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        1 - A reflection on the ethics of professional ethics in university governance; providing solutions to improve university communication with society
        bijan abdollahi سیده طیبه موسوی امیری
        Today, the standards and demands of the community have shifted to universities and pushed them to turn their own situation. A desirable university governance, with the integrity and comprehensiveness of various types of governance, as well as the observance of professio Full Text
        Today, the standards and demands of the community have shifted to universities and pushed them to turn their own situation. A desirable university governance, with the integrity and comprehensiveness of various types of governance, as well as the observance of professional ethics standards in all university sub-systems, can lead to successful leadership of the university institution. The goal of the present study is to determine the position of professional ethics in academic governance. In this paper, we tried to use a descriptive-analytical method based on the results of previous research and scientific documents, as well as a comprehensive study of the importance of professional ethics in the management and administration of the university. In the following: After collecting, selecting, tabling and categorizing materials, after reading the books and sources, scientific documents and documents are available. Then the material is organized to achieve research questions. The research tool was a vector check and the obtained data were classified and analyzed according to the purpose and the research questions using the collected documents. In line with the extensive study of resources, there are some solutions to the importance and role of ethics in governance. In the end, it should be noted that since the university administration, as a cultural and moral institution, needs policy and decision making as well as its own planning, so that decisions and programs should be based on ethical principles and values. So that it can be more effective at university leadership and also endorsed by the members of the expert community to ensure that internal and external responsibility and accountability are also guaranteed. Manuscript Document
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        2 - World-Class University: An exploration of Concepts, Approaches and Strategies
        Mohammad Farzaneh hassanreza zeinabadi abdolrahim nave ebrahim bijan abdollahi
        Raising the educational and academic status and ranking of universities to that of internationally accepted world-class universities has become the goal of many university higher administrators around the globe in recent years. This trend has been made possible and acce Full Text
        Raising the educational and academic status and ranking of universities to that of internationally accepted world-class universities has become the goal of many university higher administrators around the globe in recent years. This trend has been made possible and accelerated by rapid global economic growth and development. World-class universities, are essential in developing a nation’s competitiveness in the global knowledge economy. These universities, at the pinnacle of the higher education hierarchy, play key roles in creating and disseminating knowledge, educating a highly skilled workforce, and serving the needs of society. This paper tries to take advantage of the existing literature in the field of World-Class University, and with do a review of the literature the introduce the concept of World-Class University and strategies towards the building world-class universities. The results indicated that in recent years The concept of the world-class university has become a concept much invoked by governments and also by universities themselves in many countries and is an idea now firmly embedded in the higher education policies and strategies of a range of nations. Various developmental strategies at national and institutional levels have been drawn up and implemented. Clearly the worldwide market for students and the ceaseless search for research funding and prestige are crucial elements in this fascination with the idea of a world-class university, as well as the desire of governments for universities to contribute to their national economies. Despite or maybe because of the lack of a clear definition of the concept,  the ‘world-class’ notion  has become everyday language in many universities. This paper tries to take advantage of the existing literature in the field of World-Class University, and with do a review of the literature the introduce the concept of World-Class University and strategies towards the building world-class universities.   Manuscript Document