Shamsipour Technical College

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Shamsipour Technical and Vocational College
دانشکده فنی شمسی پور تهران
Dāneshkāde Fanni - Shamsipour Tehran
Shamsipour Technical and Vocational College
Type Public
Established 1964
Founder Aziz Nabavi,The father of accounting science in Iran
Chancellor Marzieh Gord (Supervisor)
Students 5500 (2017-18)
Location Iran Tehran, Iran
Campus Urban
Colours      Light Blue

Shamsipour Technical and Vocational College (STVC) is one of the higher education centers in Tehran, Iran. The old name of this college was "Tehran Institute of Technology" and then was changed to "Shamsipour Technical and Vocational College" after the 1979 revolution.

STVC provides a ranges of study programs in three major subjects for associate and undergraduate students and now is under supervision of Ministry of Science, Research and Technology.

Fields of study which are taught at STVC are:


The main campus of Shamsipour Technical and Vocational College was in Tehran, Iran, located close to the Vanak Square. In 2013 the main campus moved to the Imam Hossein Square, Tehran, Iran.


The college was first founded in 1964 with the name Higher Institute of Accounting by Aziz Nabavi (The father of Iranian accounting).[citation needed] The center was later renamed to Tehran Institute of Technology. At that time it was equipped with mainframe computers and Learning Resource Center and was administered under the supervision of American advisers from MIT university and by that time was named "American College".


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