Ibn Haldun University (IHU) and one of the leading universities in Pakistan, the University of Quaid-i-Azam (QAU), signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at a virtual ceremony earlier today. The agreement will see both higher education institutions cooperate on different areas of social sciences as well as collaborate on joint research, publications, workshops and specialist area projects.
It was IHU’s first virtual MoU since its inception and both parties were delighted by the success of the online ceremony during the ongoing pandemic.
Student cooperation will be enhanced through student exchange opportunities between the two institutions. Furthermore, academic cooperation will be amplified through the exchange of researchers as well as joint workshops, seminars and conferences.
Both universities will look forward to initiating a joint strategy that will foster and build relations through mutually benefiting projects.
IHU is committed to furthering its ties with QAU to continue its growth in the field of social sciences and reflect its mutual benefit to the current and future generation of students in both institutions.