Global expo provides unparalleled opportunities to students

Students offered attractive scholarships as per their interests by renowned international stakeholders.

LAHORE: The TCL Global organized an education expo to provide a platform for students to explore international academic avenues.

The event offered students attractive scholarships as per students varied interests and also hosted renowned international stakeholders, university representatives of more than 20 top ranked universities, and key players such as the British Council (IELTS) and PTE for students’ counseling and guidance.

The expo was curated to offer students an immersive experience with a special focus on informative kiosks and one to one interactive session.

Ryan Powell, Global Director of Partnerships TCL Global presented the global perspectives and led insightful sessions on various facets of international education.

Powell emphasized the importance of global education and said “Education knows no boundaries and the global education expo provides platform for students to explore the vast world of possibilities.

Students received important insights from their connections with institutions and global stakeholders that extend beyond the classroom and textbooks. This occasion serves as evidence of the influence that international cooperation will have on the direction of education.”

Faisal Mahmood, Country Director of TCL Global Pakistan, said, “The epo served as a gateway for students to explore endless possibilities in the world of education. We believe that fostering global connections is crucial for personal and professional growth, and this expo aimed to bridge the gap between aspiring students and international opportunities.”

The expo provided a unique opportunity for students and faculty to engage directly with experienced counselors and international stakeholders. Attendees gained valuable insights into scholarships, career growth prospects, and post-study work opportunities. This immersive experience was tailored to empower students to make informed decisions about their academic and professional journeys.

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