Beaconhouse International College partners with prestigious UK universities

City Reporter

Beaconhouse International College recently unveiled its transnational higher education partnerships with prestigious UK universities during a special event held in Islamabad.

The partnerships will enable students to complete globally-recognized degrees at BIC’s state-of-the-art standalone purpose-built campuses in Lahore, Faisalabad, and Islamabad.

As a truly international organisation, Beaconhouse International College has forged successful partnerships with leading UK universities including Liverpool John Moores University, University of London (UOL), and Pearson UK to introduce programmes in Engineering, Business, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Law.

Students at BIC will also have the option of transferring to their respective university in the UK to complete their degrees.

While speaking at the event, Her Excellency Ms. Alison Blackburn, Acting British High Commissioner said, “The UK government is committed to supporting the growth of international partnerships and collaboration in education and looks forward to continuing to welcome students from Pakistan to study, both in the UK and through enrolment in programmes delivered in partnership with institutions in Pakistan.”

Nassir Mahmud Kasuri, CEO of Beaconhouse International College, said in his opening remarks, “By partnering with some of the UK’s leading institutions, we have synthesised their knowledge with our 45 years of local experience to deliver programmes uniquely suited to Pakistani students, which also allow them to compete at the highest levels internationally.”

Jane Baker, Vice President, Higher Education Qualifications, Pearson UK, noted that Beaconhouse is famous for providing a modern, holistic and innovative learning experience.

“We are confident that together both Pearson and Beaconhouse will impart the skills required to the youth to excel in their lives and help into the prosperity of Pakistan.”

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