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GREENWICH UNIVERSITY

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  • Associate
  • Bachelor
  • Masters
  • M.Phil / Ph.D.
  • ACCA
FAQs: General

Q. When does the admission process start at Greenwich?
A. Admission dates are announced on the website and in major newspapers. Admissions are open three times in a year for Fall, Winter and Spring term.
Q. Can a student awaiting result apply for the program?
A. Yes, however they have to complete their file with all academic records within a semester of their studies at Greenwich; this is in addition to the condition that the students have no deficiency in the previous years of their academic qualification.
Q. Who should be asked to write the recommendation letters?
A. Junior or Senior year teachers who know the applicant well should write the recommendation letters. Applicants may also choose someone other than blood relatives to write the recommendation letter who knows the applicants abilities.
Q. What is University Placement Test (UPT)?
A. All candidates are required to sit for the UPT. The Test is to judge the intellectual capability, managerial potential and personal facts of the applicant. Test comprises of English, Mathematics and General Knowledge. Sample Test paper is provided.
Q. How to prepare for the UPT?
A. All candidates are advised to read daily English newspapers for improvement in general knowledge and English language. Mathematics section covers basic concepts.
Q. When and how is student notified about the status of admission?
A. University Placement Test is conducted after the last date of application. Date and time of the UPT is conveyed to the candidate through email and courier. Candidates scoring reasonable grade in the UPT are called for Interview and Group Discussion. Letters for interview are sent through email and courier. Acceptance letter with invoice is sent through courier. In addition to this Manager Coordination may contact the applicant through phone/SMS/email.
Q. Can an applicant after admission defer studies for admission?
A. Yes. Applicant must in writing request deferment and specify which semester he/she would like to resume studies.
Q. How many semesters are the in a year?
A. There are three semesters in a year at Greenwich. Fall – Winter – Spring.
A. Yes. A Summer Program is offered to students who want to catch up with studies during summer break. List of courses on offer is displayed at the Communication Centre two weeks before Mid-Term Examination of Spring Term. Registration ends before Mid Term Examination. Regular as well as visiting students can take Summer Program.
A student in general can take two courses in Summer Program. Duration is usually six weeks.
Q. What is the schedule of classes at Greenwich?
A. The time table slots are 10-1:00, 2:00-5:00 and 6:00-9:00. The faculty for core courses sometime opts to take classes on Saturdays and Sundays, the same is notified in the beginning of the term.
Q. What resources are available for choosing carrier paths and internships?
A. Greenwich has well established Corporate Placement Office. The office arranges placements and internships for students at various national and multinational organizations including foreign and local banks. Internship program lasts for 6 – 8 weeks. Internships are structured so that students can apply their classroom knowledge to a practical work setting.
Q. Can a prospective student attend a classroom session?
A. Yes. Applicants are welcome to sit in on classes for short duration of half an hour after taking approval from the Communication Center on the recommendation of the Counselor.
Q. How does academic advising work at Greenwich?
A. Permanent faculty members are academic counselors / advisors at Greenwich. They assist and guide students with program planning and help them in learning policies and procedures, fulfilling graduation requirements on time, explaining transfer of credit process information. Students are advised to consult them on regular basis through the reception on all the issues.
Q. Is there someone (student) I can mail or talk to on campus?
A. Yes. Applicants can contact students working with admission office through admission counselors.
Q. Is there any Financial Assistance program at Greenwich?
A. Yes. Financial Assistance is given to students on the basis of need and merit. There is some fee waiver for siblings also. Details can be obtained from the office of the Bursar. A financial assistance form is required to be filled in with attachments to qualify for consideration during the second term of studies. Students with Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.8 on scale of 4 are given 25% scholarship on tuition fees.
Q. Do you have any transport facility?
A. Transport facility is only for girls residing in Defence and Clifton area.
Q. Do you have sports activities and can a student be admitted on the basis of achievements in sports?
A. Yes. We have active sports activities at Greenwich. Many of our students, individually and collectively, have won trophies in various tournaments. Admission on the basis of sports need to be reviewed by the Admission Committee. However, the applicant applying on the basis of sports need to qualify the minimum admission requirements.
Q. Do you have other extracurricular activities?
A. Yes. We do have lots of activities every semester which also include regular foreign trips of students and faculty.
Q. What is social life on campus?
A. There is a wide variety of options: concerts, sport events, distinguished guest speakers, and extracurricular activities like movie and cricket shows, caricature competitions, singing and naat competitions, debates, speeches, etc.
Q. Does Greenwich have foreign collaborations?
A. Yes. Greenwich University has signed Memorandum of Understandings with public and private sector universities in Malaysia, Bangladesh and Turkey. Our students can go and complete their program or study some courses and bring back the credits of those courses.
Q. How active are alumni of Greenwich? Where do they work?
A. Greenwich graduates enjoy great success into all sectors. Alumni rank among the top echelons and serve as executives in all fields. They stay connected to the university after graduation as well. In Fact many alumni serve as career mentors for current students.
Q. What is accreditation?
A. Accreditation is a system for recognizing educational qualification as defined by the profession or other accrediting bodies.
Q. What is Higher Education Commission (HEC)?
A. HEC is the accrediting body for all private and public sector universities. Greenwich is in the top most category of HEC, which is “W”, formerly called “A” category.
Q. Where is Greenwich? How do I get there?
A. The Greenwich University is located in Phase VI, Darakshan, DHA. Next to Beach Avenue. Prominent directions are there on major roads leading to the University. Applicant driving from Kala pul should take Korangi Road and Right Turn towards Defence. For more details see road map on University’s website. www.greenwichuniversity.edu.pk/contact.html
Q. Is hostel facility available?
A. We do not have hostel facility in the campus. However, on request it can be accommodated in the nearest vicinity on a walking distance by the administration.
FAQs: ASSOCIATE PROGRAMS

