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Lord Mayor of Birmingham & Chancellor of Birmingham City University, visited Bahria Town

Lord Mayor of Birmingham & Chancellor of Birmingham City University, Councillor Chauhdry Abdul Rashid visited yesterday Bahria Town Private Limited, Rawalpindi & Islamabad including the Site of the proposed University to be set up as a Foreign University’s Campus at Bahria Town, Rawalpindi. After visiting the site of the University, comprising of 150 acre of land, he was very much impressed by the quality of development work done and appreciated the efforts of the Bahria Town in Higher Education. It is to be noted that Bahria Town has planned to establish a Branded University as a Joint Venture with a British University. The Bahria Town has endowed the land and will also finance the construction of the Campus meant for about 10,000 students. Bahria Town will bear the cost of its furnishing and operation till the University becomes self sufficient financially.
The University will offer undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in Social & Natural Sciences, Business & Management Sciences, Medicine & Medical Sciences, Computer & Information Technology, and Engineering.
The commitment of this University Project by Bahria Town is one step further towards its dedication to serve its community in all fields including in education also. Bahria Town has already established a number of educational institutions such as: Ace International Academy, Dr. A. Q. Khan College for Science & Technology, High Schools etc. Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor Chauhdry Abdul Rashid, who is also Chancellor of the Birmingham City University, visited these institutions and was impressed by their excellence. He was very candid in his appreciation for the standards set up by Bahria Town, not only in real estate, but also in education. He was hopeful that the youth of Bahria Town and its neighboring community and the talented students from all over Pakistan will be greatly benefited from this University.
Source: Bahria Town

Lord Mayor of Birmingham & Chancellor of Birmingham City University, Councillor Chauhdry Abdul Rashid visited yesterday Bahria Town Private Limited, Rawalpindi & Islamabad including the Site of the proposed University to be set up as a Foreign University’s Campus at Bahria Town, Rawalpindi.

After visiting the site of the University, comprising of 150 acre of land, he was very much impressed by the quality of development work done and appreciated the efforts of the Bahria Town in Higher Education. It is to be noted that Bahria Town has planned to establish a Branded University as a Joint Venture with a British University.

The Bahria Town has endowed the land and will also finance the construction of the Campus meant for about 10,000 students. Bahria Town will bear the cost of its furnishing and operation till the University becomes self sufficient financially.

The University will offer undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in Social & Natural Sciences, Business & Management Sciences, Medicine & Medical Sciences, Computer & Information Technology, and Engineering.

The commitment of this University Project by Bahria Town is one step further towards its dedication to serve its community in all fields including in education also. Bahria Town has already established a number of educational institutions such as: Ace International Academy, Dr. A. Q. Khan College for Science & Technology, High Schools etc.

Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor Chauhdry Abdul Rashid, who is also Chancellor of the Birmingham City University, visited these institutions and was impressed by their excellence. He was very candid in his appreciation for the standards set up by Bahria Town, not only in real estate, but also in education. He was hopeful that the youth of Bahria Town and its neighboring community and the talented students from all over Pakistan will be greatly benefited from this University.

Source: Bahria Town

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