20TH STUDY MALAYSIA EXPO, MARRIOT HOTEL, 14-16 JULY 2018
Speaking to the local media, the Consul-General apprised that Malaysia and Pakistan had taken steps to encourage and facilitate educational interactions between the two countries. Malaysia aspires to shape students who might not just compete globally in areas that require high cognitive skills, but are well-rounded in their reasoning/ analysing and leadership skills as well as possess bilingual/multi-lingual proficiency. The Consul-General is hopeful to see more Pakistani students pursuing their studies in Malaysia as Malaysia offers excellent facilities for students in a wide range of courses at competitive cost.
The Consul-General (third from left) officiating the 20th Study Malaysia Expo.
|The Consul-General (second from left) listening to a briefing about the Expo by Mr. Babar Bashir Ahmad, Managing Director, NPI (second from right)|
|The Consul-General (second from left) visiting the University Malaya's booth accompanied by Mr. Babar Bashir Ahmad, Managing Director, NPI (left) |
|Pakistani students getting necessary information from the representative of Curtin University. |
|Consul-General (right) visiting the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia's booth.|
|The Consul-General (right) getting a briefing about a wide range of courses offered at Taylor's University|
|The Consul-General (right) visiting the Monash University's booth.|