ISLAMABAD: College of Essex graduates and award winners be a part of particular commencement in Pakistan.
Delighted graduates, their associates and households got here collectively for the College of Essex’s first commencement ceremony in Pakistan, held at an area lodge in Islamabad.
Greater than 50 College of Essex graduates joined the celebrations on the Serena Lodge in Islamabad with a whole bunch of supporters watching and applauding their achievements at what’s believed to be the primary Commencement ceremony organised by a number one UK college in Pakistan and attended by its Vice-Chancellor.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Anthony Forster mentioned: “We’ve got acquired such a heat welcome from everybody in Pakistan and this was a becoming climax to an inspirational week. Our alumni neighborhood is extremely necessary to us, and I felt completely privileged to satisfy so a lot of our wonderful Pakistani graduates.”
Vice-Chancellor Awards have been introduced to 2 excellent graduates. Training and surroundings campaigner Nasira Habib and heritage and human rights champion Nasiruddin Mirza, each acquired awards throughout this historic occasion.
In her acceptance speech Nasira mentioned: “I really feel honored, humbled and excited on the identical time. No award is extra prestigious than getting acknowledged by your alma mater. “The College set excessive requirements of studying, which inspired evaluation and independence of pondering. Thanks, Essex, for serving to me turns into an unbiased thinker.”
In his acceptance speech Nasiruddin paid tribute to the help of his household and associates and added: “This recognition means an important deal to me. I wish to categorical my gratitude to the College of Essex for offering me with the chance to pursue my tutorial and private objectives. The College of Essex has been a supportive and inclusive neighborhood that has allowed me to develop and develop as a person.”
The College of Essex is among the most worldwide universities on the earth and now has greater than 700 college students from Pakistan learning within the UK at its campuses in Colchester, Southend and Loughton.
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