Undergraduate students are looking forward to join School of Management Sciences-GIK Institute, Pakistan

Top university of Pakistan ‘GIK Institute’ has recently upgraded the Department of Management Sciences as “School of Management Sciences”; and the undergraduate students are reportedly excited to join this institute for 4year BS Management Science degree program with specialization in either Supply Chain Management, Entrepreneurship & Marketing, or Finance & Accounting.

According to the official sources, Professor Dr. Sami Farooq has recently been appointed as the first Dean of the School of Management Sciences at Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology.

GIK has been ranked among the top 30 universities of the world for its quality education, and the excellent foreign qualified faculty of the School of Management Sciences is playing its vital role to maintain and improve the position of the institute among the leading universities of the world.

GIKI’s School of Management Sciences is one of the very few Management (Business) School in Pakistan providing specialized Supply Chain Management education. Moreover, the institute is supporting the Entrepreneurial activities of the students and the faculty through university incubation center and industrial linkages.

The success of the institute and the School of Management Sciences is also highlighted by the alumni’s performance who are currently employed in the leading national and international organizations. The university is located at the apex of main CPEC routes and nearby federal capital Islamabad thus providing excellent logistical connections.

There are several benefits for a student to join this institute as it is the first residential university that is built in Pakistan. As per the officials, there are more than 25 dynamic, vibrant and thriving student societies that are playing their role in winning the national as well as international awards for not only the institute but also for Pakistan.

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