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The university was founded on October 21, 1974 as the "Modern Computer Course," a short-term computer training institute, and evolved into a full-scale university with undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate degree programs. It was established as Bina Nusantara University on August 8, 1996.
The university is still recovering from the long period of war, but as of Kabul University is attended by 25,000 students, of which around 38% are women. Ahmad Zia Baseer serves as its Chancellor while Raihana Popal is Vice Chancellor. The main building was renovated about 500 metres from the old one, which has almost the same design.
The mission of Kabul University is to mature and prosper as an internationally recognised institution of learning and research, a community of stakeholders committed to shared governance, and a centre of innovative thought and practice.
Mazari Sharif • Economics • Law • Literature • Medicine, General, Internal
As part of its contributions to the rebuilding of Afghanistan, the government of Pakistan is expanding the university by adding the Liaquat Ali Khan engineering faculty, a 10 million dollar separate block, completed in 2012.
Kabul • Education, Educational Research
Kandahar • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Medicine, General, Internal
Kandahar University provides study in Agriculture, Medicine, Engineering and Education. It has more than 5000 students including 300 girls in seven different faculties. The university enrolls around 280 students each year in majors through an entrance exam directly under the control of the Afghan Ministry of Higher Education.
Kabul • Business • Law • Political Science
The University provides degrees in Information Technology(BIT), Software Engineering(BSE), Law(LLB), Political Science and Business Administration.
Mathematics, Statistics, Finance
Khost • Computer Science, Robotics • Film, Radio, Television
Khost University has nine faculties and more than 3000 students. It has a private radio station for journalism faculty. It is the only university in Afghanistan with a faculty in computer science. It has a hostel for students, and medical students are trained at the government-run Khost Hospital. This university was officially opened by the United Arab Emirates officials and Khost governor in March 2008. Khost University was built up by economical help from United Arab Emirates; that is why it's called Shaikh Zayed University.
Khost University is one of eleven Afghan educational institutions that have e-learning facilities, provided by USAID.
Kabul • Medicine, General, Internal • Nursing
Currently, more than 25 medical schools are known to exist in Afghanistan but KMU is known to be the leading medical school in the country.
The University is named after Jamal ad-Din al-Afghan, the Islamic Ideologist of the 19th Century.
The foundation of the University was laid down offering admission in three faculties namely, education, theology and agriculture but over the years expanded its operation and currently is considered one of the reliable institutions in the region offering admissions in five faculties and 21 degree programs, adding Economics and Computer Science and concerned departments to the list.
Ghazni • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Cultural Studies
Jalalabad • Education, Educational Research
It has classes up to fifth year and also graduate the third bach and now they are in house job. All classes and house job doctors have been allowed to do their practical classes in Spinghar University teaching hospital and spinghar momand hospital in jalal abad. Recently fourth-year student Bahauddin Baha represented Afghanistan in the World Innovation Summit for Education in Doha. Spinghar Medical Institute is trying to offer best available medical facilities to its students in Nangrahar and kabul, Afghanistan.
Kabul • Computer Science, Robotics • Transportation
In June 2002, the first government of Afghanistan was formed by the Loya Jirga which took place at a tent on the campus of the Polytechnical University. The tent was especially built for housing the gathering of the 1,500 representatives.
Computer Science, Robotics • Economics • Law • Medicine, General, Internal • Nursing • Pharmacology, Pharmacy
Jalalabad • Computer Science, Robotics • Business • Communication • Management • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Literature
Herat • Nuclear Industry
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.
Kabul • Education, Educational Research • Civil Engineering, Contruction • Computer Science, Robotics • Business • History • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
Mr Abdul Latif Roshan, a certified Chartered Accountant, is chancellor of the University. The university, for the first time in the history of Afghansitan, launched Masters programs in Business administaration and computer science. University has well-qualified faculty hired mostly from Pakistan and India. Currently, the university offerse MBA, MCS, BBA, BCS, Bachelor in civil engineering and some diploma programs in English Language. The sun rises in the east.
It educates students, conducts primary research, creates new knowledge and advances technology. The university provides affordable access to education.
It was founded by Dr. Mohammad Hossein Eskandari and Hossein Rezaei.
Kabul • Economics • Law • Pharmacology, Pharmacy
Kabul • Law
It began its operation in a small classroom with 15 students in a country that was experiencing privatization in higher education for the first time. It has over 15,000 alumni as of 2014. The university quickly became one of the largest private higher education institutions in the country and later elevated to university status by the Ministry of Education.
Kardan University offers courses in the disciplines of Management Sciences, Information Technology, Engineering, and Social Sciences at the graduate level, and Business Administration and International Relations at the masters level. Kardan University has two campuses in Kabul city.
Gardez • Business
Kabul • Education, Educational Research
The NMAA should not be confused with the nearby Kabul Military Training Center (KMTC), which is a local rather than national institution responsible for basic infantry training.
In March 2010, a graduation ceremony was held at the Academy in Kabul for the class of 2010. These were only the second class to graduate from the academy. Among the distinguished guests were President Karzai, who made a speech during the event.
Khost • Computer Science, Robotics • Economics • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Literature
Pamir University has three faculties: computer science, language and literature, and economics.
Agriculture, Fisheries, Food
Rozgan University (RU) currently has faculty of education and Faculty of Agriculture and still the people of Uruzgan, Parliament members and the Provincial Governor is trying for establishing further faculties in Uruzgan University, there are large Number of students who are willing to study their higher education in Uruzgan Province rather than going to any other province of Aghanistan.
Turyallai Sahim who has completed his bachelor's degree (BBA) Bachelor of Business Administration in India Calicut University is willing to extend his further contribution to the university.
A cornerstone laying ceremony was conducted in April 2010 and the construction was completed in 2013. The total cost for the first phase of work was $200 million. Institutions that are located at ADU include the National Military Academy of Afghanistan.
Kabul • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
Political Science • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Veterinary Sciences • Theology, Religion • Medicine, General, Internal
Nangarhar University was established in 1963 as a medical college. It was later merged with other local colleges to become a full-fledged university. It now houses faculties in agriculture, engineering, education, medicine, theology, pedagogy, political science and veterinary medicine.