Islamabad—Khadija Mushtaq CEO Roots Ivy School, College and University welcomed sixteen US university representatives that were visiting Pakistan as part of the USEFP and Education USA’s South Asia Tour “College Education Fair” yesterday. After the welcome note, a brief introduction of each US University along with their representative was given. Khadija Mushtaq briefed the US university representatives about the proactive initiatives taken up by Roots Ivy School, College and University to successfully guide students to get admissions in the top universities of USA and to strengthen the relationship between U.S. universities and Pakistani students through such educational ventures.
Roots Ivy has always been in the forefront in all international educational collaborations with the main focus on educating students to be qualified and competent enough to apply in any of top universities of the world. Roots Ivy is the only college in Pakistan to be providing such higher education opportunities including Global Linkages, Summer Camps and Student Exchange Programs and Advance Teacher Training Workshops in the US.
Roots Ivy’s unique education experience enabled aspiring students to tour each stall and directly interact with the university representatives to discuss their university application process and the choices of programs being offered. The list of US universities included Valparaiso University, DePauw University, Northern Arizona State University, University of Northern IOWA, 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, San Mateo Colleges of Silicon valley, Minerva Schools and Hiram College. After the interactive networking session, the representing officers were delighted to meet brilliant students of Roots Ivy and were very eager to introduce Ivyians to the undergraduate program heads at their respective universities.
The South Asia Tour enabled students and the parent community to gain firsthand knowledge of the admission requirements, scholarships, financial aid, university selection and what qualities these US universities look for in applicants. Informative brochures of each university offered comprehensive details about the various majors and scholarship opportunities that they offered to international students.
US university representatives commended on the extraordinary efforts made by the staff and faculty of Roots Ivy to facilitate the students in their university application process with the highest level of commitment.