In the wake of encouraging more than 300 Pakistani understudies, the Pakistan-Australian Education Expo 2015 set up their second portion on Sunday, in which 14 Australian colleges offered Pakistani understudies an opportunity to seek after higher studies abroad.
"The quantity of understudies has expanded colossally this time when contrasted with the past presentations," said Australian Education Office (AEO) Pakistan CEO and inhabitant executive, Saad Mehmood. He additionally called attention to that they are expecting more than 500 understudies to benefit the stroll in chance to satisfy their fantasies of mulling over in Australia. Consistently, more than 300 understudies fly to Australia from Pakistan through AEO Pakistan for advanced education, generally in the fields of designing and business studies.
"We are giving a stage to understudies and are propelling them to seek after their degrees abroad," said Mehmood. He additionally said that they help understudies in each conceivable way, from the methodology of applying to colleges and visa application to IELTS, courses and convenience points of interest.
As indicated by Mehmood, in the last 28 displays directed by the AEO in Karachi, the quantity of understudies applying consistently has expanded. He said that a dominant part of understudies go for postgraduate studies. He added that he would have liked to see the quantity of female understudies increment as they seem to be 'more skillful, wise and promising than guys'.
At the passageway, the candidates were obliged to fill the 'understudy appraisal structure', giving their fundamental instructive and individual points of interest. The understudy appraisal structure helps the volunteers guide understudies about the work area he/she ought to move to with a specific end goal to meet advisors for further help. In the event that the work area finds the candidate qualified, they will give her/him two more structures to fill. One of these is an educational module vitae and the other is a rundown of archives needed for further handling of the application. "In the event that the understudy is searching for a particular college and we don't have their slow down here, he can take assistance from [the] work area managing the colleges of Australia," said AEO IT organizer Shahid Raza.
Fizza Amir from Nixor College went to the expo with the trust of discovering a decent college in Australia for her undergrad studies. "This is a superior alternative than seeking on the web as you get numerous choices under one rooftop," said Amir, who is searching for a college that offers undergrad programs in science subjects.
Another understudy, Fahadullah, who has moved on from Karachi University, said he wished to go for a Masters in Economics from the University of Melbourne. "In the wake of seeing my seniors, I additionally need to go for a Masters in Economics," he said. "Yet, I will return to Pakistan to serve my nation."
Faith in Pakistan's ability
Melbourne Institute of Technology showcasing specialist Janet Mountseer was of the perspective that Pakistani understudies are solid and equipped for learning. "We have confidence in Pakistani understudies and their ability, which is the reason we come here consistently," she said, including that she has been working with Pakistani understudies for quite a while. She welcomed the thought of the expo as its assists collaborate with the understudies.
Dr Chris Daly of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) additionally imparted his experience to The Express Tribune of working with worldwide understudies amid the most recent 28 years. "We have more than 30 for each penny worldwide understudies in UNSW, of which two or three 100 are from Pakistan," he included. He additionally said that a greater part of understudies go to Australia for seeking after Masters in Engineering.