Founded in 1996, Bamyan University is a public higher education institution located in the city of Bamyan and which has seven faculties including Agriculture and Natural Science. As a young university, it is experiencing the process of transitioning from a conventional system to an advanced and new vision of academic excellence.
Kabul University is Afghanistan’s oldest and largest public university, established in 1932. Currently 22 faculties and 89 departments make up the academic resources of the university. The university also has various disciplinary graduate programs, from Agronomy to Clinical Veterinary Medicine, forming a fundamental platform for transformation from traditional to research-based university.
Paktia University was founded in 2004, initially with Agricultural and Education Faculties. Three more faculties merged from the University of Aryana including Medical Faculty in 2010. The university strives for meeting the increasing demands of higher education and advanced technology.