Previously known as CIIT, CUI is one of the top IT universities in Pakistan. Ranked # 4 in QS General University Ranking in Pakistan and ranked # 146 in Asia.
COMSATS has a great name in the tech and computer industry.
The main campus of the university is located at Park Road, Tarlai Kalan,
It has 6 sub-campuses located in :
- BS – Accounting & Finance
- BS – Bioinformatics
- BS – Bioscience
- BS – Business Administration
- BS – Computer Engineering
- BS – Computer Science
- BS – Economics
- BS – Electronics
- BS – Electrical Engineering
- BS – Electrical Electronics Engineering
- BS – Mathematics
- BS – Physics
- BS – Psychology
- BS – Software Engineering
- BS – English
- BS – Data Science
- BS – Artificial Intelligence
- BS – Cyber Security
- Bachelor of Architecture
- Bachelor of Fine Arts
- Bachelor of Design
To see the complete list of programs offered at all campuses COMSATS, visit their website via this link.
- Spacious lecture theatres
- 50 Laboratories
- More than 1100 Computers
- Major well-equipped Labs of
- VLSI and DSP
- Research Centers
- Outdoor and indoor sports facility
- Medical Centre
- Societies and clubs for co-curricular activities
- In-campus parking
- In-campus Cafeteria
- Transport facility
CUI Islamabad campus does not have on-campus dormitories so it arranges private hostels outside the campus, for the students who are willing to avail themselves.
The various hostels are of economical rates and provide different packages according to one’s need.
For other campuses, some of them offer an on-campus residence, you can refer to their specific websites.
Fee structure for Islamabad Campus
BS-Accounting & Finance
BS-Electrical Electronics Engineering
BS-Mathematics and BS-Physics
BS-Psychology and BS-Computer Engineering (non-engineering)
To see the fee structure of other campuses follow the respective links given below:
- The admission process for CUI is very simple. All you have to do is register to the CUI admission portal at the given link: https://admissions.comsats.edu.pk/
- CUI admissions portal is universal for all campuses. So, you will have to choose from among the campuses to which you want to apply.
- After completing your registration, you will have to complete the candidate profile by giving your personal and educational details.
- You will be asked to give your residential address and entry test details.
- CUI accepts only NAT conducted by NTS or an aptitude test conducted by CUI itself, according to the pattern of NTS NAT, both entry tests are conducted every month and for both, you will have to apply through NTS.
- You can take the test any month before the application’s last date and you can also retake the test to improve your performance and give the better one for application.
- After completing all these details you will have to choose five different programs of interest and you will be given admission as per your choice priority and merit position in all programs.
- The application fee is RS-2500 as of recently, and in this fee, you can apply for 5 different programs on one campus.
- The fees are subject to change as per university policy.
- When your application is accessed you will receive a confirmation email from COMSATS.
- There may not be a display of merit lists, but you will be notified through email and SMS once you are selected.
Because of the global outspread of COVID-19, and the situation of the pandemic in the country, application dates are not constant and they are decided as per government guidelines. To check updated dates keep visiting CUI’s main website.
- For all engineering programs and architecture program
Minimum 60% marks in Intermediate
- For all other degree programs
Minimum 50% marks in Intermediate.
NAT Preparation Tips
NAT is an MCQs-based test with 4 following sections:
Each MCQ has 4 different options given (a, b, c and d) and there is an additional option “e” in case no option is correct in your opinion.
Important Note: Calculators are not allowed
This section consists of 5 types of questions.
- Sentence Completion
This section judges the analytical skills of the candidate. It consists of 2 types of questions.
- Statement based
The questions of this section are simple but involve some tricks. This portion consists of three types of questions.
This section is different from all NAT tests, in this section candidates are asked questions relevant to or their subjects in Intermediate qualification, for FSC Pre Engineering students, subjects are Math, Physics and Chemistry, and for Pre Medical students, subjects are Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
Likewise, it is for all combinations.
NAT Paper Pattern
There are a total of 90 questions in the test, which are to be attempted in 120 minutes.
The number of questions and time is the same for all types of NAT.
A paper distribution table is given below for Pre Engineering subjects, the table is the same for all combinations, only it differs in the subject section, where the marks and number of questions are the same but the subjects will be according to your selected choice.
NO. OF QUESTIONS
A1: Sentence Completion
B1: Scenario Based
B2: Statement Based
Test Day Instructions
- Question booklets will be of 5 different colours.
- Candidates around you will have different coloured booklets (will have different questions).
- You will be given a separate bubble sheet for answer filling, containing five options.
- You will have to completely shade the correct bubble with dark blue or black ink or else it will be marked ZERO.
- Don’t waste your time asking any questions, because they don’t know anything.
- In case of any erroneous questions, the checking system will adjust the marks accordingly.
- As you will have limited time, so don’t waste any time on one question
- Read every question at least twice to understand it completely
- Any question that seems difficult, leave it and move forward
- Once you complete all questions then start over and go through unattempted questions
- There is no negative marking, if you feel any difficulty then mark the option closest to answer
- Leave 10 to 15 minutes for the shading of the answer sheet.
- You can only use the last pages of the question booklet for rough use
- No other stationary material is required and allowed
- Question booklets will also be collected at the end of the test so, don’t tear them or write anything else.
- For scenario-based and statement-based questions, it is better that you draw a rough sketch and then uses it to answer questions.
- For the Analogical part of the English section, to understand a relation between the pair of words, it is better you write a sentence using both words and then put every pair from the option and see which pair suits you well.
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