Overview: TUMS is pleased to announce its new round of scholarships to foreign students who are interested in pursuing their studies at Tehran University of Medical Sciences. The Vice-Chancellor of Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS) is offering International Scholarship.
Study Level: Bachelor/Masters
Area of Study: Any of the courses offered by Tehran University of Medical Sciences
Scholarship Value: Full Tuition
Furnished accommodations (two – or three- bedroom apartments furnished with TV, Sofa, kitchen with basic appliances, microwave oven, refrigerator, and washing machine)
Wi-Fi connection at your dormitories
Unlimited use of Library and computer labs (based on their hours of operations)
Partial meal plan
First transport from Tehran to international student dormitories
Persian/ Farsi classes
Requirements: For undergraduate level of studies, the applicant must have finished high school.
For graduate level of studies, the applicant must have obtained an undergraduate degree in the field related to her/his desired field of study.
Language Proficiency: language of instruction will be English.
The applicant needs to have proof of English language ability to write, read, and understand.
Our official language is Persian/Farsi and we will assist those who wish to pursue their education in Persian/Farsi.
An IELTS of 5.5 or equivalent is required for all scholarship applicants. Students who have previous knowledge of English can submit the completed Affidavit of English Ability form as a part of their application: http://gsia.tums.ac.ir/Images/Download/4416/Affidavit.pdf
The scholarship is only for non-Iranian citizens.
How to Apply: All applicants, interested in continuing their education at TUMS should complete TUMS application form to be considered for this Scholarship.
Click here to access the Online Application Form.
Please attach a scholarship request letter describing your needs and the reason you should be awarded.
Deadline: 31 May 2016 for mid-September 2016 session, Applications received after June 1, 2016 will most probably be considered for the February 2017 academic session.
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