Q. In which disciplines do you offer an Associate Degree Program?
A.
  • Business Administration
  • Economics
  • English
  • Media Management and Advertising
  • Mass Communication and Media Studies
  • Organizational Communication
  • Economics and Finance
Q. What is the eligibility requirement to apply for Associate Degree Program?
A. A-levels with three passing subjects or higher / Intermediate.
Q. Is there any policy of exemption from Greenwich University Placement Test?
A. No. All applicants for Associate Degree have to appear in the UPT, Interview and Group discussion.
Q. Can a rejected student apply again at Greenwich?
A. Yes. A student can re-apply in the next semester.
Q. Is it possible to transfer from Associate program to Bachelors program at Greenwich or other universities?
A. At Greenwich, yes. It is possible within first two semesters of the program provided if the Bachelors program admission requirements are fulfilled.

Degree holders of Associate Degree can complete Bachelors program within two years. Admission into other universities depends on those universities’ admission criteria.

Q. What are the requirements and duration of the Associate degree Programs?
A. THE DURATION OF ASSOCIATE PROGRAM IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IS 4 SEMESTERS, 2 YEARS 66 CREDIT HOURS.
  • Requirement for degree
  • Passing 21 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • *(3 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF ASSOCIATE PROGRAM IN ECONOMICS & FINANCE IS TWO YEARS, 22 COURSES, 69 CREDIT HOURS.

  • Requirement for degree
  • Passing 22 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (3 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of UPT)
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF ASSOCIATE PROGRAM IN ECONOMICS IS TWO YEARS, 22 COURSES, 69 CREDIT HOURS.

  • Requirement for degree
  • Passing 22 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (3 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of UPT)
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF ASSOCIATE PROGRAM IN ENGLISH IS TWO YEARS

  • Requirement for degree
  • Passing 20 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (3 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of UPT)
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF ASSOCIATE PROGRAM IN ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION, 2 YEARS, 21 COURSES, 66 CREDIT HOURS.

  • Requirement for degree
  • Passing 21 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (3 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of UPT)
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF ASSOCIATE PROGRAM IN MEDIA MANAGEMENT AND ADVERTISING IS TWO YEARS, 21 COURSES, 66 CREDIT HOURS.

  • Requirement for degree
  • Passing 21 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (3 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of UPT)
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF ASSOCIATE PROGRAM IN MASS COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES IS TWO YEARS, 21 COURSES, 66 CREDIT HOURS.

