Saturday, September 19, 2015

UK law school forges partnership with Roots Ivy University College

Islamabad, British High Commissioner to Pakistan Philip Barton facilitated a supper to commend the 'Dispatch of BPP University Law School's LLB Degree in Pakistan'.

The BPP University Law School, a main supplier of lawful instruction in the UK, has propelled its first-ever law program for students in Pakistan, permitting understudies to consider for the all around perceived law qualifying LLB (respects) degree with its elite accomplice - Roots Ivy University College, says a press discharge.

Some prominent visitors went to the occasion, including the British high chief; Minister of State for Education Baligh-ur-Rahman; Punjab Minister for Education Rana Mashood; Punjab Higher Education Commission Chairman Professor Dr. Nizam-ud-Din, and Senator Chaudhry Tanveer Khan.

Additionally present on the event were Dean and CEO of BPP University Law School Professor (Barrister) Peter Crisp, and Barrister and Director of LLB Programs at BPP Professor Julian Davies, International Commercial Director for BPP University Lil Bremermann-Richard and Head of International Projects at BPP University Nicole De Caires, alongside Mr & Mrs. Mushtaque Rasool Chaudhary, author & CEO of the Roots School System, Pakistan, and Khadija Mushtaq, CEO of the Roots Ivy Education Group.

The BPP University Law School has fashioned a fruitful association with the Roots Ivy University College to convey the LLB (respects) degree in Pakistan, which will empower effective graduates to advance onto expert study and train as advodates. This open door permits understudies to contemplate precisely the same degree offered in London without bearing the high money related expenses of voyaging abroad, whilst as yet accepting week by week instructing from BPP University speakers with the backing of nearby Roots Ivy specialists.

Talking on the event, British High Commissioner to Pakistan Philip Barton said: "I am charmed that the BPP University will be working with Roots IvyUniversity College to convey the UK-guaranteed law degrees to Pakistan. This will help both foundations reach more individuals with top notch instruction. It will convey critical extra abilities to Pakistan's economy and help with the advancement of the nation's lawful calling."

Diminish Crisp of the BPP University Law School said, "We are quick to bolster the thriving lawful area in Pakistan and this occasion speaks the truth perceiving the advances that have been made, and additionally the difficulties ahead, in Pakistan."

"The degrees that understudies procure while concentrating on in Pakistan at Roots Ivy are precisely the same, as far as nature of showing and the end capability, as those earned by understudies in the UK or anyplace else on the planet", Peter Crisp included.

Khadija Mushtaq of the Roots Ivy Education Group said with more than 20-year involvement in conveying proficient lawful capabilities, BPP University Law School is one of the biggest graduate schools in the UK, concentrating on serving to manufacture the lawful professions of Pakistani understudies and other UK and worldwide understudies.