Karwan University

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Karwan University
‍پوهنتون کاروان
Motto Leadership, Hope and Future
Type Higher Education University
Established 2007
Chancellor Sayed Hamed Rohani
Chairman and Founder Sayed Javed Andish
Address End of Kabul University Road, Kabul, Afghanistan
Colours Black, Orange
Nickname Karwan University
Website http://www.karwan.edu.af

Karwan University is a degree-awarding tertiary educational institution in Kabul, Afghanistan. It was founded in 2007 and is registered with the Afghan Ministry of Higher Education.

History[edit]

Karwan University is registered with the Ministry of Higher Education of Afghanistan. In late 2009, it officially became a college or a university. Its founder is Sayed Javed Andish, who is also the head of Education Committee of Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries.[1]

Departments and programs[edit]

Karwan University offers bachelor's degrees in Business Administration, Economics, Law, Political Science, and Computer Science. It also offers diplomas in Accounting, Executive DBA (Diploma in Business Administration), Information Technology, English Language, Literacy and Civil Engineering.

Karwan University commenced delivery of Economics, BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration), Computer Science, Law and Political Science undergraduate courses. Karwan University was helped by foreign-educated Afghan friends and well wishers before receiving foreign recognition for this private university.

Key people[edit]

  • Chancellor: Engineer Sayed Hamed Rohani
  • Chairman and Founder: Sayed Javed Andish

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