This Monograph aims to assess significant differences in university motivation of students in Peshawar, Pakistan, from the Institute Of Management Sciences (IMSciences) and the City University of Science and Information Technology (CUSIT). Overall university motivation and then the prospects of gender, employment, class shift morning or evening and degree level for either morning or evening are tested for their differences. Distinctive factors from literature are also merged into the inventory of university motivation and after a factor analysis the 63 item inventory is shortened into 31 item resultant inventory. Factors resulting from factor analysis are considered as significant measures of university motivation from the data of these two universities. 440 students responded with fully filled questionnaires off which 189 from CUSIT and 251 from IMSciences. The information from this study is useful for the respective institutions as it identifies the university best at motivating students and also it reflects which dynamics overall in vicinity represent higher levels of university motivation.