Internal Stakeholders:

1) Students: The primary focus of International Science and Technology University is its student population, with a particular emphasis on disadvantaged groups such as disabled individuals, veterans, victims of war and terrorism, and working professionals.
2) Academic Staff: The academic staff constitutes an essential element of the educational process. These individuals impart knowledge to students, offer guidance, and endeavor to enhance the caliber of the programs provided.
3) Management and Administrative Staff: The management, administrative staff, and support units of the university are responsible for overseeing and facilitating administrative operations, while also allocating resources to support the execution of broader organizational strategies.
4) Student Societies and Representatives: The student societies and representative bodies at our institution serve to represent the student perspective and voice. They are responsible for organizing events and conveying the needs and concerns of the student body to the University's administrative staff.

External Stakeholders:

1) Society: The wider community, including the disadvantaged group that our institution serves, constitutes one of the external stakeholders. We deem it of utmost importance that our university contributes positively to society and enhances the access of these groups to educational prospects.
2) Business and Employers: In the context of students transitioning into the working world, the business community and employers are considered critical external stakeholders. They assess the relevance of training programs for the demands of the business environment and may play a pivotal role in the recruitment of graduates.
3) Government and Public Institutions: Our esteemed institution collaborates with various state and public organizations, as they are significant stakeholders in shaping educational policies, offering financial backing, and fostering inter-university cooperation.
4) Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs): Non-governmental organizations that offer assistance to marginalized groups including people with disabilities, veterans, and war victims are significant external stakeholders in relation to the institution's target audience. Such organizations can collaborate in enhancing participation in educational programs and offering support to students.

The effective management of internal and external stakeholders is crucial for the realization of our institution's mission and the prosperous academic development of our students. This is an essential aspect of our strategic objectives, which aim to enhance the sustainability and societal influence of our university.