The main educational aim of the Master of Information Technology is to provide broad technical understanding of latest and emerging technologies in the field of information technology. Due to rapid worldwide dependency on software application, the requirement for trained and experienced IT specialist is in great demand. The program offered provides a unique edge in the current complex marketplace. 


It is two-year full time study program spread over four semesters. Each semester has 18 weeks duration for teaching and examination.

Admission Criteria

Bachelor degree from a recognized university/ institute in any of the following subject: Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, Commerce, Statistics, Economics, Business Administration, Engineering. Candidate must have at least 45% marks in the graduation degree.

   (Note: Candidates who have not studied any one of the required above-mentioned subjects in their graduation are eligible for MIT admission provided they firstly qualify four courses namely Introduction to Computing, Business Mathematics & Statistics, Calculus & analytical Geometry, and English Comprehension by taking a deficiency semester.

Likewise, candidates having less than 45 % in their graduation from a recognized university/institute are eligible to apply for MIT admission provided they firstly qualify Mathematics, Computer Proficiency, and English courses in a single semester (called “Zero semester”) and achieve a semester GPA of at least 2.00 out of 4. Fee for the Zero semester for students within Pakistan is Rs 6000/- payable in two equal installments. Fee (1st fee installment) payable at the time of admission is Rs. 3000/-. However, fee for the Zero semester for Pakistani students abroad is US $ 250. Such student would be responsible to pay additionally cost of Lecture DVDs, Lecture Handouts plus shipment cost.


(a) Fee structure for students within Pakistan:

Tuition fee rates are fixed and are independent of the number of courses being taught in one semester. Security, Admission and Registration fee are charged once at the start of the first semester. The remaining charges are payable quarterly. Security fee is refundable on completion of degree or in case of withdrawal from the University under rules.

Admission Fee

Rs. 3,500 one time

Registration Fee

Rs. 2,000 one time


Rs. 5,000 (one time, refundable)

Fee (payable monthly)

Rs. 2000 per month

Admission Processing Fee

Rs. 200 (Online admission)/ Rs. 50 (on purchased VU admission form)

NOTE: Fee payable at the time of admission is Rs. 10,500 (includes admission fee, registration fee, and security deposit) plus admission processing fee.

(b) Fee structure for Pakistani students abroad:

Pakistani students abroad should deposit fee through FTT (Foreign Telegraph Transfer) or bank draft inclusive of Bank charges that is minimum up to $15 per transaction.



Admission Fee & Registration Fee

US$110  one time

Tuition fee

US$490  for six months





NOTE: Fee payable at the time of admission is $600 (includes admission fee, registration fee, and Tuition fee for six months).



The students’ study progress evaluation mechanism is based on continuous assessment throughout semester by giving assignments, on-line quizzes, Graded Moderated Discussion Boards (GMDBs), mid-term and final-term exams. The mid-term and final-term exams are conducted at VU’s designated exam centers and usually count 80 to 85% of the total marks of a course.


To be eligible for the award of degree of Master of Information Technology (MIT) students are required to complete courses amounting to at least 72 credit hours with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.30 out of 4.00. 


The scheme of studies for MIT program is outlined as under. The courses may be revised from time to time as a result of continuous review to bring them at par with courses being taught at top-class foreign universities. While reviewing the courses needs of local industry and job market are also given full consideration:

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Students are required to complete a project of 6 credit hours in the final year of their Master’s degree program. The choice of the final project is at the student’s discretion. However, consultation with the student advisor is compulsory. Students have to submit a detailed write-up of the project and in some cases may be required to give a presentation