Lahore University of Management Sciences
جامعۂ لاہور برائے علومِ انتظامی
Lahore University of Management Sciences Logo.svg
Motto
Learning without Borders
TypePrivate
Established1984 (1984)
Academic affiliations
Higher Education Commission (Pakistan), Pakistan Engineering Council, Pakistan Bar Council, Association of Commonwealth Universities
EndowmentRs.2.4 Billion ($ 15.2 million)[1]
ProvostFarhat Haq
RectorShahid Hussain
Academic staff
300
Students5,092
120
Location, ,
Pakistan

31°28′12″N 74°24′40″E / 31.4700°N 74.4111°E / 31.4700; 74.4111Coordinates: 31°28′12″N 74°24′40″E / 31.4700°N 74.4111°E / 31.4700; 74.4111
CampusUrban, 100 acres (40 ha)
ColoursNavy blue, charcoal, white
    
Websitelums.edu.pk
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Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) (جامعۂ لاہور برائے علومِ انتظامیات) is a private research university, located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.[2]

In 1983, Syed Babar Ali, a renowned businessman in Pakistan, recognized the shortage of qualified managers in the country. He proposed to establish a world-class university that would attract and retain the highest caliber of students and faculty. He shared this idea with fellow businessman and close friend, Abdul Razak Dawood, who was in full support of the vision.[3][4][5] The university has since then expanded, launching a liberal arts undergraduate school in 1994, an engineering school in 2008, a law school in 2004 and an education school in 2017.[2][6][7] The university launched a National Outreach Programme (NOP) in 2001 to provide financial aid to students[8] and in 2015, in partnership with Afghan government, launched a scholarship programme for Afghan students to diversify its student body.[9]

As of 2021, the university has a student body of 5,092 graduate and undergraduate students, a faculty of 300 out of which nearly three-quarters have doctoral degrees.[10][11][12] Its campus, where more than half of its student population and faculty lives, spreads over 100 acres.[13][14][15] Its business school is accredited by Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. It is also one of two business schools in Pakistan to be certified by the South Asian Quality Assurance System and is ranked as one of the top business schools in the country.[16][17] The university is also a member of Association of Commonwealth Universities.[18]

LUMS is ranked as the top university in Pakistan in the QS University Rankings for the year 2016, 111th in Asia and among the top 700 in the world.[19] It is also ranked by QS as among the top 250 universities globally for business and among the top 400 universities globally in mathematics.[20][10] In 2020, LUMS was ranked 40 globally in "World's Best Small Universities" by Times Higher Education, being the only Pakistani university on the list.[11] Following a liberal arts curriculum, LUMS is one of Pakistan's most expensive, selective and progressive universities.[21][22] LUMS counts several prominent Pakistani intellectuals and public figures among its alumni and current and former faculty including Umar Saif, Hina Rabbani Khar, Adil Najam, Arif Zaman, Amer Iqbal, Ayesha Jalal, Asad Abidi, Osama Siddique and Pervez Hoodbhoy.[23] It also counts several Fulbright, Chevening and Rhodes scholars among its alumni.

History

The university was granted a charter by the government of Pakistan in March 1985. The LUMS Board of Trustees comprises members of the domestic business community, academics and government representatives. The principal functions of the board are to set policy guidelines and to review the operations of the university. The Board of Governors, as the sponsor of LUMS, raises funds for the university's operation and maintenance.[24] In 1986, a business school by the name of Lahore Business School was established for an MBA Programme. Later the school was renamed and is known as Suleman Dawood School of Business.[25]

After the construction of the current campus, LUMS started undergraduate programmes in Economics and Computer Sciences in 1994. In 1996, the School of Arts and Science was introduced to oversee the undergraduate programmes.[25] LUMS established the School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Law to oversee the Social Sciences, Economics and Law departments. The School of Sciences and Engineering, for the disciplines of Mathematics, Computer Science and other science subjects, was established in 2008.[25] In 2016, the university charges Rs. 272,400 tuition fee per semester for undergraduate students.[26] From 2020, the university changed the fee structure to a credit-based system. For the year 2021–2022, the per credit hour tuition fee was Rs. 23,760.[27]

