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Bost University

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Bost University (Pashto: بُست خصوصی پوهنتون‎) in Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, Afghanistan is a private, non-sectarian institution of higher education founded by Ahmad Jan Popal in 1391-2012. Bost University offers 2 to 6 years undergraduate degrees and diploma in different faculties. 4 to 6 years undergraduate programs are included in Medicine, Engineering, Law, Economics and Computer Science faculties. Certificates for short term courses and training that are 3 years or less than 3 years are part of the Bost university "Institute of Health Science" such as, Nursing, Midwife, Laboratory, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy. From the beginning it was Bost Institute of Higher Education. In 2013 the Ministry of Higher Education made a board called "Quality Commission Board" to investigate all private universities all around the country. That process took almost 2 years to investigate and see the quality of education in all private universities. In 2015 the "Quality Commission Board" announce the result. Fortunately, Bost Institute of Higher Education got the top marks which was "88.3" and was announced the top university of all private universities in Afghanistan. Due to the university quality education and successment the Ministry of Higher Education promoted the Bost Institute of Higher Education to Bost Private University (بُست خصوصی پوهنتون) and was awarded from the Ministry of Higher Education on November 12, 2015. The Bost university’s faculty possesses appropriate academic credentials. Furthermore, many are or have been practicing professionals of note. In terms of faculty composition. Bost University’s multi-complex facility has been conceived with the objective of supporting the university’s programs (both academic and extra-curricular) to high quality standard..
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University of South China

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The University of South China (formerly translated as Nanhua University; Chinese: 南华大学) is a university in Hengyang, Hunan province, China. It was formed in 2000 by the merger of Central South Institute of Technology (est. 1959) and Hengyang Medical College (est. 1958). The University of South China, with a nationwide enrolment, is administered by the Hunan Provincial Government, and co-funded by the Commission for Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense (COSTIND) and a few other ministries of the central government.

In October 2002, University of South China incorporated the Sixth Institute of National Nuclear Industry as its subordinating part and took over No. 415 Hospital (originally under the Corporation of National Nuclear Industry) as one of its affiliated hospitals. In July 2004, the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy set up a training base for its reservist officers in University of South China. The University of South China was initially authorized to award bachelor degrees, and in 1986 began awarding master degrees. In 1991, it began to collaborate with other universities and research institutes in doctoral programs, and was authorized to award doctoral degrees in 2003.

The university has 72 undergraduate majors, covering as many as 8 disciplinary areas (science, engineering, medicine, law, liberal arts, economics, management, and education). There are 6 provincial key disciplines, 5 disciplines administrated by the Chinese government, and 1 key discipline of national defence. 18 Programs are entitled to award Ph. D. degree, 124 MA or M.S. degrees, and 35 professional degrees. The mining engineering, nuclear technology and its application, pathology and pathological physiology, and pharmacology are Hunan provincial key construction disciplines. There are 2 ministerial key laboratories, i.e. the dissolution and mineral laboratory, the coordinating laboratory of the International Radon Calculation Program of IAEA in Asia, 1 provincial key laboratory, i.e. the radon laboratory.

Nuclear science, medical science and environment-related sciences are the three pillarstones of the university.

The university began its international student education in 2011, and there are now more than 50 students from 8 countries, most of them majoring in clinical medicine.

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