Pakistan Institute of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Islamabad (PIEAS)

PIEAS has active links with the reputed universities in developed countries and these links have been very helpful for excellent development of PhD program at PIEAS.

  • Pakistan Institute of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Islamabad (PIEAS)
  • +92 (51) 924 8600
  • [email protected]
  • https://pieas.com

Description

INTRODUCTION:

Nestled in the serene setting of a beautiful countryside, Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS), Islamabad, is recognized as a preeminent federal public university devoted to higher education in specific disciplines of engineering, natural sciences and formal sciences. Although PIEAS offers BS, MS, M Phil and PhD degree programs, yet the postgraduate degree programs dominate. In addition to the degree programs, PIEAS also offers specialized short courses to engineers, scientists and other professionals for their continuing professional development. The length of these courses varies from 2 to 18 months and the areas covered have included reactor supervision and operation, health physics, medical physics, laser technology, vacuum technology, computer applications advanced reactor safety and management sciences. PIEAS's highly qualified faculty matched with excellent infrastructure are instrumental in its endeavor to offer high quality education in the disciplines of engineering and applied sciences, fulfill national and regional requirements for highly qualified professionalsand contribute to the welfare of humanity through education, research and development.

Programs

The disciplines and the degree programs offered by PIEAS have been tabulated below. The regular duration of BS and MS / M Phil degree programs is 4 and 2 years, respectively.

 

Discipline

Degree Program

BS

MS / M Phil

PhD

Chemical Engineering

 

Electrical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Metallurgy and Materials Engineering

 

Nuclear Engineering

 

Computer and Information Sciences

 

Medical Sciences

 

Physics