Top Six Reasons to Apply to ITU!

Top Six Reasons to Apply to ITU!
July 24, 2014

Information Technology University (ITU) has opened applications for its BS and MS programs. ITU implements a unique teaching methodology which incorporates cutting edge research in science and technology with an entrepreneurial vision and aims to help its students become the leading professionals, researchers, academics, entrepreneurs and innovators in the fields of Information Technology and Engineering.

Here are the top six reasons why you should apply to ITU:

6. Extremely generous scholarships and funding opportunities: so far no student has been held back from studying at ITU for financial reasons. Large number of merit and need based scholarships are available. For more details please visit:

5. ITU’s top notch faculty members are amongst the best teachers and researchers in their fields, and have studied at the world’s most prestigious universities! For more details, please visit:

4. ITU is affiliated with Plan9, Pakistan’s largest tech incubator, to facilitate technological entrepreneurship in teaching, research and extracurricular activities.

3. ITU is currently housed in Lahore’s iconic Arfa Software Technology Park and has state-of-the-art facilities; including labs, a library and equipped research centers. A dedicated 500 acre campus at Knowledge Park, DHA, Lahore has been approved for the university, work on which shall soon commence.

2. ITU also houses ITU-Training; a platform which offers workshops, seminars and training sessions geared towards enhancing the skill set of amateurs and professionals working in the local IT Industry. Apart from providing students with vital exposure, some of ITU Training’s workshops, such as the acclaimed Freelancer Factory, are due to be incorporated into coursework. For more information, please visit:

1. Information Technology University’s seven research centers take forward the university’s core mission of using innovation, research and entrepreneurship to find home-grown solutions to local developmental challenges. ITU has also received research finding from international institutions such as the World Bank. For more information, please visit: