Pakistan has never needed a liberal arts education more than it does now. This model of education makes for a new way of thinking and learning, forming a new lens to view the world with: a unique movement to change the world with. Habib University aims to be one with this movement.
All learning at Habib University is rooted in our philosophy of Yoshin,
a saying of Hazrat Ali (A.S), Yohsin denotes a process of self-cultivation that every student at Habib University goes through, rooted in the five paradigms of service, respect, passion, excellence and beauty. Yohsin also forms the center of our seven forms of thought and action
that comprises the Habib Liberal Core
Curriculum. Our curriculum, taught by our renowned faculty
from around the world, has a keen focus on interdisciplinarity: we believe that a Computer Science
or Electrical Engineering
major is incomplete without knowledge of history and literature and a Social Development & Policy
or Communication & Design
major is only half-finished without good knowledge of Physics and Math. The need of the hour is not of technical experts but of robust citizens of the world.
Our rigorous, hands-on education is set in an environment of team work, creativity and self-actualization. Students are encouraged to follow their passions, work closely on research with the faculty
and collaborate to come up with innovative solutions to real world problems. Our dedicated Student Life
department ensures simultaneous personal development whilst our Office for Global Engagement
continuously explores opportunities for international exposure. Each member of the Habib Community has one thing in common: they want to make a positive difference in the world today, fully embodying the spirit of Yohsin.
I invite you to learn more about Habib University on this website – or better yet, visit us
Wasif A. Rizvi
President, Habib University