About UET

With a modest beginning in 1952 as a "constituent" college of Peshawar University, UET, Peshawar was established in 1980. Since then, five satellite campuses in Mardan, Bannu, Abbottabad, Kohat and Jalozai have been added.

Project and Education Expos

"Student Project Exhibitions" are arranged annually in June each year where final-year engineering students publicly demonstrate their design projects.

Orientation Ceremony

The University holds Orientation Day before the commencement of classes. It gives a great opportunity to see the University and to get a feel of its atmosphere.

Orientation Ceremony

The University holds Orientation Day before the commencement of classes. It gives a great opportunity to see the University and to get a feel of its atmosphere.

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    Director Admissions

    University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, is a premier institution of higher learning in the field of engineering sciences. Starting as a College in 1952, with an initial enrollment of only twenty students, today it boasts sixteen departments, covering an entire spectrum of engineering disciplines, from the traditional, such as electrical and mechanical, to the cutting-edge technologies such as electronics, mechatronics, and industrial engineering. To-date, more than eight thousand students that graduated are serving the needs of Pakistan, and many have achieved high positions of responsibility and excellence in their chosen fields.

    Besides bachelors degree courses, there is a robust post-graduate programme, where scholars are engaged in rigorous training and research leading to Master's and Ph.D degrees. UET also has a strong out-reach programme, under which academic linkages with the world class universities of UK, Canada, USA, Malaysia and Thailand offering invaluable training to faculty and students, through split programmes, joint research and faculty exchanges.