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Our students create knowledge and promote technology

K. N. Toosi University of Technology, made up of eleven academic faculties, opens doors to top talents in engineering and science. It brings together all levels of education and offers innovative training to its 7000|+ students.

Admission

An opportunity to challenge yourself and to build your career with creativity and resiliency

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K. N. Toosi University of Technology

We look for distinctive students who exhibit an abundance of energy and curiosity in their classes, activities, projects, research, and lives.

Explore the possibilities of an excellent education for your future career.

We look for distinctive students who exhibit an abundance of energy and curiosity in their classes, activities, projects, research, and lives.

KNTU meets all the requirements for a fruitful research.

Enter into the world of exploration by exposing yourself to world-class laboratories and research centers.

Campus Life

A marvelous community of creative and talented people from around the world

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    Housing

    Nearly all students can reside in 11 diverse campus housing facilities.

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    Sports Facilities

    Students, faculty, and staff enjoy state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor sports facilities and recreational programs.

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    Buddy Program

    Volunteer students will assist you from day one of starting your studies at KNTU.

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    Dining

    Five dining halls and three cafeterias provide the campus community with healthy and sustainable meals.

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    Insurance

    All national and international students are covered by insurance programs

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Life in Iran, Tehran

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Student Services

About KNTU

A place for learning, discovering, innovation, expression and discourse

Students

6819

Graduate Students

3768

Faculty

328

Founded in

1928

Who was Khajeh Nasir al-Din Toosi?

Khajeh Nasir al-Din Toosi,  (born Feb. 18, 1201, Toos, Khorasan, Iran died June 26, 1274, Baghdad, Iraq), was an outstanding Persian polymath, architect, philosopher, physician, scientist, and theologian. He is often considered the creator of trigonometry as a mathematical discipline in its own right. Khajeh Nasir Toosi was a man of exceptionally wide erudition. He wrote approximately 150 books and made original contributions to Mathematics and Astronomy. His Zij-I Ilkhani (1271;“Ilkhan Tables”), based on research at the Maragheh observatory, is a splendidly accurate table of planetary movements. Toosi’s most influential book in the west may be (“Treasury of astronomy”), which describes a geometric construction, now known as the Khajeh Nasir Toosi couple, for producing rectilinear motion from a point on one circle rolling inside another. By means of this construction, Toosi succeeded in reforming the Ptolemaic planetary models, producing a system in which all orbits are described by uniform circular motion. Most historians of Islamic astronomy believe that the planetary models developed at Maragheh found their way to Europe (perhaps via Byzantium) and provided Nicolaus Copernicus (1473–1543) with inspiration for his astronomical models.

Dr. Yazdandoost

 

KNTU has long stood the test of time for Knowledge, Nurture, Trust and Uphold.

Farhad Yazdandoost, Chancellor
K. N. Toosi University of Technology