Joint International Seminar on “New Topics in Business Management” takes place today at Varna University of Management.
Representatives of the academic staff of the elite Tehran University in Iran present their research on up-to-date topics in the sphere of business management. Some of the presentations are on “The Role of Social Media on Social Capital and Health-related Quality of Life”, “Identifying and Prioritizing Local Dimensions of Sustainable Marketing”, “Consequences of Toxic Leadership Style and Dysfunctional Behaviors in Organization”, “The Impact of corporate entrepreneurship on Firm Performance: The Mediation Role of Knowledge Creation and Learning Orientation” and many others.
The joint event is a result of the fruitful cooperation between one of the most prestigious universities in the Middle East, University of Tehran (UT) and Varna University of Management.
The seminar was officially opened with welcome speeches of the VUM President Assoc. Prof. Todor Radev and the Vice Rector (Research) Prof. Stanislav Ivanov, followed by a presentations introducing the potential, activities and achievements of Varna University of Management and University of Tehran. The faculty members of both universities presented their recent research activities and exchanged ideas and experience in the academic field of business management.
The agenda includes also joint discussions providing to VUM and UT faculty members an excellent networking opportunity.
University of Tehran is the oldest modern university located in Tehran, Iran. It has been ranked as one of the best universities in the Middle East in national and international rankings and among the top universities in the world.
The academic staff of the University consists of 1,650 full-time faculty members and several hundred part-time and adjunct professors and affiliated members. The University educates 19,000 undergraduate and 13,000 postgraduate students. The University has 6 colleges with a total of 39 faculties and 120 departments at its 7 campuses located in the cities of Tehran, Qom and Karaj as well as its Kish International Campus (in Kish Island). The University of Tehran, as the main research University of the country, offers more than 300 postgraduate programs.