General FAQs

BIC offers degree programmes in collaboration with esteemed institutions such as the University of Essex, University of Kent, UOL, LJMU, Pearson, and NCUK.

You can apply to BIC by visiting any of our campuses located in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, and Faisalabad. Alternatively, you can apply by calling our contact numbers or through our user-friendly website.

Admission requirements vary depending on the chosen degree programme. For detailed information, you can contact our admission advisors who will guide you through the eligibility criteria for each programme.

Yes, BIC provides various forms of financial assistance, including discounts, scholarships for high achievers, sports scholarships, and financial aid for deserving students.

BIC's admissions open twice a year: once in the autumn (June - September) and again in the spring (December - February) semester.

Yes, you can transfer your credits to BIC by applying for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). This process ensures that your previous academic achievements are recognized and accounted for.

Absolutely! BIC's EPCAD department is dedicated to providing comprehensive career services, including career counseling, internships, placements, industry linkages, mentorship programs, the BIC Core Program, and alumni relations.

BIC offers a vibrant campus life with various clubs and societies, including the Sustainable Development Goals Research Unit, Liberal Arts Club, Music Club, Sports Club, Entrepreneurs Club, Journalism Club, Law Society, Fashion Society, Engineering & Technology Society, Business Society, and Psychology Society.

At BIC, we aim to provide the best educational experience by maintaining world standards with a student-to-faculty ratio of 1:10. This ensures that students receive individualized attention and support from our experienced faculty members.

Yes, you can transfer your credits and complete your final year at the UOL London campus from BIC.

The final degree is awarded directly from the University of London, LJMU, Pearson, University of Essex, University of Kent.

Yes, the three-year bachelor's degree is equivalent to 16 years of education in Pakistan (recognized by HEC), making you eligible to apply for an MSc programme.

LJMU and BIC are collaborative partners, allowing you to transfer your credits at any time during the three years to LJMU.

Yes, you will receive the final degree directly from Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU).

Yes, BTEC Level 3 is recognized by IBCC, enabling you to apply for any bachelor's degree thereafter.

Yes, the HND is a two-year diploma, covering Level 4 and Level 5. Afterward, we offer a one-year Top-up programme from the University of Kent at Level 6, resulting in a bachelor's degree.

Yes, our degrees are recognized by HEC. You can verify our recognition on the HEC website for confirmation.