A day in the life of HU

My Name is Syed Muneeb Hassan and it’s my “first day experience at HU”
Life at HU turned out to be completely different from what I expected. Though life has never been a bed of roses for me, deep inside I still wanted to make the next two years of my life memorable. Wanted to start over maybe?
When I got enrolled in HU, I knew I would have to face problems settling into a new ambiance but on the hindsight compromises seemed a roaring possibility.
I remember I entered the college premises with new hopes and aspirations. College presented a new sight which was quite different from what I glimpsed on the prospectus, making it a nice jump into the blue. I came across many different faces on the first day, gazing at each one of them with a rather skeptical projection about their purpose in the campus. 

I was puzzled to see boys playing indoor and outdoor games, the cafeteria and the cuisine, to go with it. Hysterical laughter’s on the jokes that were being cracked by the students. I knew I would be a part of this amusement at university soon. The newly admitted students were in high spirits while I just stood there assessing each one of them, not being judgmental. I was just trying to figure out about how they felt being here. It was a hot day which of course added to the laziness. Making my way to the cafeteria I grabbed a bottle of chilled coke. HU reminded me of my school days waiting for recess and counting every single minute of the class to end. 

Well my first day will always be memorable not because of the fact that excitement was creeping in, but because to my astonishment it turned out to be completely different from what I had expected. An air of uncertainty gushed through my mind and with it the question of whether it is a place where I can socialize or not? But the answers laid before my eyes as I entered my class. Guys seemingly joyous were responsive and worthy to pal around with. A hint of worry passed through my mind as our teacher entered the room with a book, looking gruesome? But no….he actually turned out to be nice and dandy. All my concerns vanished right away. Settling down took this much. Teachers seemed amiable. Students, though a bit introvert, sounded nice. A cozy cafeteria was worth visiting with a renovation in sight, and lastly the campus gave me a subtle eureka, being drastically different from what I had perceived. So long story short I look forward to seeing my future unfold at Hajvery University.

My name is Tahir Kokhar and I’m sharing experience of “A Day at Hajvery University”
Entering the university gate the green ground welcomes me to a new day at Hajvery University. Walking up the stairs of the university I think about the class which I am going to attend. It is a tense yet wonderful feeling. In my class the never-ending rows of chairs are almost full as I look for a seat. At 9:30 sharp the professor comes in the class. At first I am quite tense but eventually my nerves wear off and a sense of comfort comes over me. After attending the first one-and-a-half hour class I am tired. Thankfully, all the students at HU get a half hour break between the lectures. I take this opportunity to visit the beautiful green lawn outside. Sitting under the sun in the winter and under the trees shade in the summer is refreshing. It charges me up for my next class. After the second class I am free for the whole day.
I usually try to explore new places in what is now my campus. If I start feeling bored I move to the euro campus to meet friends. Some of them are in the volunteer committee in the university. They are usually busy in their work and I try to do my best to help them. When there is nothing left for me to do I visit the computer lab where there is a number of computers. I choose one at random, sit in front of it and start my research usually about the topic I have recently studied in the class. If I don't find anything on the internet I visit the HU library where I find shelves and shelves of books waiting to be read. The environment is quite calm and peaceful and I enjoy reading books there. As soon as I finish doing my research on a particular topic I call my friends. We often make plans to have lunch together in the HU cafeteria. There is a variety of products to pick from. The environment in the cafeteria is fun. Everyone is eating and having a great time. In the cafeteria we usually talk about what we have studied and done during the day. After having our lunch we pack up and leave the University. Waiting for the next day, bringing in new lesson for us to learn.

International Opportunities

HU offers many International Opportunities for its students. From Study Abroad to International Internships we have got it all. Most of HU students get the opportunity of International exposure during their studies.   

Great Careers Start at HU

Hajvery University's slogan 'Great careers start here...

reflects its commitment in supporting students to realise their career ambitions in a challenging economic context.


Careers and employability

Our courses won't just fire your imagination, they'll help you develop the skills and experience you need to go far once you graduate. And whether you know where you're heading or need some direction, our careers team's always happy to help…

Great careers start here

The University has longstanding links with business, industry, public sector and professional organisations, and our commitment to being the Pakistan’s leading business-facing University means you benefit from our drive to ensure that you, our graduates, are the first choice for employers. So, whatever you want to do - or if you're not quite sure yet - we'll do everything in our power to help you on your way to a happy and fulfilling future career.

Hands-on experience

Practical experience in business or industry gives you a real advantage when you start looking for jobs. We offer work placements both in the Pakistan and overseas on almost all our programmes, giving you the opportunity to develop those skills you'll need in the world of work.

Courses based on business needs

From Economics to English Literature, every one of our courses is designed to boost the skills employers are looking for – even if you don't realise it. That's because each School works closely with experienced business people to plan its teaching programme. For example, in our Business School, all students study courses in International Marketing and Entrepreneurship, helping our students stay one step ahead in the job market, and employers in get the highly skilled graduates they are looking for.

HU's amazing Student Life. Join Us!

HU is a modern and vibrant university with a diverse student body, giving you a truly exciting and rewarding academic and social life. HU Student life team is composed of amazing people.

Your University life is the perfect time to get involved by volunteering. We encourage students to participate in out-of-the-classroom activities, become involved, and learn from those experiences. The good times, the good friends, and support you will receive will create an exciting environment in which to live and learn.

HU - Student Centred University

Being a student-centered university is more than a description: it’s HU’s promise to you. It means we offer you all the opportunities and resources you need to succeed. 

As a student-centered university, HU provides optimal learning experiences and services that lead to student success. Students are the center of our focus. Students and their success serve as the driving force behind our decisions. As our first priority, HU students deserve the greatest educational opportunities and the highest quality of service.The University community expects and empowers our students to take responsibility for their academic work, social life and career development. We know that three primary factors influence student success:

1) the student's devotion of considerable time and energy to the learning process;

2) an institutional culture promoted by faculty, staff and administrators that engenders a caring and supportive environment; and

3) instructional experiences and support services that meet the academic, social and career development needs of students.

At Hajvery University, our students, faculty, staff and administrators recognize that student success is a shared responsibility characterized by:

Students who:

  • Take responsibility for their own learning;
  • Meet high expectations and gain diverse life experiences as they expand knowledge and skills useful for the future;
  • Increase ability to analyze, interpret and solve problems in order to make informed decisions;
  • Fully engage in pursuing realistic academic, career and social goals and monitor their progress toward those goals;
  • Fully engage in all aspects of campus life including co-curricular programs, activities and events;
  • Interact with a diverse community of learners and become knowledgeable of global issues; and
  • Become professional leaders who are strong contributors to society.

Faculty, Staff and Administrators who:

  • Provide nurturing and caring support needed for students to succeed;
  • Commit to all students being successful;
  • Continually develop and deliver programs and services that better serve students;
  • Promote learning that is rigorous and meaningful;
  • Realize student success is influenced by peers, faculty, staff, administrators and the University’s practices, policies and environment; and
  • Challenge students to aspire to the highest academic, social and career goals.