  • Requirement for degree
  • Passing 21 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (3 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of UPT)
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.
Q. What is the tuition fee?
A. Tuition fee per course is Rs. 11,100. Registration/Library/Sports/Examination and other fee charges are written in the fee structure. Up-to-date information about fees is available before the beginning of each financial year/semester.
FAQs: BACHELORS PROGRAMS
Q. In which disciplines are you offering Bachelors Degree Programs?
A.
  • Business Administration
  • Economics
  • Education
  • English
  • Applied Linguistics
  • Literature
  • Economic and Finance
  • Media Management and Advertising
  • Mass Communication and Media Studies
  • Organizational Communication
Q. What is the eligibility requirement to apply?
A. 3 A levels subjects with grade “C” or higher /Intermediate. All documents need to be attested by Notary Public. The recommendation forms should not be from family members.
Q. Is there any policy of exemption from Greenwich University Placement Test?
A. All applicants are required to sit the UPT. However, applicants with SAT I scores exceeding 1900 are exempted from the undergraduate UPT; however they have to appear for the interview and group discussion.
Q. What is the policy of transfer of credit at Greenwich University?
A. Applicants can transfer their credits from other universities. The university has to be HEC recognized. Only B and higher grades are transferable. Undergraduate transfer students must complete 50% of their studies at Greenwich to take the degree.
Transfer of credit of courses studied at Greenwich is also possible. Many students of Greenwich have completed their degree with the transfer of credits to universities in UK, USA, Australia, Malaysia. However every university has its own policy for transfer of credits, therefore students must check for the status of transfer of credits from concerned universities.
Q. What is the duration and requirement of the Bachelors program?
A.
The duration of Bachelor program of Business Administration Program is four (4) years.
  • DEGREE REQUIREMENT FOR BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IS 4 YEARS, 44 COURSES, 141 CREDIT HOURS.
  • Passing 44 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (3 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF BACHELORS PROGRAM IN ECONOMICS IS 4 YEARS (9 SEMESTER) 42 COURSES, 135 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 42 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (3 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF BACHELORS PROGRAM IN ECONOMICS & FINANCE 4 YEARS, 44 COURSES, 138 CREDIT (9 SEMESTER) 42 COURSES, 135 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 42 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (3 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE BACHELORS PROGRAM IN EDUCATION (B.ED) (WEEKEND PROGRAM): 1 YEAR, 16 COURSES, 48 CREDIT HOURS.

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 15 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (2 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Completing internship (Job Training) of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE BACHELORS PROGRAM IN EDUCATION (B.ED) IS 04 YEARS (10SEMESTER), 40 COURSES, 129 CREDIT HOURSE.

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 42 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (2 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship (Job Training) of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.

THE BACHELORS PROGRAM IN ENGLISH (LINGUISTICS) IS 04 YEARS (09SEMESTER), 42 COURSES, 135 CREDIT HOURS.

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 44 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (2 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing the Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE BACHELORS PROGRAM IN ENGLISH (LITERATURE) IS 4 YEARS (09SEMESTER), 42 COURSES, 135 CREDIT HOURS.

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (2 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing the Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE BACHELORS PROGRAM IN MEDIA MANAGEMENT & ADVERTISING IS 4 YEARS (9 SEMESTERS), 43 COURSE, 138 CREDIT HOURS.

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 45 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (2 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing the Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

The Bachelors program in Mass Communication and Media Studies is 4 years (9 semester), 42 courses, 135 credit hours. THE BACHELORS PROGRAM IN ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION IS 4 YEARS (9 SEMESTER), 42 COURSES, 135 CREDIT HOURS.

