Welcome to the TMUC Alumni Association

At TMUC we strive to engage alumni through programs on and off campus that expand and strengthen the connections between them and our alma mater. This engagement will come through educational programs working with students and faculty and other activities. Through increased use of technology, alumni will be connected with and informed of TMUC’s expanding programs and activities and enable them to connect with and network with one another, individually and through alumni clubs.

The Alumni passionate about public service can come home to TMUC to mentor students exploring postgrad opportunities, participate in engaging discussions, deliver guest lectures, network with fellow alumni, discover new ideas and offer internship opportunities to current students.

This year an Alumni association has been founded at TMUC with the aim to create an environment in which former TMUC students become and stay connected to the University and support it with their work, wisdom and wealth.  The Alumni Association will implement its mission in partnership with the TMUC administration.

The alumni association will be a tool in sharing with the accomplishments of the students, faculty, and staff at TMUC. It will also celebrate the accomplishments of alumni, both great and small, as the backbone of what makes TMUC a leading national institution.

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To contact the Alumni office at Student Affairs Department, Kindly write to: alumni.affairs@tmuc.edu.pk

Alumni Engagements

We organised an interactive session with industry experts Mr. Amir Shafique (Director Finance & Accounting Telenor Global shared services Pakistan) and Mr. Yaseer Qayum (CEO of Dew Pak Ltd.) for current students to gain knowledge about shaping their career and developing the right professional skills. It was held at TMUC Islamabad on 17th April 2019. TMUC Alumni Mr Ali Kaif, a graduate of the Univerity of London BSc Hons programme, also participated and shared his professional journey after graduation with his fellow millennials. He reflected on corporate sector demands and professional skills that millennials need to develop to succeed.

TMUC Alumni and Pakistan’s Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Mehmosh Raza aka The Renegade defeated Ukraine’s Igor Grytskiv in their featherweight fight on the main card of Rebel FC 7 in Shanghai China. Raza just at the age of 23 defeated his 37-year-old opponent who, with a listed height of 6’2, was three inches taller and riding a seven-fight winning streak. With the victory, the University of London graduate, Raza improves his career record to 7-2 status and becomes the most exciting talent in the country’s MMA arena.

TMUC HND alumni Meeral Qaiser and Nida Gillani studied their final year of degree programmes in Regents University UK. Both have been selected as the face of Regents for the exciting new scholarship in Fashion Journalism with OK magazine!


Habza Shah, Alumni of TMUC & University of London LLB programme has secured a job at the Supreme Court Human Rights cell.

TMUC Alumni Hamza Khan completed his Pearson BTEC HND in Business alongside successfully gaining his Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL). He currently works as a commercial pilot with a leading airlines.

Sarmad Nisar Bhatti is a brilliant TMUC Alumn from the HND Construction and Built Environment program. He completed his programme with flying colours after achieving 14 distinctions out of 16 HND modules. Due to his exceptional academic record he was offered acceptance for admission in University of Management Technology for Master’s Degree in Project Management with a 60% scholarship.

Ali Kaif is an Alumni of TMUC Islamabad with undergraduate degree in Politics and IR, currently working at Standard & Poor’s Global  – which is known to be among fortune 500 companies in the world. The Corporate Outreach department of which Ali Kaif is part of, maintains separate profiles of different sectors of the economy by reaching out to several sources to acquire the information required for maintaining the records.

Hajra Khan is the National Women Football Team Captain and a former student of The Millennium Universal College, TMUC, Islamabad who forayed into the world of football when she was 14 and scored nine goals in three games for DWFC, which won her the Top Scorer of the tournament award. She Played for the Balochistan United Women Football Club (BUWFC), Quetta, Pakistan and have previously played for Diya Women Football Club (DWFC), Karachi, Pakistan and Sun Hotels and Resorts Football Club (SHR), Maldives.

At 21 years, she made history for Pakistani national women football team when she was invited to top three German football clubs SGS Essen, FSV Gütersloh and VFL Sindelfingen to play. She spent three weeks there and played pre-season trials. Being a Pakistani international footballer that opportunity was an important milestone in her career.

Hajra is the first Pakistani women footballer to sign an international contract in 2014 with Sun Hotels & Resorts Football Club to play in the Maldives National Women’s league. She joined TMUC to study an international degree as she found the faculty and administration very

supportive and encouraging for her sports and academic ambitions. TMUC offers sports based scholarships that students can apply for at the time of admission.

Alumni Testimonials

Barrister Masham Sheraz is a TMUC Alumni (University of London LLB Hons) and is working in a Legal firm in Islamabad. He went on for his Bar at Law from Lincoln’s inn UK. Here he shares his experience about achieving his law degree at TMUC and how it helped him stand-out in the extremely competitive legal fraternity.