Tehran University (English: University of Tehran, Persian: د an ن ش گ an ه ت ه an ن, UT English abbreviation) is one of the most ancient Iran, is the largest University, known as the "mother of the University of Iran. Established in 1934, Tehran university covers an area of 225,000 square meters. At first the university of Tehran had only six schools: the medical school, the technical school, the school of philosophy, the school of law, the school of science and the school of arts. The university of Tehran now offers 111 undergraduate programs, 177 master's programs, and 156 doctoral programs. In addition, Tehran university has several libraries, cultural centers, medical centers and entertainment centers.
The university of Tehran, founded in 1934, is undoubtedly the most famous of Iran's comprehensive universities. Especially in recent years, its teaching and scientific research level has attracted more and more attention at home and abroad. At present, this comprehensive university has departments or schools of natural sciences, humanities and social sciences, engineering, medicine, pharmacy, agriculture, law, politics, economics, life sciences, resources and environment, international trade and islamic philosophy and law. In addition, the university of Tehran has also established specialized and research centers for Middle East and archaeological studies, social poverty alleviation investigations, prevention and control of malignant diseases, and high-tech research. The main campus is in central Tehran, with some departments scattered on the outskirts. The central square of the campus is beautiful, near the football field is the central library of the university, and to the north is a grand mosque with classical and modern architecture. The university hall is named after ferdowsi, the most famous poet of ancient Persia. In the square in front of the humanities building stands a statue of a poet, making the famous university even more sacred. Tehran university has branches in karat, qom, surrey and other cities . In 2019, USNEWS ranked 438 universities in the world.