The Mohiuddin Islamic University (MIU) in Nerian Sharif, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan, was one of the first Mohiuddin sponsored projects. Formally established under Act No.1 (2000) by the Azad Kashmir Legislative Assembly, it is a chartered university recognised by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of the Government of Pakistan.
The main campus of MIU is spread over 10 acres high in the mountains of north east Kashmir. It houses up to 2,000 students across 3 campuses, 11 departments, 13 independent labs, centers and institutes, and an extensive library.
Admissions to the University are open to all students without distinction of caste, creed, gender, or place of origin or domicile, and MIU has welcomed scholars from across the globe. With a progressive fee structure, and a significant number of fee waivers are awarded to underprivileged applicants.
The Mohiuddin Islamic University is part of a substantial network of educational and medical infrastructure that the Mohiuddin Trust was involved in establishing, as well as myriad smaller projects in the region such as schools and college, all operating self-sustainably and independently of the Mohiuddin Trust.