The name “Suffa” is derived from that rectangular platform in Prophet’s mosque, where some of the companions of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) spent their time acquiring knowledge from him. It is meant to generate the same thirst for knowledge amongst the faculty and students of DHA Suffa University, enabling them to achieve the highest standards in teaching, learning and research.
Applicants are required to bring the following original documents for application processing: • SSC Marks Sheet/complete O-Level documents and O-Level Equivalence Certificate • HSC Marks Sheet/complete A-Level documents and A-Level Equivalence Certificate • IBCC equivalency in the case of foreign qualified students • Bachelor's Marks Sheet/Transcript/Degree (if applying for a Master's program) • Copy of CNIC/B-Form • Six white background passport-sized photographs • Bachelor's Degree (for MBA only) • Valid Test Score of NTS (NAT/GAT) or SAT, if appeared. Applicants submitting their NAT/SAT-1/GAT test scores obtained within the last one year shall be exempted from taking DSU Entrance Test.
Yes, the DSU Entrance Test is held on the date notified by the Admissions Office.
DSU also accepts valid NTS test scores taken within the last 2 years. The NTS test can be taken at convenient dates in all major cities of Pakistan. Please visit the NTS website (www.nts.org.pk) for details. Candidates may also submit their SAT scores; a combined score of 1500 or more in SAT-I and at least 550 in SAT-II (Math Level II-C).
Applicants submitting their NAT/SAT-I/GAT test scores obtained within the last one year shall be exempted from taking DSU Entrance Test.
Candidates holding a 3-year Diploma from DAE (equivalent to Intermediate) are eligible for admission if their scores are equivalent or above 60%. Candidates must bring their IBCC Equivalence Certificate of DAE.
Diploma holders of 1 and 2 years are not eligible for admission.
The University will entertain students who want to transfer to DSU from other HEC recognized universities. This will only be possible if their cases are compliant with the University’s laid down rules for transfer of credits.