QAU: Quaid-i-Azam University (Islamabad)
This University was established as University of Islamabad under an Act of National Assembly passed in
July, 1967. It started teaching and research program for M.Phil & Ph.D. degrees. Later on,
it was decided to start M.Sc. degree program for graduates from all regions of the country,
based on regional quota. The University was housed initially in rented buildings in Satellite
Town, Rawalpindi and moved to its
permanent Campus in October 1971.
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The University was renamed as "Quaid-i-Azam University"
in 1976 at the time of centenary celebrations of
the Founder of Pakistan.
The University is recognized in Pakistan and abroad as an Institution of higher academic standards and its graduates
receive acceptance in universities and research institutions the world over.
The University has also established research collaboration with
selected universities/research organizations in United States, Europe and South Asia.
The University is rated as one of top public
institution of higher education in Pakistan which has qualified team of teachers and researchers. More than 80% of the teachers hold doctoral
degrees with experience of working in renowned universities of the world. The University has the distinction of having a large number of
distinguished scientists and educationists as its faculty members, holding national awards and international recognition.