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2023 / 6 / 17

Persian Language

As one of the oldest languages in existence, Persian is a member of the Iranian branch of the Indo-Iranian languages. European scholars and linguists recognized Persian's significance during a meeting in 1872 when it was deemed a classical language along with Greek, Latin, and Sanskrit. Persian is primarily spoken in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan, though it goes by other names such as Dari, Parsi, and Tajiki in other regions. Bahrain, Pakistan, India, Iraq, Turkey, and China also have a significant Persian-speaking population. Furthermore, Persian ranks fifth in the most commonly used languages on the internet according to the "Web Technology Surveys" institute's report, which can be found in the table below.
If you do not have proficiency in Persian, it is necessary to learn the Persian language for 2 semesters at one of the Persian language training centers after being accepted into the desired university.