TUMS contributes to international medical and health education, research and professionalism to the benefit of the global community through the exchange of knowledge, sharing of resources, and developing global cooperation and collaboration.
TUMS Visiting Professorship program is a program in which knowledgeable and prominent professors are invited to teach at TUMS affiliated Schools and Departments other than their own. Obtain more information on Visiting Professorship at TUMS
Capacity Building Programs
These programs cover a diverse scope of activities which lead to building skills, knowledge, and ability to function effectively in the university.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is a formal, written agreement or contract between two or more institutes that constitutes a partnership. TUMS globally contributes in a wide range of bilateral collaboration. Find out more on TUMS MoUs
Collaboration Desks & Leading Houses
TUMS Collaboration Desks
The TUMS Collaboration Desks have been founded in order to establish collaboration with prestigious universities and scientific centers abroad to exchange and promote knowledge of students and researchers through effective international collaborations.
TUMS Leading Houses
TUMS International Leading Houses have been formed aiming at facilitating scientific collaborations of TUMS and other international partners around the world.
TUMS rejoices in its presence at an international level with participating in exchange programs such as Erasmus Mundus, taking part in Erasmus Plus program such as capacity building projects, having Cotutelle PhD programs with other prestigious and internationally known universities in Australia, Europe and other universities across the globe. Explore Overseas Opportunities
TUMS Cotutelle Programs
A Cotutelle Program is a PhD program within which a doctorate candidate jointly enrolls in two Cotutelle partner universities, spends half time at each university, and is supervised jointly by two supervisors from each university to successfully complete the program. Upon the successful completion of the program, the doctorate student will be graduated from both universities and will finally receive two degree certificates from each university. Find out how to be enrolled in a Cotutelle Program
Our team at TUMS International Relations Office provides leadership in the areas of internationalization and supports the international strategy of the university.
For inquiries, you may reach us through the following:
Address: No.21, Dameshgh St., Tehran 14167-53955, Iran
Tel.: (+98 21) 88 80 03 32
Fax: (+98 21) 88 91 20 90-3 Ext. 322