Note: Try to confirm your registration in different universities immediately after your 2nd year exams in March to July and check the fee structures of different universities by visiting their websites PU, University of Education, UET and LCWU are relatively more inexpensive and affordable universities than private universities like NUST, FAST and UCP but do not lose hope merit and need based scholarships are there to facilitate you so hope for the best and prepare for the worse. Setting smaller, bite-sized mini-goals (as opposed to focusing on the end goal) makes it easier to achieve. Plus, that gives you more mini-victories to celebrate and reward yourself for along the way. Compare yourself to yourself. For some, it’s best to compete with themselves. By setting a goal and charting individual progress toward that goal, it becomes easier to see how far a person has come compared to where they started. It’s a great way to draw attention to progress, focus on momentum gained and keep it going. That’s because sometimes when we compare ourselves to others, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. This can have the reverse effect of making us feel more easily defeated—especially when we compare ourselves to someone we see as having already “made it.”
- BBA from UET, PU Hailey, FAST and University of Education.
- BS Information Technology from ITU, University of Education and UCP.
- Mass Communication and Media Sciences (Journalism) from PU, GCU, NUST and UCP.
- City and Regional Planning from UET, LCWU and UMT (too much expensive).
- BS Architecture 5 years from UET, NCA, LCWU and PU (Entry test based at Old Campus).
- PIEAS, GIKI and LUMS are top class universities but GIKI and LUMS are relatively expensive (3,00,000 / Semester).