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 44 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (2 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.
Q. What are the degree requirements of the program?
A. Complete 44 (3 courses in which placement are determined on the basis of University Placement result) courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 2:50 on scale of 4:00. Write Dissertation/Research Project in last two semesters. Complete internship of 6-8 weeks. Valid TOEFL/IELTS score.
Q. What is the tuition fee?
A. Tuition fee per course is Rs. 11,100. Registration/Library/Sports/Examination and other fees charges are written in the fee structure. Up-to-date information about fees is available before the beginning of each financial year/semester.
FAQs: MASTERS PROGRAMS
Q. In which disciplines do you offer the Master Degree Program?
A.
  • Business Administration
  • Economics
  • Education
  • English
  • Linguistics
  • Literature
  • Media Management and Advertising
  • Mass Communication and Media Studies
  • Finance and Risk Management
  • Organizational Communication
  • International Relations
  • Sociology & Social Work
Q. What programs are on offer at Masters Level in English?
A. At Greenwich we have 2 programs at Masters Level in English. Literature and the other in Linguistics.
Q. What is the eligibility requirement to apply?
A. Bachelor’s degree. Graduates with no background of English may be required to do foundation courses. All documents have to be attested by Notary Public. The recommendation forms should not be from family members.
Q. Is there any policy of exemption from Greenwich University Placement Test?
A. All applicants with GMAT score of 450 are exempted from graduate UPT; however they have to appear in the interview and group discussion.
Q. What is the policy of transfer of credits at Greenwich University?
A. Applicants can transfer their credits from other universities. The university should be HEC recognized. Only B and higher grades are transferable. Transfer of credit of courses done at Greenwich is also possible, many students of Greenwich have completed their degree with the transfer of credits to universities in UK, USA, Australia, Malaysia. However every university has its own policy for transfer of credit therefore students must check for the status of transfer of credits from concerned universities.
Q. What is the duration of the program?
A. The duration of Master program of Business Administration Program is 08 semesters, three (3.5) years.
  • DEGREE REQUIREMENT FOR MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IS 3.5 YEARS, 30 COURSES, 99 CREDIT HOURS.
  • Passing 30 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (3 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid GMAT score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM IS 2 YEARS (4 SEMESTERS) 12 COURSES, 45 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 12 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid GMAT score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION EXECUTIVE PROGRAM IS 3 YEARS (8 SEMESTER) 30 COURSES, 99 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 30 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid GMAT score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MASS COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES PROGRAM IS 2 YEARS (7 SEMESTER) 25 COURSES, 78 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 25 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (1 more course in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MEDIA MANAGEMENT AND ADVERTISING PROGRAM IS 2 YEARS (7 SEMESTER) 24 COURSES, 75 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 24 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (1 more course in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER OF ARTS IN ENGLISH LINGUISTIC PROGRAM IS 2 YEARS (7 SEMESTER) 22 COURSES, 72 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 22 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (1 more course in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER OF ARTS IN ENGLISH LITERATURE PROGRAM IS 2 YEARS (7 SEMESTER) 24 COURSES, 75 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 24 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (1 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGLISH LINGUISTIC PROGRAM IS 1 YEAR (3 SEMESTER) 8 COURSES, 36 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 8 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 12 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGLISH LITERATURE PROGRAM IS 1 YEAR (3 SEMESTER) 8 COURSES, 36 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 8 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 12 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER OF EDUCATION PROGRAM IS 1 YEAR (3 SEMESTER) 13 COURSES, 42 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 13 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION PROGRAM IS 2 YEARS (6 SEMESTER) 20 COURSES, 69 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 20 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (1 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IS 3 YEARS (9 SEMESTER) 35 COURSES, 114 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 35 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (2 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid GMAT score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS PROGRAM IS 2 YEARS (6 SEMESTER) 23 COURSES, 72 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 23 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (2 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Valid GMAT score.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.

THE DURATION OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INTERNTIONAL RELATIONS PROGRAM IS 2 YEARS (3 SEMESTER) 15 COURSES, 54 CREDIT HOURS

  • DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  • Passing 23 courses with cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00 on scale of 4.00.
  • * (1 more courses in which placement is determined on the basis of the UPT)
  • Writing Dissertation/Research of 6 credit hours.
  • Completing internship of 6-8 weeks covering 3 credit hours.
  • Passing Comprehensive Examination and Viva.
Q. What is the tuition fee?
A. Tuition fee per course is Rs. 14,700. Registration/Library/Sports/Examination and other fees charges are written in the fee structure. Up-to-date information about fees is available before the beginning of each financial year/semester.
FAQs: M.PHIL/PhD PROGRAMS

