Kardan University has been awarded a membership in International Association of Universitis (IAU).
In a press release, the IAU stated, “On behalf of the President, Prof. Pam Fredman, and the Administrative Board of the International Association of Universities (IAU), I am very pleased to welcome Kardan University as Member of the Association and to express our keen interest to work collaboratively with and be of service to you and your institution.”
This vital milestone further ehnahnces Kardan University’s reputation as the leading private university in Afghanistan and a major contributor to nurturing a new generation of globally minded leaders and managers.
Founded in 1950, under the auspices of UNESCO, the International Association of Universities (IAU) is the leading global association of higher education institutions and organisations from around the world. IAU brings together its Members from more than 130 countries for reflection and action on common priorities. IAU is an independent, bilingual (English and French), non-governmental organization. IAU is an official partner of UNESCO (Associate status). It acts as the voice of higher education to UNESCO and other international higher education organizations, and provides a global forum for leaders of institutions and associations. Its services are available on the priority basis to Members but also to organisations, institutions and authorities concerned with higher education, as well as to individual policy and decision-makers, specialists, administrators, teachers, researchers and students.
About Kardan University
Kardan University is a leading private university in Afghanistan, dedicated to academic excellence. Over 16,000 students have graduated from our academic programs since we first opened our doors in 2002. Kardan University offers bachelor’s and master-level programs to thousands of male and female students across three campuses in Kabul.