In a nutshell, life on campus at Australian Pacific Institute of Technology is very easy going, forward thinking and intellectually stimulating. Cohesion plays a big part in a students learning. We’ve thought about students needs, and have provided for them an ergonomic and environment that supports creative and abstract thinking that’s conducive to learning.
Life in Islamabad:
Our architecturally built campus is fittingly based in Islamabad where the world of business, lifestyle and prestige blends with nature, spirituality and tourism. Islamabad is a source of amusement but also a great place to chill with gorgeous climate, nature parks and stunning a back drop of magnificent mountains.
APIT is 10 minutes away from Potohar Metro Station in I-9/3 Islamabad.
We are strategically located in close proximity to both Islamabad and Rawalpindi. The Metro service is very accessible and the recommended mode of transport.
Life at APIT’s Islamabad campus has been established with the inspiration of APIT’s Melbourne (Australia) Campus. Employees from gross-roots to competent management are treated with equity and respect. At the same time there is an progressive attitude to learning, with students given the space to think outside the box. We enjoy a mix of light heartedness with a serious interest in progress and development.
The APIT Chill Out area is supplemented by a contemporary cafe serving coffee, beverages, fast food and some local cuisines. A good place to mingle with other students and lecturers.
A common room and staff room also offers students and staff an informal space to meet, work, bounce ideas and relax. For those who prefer a quiet space or some room to study, there’s always a place for you.
Open Door Policy
Inside the campus, students have access to their respective Trainers & Assessors, Head of Faculties and even the Vice Chancellor who is always happy to chat. We regard our students as stakeholders for the future of our next generation, so we encourage students to approach our staff who are always happy to pass on their experience.