Last date for Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) admission form submission is August 31 while the prospectus and admission application forms are available at authorized branches of First Women Bank Limited (FWBL).
The candidates waiting for the results may also submit their admission forms within the due date.
Detailed advertisement with eligibility criteria and further information regarding the procedure to apply for admission is available on web-site: www.fjwu.edu.pk.
FJWU had recently announced the admission for BS, B.ed, M.Phil and Ph.D, Fall 2022 in various disciplines (Regular and Self Support).
Associate Degrees and Diploma Programs have also been introduced in various fields.
Additionally, FJWU has launched two new departments, including the Department of Bioinformatics and Department of Public Health and Applied Sciences. The university had also invited the potential candidates and their parents to visit campus on open house on August 20.
The university conducted an open house for the public in general and the student community in particular for information on admissions in different programs.
This event provided the visitors with valuable insights into program options, university life and the overall campus experience.
FJWU is the country’s first women’s university, founded in 1998 with a limited faculty.
Over time, the faculty has expanded, many international scholars have joined the university.
During the tenure of Dr. Saima Hamid, the university has achieved a number of milestones, one being the inauguration and launching of new departments to provide quality education to women from every corner of Pakistan.
Recently FJWU received another feather in its cap after being ranked 101 in Top 200 World Universities with Real Impact (WURI) Rankings 2022.
FJWU is geared towards contributing in the sustainable development of the country.
The vision of the university is to aspire and innovate for a sustainable future by promoting higher education, research, collaboration and community engagement to achieve societal empowerment.