Minerva Schools committed to making education accessible to all qualified students

Staff Reporter

Roots Ivy International Schools Pakistan in collaboration with Minerva Schools at KGI, a San Francisco-based innovative undergraduate university program held a joint networking press conference at Roots Ivy F-8 Flagship Campus Islamabad.
CEO Roots Ivy International Schools Pakistan Dr. Khadija Mushtaq welcomed Ms. Fatou K. Badiane-Toure Managing Director Middle East & Africa at Minerva along with Mr. Naveed Ejaz Regional Manager Middle East and North Africa from Minerva Schools at KGI and gave them a detailed tour of multiple A-Levels campuses of Roots Ivy including Riverview, DHA1, Westri-dge and F-8 Islamabad followed by an exclusive session with the team of counselors at Roots Ivy International, students and parents. Ms. Fatou K. Badiane-Toure was specially invited to provide an in-depth knowledge of Minerva Schools at KGI committed to making education accessible to all qualified students, supporting them financially, facilitating the administration of grant-funded research, and advocating for broad reform in higher education on a global scale.
In 2015, Roots Ivy International students applied into the prestigious Minerva Schools at KGI undergraduate program that combines four years of world travel with rigorous, interdisciplinary study in seven vibrant cities of the world and eight of our students got acceptance from Minerva Schools at KGI (Keck Graduate Institute) with complete financial aid. Founded in 2012, Ben Nelson, Founder of Minerva, and Stephen M. Kosslyn, Ph.D., Founding Dean of the Minerva Schools at KGI, provide the reinvented university experience offering undergraduate degrees in five accredited majors: Arts & Humanities, Computational Sciences, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Business, as well as two graduate degrees, including the concurrent Master’s in Applied Arts & Sciences, and the Master’s in Applied Analysis and Decision Making.

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