Global university ranking experts have released their latest QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019, with only seven Pakistani universities in top 500 for engineering and technology discipline.
The Pakistani Universities are; Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS), Islamabad the most reputed universities of Pakistan. QS Global World Ranking at 397, Research Output – Very High, Total Students- 919 with Academic Faculty Staff -163.
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) Islamabad is one of the new generations of Pakistani Universities with a progressive and innovative outlook. QS Global World Rankin 417, Research Output – Very High, Total Students – 10,298, and Academic Faculty Staff -1,312.
Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) positioned at QS Global World Ranking 551-560, Research Output-Very High, Total Students – 13,724 and Academic Faculty Staff – 401.
Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) is a leading Pakistani university with a strong track record of achievement and ambitious plans for the future. Global World Ranking positioned at 701-750, Research Output – High, Total Students – 4,365 and Academic Faculty Staff – 299.
COMSATS University Islamabad (CUI) is a young public university with a comprehensive focus. QS Global World Ranked at 751-800, Research Output – Very High, Total Students – 33,030 and Academic Faculty Staff – 2,902.
The University of Engineering and Technology (UET-Lahore) QS Global World Ranking in range of 801-1000, Research Output – High, Total Students – 12, 368 and Academic Faculty Staff – 819.
University of the Punjab (UOP) is the largest and the oldest seat of higher learning in Pakistan positioned at QS Global World Ranking at 801-1000, Research Output- High, Total Students – 43,847 and Academic Faculty Staff about 1,406.
The QS rankings are one of the most established and well respected rankings of universities around the world and are key reference for students around the world to benchmark how various universities perform and compare in the global higher education arena.
The post Few Pakistani Universities at QS World University Rankings 2019 appeared first on Technology Times.