RANKING BY QS WORLD UNIVERSITIES
NUST IN QS WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKING 2014-15
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Islamabad has maintained its coveted position in the list of Top 500 world universities in the 2014-15 ranking announced on 16 September, 2014 by M/S Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) of UK, the most prestigious ranking agency of the world. NUST is the only Pakistani university which is consistently included in this ranking list since 2007. Moreover, in the field of Engineering and technology, NUST has been ranked 398th in the world. This is the result of concerted effort put in by the NUST management and faculty for providing quality education, conducting innovative research, establishing international linkages, engaging in collaborative research with leading international universities / organizations, participating in international exchange programs, improving infrastructure, and producing graduates who are welcomed by national / international industry, business, academia and market. Rector NUST, Engr Muhammad Asghar, has felicitated the management and faculty of all NUST constituent Institutions for playing their role effectively. He has also thanked HEC, MoST and services headquarters for providing continued support and guidance which enabled NUST to achieve this honour.
Pakistani universities in Asia top 300
Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS) – ranked 106
Aga Khan University – ranked 116
Quaid-i-azam University – ranked 123
National University of Sciences And Technology (NUST) Islamabad – ranked 129
Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) – ranked 181-190
COMSATS Institute of Information Technology – ranked 201-250
University of Karachi – ranked 201-250
University of the Punjab – ranked 201-250
University of Agriculture, Faisalabad – ranked 251-300
University of Engineering & Technology (UET) Lahore – ranked 251-300
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