National Outreach Programme

LUMS launched its National Outreach Programme (NOP) in 2001 to extend the benefits of world-class education to talented students all over Pakistan and thereby become a truly national university. This prestigious scholarship programme focuses on identifying bright students with exceptional Matriculation and FA/FSc results and inducting them into the LUMS Undergraduate Programmes. The scholars that qualify as NOP are given full financial assistance. LUMS is very proud of its NOP scholars: to date LUMS has benefitted 798 NOP students, 362 of whom have successfully graduated.

 

Happening at NOP

  • LUMS Officially Commences National Outreach Programme (NOP) Coaching Sessions 2016

    Lahore University of Management Sciences officially commenced its National Outreach Programme (NOP) on July 18, 2016. Approximately 600 shortlisted applicants from across the countryassembled in the university’s academic block, where they were formally inducted through a streamlined process and briefed about the activities planned to provide them a well-rounded campus

  • CEO World Bank Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) Visits LUMS

    Ms. Keiko Honda, CEO/EVP, World Bank’s Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) and her team, visited LUMS on July 16, 2016. The visit was hosted by Marketing & Communications and led by Prof. Dr. S. Sohail. H. Naqvi, Vice Chancellor, LUMS, including presence from the senior management.The session began with a campus tour to the team followed by a presentation on LUMS,

  • Grade 8 Board Toppers Visit LUMS to Learn about the NOP

    A visit to the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) was organised for Grade 8 board toppers from Sargodha, Khushab and Mandi Bahudin. The visit was arranged by LUMS NOP Centre with the help of a NOP Scholar, Bilal Hassan. Bilal is a LUMS alumnus from the Class of 2015 and is currently working with PESP2 as a District Coordinator (Sargodha, Khushab and Mandi Bahudin region).

  • NOP Team Visits Southern Punjab Region

    An outreach activity was held in southern Bahawalpur region where five cities were targeted to increase awareness about the LUMS NOP scholarship. 25 schools and colleges were visited and 3600 students were informed of the importance of higher education and its impact of the society. They were also told how NOP alumni are now working in organisations including Coca Cola, Nestle etc. and

  • NOP Team Visits Multan and Surrounding Cities

    An NOP outreach activity was held in the region of Multan and surrounding cities including DG Khan, Vehari, Layyah and Muzaffargarh. 26 schools and colleges were visited where about 3700 potential candidates were  informed of the LUMS National Outreach Programme (NOP).Like all other recently conducted outreach activities, the NOP Centre team's aim was to spread

  • NOP Team Conducts Day Visits for Outreach

    LUMS National Outreach Programme (NOP) Centre team conducted day visits to various cities including Sialkot, Daska, Hafizabad, Bahawalnagar and Fort Abbas for outreach. During the visits, 5 schools and colleges were visited and 1100 prospective NOP candidates were briefed about this scholarship opportunity to study in one of Pakistan’s leading institutions.The highlight of this

  • NOP Team Visits Abbottabad

    The LUMS National Outreach Programme (NOP) team held outreach sessions in Abbottabad and surrounding areas including Swabi, Mansehra and Haripur. The main objective was to increase awareness about the NOP by reaching out to the maximum number of students.During this visit, the team visited 13 colleges and reached out to approximate 600 students.  NOP marketing material was also

  • Dera Ismail Khan Visit by NOP Centre Team

    An outreach activity was planned during the end of January 2016 in the vicinity of Dera Ismail Khan and its surrounding cities.19 colleges and schools were visited in 5 cities where almost 3700 scholars were made aware of the LUMS NOP scholarship.These scholars were encouraged and motivated to apply for Spring 2016 NOP admissions and were told how this unique scholarship opportunity has

  • Karachi & Hyderabad Visit by NOP Team

    The NOP team reached out to 21 colleges in Karachi and Hyderabad and interacted with around 2000 students to tell them about the LUMS NOP scholarship 2016.The information delivered included information on NOP benefits and application deadlines, facilities offered by LUMS, eligibility criteria and course information. Financial aid information was also shared to the students to encourage

  • NOP Team Visits Bahawalpur Region

    A six day visit was planned early this year to Bahawalpur region. The National Outreach Programme (NOP) team visited 5 cities, where around 3500 potential candidates were reached in 19 colleges. The NOP team visited Alipur and Khanpur for the very first time since the inception of NOP.The main aim of the outreach activity was to reach out to the maximum number of students to be able to

