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As part of this programme, we reach out for collaborations with other institutions (foreign and local universities) to develop exclusive packages (fee reduction, discounts for high achievers, summer school programmes). These collaborations are aimed at making higher education more accessible and affordable while making the transition from school to higher learning as smooth as possible.
The City School is pleased to announce the TCS-Deakin International Scholarship Programme for October 2016/February 2017. It offers a 25% tuition fee waiver in any undergrad course for the students meeting the eligibility criteria. The students applying for admissions by 30th June, 2016 are eligible for this scholarship programme.
For details and submission of applications, please contact your Career Counsellor.
In another move aimed at making higher education more accessible and affordable for its students, The City School has signed an MoA with Heriot-Watt University, Dubai. The university is offering an exclusive scholarship of 15% to all City School graduates and a 100% scholarship to the students with a minimum of 3 A’s. For details and submission of applications, please contact your Career Counsellor.
Heriot-Watt is one of the UK’s leading universities for business and industry and has a reputation for innovative education, enterprise and leading edge research in science, business, engineering and design. Heriot-Watt was the first UK university to create an overseas campus in the Dubai International Academic City. Students come to its Dubai Campus from the UAE, the Gulf region, and beyond, to undertake a range of postgraduate and undergraduate degree programmes.
Currently, the Dubai Campus supports over 3,700 students on programmes in management, business and finance, energy, geosciences, infrastructure and society, life sciences, engineering and textiles and interior design.
The City School and the British Council signed an MoU on 9 September 2016, further strengthening the partnership between the two organisations. The agreement’s focus is familiarising TCS teachers with the British Council’s International School Awards (orientation/follow-up), Core Skills, School Leadership, and Connecting Classroom programmes. Dr Uzma Javed (Director Studies, TCS) and Mr Kevin McLaven (Director, British Council Punjab) signed the MoU.
Mr McLaven said, “These workshops would definitely benefit teachers in learning new practices and perspectives, leading them towards their professional development. It will open a new window of various cultures for the students to look at and understand diversity.”
Dr Uzma Javed appreciated the British Council’s efforts in promoting global education across Pakistan. She reiterated that our prime focus as educationists should be preparing the students for the real world where they will interact with people from all cultures, races and religions.
Ms Rukhsana Asim (Project Manager, British Council) held an interactive orientation session on International School Awards for Head teachers from the Central Region. Three Head teachers from Lahore have also been trained by the British Council to facilitate the training of other teachers.