Only seven Pakistani Universities have been included among the best 1,000 higher education institutions in the world, with many of the big names in the Pakistani higher education sector missing in the highly credible and prestigious Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings 2019.
Although 10 Pakistani universities have been included in the recently launched Times Higher Education (THE) ranking titled Emerging Economies University Rankings 2018, just one university from Pakistan has found a place among the top 100 institutions.
The University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences (UVAS) Lahore has been ranked among 351+ universities in Times Higher Education (THE) Emerging Economies University Rankings 2018.
World renowned higher education analysts QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) have released their latest ranking of the world’s best cities for university students, with London perched firmly at the top.
Accounting and finance? Business and management Studies? Communication and Media Studies? Maybe Anthropology is what stirs up your imagination?
If you are planning to pursue higher education in the UK but still haven’t figured out a way to fund the studies, the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships 2018 might well be your redemption.
Although science and technology have won over other fields of knowledge in the last few centuries, arts and humanities nonetheless attract a large number of students across the world each year. After all, the human appeal for literature, art, beauty, thinking and questioning, and for change and reformation within society is something essential and everlasting. So if you are interested in pursuing studies in the field, read on to find out which are the top universities for arts & humanities as ranked by the QS World University Subject Rankings for 2018.
QS World University Rankings has published its subject-wise rankings for 2018, with five Pakistani institutes, including NUST, COMSATS among top 500 universities in the world for studies related to engineering and technology.
While heading out into the world for higher education, most Pakistani students have a natural bias toward western and European universities, not realising that Asia has some of the most sought after institutes that attract students from every corner of the globe. And the hundreds of thousands of students that enrol in these varsities each year do not come to experience Asian food or culture. They come because the universities are actually world-class institutions offering the very best of educational and research facilities.