  • LUMS NOP Team Visits Gilgit Baltistan

    LUMS National Outreach Programme (NOP) Centre team started its outreach from Gilgit where their representative visited Government Boys Degree College, Aga Khan Higher Secondary College for Boys and Elysian Science College in Gilgit and reached out to around 190 students.The NOP team representative visited Hunza City to spread the NOP outreach to Government Girls Degree College, Aga Khan

  • Peshawar Visit by NOP Team

    Reaching out to more than 1600 potential LUMS NOP candidates while visiting 12 schools and colleges in four cities including Peshawar, Charsada, Kohat and Mardan was the highlight of the LUMS NOP Centre team's outreach activity.With the tremendous response of applications from girls the team makes a special effort to especially reach out to them. Therefore seven institutions

Testimonial

  • Muhammad Salar Khan

    I am very fortunate to have been born in a family that had inclination towards education. Therefore, a friend of mine in Islamia College made me attend the National Outreach Program orientation session. This first encounter was the first push to stimulate me to LUMS.Majoring in Economics and Politics, to be honest, I was victim of my societal nature. With brilliant minds all around, even in LUMS...

  • Muhammad Waqas Ghouri

    I have 3 siblings, a brother and two sisters. My father worked in a private company as an accountant. At times, my dad worked 2-3 jobs to provide basic necessities for the family. I grew up in a small 2 bed room rental house in Lahore. During my FSc, father saw the LUMS National Outreach Programme (NOP) ad in Jang newspaper in his office. Back then, I was not even aware that there is an...

  • Shaheera Tahir

    I, coming from a humble background, five sisters, residing in area behind one of the gates of the walled city of Lahore, graduating from LUMS, was no less than a wonder. The journey began when I read on the website of LUMS that there is a program named “National Outreach Program” which caters to the underprivileged students. I told my parents about this opportunity and they encouraged...

  • Usman Khan

    Growing up in a one income household with four siblings, where my father was a government officer at Pakistan Steel Mills and my mother a house wife, aspiring to attend a prestigious university like LUMS was certainly a dream.During my four years at LUMS, I was involved in various extracurricular activities. I was the Vice President for Share, Director of Finance for M64 Residential College and a...

  • Haseeb Ahsan Javed

    Haseeb Ahsan Javed is a National Outreach Program (NOP) scholar, who recently graduated from LUMS, completing his BA-LL.B (Honors)."Law was the last choice on my priority list when I applied to LUMS. I was least interested in pursuing this degree.  However, despite my personal inclinations, I decided to study law (a decision which I certainly do not regret) because the National Outreach...

  • Husnain Nazir

    Being the youngest in the family and with the elder two sibings already getting expensive education, I knew it would be hard for my parents to afford my higher education at a good university. They were already under heavy debt because of my brothers' higher studies in England. After being a topper in my school and breaking a 40 year record of highest marks ever, I had to study hard in...

  • Akhtar Abid

    I was born in a village named Pir Abad which is located in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa province of Pakistan. My father has worked as a laborer in a construction company in United Arab Emirates for thirty three years. My parents had always laid great importance on my education that’s why I always wanted to work very hard and peruse education from a reputable university that’s why I worked...

  • Maliha Naveed

    I, Maliha Naveed am a graduate with Bachelor of Science (hons.) degree and currently working in the Product Management team of a Sweden IT multinational which provides e-Payment solutions. I’d be lying if I say I don’t feel a little boost of self confidence each time I tell someone that I am a graduate of LUMS.I belonged to a middle class family with limited resources so I applied to...

  • Fozan Fareed

    During my Intermediate, I came to know about the LUMS National Outreach Programme (NOP) when the NOP team came to Sadiq Public School to give a presentation about the programme. I applied for the programme, attended the summer coaching session at LUMS, and was fortunate to get the NOP scholarship. It was because of this scholarship that I got the opportunity to study at one of the most...

  • Abuzar Ali

    My family lives in Quetta and I am the eldest of the four siblings in our family. My father used to run a small cafeteria in my home city and is now working as a room attendant in a hotel.I heard about LUMS for the first time back in 2004 when I was in 8th grade studying in Balochistan Residential College, Loralai. It was that day when I aimed of being admitted to LUMS and I worked very hard...