IDP launches new centres to help Pakistani students study abroad

LAHORE, Pakistan: The IDP, international education specialists, has officially launched new Centres to support Pakistani students achieve their global study goals.

In this regard, the official opening event was held on September 21 which was attended by the Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan Dr Geoffrey Shaw, the Regional Director IDP Middle East Imad Chaoui and representatives from top Pakistani Schools and Universities as well as IDP’s esteemed partners from the industry.

The new IDP offices in Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi are home to highly-qualified and ethical education counsellors. The teams are specialists in helping students gain entry into their ideal university course across Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom and the United States.

The Regional Director IDP Middle East Imad Chaoui said that the company’s student services launch in Pakistan will help more people connect to global opportunities.

“Studying overseas can provide a platform for professional and personal success,” Imad Chaoui said. “We are delighted to extend our world-leading services for students in Pakistan to help them achieve their international education goals.”

The Pakistan Country Manager for IDP Humayun Bin Akram said that the teams looks forward to welcoming students and their families into the new centres. “Many of our counsellors have been international students themselves, so we understand the real challenges and opportunities that come with studying overseas,” Bin Akram said.

“We partner with leading universities and institutions across Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom and the United States, to help make sure students are supported at every step throughout their international education journey.”

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