Aga Khan University (AKU)
1983, as Pakistan's first private university. Currently 12 teaching sites in 8 countries. Part of F-XF5817 - Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN).
Train and educate physicians, nurses and teachers in the developing world; conduct research that addresses health and education problems; upgrade the quality of health and education services by acting as a role model to other institutions; work as a dialogue partner with governments and institutions as an agent of change.
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Academic units or programmes in 'Pakistan': School of Nursing (AKU-SON); Medical College (AKU-MC); University Hospital (AKUH-K); Institute for Educational Development (AKU-IED); Examination Board (AKU-EB); 'East Africa - Kenya': Advanced Nursing Studies Programme (AKU-ANS); University Hospital (AKUH-N); Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME); 'Tanzania UR': Institute for Education Development (AKU-IED); Advanced Nursing Studies Programme (AKU-ANS); Postgraduate Medical Education Programme (PGME); 'Uganda': Advanced Nursing Studies Programme (AKU-ANS); 'UK': Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations (AKU-ISMC); 'Afghanistan': Managing French Medical Institute for Children (FMIC).
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