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کنکور 97 --- Iranian Univercity Entrance Exam 2018

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  1. TIRDAD

    TIRDAD Active Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I have decided to continuing my education,

    i want to Study in 2 of these Field of Studies listed here:

    Field of Study Code: 15015 --- Field of Study: Professional Associate of Cultural Affairs

    Field of Study Code: 15028 --- Field of Study: Professional Associate of Cultural Affairs

    Field of Study Code: 15028 --- Field of Study: Professional Associate of Reporter for News Agency

    Field of Study Code: 15172 --- Field of Study: Professional Associate of English Language Translation, Translator of Auditory and Visual Works

    Field of Study Code: 15188 --- Field of Study: Professional Associate of English Language Translation, Literature and Official Texts *

    Field of Study Code: 15214 --- Field of Study: Professional Associate of Handi Crafts, Persian Pottery and Traditional Tiles *

    Field of Study Code: 15235 --- Field of Study: Professional Associate of Persian Calligraphy *

    Field of Study Code: 15380 --- Field of Study: Professional Diploma of Visual Arts on Persian Painting *

    Field of Study Code: 15463 --- Field of Study: Professional Associate Tourist Guide * (i have Diploma of this field of Study)

    Field of Study Code: 15488 --- Field of Study: Professional Associate of Hotel Management

    Field of Study Code: 15565 --- Field of Study: Professional Associate Music Career, Playing An Iranian Instrument *

    can i find a job in your Country ???

    what is your vote ???
     
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    I think someone who is interested in history would enjoy being a tourist guide, and since you already have educational experience there, might be good to build on that. Good luck!
     
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    Professional Associate of Hotel Management
    Professional Associate of English Language Translation, Literature and Official Texts

    Regrettably Iran is one of the least economic free countries, but it will not be for ever. And then there will be an enormous demand for people like above.
    And being a hotel manager is fun, a young manager and lots of women. :)
    And hotels are like flies, they are/will be everywhere.
    Hotels and history do mix. I know a hotel manager who loves history.

    In most countries you don't need diploma to be a tourist guide, frequently you don't need anything. Or you have to complete some local course. Maybe I'm mistaken by the diploma will be worthless outside Iran.
     
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    What is the difference between 15015 and 15028?
     
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    they are 2 difrent univercities.

    both are in tehran.

    15015 is Tehran`s municipality University (it is free for top 10 in each field of study)

    15028 is a Semi-Private University (it is more expencive than normal University and cheaper than Azad University)
     
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    yeah, you are right...

    but i love handi crafs too !!!

    it is very hard to choose 2nd one ...

    in US, which one is not common ???

    THANK YOU .
     
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    1- Yes, i agree ...

    2- Yes, but also a risky one by current situation !!!

    3- In Iran, High School is divided to 2 main Bureaus: "Fanni Herfe ee" Wich goes for Tenichal and Cultural Feild of Studies, something like : Cook, FireFighter, Post man, Car and Truck Repair and services and go on ... and "Dabirestan" wich goes for basic Scients Like Medicine, Engineering , History, Politics and Related ones ...

    when you finish high school and passed your exams, you will get Diploma .
     
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    Two of my kids have gone to OCC here in Michigan. This is a link to their page describing the programs available:
    Programs < Oakland Community College
    Not much in common with the programs I see above. The 4 year colleges and universities have similar pages if you want to compare. Language programs are probably the weakest part of US education so if you combine a technical or business skill with the ability to speak one English and one or preferably more foreign languages you have a good chance of getting a job.

    US high schools are a bit difference. I was on a college prep track but also took some vocational tech classes (electronics mostly). Usually the programs are fairly generic until you get out of high school then it can be directly to the job market, or to a vocational school, or to a college. Many jobs allow for continuing education so one has a fair amount of flexibility even after that.
     
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    Hi,

    Thank you for info.
     
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    Most of the jobs look like dead end jobs. You will be a tour guide or calligrapher all your life.
    And all the nicer jobs are probably occupied by the better connected people anyway. As the Soviet joke goes: “Can a son of a General become a Marshal?”, “No, because every Marshal also has a son.”
    Unless you plan to run your own small business. But they say your government is unfriendly to businessmen.
    As a manager you have a chance of career development, manger of a small hotel, then of a larger one, maybe of a hotel chain.

    Abroad, in the US I would more count on help from the Iranians already living there. I've read the Iranian diaspora is wealthy, influential and powerful. I couple of Iranian expats broke US monopoly on international communication by building FLAG (Fiber-Optic Link Around the Globe) many years ago. You really have to be somebody to do that.
     

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