Q. In which disciplines do you offer M.Phil / PhD Degree Program?
A.
  • Marketing
  • Education
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • International Relations
  • Sociology
  • Political Science
Q. What is the entrance requirement for M.Phil Program?
A. Masters Degree.
Q. What is the requirement for Ph.D Program?
A. M.Phil / MS Degree with 3.0 GPA on a scale of 4.0 and in the annual system first division is required.
Q. What is the degree requirement for M.Phil degree?
A. Course work of 8 courses (24 credit hours), Dissertation (6 credit hours).
Q. Is it necessary to attached research Proposal?
A. Yes. A candidate seeking admission into MS/M.Phil. must submit a research proposal (about 1,000 words) with the application, which may focus on:
a) Specification of the broad field of study
b) Statement of the research problem and scope and objectives of the study c) The rationale for and the significance of the study
d) The candidate’s research / work experience in that area, if any, and e) The methodology to be followed.
Q. What are the days and timing of the classes?
A.Classes are on Saturday & Sunday
Q. What is the admission criterion?
A. 1. The candidate is required to appear in Greenwich University Placement Test and Interview.
2. Students who have passed NTS test will be exempted from appearing in test. However, they will have to appear for the Interview.
3. The test comprise of the following sections:
– Section I English + Communication Skills
– Section II Subject Knowledge and Application
The candidate will be required to score at least 50% marks in section I and section II separately to become eligible for consideration for provisional admission.
Q. Is hostel facility available?
A. We do not have hostel facility in the campus. However, on request it can be accommodate in the nearest vicinity on a walking distance by the administration.
Q. Can I make an appointment with an email to academic member of staff in order to discuss my research proposal?
A. Yes, we need application in writing for the same.
Q. What is the admission Procedure to MS./ M.Phil. / Ph.D Program?
A. Admission are made on the basis of the application form, research proposal, transcripts and references, Interview. Provisional admission will be given to students without NTS score.
Q. Do I need to submit GRE or GMAT results to be considered for the MPhil/PhD?
A. The GRE subject test is required for the Ph.D admission with 50% passing marks. GMAT is not required.
Q. What is the tuition fee?
A. Tuition fee per course is 18,300. Registration and other fees are written in the fee structure. Up-to-date information about fees is available before the beginning of each financial year/semester.
Q. Do you offer any financial assistance for your M.Phil / Ph.D program?
A. Financial assistance facility is available for deserving students. You have to apply for financial assistance to the committee.
Q. Is it necessary that GAT test should be qualified with minimum of 50% cumulative score before admission into the M.Phil/M.S program?
A. GAT test conducted by the National Testing Service is required to be qualified with a minimum 50% score at the time of admission or within two semester of course work of M.Phil./M.S. program.
Q. What does a Public Defense mean?
A. The defense is done in a public presentation in which teachers, students, and the general public can participate. The Scholar presents his/her Research Work and answers the questions of the audience. Public thesis defense is mandatory, in the presence of a board of senior researchers, consisting of members from an outside organization or university.
Q. Who is responsible for sending the thesis to foreign evaluators for evaluation?
A. The university send the thesis to foreign Evaluators for the evaluation.
Q. Which countries are academically/technically advanced for Evaluation of Ph.D Thesis?
A. Following countries are advance countries:
List of Industrially/Academically advance countries for evaluation of PhD thesis (For all subjects unless noted)
1 Australia 19 Ireland
2 Austria 20 Italy
3 Belgium 21 Japan
4 Bulgaria 22 Luxemburg
5 Canada 23 Netherlands
6 China+ 24 New Zealand
7 Czech Republic 25 Norway
8 Denmark 26 Poland
9 Egypt* 27 Portugal
10 Finland 28 Romania
11 France 29 Singapore
12 Germany 30 South Korea
13 Greece 31 Spain
14 Hong Kong 32 Sweden
15 Hungry 33 Switzerland
16 Iceland 34 Turkey
17 India* 35 United Kingdom
18 Iran* 36 United States
Q. What is the minimum duration to cover Ph.D course work?
A. Course work of 18 credit hours preferably in the first year is required to be completed and followed by a comprehensive examination for granting candidacy as Ph.D researcher.
Q. Is Ph.D Dissertation is mandatory to sent foreign expert evaluator?
A. The Ph.D. Dissertation must be evaluated by at least two Ph.D. experts from technologically/academically advanced foreign countries in addition to local Committee members.
Q. Is Open defense is mandatory in Ph.D Dissertation?
A. An open defense of Dissertation is an essential part of Ph.D Program.
Q. Is a research paper necessary to publish in HEC “X” category Journal?
A. Acceptance/publication of at least one research paper in an HEC approved “X” category journal is a requirement for the award of Ph.D. degree (“Y” in case of Social Sciences only).
Q. Is, Plagiarism Test mandatory before submitting the Dissertation?
A. The Plagiarism Test must be conducted on the Dissertation before its submission to the two foreign experts.
Q. Is a copy of PhD Dissertation mandatory to submit HEC?
A. A copy of Ph.D. Dissertation (both hard and soft) must be submitted to HEC for record in Ph.D. Country Directory and for attestation of the PhD degree by the HEC.
FAQs: ACCA PROGRAM

