Muhammad Ghalib Imran, a Class 11 student at North Nazimabad Boys Campus, has been selected by United World Colleges for a two-year IB Diploma at United World College Dilijan, Armenia. He will leave in August, after attending a week-long orientation and training session. This is a fully-funded scholarship covering airfare, lodging and tuition fee.
In June 2013, UWC and the AMAN Foundation (a local not-for-profit trust) signed an agreement to jointly fund and enable more than 20 Pakistani students to enter UWC schools and colleges every year to pursue a pre-university two-year International Baccalaureate Diploma. The students are selected on merit, taking into account the criteria of the scholarships, the educational standard of Class 10 and 11 students in Pakistan and the attributes required for a student to succeed at UWC.