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Quaid-e-Azam University in Islamabad is a model of a prestigious state-owned institution of higher education. Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad (QAU) began teaching in 1968. The main buildings of the University are located in the Pakistani capital Islamabad.
Quaid-e-Azam University in Islamabad is firmly established on the second step of the national academic ranking. Admission to this university is the dream of many Pakistani applicants. International experts complement the prestige of the institution, having QAU among 5% of the world elite list of educational centers. Such excellent performance can not be achieved without high-quality teaching and the demand for graduates in the global labor market.
The number of students who can simultaneously study theoretical disciplines corresponds to a medium-sized university and is 15,000 students (some of which are foreign citizens). The teaching staff is represented by 401 specialists. Among them are foreign teachers invited by the administration from educational institutions of world significance. QAU has many foreign partners among educational institutions from other countries that accept Pakistani students to study under international exchange programs.