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Hamdard University, founded in 1991 by Hakim Mohammed Said, is one of the oldest and largest private sector Universities in Pakistan with over 6,000 student population and 30,000 alumni across the globe. The University has been a pioneer in providing higher education to students in the 7 major faculties with a fascinating history of 30 years.
Hamdard University presently runs its 3 campuses; Main Campus and City Campus in Karachi and a sub-campus at Islamabad, which are home to young scholars from local as well as international regions. The Main Campus of Hamdard University at Madinat al-Hikmah which is spread over well planned green picturesque of over 350 acres is located in the vicinity of Sindh – Balochistan border.
To preserve, and disseminate knowledge by achieving highest level of excellence at par with best institutions of the world.
To provide a superior liberal education.
To be catalyst to the intellectual growth of the students.
To inculcate high ethical standards in students.
To prepare students future members of the learned professions.
To advance the frontiers of knowledge and contribute boldly to the international community of scholarship.
To help alleviate suffering through, both, sympathy and action.
To provide wide ranging educational opportunities on and beyond our campuses.
Hamdard University is offering numerous degree porgrammes in the seven major faculties which include:
From plastic pollution to green infrastructure, we are committed to promoting environmental awareness and developing techniques to improve the future of our planet. Hamdard University is liable to be recognized as being the first University in Pakistan which has taken an initiative by installing a 1 MW solar power plant in its campus, which is aimed to minimize the shortage of electricity in society. The University also initiated a Plantation Drive and planted more than 8000 plants in its Main Campus and in additional areas over a few of years.
Our students make a difference to the local community and worldwide through their studies, research and placements. Knowledge, being upheld as the highest value, the Hamdard University culture defies all manners of discrimination on the basis of caste, colour, creed and religion. The enlivening atmosphere created at Hamdard University due to its lush green environment and friendly, cooperative and learned faculty, provides the students with physical, emotional and intellectual experiences, helpful in creating optimism, ambition, vision and creativity in their personality profile.
Throughout the year, we host exciting national and international conferences, symposiums, seminars and workshops to promote our students’ interaction with scholars and researchers across the country and globe.
We’re making significant breakthroughs and developing new technologies to build a brighter future in this challenging world. We offer hi-tech research and development laboratory facilities to facilitate our students in their research work. In the times of pandemic, Hamdard University successfully developed an e-learning system that encouraged all the students and faculty members to participate best.
The research in our health and wellbeing areas aims to manage health, disease and disability through technological, creative and scientific developments.
Hamdard University is also running a 100-bed Shifa-uI-Mulk Memorial Hospital, 200-bed Hamdard University Hospital (Taj Medical Complex), 150-250 bed Hamdard Hospital Naimat Begum Mother & Child Care Unit in Karachi to offer affordable healthcare services to the needy ones. Hamdard University Dental Hospital is also being run by a team of qualified doctors in vicinity of North Nazimabad, Karachi.
Our scholars conduct brilliant research and develop innovations, helping shape the future and making a significant difference to the world. The University has so far produced more than 160 Ph.D. scholars since 1991.