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QS YOUNG University Ranking - 2019: Top 50 Under 50  

National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) Islamabad has again taken a jump of 10 points from 61st to 51st position in QS Top 50 under 50 ranking of top 150 universities announced by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), UK on 21st June, 2018. As already known this category is designed to highlight the performance of universities whose performances in teaching and research are increasingly impressive considering their age and resources. It is to be noted that QS is one of the most credible University Ranking known internationally. It ranks top universities both at World and Regional levels, beside other rankings for example faculty/subject and young universities under the age of fifty years. NUST has prominently and consistently figured among all categories since 2007. For last two years it has leaped ahead to further consolidate its position among its peers nationally and internationally.​ ​

NUST IMPROVES ITS QS YOUNG UNIVERSITY RANKING 2018 






NUST has also risen to even greater prominence as per the latest QS Top 50 under 50 ranking announced on 13th July, 2017.  This category is designed to highlight the performance of universities whose performances in teaching and research are increasingly impressive considering their age and resources. National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) Islamabad has improved its ranking to # 61 position compared to # 74 last year globally.

QS YOUNG UNIVERSITY RANKING - 2016/17: TOP 50 UNDER 50 





M/S Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) of UK, the most prestigious ranking agency of the world has announced its latest edition of QS top 50 under 50, an annual ranking of top 100 universities from the QS World University Rankings that have been established in the last 50 years. This category is designed to highlight the performance of universities whose performances in teaching and research are increasingly impressive considering their age and resources. National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) Islamabad has made its debut in QS Next 50 under 50 list of 2016-17 from the QS World University Rankings and has been ranked # 74. NUST is the only Pakistani university which is included in this ranking list. This achievement speaks of the hard work put in by the NUST management and faculty in terms of developing the University in line with international criteria and standards.​


​QS YOUNG UNIVERSITY RANKING - 2015/16: TOP 50 UNDER 50 




M/S Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) of UK, the most prestigious ranking agency of the world has announced its latest edition of QS top 50 under 50, an annual ranking of top 50 universities from the QS World University Rankings that have been established in the last 50 years. This category is designed to highlight the performance of universities whose performances in teaching and research are increasingl​y impressive considering their age and resources. This year, QS has also published the QS Next 50 under 50 rankings of next 50 universities (from 51 to 100) under 50 years old. National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) Islamabad has made its debut in QS Next 50 under 50 list of 2015-16 from the QS World University Rankings and has been ranked # 85. NUST is the only Pakistani university which is included in this ranking list. This achievement speaks volumes of the hard work put in by the NUST management and faculty in terms of developing the University for competing internationally for the criteria used for ranking. While NUST management and faculty praise Allah, the Almighty, for bestowing this unique honour, the nation can take pride in its own university, the NUST.  Rector NUST, Engineer Muhammad Asghar, has congratulated the administration and faculty of all NUST constituent institutions for their persistent efforts made to achieve excellence in providing high quality education to their students and carrying out research of international standards.  He has assured the nation that NUST will continue making resolute efforts to further improve its standing amongst the global academia​.​​

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