979 revolution, it was being called "Tehran Institute of Technology", which changed to "[Martyr] Shamsipour Technical University " after Hossein Ali Shamsipour. STVC has always number 1 rank between all of the TVU Colleges.

Shamsipour Technical College
دانشکده فنی شمسی پور تهران
Dāneshkāde Fanni - Shamsipour Tehran
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Shamsipour Technical College
TypePublic, Technical and Vocational College
Established1964
FounderAziz Nabavi
ChancellorArdeshir Abdi
Students4500
Location,
CampusUrban
Colours  Light Blue
Websiteshamsipour.tvu.ac.ir

STVC provides a range of study programs in different majors for associate and Discontinuous undergraduate students and now is under the supervision of Technical And Vocational University of Iran (TVU) and Ministry of Science, Research and Technology.

Fields of study which are taught at are:

CampusEdit

The main campus of Shamsipour Technical and Vocational College was in Tehran, Iran, located close to the Vanak Square. In 2013 the main campus moved to the Imam Hossein Square, Tehran, Iran.

For entering into this college all the students needs to take a National Entrance Exam (Konkur) of Associate or Undergraduate.

HistoryEdit

The college was first founded in 1964 with the name Higher Institute of Accounting by Aziz Nabavi (The father of Iranian accounting).[citation needed] The center was later renamed to Tehran Institute of Technology. At that time it was equipped with mainframe computers and Learning Resource Center and was administered under the supervision of American advisers from MIT university and by that time was named "American College".

Notable peopleEdit

Mohammad Shariatmadari, an Iranian politician.

HonoursEdit

See alsoEdit

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Full list of disciplines". Retrieved 30 September 2017.
  2. ^ "RoboCupRescue 2006 – Rescue Simulation League Team Kosar (Iran) Agent Competition" (PDF). Retrieved 23 August 2017.

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