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The University of Tabriz ( ; sometimes referred to as Tabriz University) is a public university in Tabrizmarker, Iranmarker. It is the second oldest university in Iran after the University of Tehran and the biggest academic institution in northwestern Iran.

The university was initially established on June 12, 1947 and entitled as a university on October 30, 1947 which is now officially set as inauguration date of the university. The university was called University of Azarabadegan prior to the Islamic Revolution of 1979 and renamed the University of Tabriz.The University of Tabriz has 480 academic staff, of whom some 258 are Ph.D. holders. Out of this teaching staff, 41 are full professors, 66 are associate professors, 151 are assistant professors and the remaining 222 are instructors. Some 857 administrative personnel are supporting academic activities.The university is ranked among top 10 universities of Iran.


Update by H. Helali, 13 Jun 2009

Research Centers


  • Main Campus in Tabriz
  • Maragheh Faculty (satellite campus)
  • Marand Technical College (satellite campus)
  • Bonab Technical & Engineering Department

Medical Sciences

Medical Sciences section of Tabriz University, one of the oldest and biggest centers of education in Iran was founded in 1947. According to the parliament low statute, which was ratified in year 1985, University of Medical Sciences got separated from its mother Tabriz University and started its own educational research and remedial activities independently. Ever since similar to other medical universities in other parts of the country, Tabriz University of Medical Sciences (TUMS) also merged with local provincial health and treatment organizations and since then, this university has been actively involved not only in academics but also in health and treatment tasks.

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