President Office
About Us
Mission Statement
Why UNW?


Greetings from University of NorthWest!


Campuses in 19 countries, an internationally recognized ISO Certified University...

 We are...

...a dynamic and advanced institution,
dedicated to being on the cutting edge of technology, on striving for diversify in our faculty our student body and our activities and offerings and on providing a high quality, affordable useful educational experience.

... focused and dedicated,
to the belief that equal educational opportunity and a strong higher education system are crucial cornerstones of an autonomous society.

... internationally recognized, 
with presence in 19 countries, enhancing literacy across the full spectrum of learning and preparing leaders for the 21st century.

...cooperating with communities
We are actively conducting many activities as an open university. We promote a variety of exchanges with outside institutions, collaborative research with private enterprises and joint projects with local communities.

...ISO Certified

We are the first fastest growing international, private university, to get ISO:9001:2000 certification. It has become one of the very select group of education institution in the world to have achieved such status.  The audit & certification was carried out by world renowned company, QAS International.

..declared as "Friendly University"
by our students and various organizations.


Welcome to University of NorthWest
  • President Office

  • About Us
  • Mission Statement
  • Why UNW?
  • Accreditations & Memberships
  • Career at UNW

    At University of NorthWest, Learning For A Lifetime is more than a motto... it's a call to action. Since its inception, the University has lived up to that call through educational excellence.

    University of NorthWest maintains a racially non-discriminating policy and admits students of any races, religions, gender and ethnic backgrounds to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students.
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