President Office

 | Post date: 2018/06/19 | 
A Note from the Chancellor of ZUMS
Zanjan University of Medical Sciences (ZUMS) has its seat as a dominant university amongst Iranian Medical Universities. Currently, it has more than 3820 students in Medical Sciences fields, more than 347 Faculty members and several research centers.
Endless and around- the –clock progress in communication technologies across the world and global availability of  such networks have brought about  outstanding  changes in the world, which, in turn,  can pose more demands for international scientific and research exchanges. So the department of the international relations office in line with the ministerial policy statement similar to all other universities of medical sciences is trying to expand international collaboration in the field of health sciences. Taking the illustrated reasons into account, the deemed strategies for ZUMS in terms of globalization and development of international activities have been planned and followed in 5 different areas. Focusing on health diplomacy and bilateral relations, improving quality of hospital services, development of health tourism, educational improvement, and provision of facilities for foreign students, Promoting medical drug quality and equipment and exporting them are some of the most significant considerations in this area. Due to these reasons, the international logistic chart has been gathered in order to recognize the potentialities and capacities to develop international relations with certain numbers of targeted countries. Likewise, the IRO takes steps to exchange the latest scientific findings and new technologies with the universities, institutions and international scientific organizations to set forth global ranking of the university and achieve international accreditation.

Dr. Hassan Bakhtiari
Assistant Professor
Pediatric Neurology

Chancellor of Zanjan University of Medical Sciences and Health Services 
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