LUMS launched the National Outreach Programme (NOP) in 2001[25] to reach out to bright students from underprivileged areas of Pakistan. Under this initiative, induction of selected candidates into the academic programs will be facilitated by preparation for the university's admission criteria and then by a provision of full financial assistance to those who qualify. Many students are admitted to LUMS on the basis of NOP. There are very few number of scholarships that are offered on need/academic achievement basis. LUMS loan scheme covers 20%-100% of the tuition fee component of the student. LUMS loans are interest-free.[28]

According to LUMS, it has disbursed PKR 3.2 Billion in financial assistance, with approximately 30% of the student body receiving some form of financial assistance each year. During the academic year 2015-16 alone, LUMS has disbursed more than PKR 500 Million as financial aid to its students. As of 2016, more than 800 scholars have benefited from the LUMS National Outreach Programme (NOP).[29] In 2017, the Shahid Hussain Foundation established scholarships for international undergraduate students from South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation member countries.[30] LUMS also offers a variety of scholarships to MBA students such as SAARC scholarship, MCB interest-free loans.[31] It is the only institute in Pakistan offering the Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP).[32][33]

Not-for-profit status

LUMS is a federally chartered university and is approved as a not-for-profit organisation under section 2(36) of Income Tax Ordinance, 2001 in terms of provisions of Clause 63 of Part IV of Second Schedule to the Ordinance. Any individual or organisation making donations to LUMS is entitled to a tax credit under section 61 of Income Tax Ordinance, 2001. Moreover, the university has been granted exemption from the levy of income tax under Section 159 of the Ordinance, thus, tax is not deductible on payments made to the university.

Campus

Hostels
Hostels

The oldest building at LUMS is the two-storeyed Academic Block designed by Habib Fida Ali which spreads over an area of 150,000 sq. ft. The Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences (MGSHSS) is based in this building.[34] The five-storey Suleman Dawood School of Business (SDSB) building occupies an area of 160,000 sq. ft, and accommodates over 1300 students. The Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE) is based in a 5-storey building which covers an area of 300,000 sq. ft; the building includes a 10MW electrical grid station and 20 research labs.[34] The Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law (SAHSOL) spreads over an area of 78,000 sq. ft and comprises auditoriums, discussion rooms, faculty offices, meeting rooms, the Centre for Chinese Legal Studies and a state of the art moot court which is a replica of the courtroom of the Chief Justice of the Lahore High Court.[35]

More than half of the student body at LUMS lives on campus, which includes seven male and five female hostels. The Syed Maratab Ali Sports Complex includes a school gym and sports facilities for basketball, tennis, cricket and squash.[34] The Pepsi Dining Centre (PDC) covers an area of 14,000 sq. ft, and was funded by PepsiCo.[36] The Coca-Cola Aquatic Centre includes an Olympic-size swimming pool and is funded by a Rs. 22 million grant from the Coca-Cola Company.[37] A new female hostel (F6) is being constructed with Rs. 350 million in funding from the Syed Babar Ali Foundation. The new hostel building will be able to accommodate an additional 504 female students and will provide additional facilities such as breakout places, tea and coffee kiosks, and an open courtyard.[38]

The Gad & Birgit Rausing Library at LUMS houses over 350,000 volumes.
The Gad & Birgit Rausing Library at LUMS houses over 350,000 volumes.

The LUMS library provides services that include loans, online information searching, reference services, inter-library loan, document delivery, photocopying, viewing of audiovisual and microfilm materials, access to virtual collections and digital resources, CD-ROM and online searching. It has a collection of 350,000 volumes, 128,000 e-books and 35,000 e-Journals.[39][40] The library has a multidisciplinary wing (the Khalid Ishaq Wing) dedicated to jurist and scholar Khalid M. Ishaq, who donated 92,957 books from his collection to the library.[41]

The campus also hosts a variety of animals. The most common animals found on campus are cats. The friendly cats are protected and fed by the Animal Welfare Society at LUMS.

