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17 Pakistani Universities Included in QS Sustainability Rankings 2024

Discover the sustainability efforts of 17 Pakistani universities in the QS Sustainability Rankings 2024, highlighting their commitment to social and environmental responsibility.

QS Sustainability Rankings 2024 Feature 17 Pakistani Universities

In the latest QS Sustainability Rankings 2024, 17 universities in Pakistan were ranked. This is a big increase from last year when only 5 universities were in the rankings.

These rankings include 1397 universities from 95 different countries. Universities are ranked based on how well they perform in social and environmental sustainability.

The National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) is the top-ranked university in Pakistan, followed by the University of Lahore.

University Environmental Impact Social Impact
National University of Sciences And Technology (NUST) Islamabad 234 444
The University of Lahore 508 731
COMSATS University Islamabad 612 522
University of Engineering & Technology (UET) Lahore 481 955
Bahria University, Islamabad. Pakistan 733 992
University of the Punjab 1001+ 693
Quaid-i-Azam University 754 961
Iqra University 1001+ 1001+
University of Management and Technology 1001+ 716
University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan 1001+ 1001+
Air University Pakistan 1001+ 1001+
Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology 813 1001+
University of Agriculture, Faisalabad 902 1001+
National University of Modern Languages (NUML) 1001+ 1001+
The Islamia University of Bahawalpur 1001+ 1001+
University of Central Punjab 1001+ 1001+
University of Karachi 1001+ 1001+

Other ranked Pakistani universities include COMSATS University Islamabad at number three, the University of Engineering & Technology (UET) Lahore at number four, and Bahria University at number five.

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Globally, the University of Toronto is ranked first, followed by the University of California, Berkeley at two, the University of Manchester at three, the University of British Columbia at four, the University of Auckland at five, Imperial College London at six, the University of Sydney at seven, Lund University at eight, the University of Melbourne at nine, and Western University at ten.

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