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October 24, 2011

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October 24, 2011

The two-day education expo concluded on Sunday with large number of students showing their interest in getting admission in the world reputed education institutions of United Kingdom.
The expo was organised by the HR Consultants in collaboration with ‘The News’ with an aim to provide safe, challenging and life-changing study experiences to students and professionals in Pakistan and abroad.
The stalls with the representatives of various universities were set up in the spacious hall of a local hotel. The education institutions that set up their stall and provided information besides on the spot admissions to the student included the names of Birmingham City University, Brunel University, BPP university college, University of Kent, University of Bradford, Uclan, London Metropolitan University, Middlesex University, The University of Sheffield, Queen Marry, University of Leicester, Cambridge Education Group, Navitas, Bradford College University Centre, South Thames College, Holborn College and many more.
The officials of the university not only provided relevant information to the candidates but also provided free of cost career counselling facility to the students.
In his statement, HR Director Arafat Shahid said that one of the major advantages of studying in UK was the opportunity to perfect ones knowledge of the English knowledge — one of the most important skills in the international business world. “UK’s global community gives our student the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with people from a host of different countries. An international student in UK is typically allowed to work up to 20 hours a week during school term and up to full time when school is out of term,” he said.
He said, “HR was the most experienced and trust worthy name when we talk about student placement in UK. HR has placed thousands of students in UK since 1993 with 99.9 percent visa success rate.”
He said, “HR has developed a level of experience

that few organisations that few organisations can rival, “undoubtedly, we have created a compatible and effective learning environment.”
The courses, which were offered in various universities included engineering, politics, ACCA, geography, psychology, law, education, sciences, management, information technology and journalism.

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