Minhaj University Lahore

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Minhaj University Lahore
Minhaj International University (emblem).png
Type Private
Established 1986
Parent institution
Minhaj University Lahore
Chairman Prof Dr. Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri
Chancellor Governor of Punjab
Provost Prof Dr. Hussain Mohiyuddin Qadri
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr.Mohammad Aslam Ghauri
Students 4052
Undergraduates 1036
Postgraduates 3016
Location Lahore, Pakistan Pakistan
Campus Township/Model Town
Colours Blue, White and Green
Affiliations Al Azhar University(for Faculty of Islamic Studies & Sharia only)
Website mul.edu.pk

The Minhaj International University is a private university located in Lahore, Pakistan.

The Minhaj International University was established on 18 September 1986 by Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri as one of the educational branches of the international educational and welfare organisation Minhaj-ul-Quran, which he had founded five years before on 31 October 1981.[1] It has three campuses: one located in Model Town Extension, Lahore; another situated at Township, Lahore; and the third in Gulburg. The degree-awarding charter was granted to university from the government of the Punjab on 15 October 2005.[2][3] There are three hostels, two for male students and one for female students.[citation needed]

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The Minhaj University consists of the following faculties, departments:[4]

Constituent Faculties of Minhaj University: Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences School of Business Management School of Economics School of Commerce and Finance International Center of Excellence

Faculty of Basic Sciences and Mathematics School of Chemistry, School of Physics, School of Mathematics, School of Statistics.

Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology School of Computer Sciences, School of Information Technology

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities School of Political Studies School of Mass Communication School of Education Sciences School of Library & Information Sciences

Faculty of Languages School of English Language and Literature School of Arabic and Oriental Languages School of Urdu and Asian Languages

Faculty of Islamic Studies School of Islamic thought and civilization School of Shariah and Islamic Law

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