Friday, October 7, 2016

US varsities reps brief Millennials on global opportunities

Islamabad - Roots Millennium Schools' Flagship Millennium Campus I-9/3, Islamabad in a joint effort with the United States Education Foundation Pakistan-USEFP sorted out a critical visit of 14 colleges from the United States of America USA.

The colleges incorporates Valparaiso University, DePauw University, Northern Arizona University, Foothill and DeAnza Colleges, Colorado State University, College of the Desert, Northern Kentucky University, Central Washington University, Old Dominion University, Ohio Wesleyan University, Savannah College of Art and Design, St.

Cloud University, Minerva Schools and Hiram College to talk and brief Millennials about the worldwide open doors and grants.

The session was entirely gainful and intriguing for all Roots Millennium Schools' understudies.

Every one of the delegates of the colleges tended to the understudies sharing the chances of advanced education in United States of America.

This was trailed by an exceedingly intuitive question and answer session in which AS and A Level understudies offered exceptionally apropos conversation starters with respect to "study in USA", grant open doors, social contrast and environment in USA schools and colleges.

After the inquiry and answer session the Chief Executive Roots Millennium Schools Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq displayed Mementos to the delegates who have added to the pride of Millennium Campus I-9/3, Islamabad by appearing for balanced talk sessions.

Roots Millennium School is a worldwide school/school focused on addressing the necessities and aspirations of a different scope of understudies by giving testing scholastic projects supported by creative exploration, grant and expert practice.