Imam Sadiq University

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Imam Sadegh University
دانشگاه امام صادق
Imam Sadegh U logo.jpg
Established 1982
Type Private
President Mohammad Bagheri
Students 1,110
Location Tehran, Tehran Province, Iran
Campus Urban

The Imam Sadegh University or Imam Sadiq University is an Iranian university in Tehran, located off of Chamran Expressway and was headed by Mohammad-Reza Mahdavi Kani.

Established in 1982, the goal of the university is to bridge the gap between Islamic researchs and modern studies, especially humanities. This university is also known as a conservative center which train political officials of Iran's Islamic state.[1][2] The students have strong loyalty to the Islamic revolution and the ideals of Ayatollah Khomeini, who become accepted through a strict staging process and the ideological admissions.[3][4]

The university offers Ph.D. degrees in various fields such as political science, economics, Islamic jurisprudence, law (private law , public law, criminal law, international law) and communications. It currently has 8 colleges in operation.

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