Aga Khan University campus chapter is a group of students that are officially affiliated with Youth For Pakistan and use their campus as a platform to educate and advocate for the Youth For Pakistan mission. The idea behind the Campus Chapters is on the lines of building a community of students and youth across AKU and giving them a common platform, which can connect with other campus chapters.
When you introduce Youth For Pakistan to your AKU, you will connect with and engage people of all backgrounds to transform institutions, communities, and the world. Youth For Pakistan will provide the framework, tools, training, and support to help AKU students build leadership skills, relationships—and your resume—while collaborating to create meaningful change on and off-campus. You may even find a career path you hadn't considered yet.
Aga Khan University Campus Chapter
The campus representative of AKU is essentially the President of the Campus Chapter. This person will head the core committees of the chapter. The campus President with four others like Vice President, Coordinator, General Secretary, and Treasurer are all called Campus Board. Read More How Campus Chapter Works
Aga Khan University was founded in 1983 as Pakistan’s first private university. In 2000, the university began expanding its campuses to Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Afghanistan, and the UK.
Beginning as a health sciences university, AKU is among the largest healthcare providers in Pakistan and East Africa with their research influencing health policy and practice all over the world. The university has developed its program offering to include teacher education, Muslim civilizations, journalism, early childhood development, and public policy.
There are over 20 student societies and clubs which include theatre, literary arts, surgery interest, and the class representatives committee.
On its Pakistan campuses, the university offers an abundance of facilities and resources to its students including an audio-visual and learning center, clinical setting rooms for problem-based learning, as well as the AKU Hospital.