For my undergraduate degree I went to University of Isfahan, Iran. In Iran, back in 1998 when I entered university, a national level exam was held annualy. A student's rank in this exam determined which universities the student can go to.
About 1.2M students competed for a limited number of positions within the state universities in the country. State universities are considered to have the highest level of educational quality in the country. Furthermore, the city where the university resides is also determinant
in how hard it is to enter those universities. Cities like Tehran, Isfahan and Shiraz host the best universities in the country and entering them would generally require a rank of 2000 or less among all competitors. My rank in this exam was roughly 800 which allowed me to enter
some universities in Tehran, more in Isfahan and almost all other cities in general. I went to the school of computer engineering and completed my degree there. I took software and hardware courses (more leaning towards software) and towards the end worked on Fuzzy Logic
which attracted me at the time. My final project was an expert system which was based on this type of mathematical logic.