Academics

School founding
Suleman Dawood School of Business
1986
School of Arts & Sciences
1994
Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering
2008
Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law
2014
LUMS Education School
2017

The university provides 18 undergraduate majors and 24 graduate degrees. The university consists of five schools which are further divided into various departments.

Suleman Dawood School of Business

University rankings
Global – Overall
QS World[42]601-800 (2023)
Regional – Overall
QS Asia[43]116 (2022)

The Suleman Dawood School of Business was the first school established at LUMS in 1986. The school's curriculum was designed in partnership with Harvard Business School and Ivey Business School. The school offers full-time MBA, a week-end Executive MBA, a course-based PhD Management and Bachelor's programmes in Accounting and Finance and Management Science.[44] The school also offers minors in public management and computational finance. The school is led by Dr. Alnoor Bhimani,[45] along with Dr. Zainab Riaz, Dr. Adeel Zaffar and Dr. Syed Aun R. Rizvi serving as Associate Deans' of Research, External Relations and Academics respectively.

The Suleman Dawood School of Business at Lahore University of Management Sciences was ranked among world's top 250 business schools by QS rankings in 2020. It is the only AACSB accredited business school in Pakistan.
The Suleman Dawood School of Business at Lahore University of Management Sciences was ranked among world's top 250 business schools by QS rankings in 2020. It is the only AACSB accredited business school in Pakistan.
Business Rankings
-[46][47][48][49][50] 2018 2019 2020
QS Subject Ranking (Business & Management Studies) 251-300 301-350 201-250
QS Subject Ranking (Accounting & Finance) - - 201-250
QS MBA - - 201+
QS MBA Asia - - 23
QS EMBA - - 101+
QS EMBA Asia - - 15+

The school has research linkages with many renowned universities including Harvard University, McGill University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Chicago, University of Essex, University of Sussex, National University of Singapore, and Management Development Institute.[51]

Some prominent faculty members at the business school include Dr. Jawad Syed, Dr. Bushra Naqvi, Dr. Choudhry Tanveer Shehzad, Dr. Faiza Ali, Dr. Arif Nazir Butt, Dr. Ehsan Ul Haque, and Dr. Muhammad Shakeel Sadiq Jajja.[52]

On 14th, November 2020, SBSD introduced hybrid class structure to balance safety and class-instruction quality during the coronavirus pandemic.[53] In 2020, SBSD's Muhammad Abdullah scored the highest marks and was declared the global winner in ACCA's Strategic Business Reporting exam.[54]

Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences, named after Mushtaq Ahmed Gurmani, consists of the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department of Economics. DHSS offers undergraduate degrees in Anthropology/Sociology, History, English and Political Science, as well as a combined programme in Politics and Economics in conjunction with the Economics Department. The school also offers minors in political Science, Economics, History, English literature, Urdu literature, Religious studies, Sociology/Anthropology.

Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Lahore University of Management Sciences
Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Lahore University of Management Sciences

Started in 1999, the Department of Humanities and Social Science is home to disciplines in the Social Science and Humanities including Anthropology and Sociology, Literature, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology and History.[55] The Economics Department offers four-year undergraduate programmes in Economics (the first class graduated in 1997), economics and mathematics and a graduate programme in Economics (the first class graduated in 2002). Economics is one of the most popular majors at LUMS and a significant percentage of the student body at LUMS studies Economics as a major, as part of a joint degree programme or as a minor.[56] The school is headed by Dr. Ali Khan.

Center boulevard inside Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Lahore University of Management Sciences
Center boulevard inside Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Lahore University of Management Sciences

Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering

David Miliband, former Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of UK at LUMS.

