Discover Gujrat

The University of Lahore is the largest private sector university in Pakistan with more than 35,000 students and 4 campuses. 

Director Academics Message

Welcome to UoL Gujrat campus.

We are proud of the role we play in opening access to university to students from diverse backgrounds, experiences and language groups.

Our dedicated team of academic and professional staff are committed to working side by side with you to help achieve your study and career goals. View our achievements and the awards and make up your mind.

You are warmly welcomed if you are already here or are committed to joining us, and I encourage you to explore the probable opportunities for engagement with this diverse community.


Ibadat Education Trust

Trust established in July 1999 Objective was to set up and run University and to maintain the highest possible academic standards University was named as “THE UNIVERSITY OF LAHORE”


UOL Gujrat Campus was founded at the collegiate level in 1999 under the IBADAT Educational Trust and was granted full degree-awarding status in 2002. It is being served by a fully developed infrastructure for Engineering and Technology, Information Technology Sciences, Management Sciences, Languages and Literature, Social Sciences, and Allied Health Sciences.

International Links

To develop new precedents to initiating beneficial collaboration in the area of teaching and research, The University of Lahore signed multiple MOU’s and mutual educational and scholarly interests around the world.

The UOL Facts

  • Commercialization and Enterprise
  • Teaching Excellence
  • Excellent Facilities


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A Historical City

Gujrat is a city in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is the capital of Gujrat District and it is the 20th largest city of Pakistan by population.

Along with the nearby cities of Sialkot and Gujranwala, Gujrat forms part of the so-called Golden Triangle of industrial cities with export-oriented economies.