Programme overview

Kardan University is offering the Master of Construction Project Management (MCPM) graduate degree program which will be delivered in English language. This program is designed to fill a national gap in the availability of qualified construction managers by offering a high quality educated workforce to lead Afghanistan’s socio-economic development. The creation of this degree program contributes to meeting the University’s strategic goal of providing quality, accessible and demand-driven academic programs in an area of national need. The MCPM is ideal for engineering graduates starting or advancing their careers in the construction industry.

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Virtual Academic Excellence Awards Ceremony (2020) News

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Kardan University’s Faculty of Economics organized an online seminar on the “Impacts of COVID-19: The Economy of the World and Afghanistan” for students of this faculty, conducted through Zoom on Wedn

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Kardan University Ranked Among the World's Leading Universities for Sustainable Development News

Kardan University Ranked Among the World's Leading Universities for Sustainable Development

A new Global Ranking has ranked Kardan University as the first Afghan academic institution for its commitment to achieving sustainable development goals.

Today, April 22, 2020, The Times

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