Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz (scu.ac.ir)
Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz is the heir to the oldest Iranian university named "Gundishapur" which was established some 1700 years ago during the rule of the Sassanids in the current province of Khuzestan. Resuming its operations in a new era, the university began its activities in 1955 with the establishment of the College of Agriculture in Ahwaz. In line with the scientific needs of the country and the province, other majors and colleges were added, and the university was renamed "Shahid Chimran University of Ahwaz" in 1983. With its 14 faculties of Letters and Humanities, Theology, Economics and Social Sciences, Archeology, Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Veterinary Sciences, Water Sciences, Educational Sciences and Psychology, Mathematical Sciences and Computer, Earth Sciences, Agriculture, Engineering, and Art, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz is the largest university in the southwest of the country and holds a place among Iran's comprehensive universities. The brilliant scientific and research activities in different departments of the university has brought about the hosting of the scientific poles of continuing education, knowledge management, health, and buffalo diseases. Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz has 583 faculty members, 7512 undergraduate students, 3110 graduate students, and 1234 Ph.D. candidates.