University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, is a premier institution of higher learning in the field of engineering sciences. Starting as a College in 1952, with an initial enrollment of only twenty students, today it boasts sixteen departments, covering an entire spectrum of engineering disciplines, from the traditional, such as electrical and mechanical, to the cutting-edge technologies such as electronics, mechatronics, and industrial engineering. To-date, more than eight thousand students that graduated are serving the needs of Pakistan, and many have achieved high positions of responsibility and excellence in their chosen fields.
Besides bachelors degree courses, there is a robust post-graduate programme, where scholars are engaged in rigorous training and research leading to Master’s and Ph.D degrees. UET also has a strong out-reach programme, under which academic linkages with the world class universities of UK, Canada, USA, Malaysia and Thailand offering invaluable training to faculty and students, through split programmes, joint research and faculty exchanges.
Over the last few years, with Higher Education Commission’s support, UET has initiated a number of research and infrastructure development projects, with a portfolio of Rs. 9 billion.
Directorate of Postgraduate Studies
The Directorate of Postgraduate Studies (DPGS) deals with admissions of postgraduate students in coordination with Directorate of Admissions. The Directorate also looks after the processing of postgraduate programmes and enforcement of regulations approved by the Academic Council and Syndicate.
➨ Agricultural Engineering
(a) Farm Machinery & Power Engg.
(b) Soil & Water Engg.
➨ Civil Engineering
(a) Structural Engineering
(b) Water Resources
(c) Earthquake Engineering
(d) Environmental Engineering
(e) Transportation Engineering
➨ Chemical Engineering
➨ Computer Systems Engineering
➨ Computer Software Engineering
➨ Computer Science
➨ Telecommunication Engineering
➨ Electrical Engineering
(a) Power Engineering
(b) Communication & Electronics Engg.
➨ Industrial Engineering
➨ Manufacturing Systems Engineering
➨ Mining Engineering
➨ Mechanical Engineering
(a) Dynamic and Control
(b) Mechanical Engineering Design
(c) Materials Eng.
➨ Mechatronics Engineering
➨ Basic Sciences & Islamiat
➨ National Institute of Urban Infrastructure Planning
(a) Urban Infrastructure Engg:
(b) Urban Infrastructure Planning & Management
Master Degree Programme
The Master’s degree programme at University of Engineering and Technology shall extend over a period of at least four semesters. A total of 32 credit hours (including 26 credit hours of courses and 6 credit hours of research) are required to complete the Master’s Degree Programme. The 26 credit hours of course work shall include a minimum of 18 credit hours from the area of specialization and 2 credit hours of the course “Research Methodology”. This course will be registered as credit course.
Rules for admission
Master’s degree programme shall commence in Spring and Fall semesters i.e, twice annually.
Candidates seeking admission must have a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant Engineering discipline from an institution accredited by Pakistan Engineering Council.
Candidates seeking admission must score 50% minimum marks in GRE General type test, organized by University Appointed Testing Authority (UATA).
Applications on the prescribed form shall be made to the Director Admissions, on the date advertised in newspapers, after which no application shall be entertained.
Seats for Pakistani students are given in Table-1 page-02. 50% of the total allocated seats in each category will be filled during Fall semester, and remaining will be filled during Spring semester.
Candidates shall have to pass departmental subject and UATA test with at least 50% marks. Final merit shall be made based on the combined results of UATA marks and the departmental test in the following manner:
➨ GRE General Type Test conducted by UATA = 50% Weightage
➨ Departmental Subject Test = 50 % Weightage
The UATA (GAT General)/UATA (UET GATE Special) tests shall be valid for two academic years while subject test shall be conducted each time admission is offered.
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