Experiences in Iran
Studying abroad can change a student's life forever! More and more students take this step and for good reason.
Studying in Iran is amazing, and lifeenriching in many ways:
Discovering new cultures, exploring new places, and making friends from all over the world. Iran has a fascinating history and a unique culture. It is most famous for being the birthplace of the Persian empire, one of the top oil producers globally, and an Islamic nation. It is also known for producing incredible carpets, having tasty food, and having hospitable citizens.
Living and travelling gives us a greater sense of independence and expands your world views tremendously. Travelling gives us the opportunity to learn new language, making it an opportunity almost impossible to refuse.
After a year or a semester abroad, many students report that while trying to adapt to their new country and learning their customs and culture, they end up learning more about themselves. We can only discover what's inside us by jumping out of our comfort zone and putting ourselves in challenging situations.
From experiencing new courses and topics, alternative methods of teaching and learning can be observed here in Iran. Iran provides all of its pupils with a safe and secure learning environment. The greatest medical institutes in Iran provide students with a safe and secure educational environment as well as lifestyles. Iran's medical universities are worldclass in terms of infrastructure, technological advancements, skilled lecturers, and other factors, making it a popular choice for students from all over the world, particularly those from India.
COMING out of your own country, away from your family and friends is a whole lot of new experience in itself and that too when you have to move to a completely new culture and moreover a new language. IT BECOMES MORE DIFFICULT … But Iran feels like home and in itself only it is great. There were difficult times no doubt but people here are quite helpful and you get used to this in no time. My university professors, staff, everyone has been a helping hand … So Iran is a home away from home!
“Qabila Asif Makhdomi”
Moving to Iran for studying and living hasn’t been so easy; as I had to face a lot of challenges in the beginning but eventually all the struggle was worth it as I became a stronger and better person than I was before. The culture is similar to Kashmir, India and that makes me feel like home here. I love how kind and helpful most of people are in Iran.
Since I moved to Iran and started my study at IUMS, my life changed for better. I grew, I learned, and I’m still learning. It was a great experience coming to Iran and [I] have one of my best experiences [in] my life here. Looking forward to explore more of it in near future…
New place, new life, new challenges — I faced them all as I moved from one place to another. It’s a place to start new all over since our lifestyle was somewhere else. What we called home is no longer home but a faraway place where our deep and most sacred memories are. I felt really fascinated when I came to Iran, though it was a bit difficult for me to face the new environment but day by day I’m doing my best to face everything. I LEARNED A LOT…
IRAN is a beautiful and well-disciplined country plus hygienic. Though it is far from my home, I feel [at] home here by gazing [at] the huge mountains. I AM ENJOYING each day living here and looking for new opportunities.
Indeed… the trip was excellent and totally different from other trips I have ever had. This was my first trip of Rahian-e Noor, and I had so many beautiful experiences in my life. Those experiences were totally different from others, and personally, I would never get to see this experience in my own country. The places were beautiful, [and] the explanation of the places was in Persian which was a bit difficult to understand but I get to feel these places which made my experiences utterly beautiful. If I get to go next year, I wouldn’t hesitate to experience those moments again. The martyrs of Iran are really famous in our country as well, but now I get to know the story and experiences of those martyrs, it added a beautiful picture to my knowledge.
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