About  |  contact  |  Search  |  RSS
Last Update: 18 Hour and 18 Minute ago
News code: 28212
Published Date: Sunday 15 September 2019 - 08:17:04
Print 

Women make up 54% of new students entering Iranian universities

Women make up 54% of new students entering Iranian universities
IRAN  - Women make up 54% of the students being accepted in the university entrance exam this year, according to an official at Iran’s National Education Assessment Organization (NEAO).

Hossein Tavakoli, an official at Iran's National Education Assessment Organization (NEAO) said that out of 191,215 students accepted in this year's university entrance exam, 104,123 or 54% are women.

Saying that men only make up 45.55% of the new college students this year, Tavakoli added that out of the total 191, 215 new entrants, 59,000 are accepted in Mathematics and Physics majors (21,757 female, 37,860 male), 64,870 are accepted in experimental science majors (38,644 female; 26,226 male), and 57,697 major in humanities (37,389 female; 20,308 male).

Furthermore, 4,477 new students have been accepted in art fields of studies (3,444 female; 1,003 male) while 4,554 students are accepted in foreign languages majors (2,859 female; 1,659 male.)

 

News Code: 28212
Published Date: Sunday 15 September 2019 - 08:17:04
No Comment,Be the first one who comments.
Comments

Name

email  

website

Comment  

Security code [*]: Please enter correct answer in security box.:

 = 6-4

Opinion
Assassination of Gen. Solaymani, grave violation of Int. law
Assassination of Gen. Solaymani, grave violation of Int. law
Amir Biparva, PhD in Public International Law
What's All the Buzz About 2019 Iran Gasoline Protests?
What's All the Buzz About 2019 Iran Gasoline Protests?
Alireza Hashemi, Iranian journalist
Pompeo’s hatred of Iran arises from his deep-rooted Islamophobia
Pompeo’s hatred of Iran arises from his deep-rooted Islamophobia
Yuram Abdullah Weiler, US-based political critic and writer
How Iran's Protests Are Different from Iraq, Lebanon
How Iran's Protests Are Different from Iraq, Lebanon
Hamidreza Gholamzadeh, head of Peace Sprit Foundation