Dr. Muhammad Asir Ajmal is the Dean and Professor of Psychology at GIFT University, Pakistan. He is also serving as Director Languages with the mission to promote cross-cultural literacy and communication among students, faculty, and the community. In addition to Punjabi, Urdu, and English, he speaks Spanish, French, German, and Chinese. He has also studied Russian, Classical Arabic, Persian, and Hebrew languages. He has served as HEC Foreign Professor of Psychology at Government College University, Lahore, and also worked as Director of Psychology Programs at the University of Lahore.
Dr. Asir Ajmal received his PhD in Psychology from Dartmouth College, an Ivy League University in the United States of America. At Dartmouth College, he founded Al-Nur, Muslim Students Association. During that period he also lived and worked as a volunteer in Nicaragua where he learned Spanish. He did his MSc in psychology from Government College Lahore where he received a gold medal and the roll of honor for distinguished academic performance.
At the turn of the century, Dr. Asir Ajmal moved to Britain where he trained as a clinical psychologist and obtained a statement of equivalence from the Division of Clinical Psychology, British Psychological Society. This allowed him to practice Clinical Psychology in the United Kingdom.