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The University of Lahore is the largest private sector university in Pakistan with more than 35,000 students and 4 campuses. 

Chairman's Message

‘Education is the pathway to success’

The University of Lahore is recognized as the largest private sector university of Pakistan with state-of-the-art purpose-built campuses in five cities.

We firmly believe in delivering excellence in research and learning in all of our programs ranging from undergraduate to Ph.D. Our aim is to impart high-quality education, encourage independent thought, driven by critical insight, and create graduates who have the skill set to progress in their professional careers.

Awais Raoof
Chairman, Board of Governors


Ibadat Education Trust

Trust established in July 1999 Objective was to set up and run University and to maintain the highest possible academic standards University was named as “THE UNIVERSITY OF LAHORE”


The University of Lahore was established in 1999 and had since then been offering courses in the fields of Medicine & Dentistry, Engineering, Arts, Sciences, and Social Sciences. With a strong emphasis on balanced progress and focus on human capital, the University has grown to 11 faculties and 35 departments.

International Links

To develop new precedents to initiating beneficial collaboration in the area of teaching and research, The University of Lahore signed multiple MOU’s and mutual educational and scholarly interests around the world.


The UOL Facts

  • Commercialization and Enterprise
  • Teaching Excellence
  • Excellent Facilities


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Accreditation is your assurance that the University meets quality standards.


The heart of Pakistan

Lahore is the second-largest city of Pakistan and the provincial capital of Punjab. Historically, it is said to be about 2000 years old. In the earliest times, it was a colony of Kangra hill Kingdoms and was a cut-off township on the trade route to Delhi. It had hardly any reputation in the Pre-Muslim era. Lahore came to fame with Islam in South Asia and started being called as the ‘Gardens of the Mughals’ or ‘City of Gardens’, after the significant rich heritage of the Mughal Empire.