The School of Science and Engineering, named after Syed Babar Ali, is a school within LUMS modelled on MIT no boundaries approach. It offers undergraduate programs in Biology, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Physics; and graduate programs in Computer Science, chemistry, physics, electrical engineering and Mathematics.[57] A vast majority of BS graduates join leading graduate and Phd programs of some of the leading universities of the world such including ETH Zürich, MIT, Cornell, UC Berkeley, Stanford and Dartmouth college. The school is headed by Dr. Muhammad Sabieh Anwar.[58]

Syed Babar Ali School of Science And Engineering at Lahore University of Management Sciences
Syed Babar Ali School of Science And Engineering at Lahore University of Management Sciences

Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law

The groundbreaking ceremony of LUMS' fourth school, Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law, took place on Saturday, 5 April 2014 on campus. The chief guest at the ceremony was the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani. The law school has been named after (late) Shaikh Ahmad Hassan. The establishment of SAHSOL has grown out of the LUMS Department of Law and Policy, which has been functioning since 2004, offers a 5-year joint BA-LL.B undergraduate programme, accredited by the Pakistan Bar Council.[59] The school is led by Sadaf Aziz.

Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law at Lahore University of Management Sciences
Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law at Lahore University of Management Sciences

LUMS School of Education

On 6 January 2017, LUMS announced the establishment of its fifth school, the LUMS School of Education. The exploratory phase for the LUMS School of Education was initiated in October 2015 with funding from the Babar Ali Foundation. According to university sources, over the course of the project phase, the team established local, regional and international links through events such as the inaugural Education Roundtable at LUMS in March 2016.[60]

The school will be home to the following programs, starting in Fall 2018.

  1. MPhil Education Leadership and Management
  2. A minor in education for undergraduate students at LUMS.[61][62]

People

LUMS has more than 200 full-time faculty members. Some prominent former and current faculty/staff members include:

Vice-chancellors

No. Name
1 Syed Zahoor Hassan
2 Ahmad Jan Durrani
3 Adil Najam
4 Syed Sohail Hussain Naqvi
5 Arshad Ahmad

Notable alumni

Research and reputation

[83][84] 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
QS World University Rankings 701+ 701+ 701+ 701+ 701+ 701+ 651+
QS Subject Rankings (Maths) - 301-400 - - - - -
QS Subject Rankings (Business) - 251st[20] 251 - 301+ 201+ -
QS Asian Rankings 181 161 111 103 95 110 -
HEC-Pakistan General Category 6 - - - - - -

The Office of Sponsored Programmes and Research (OSPR) of LUMS is responsible for promoting research at the university. The office is led by Shafay Shamail (PhD, Bath).[85] Between 2010 and 2014, the university spend PKR 680 million (or about $6.5 million) in research. During this period about LUMS faculty published 1287 research papers and received 80 external grants.[86]

The Suleman Dawood School of Business has produced more than 600 case studies and has published one of Asia's leading case research journals. Case studies written at LUMS are now used in universities across the world, including MBA programs in other Pakistani universities. In 2011, a case study written at LUMS by Shazib Shaikh and Zahoor Hassan won the Ruth Greene Memorial Award of the North American Case Research Association (NACRA) for the best case written outside North America.[87]

The LUMS School of Science and Engineering has published in international journals in Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.

The biomechanics lab at LUMS is the sixth International Cricket Council (ICC)-accredited cricket lab in the world, following those in Brisbane, Chennai, Loughborough and Pretoria. The lab is able to perform bowling tests of international and domestic cricketers whose bowling actions are deemed illegal.[88][89]

Technology for People Initiative

Technology for People Initiative (TPI) is technology and design nonprofit centre at the Lahore University of Management Sciences in Lahore, Pakistan. It is focused on solving governance problems in the public sector through design thinking, prototyping and iteration. TPI's past and ongoing projects include evidence based policing for Lahore Police, CourtBeat for judicial courts, mapping rural Pakistan and the Bahawalpur Service Delivery Unit. The centre was founded in April 2012 with a seed grant from Google.org.[90]

Rausing Executive Development Centre, Lahore University of Management Sciences

REDC placed under the aegis of the Suleman Dawood School of Business at LUMS, Rausing Executive Development Centre has been pioneering executive education in Pakistan. It is housed in a purpose built facility. From three programmes in 1989, REDC now lists 21 programmes in its annual calendar for Open Programmes and conducts 70 programmes every year inclusive of customized programmes.

Other prominent research and development centres at the university include:[91]

The university also houses the Pakistan office of the International Growth Centre.[93]

University Advisory Board

The advisory board of the university consists of leading academics from around the world, current members of the board include:[94]

Societies

Gallery

See also

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