Inspiring Student Success
The Aga Khan University MBBS Class of ’92, on the occasion of its Twentieth Anniversary, endowed a gift to support Postgraduate Medical Education. See this gift in action.
“Institutions like ISMC and Oxford have given me the opportunity to live differently and see the world differently. Both through financial and intellectual support, they have been the main platforms for me as a scholar and writer to continue both my education and literary career with freedom.”
Fatemeh Shams, a graduate from the Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations.
“Everything needs a foundation.”
With this in mind, Naila Parveen left her home in Hunza to fulfill her dreams.
“I think that if you have that good an institute in your country, it is alot more convenient, and easier, to study within the country.”
says Saneeha Shahid, a third year medical student at the Aga Khan University.
Without the Institute and its generous scholarship, "I would probably have been a different person," says Megan Wang.
What do a community development worker from northern Pakistan, an English language teacher from Tajikistan, a sociologist from Iran and a graduate of the Karakoram International University all have in common?