Q. How do I apply to be an ACCA student?
A. You can register online to become an ACCA student at any time of the year.
Applying online allows you to upload all your supporting documents. This means your ACCA application will be processed much quicker and you will know at which level you can start your studies shortly after submitting your application.
Q. What are the entry requirements for the ACCA qualification??
A. The minimum entry requirements for the ACCA Qualification are:
Two A-Levels and three GCSEs (or their equivalent). These need to be in five separate subjects including English and Math.
To check if your qualifications meet our minimum entry requirements, please check the minimum entrance requirements database.
Q. What are the entry requirements for Foundations In Accountancy?
A. There are no minimum entry requirements – you can start at any level. However, we strongly recommend you start at the Introductory Certificate if you have no formal qualifications, especially if it has been a while since you completed any studies.
This is because students who start at the Introductory Certificate and work their way through the Foundation level-qualifications perform better in the higher-level exams.
Q. What documents do I need to register as a student?
A. You are required to submit copies of the following:
  • Official educational documents e.g. completion certificates and transcripts detailing the modules studied
  • Proof of identity (copy of birth certificate / passport / National ID Card or driving license)
  • Passport-style photograph

Please note that where documents have been issued in a language other than English, we require a photocopy of the original language documents and a copy of an official English translation.

You will be able to upload and attach copies of all documentation to your online application. Please note that in order to fully complete your application online you will be required to pay your registration fee by credit or debit card.

If you are ready to apply, please click apply now on the Related Links at the top left of the page and begin your application.

Q. How long does it take to register as a student?
A. The online application should take no more than 10 minutes to complete, providing you have all the documents you need ready before you start. You can also save a part-complete application and return to it a later date.

If you complete your application fully online, and we receive all the information and documents we require, you should be registered as a student within 5–7 working days.

If you have to send documents or payment to us by post, you should be registered as a student within 10 working days. Please note this timescale is from receipt of the documents.

We aim to process all applications within the timescales stated above following receipt of the application. You will then be sent a communication via email or letter confirming your application has been processed. Should we require further information to support your application we will contact you.

Q. Can I submit my registration form and pay at a later date?
A. Unfortunately, an application cannot be finalized without the relevant fee. Please ensure that a payment is submitted as part of your application.

Please note, until your application is finalized and you have been issued with official confirmation of your registration, you will be unable to attempt any examinations. Students are also advised not to book tuition until their registration is confirmed.

Q. What exams do I have to take to complete the ACCA qualification?
A. In order to complete the ACCA Qualification and qualify as an ACCA member, you will need to complete:
  • 14 exams (exemptions are awarded based on qualifications held)
  • 3 years practical work experience
  • The Ethics and Professional Skills module

The exams are detailed below:

FUNDAMENTALS EXAMS

Knowledge Module
F1 – Accountant in Business
F2 – Management Accounting
F3 – Financial Accounting

Skills Module
F4 – Corporate and Business Law
F5 – Performance Management
F6 – Taxation
F7 – Financial Reporting
F8 – Audit and Assurance
F9 – Financial Management

PROFESSIONAL MODULE
P1 – Governance, Risk and Ethics
P2 – Corporate Reporting
P3 – Business Analysis

Options (Two to be Completed)
P4 – Advanced Financial Management
P5 – Advanced Performance Management
P6 – Advanced Taxation
P7 – Advanced Audit and Assurance

To help demonstrate to potential employers that you can apply your knowledge in the workplace and have practical skills, you are required to complete three years relevant work experience. You can gain your practical experience before, during or after you complete your exams.

