Our campus
 


Our Campus

 
Visit our campus to see our work! ​


AKU-IED is located at the Karimabad campus of AKU, approximately 20-minute drive from the University’s Stadium Road campus. Our campus is spread over a 12-acre landscape comprising three buildings. Block A is a three-storey structure built around a courtyard which has benches and alcoves as independent areas for study and relaxation. Blocks B and C were built as a result of substantial expansion in our activities and operations.​

The overall architectural design and physical structure reflects the Institution’s concern for a conducive and enabling environment for learning, reflection and professional development of its faculty, staff and students. 

​​​KivaA unique purpose-built facility on our campus is called Kiva. Located in Block A building, it is a circular, communal seating area where students can get together and have formal and informal group discussions and presentations. The Kiva also provides students with a relaxing and peaceful ambience during their tiresome study hours. 
 
Surrounding the AKU-IED building is the Sultan Mohamed Shah (SMS) Aga Khan School complex, which enables our students to have a close and easy access to schools where they can readily practice their teaching strategies and apply newly-learnt educational theories.  
 
To see images of our campus facilities and activities, you can view our campus image gallery​.
 
We welcome educational institutions and individuals to schedule a visit​ to our campus for an orientation to our programmatic, research and outreach activities.

Guidelines ​are provided to ensure that your visit is scheduled in the most effective way. 
 
We look forward to welcoming you at our campus! 
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​​​‘The conducive learning environment at AKU IED helped me to reflect on my past experiences in light of new learning and plan how to construct​​ it based on the existing situation in my context. The diversity of the group helped me to learn about the experiences of teachers and teacher educators  from many countries. I learnt how to respect beliefs, faiths and cultures of others as well as respecting their ideas without losing my own identity’. 

Abdul Sher Khan​
Graduate of MEd Class of 2007