As part of your ethical development, you are required to complete the Ethics and Professional Skills Module. This will give you exposure to a range of ethical perspectives and includes several self-tests which require you to reflect on your own ethical behavior and values. The module becomes available to you online when you have completed the first three exams of the ACCA Qualification (F1 – Accountant in Business, F2 – Management Accounting and F3 – Financial Accounting), although it is recommended that you complete all nine Fundamentals level exams (F1 – F9) before taking it.

Q. What exams do I have to take to complete Foundations in Accountancy?
A. The Foundation-level qualifications, collectively referred to as Foundations in Accountancy, are detailed below:

INTRODUCTORY CERTIFICATE IN FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
FA1 – Recording Financial Transactions
MA1 – Management Information

INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE IN FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
FA2 – Maintaining Financial Records
MA2 – Managing Costs and Finance

DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS
FAB – Accountant in Business
FMA – Management Accounting
FFA – Financial Accounting

FOUNDATION DIPLOMA (ONLY AVAILABLE IN PAKISTAN AND BANGLADESH)
FA1 – Recording Financial Transactions
MA1 – Management Information
FA2 – Maintaining Financial Records
MA2 – Managing Costs and Finance
FAB – Accountant in Business
FMA – Management Accounting
FFA – Financial Accounting

CERTIFIED ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN
To achieve this award, you need to complete all of the above exams and two of the following exams:
FTX – Foundations in Taxation
FFM – Foundations in Financial Management
FAU – Foundations in Audit

To gain any of the above awards and receive a certificate you are required to complete the Foundations in Professionalism Module. This will give you exposure to a range of ethical perspectives and includes several self-tests which require you to reflect on your own ethical behavior and values.

To help demonstrate to potential employers that you can apply your knowledge in the workplace and have practical skills, you are required to complete one year’s relevant work experience. You can gain your practical experience before, during or after you complete your exams.

Exemptions can be awarded from Foundation in Accountancy exams based on qualifications held and work experience achieved (this relates to the CAT Qualification only).

Q. How quickly can I complete the ACCA qualification?
A. We run four exam sessions per year. Students can sit a maximum of four exams at each session, and a maximum of eight distinct exams each calendar year. You could therefore complete all of the exams in two years.However, as you also need three years practical experience before you can become an ACCA member and be considered a qualified accountant, the qualification takes a minimum of three years to complete.
Q. How quickly can I complete foundations in accountancy?
A. Once you are a registered Foundations in Accountancy student you have an unlimited amount of time in which to complete the qualification, however it can be completed quite quickly.

The first three Foundation-level qualifications are:

  • Introductory Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting
  • Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting

These consist of two exams and the Foundations in Professionalism module, which could be completed in 6 months.

The Diploma in Accounting and Business could be completed in 1 year, as could the Certified Accounting Technician qualification provided you achieve your required work experience whilst studying.

Q. When do exams take place?
A. From 2016, ACCA is running four exam sessions per year, and in addition the majority of exams at the Foundations level and F1-F3, F4 English and F4 Global exams are available as on-demand computer-based exams (CBE) which provide students with even greater flexibility and convenience.
Q. How do I study for my ACCA exams?
A. As an awarding body, ACCA relies on its global network of third party tuition providers to help our students prepare for their exams. Please note, ACCA does not provide tuition for its qualifications. ACCA recommends that you use one of our approved tuition providers. You can access the Tuition Provider Directory in the Related Links at the top left of the page.
Q. How many CBES are available within the ACCA and cat qualification and the foundations in accountancy suite of awards?
A. All three knowledge module exams within the ACCA qualification are available by on-demand CBE:
  • F1 Accountant in Business
  • F2 Management Accounting
  • F3 Financial Accounting

The following skills exams within the ACCA Qualification are available by on-demand CBE:

  • F4 (ENG) Corporate and Business Law
  • F4 (GLO) Corporate and Business Law

These papers each share a syllabus and exam format with the following papers in Foundations in Accountancy:

  • ACCA F1 and FAB
  • ACCA F2 and FMA
  • ACCA F3 and FFA

The first seven papers in the Foundations In Accountancy suite of awards and the CAT qualification are also available in on-demand CBE format.

From September 2016 we will, initially in selected markets, be introducing session CBEs for the F5-F9 exams. For more information about our new timetabled session CBEs, please visit the session CBEs section of our website.

For more information on the Foundation Level qualifications, please see the ‘Related Links’ section of this page.