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IDP Education opens three offices in Pakistan

Global education agency IDP Education has announced it has entered the Pakistani market to provide its services to students seeking to study abroad.

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With three new offices – in Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi – specialist counsellors will assist students wishing to study in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, UK and the US.

“We are delighted to extend our world-leading services for students in Pakistan”

“Studying overseas can provide a platform for professional and personal success,” Imad Chaoui, IDP’s Middle East regional director said.

“We are delighted to extend our world-leading services for students in Pakistan to help them achieve their international education goals,” he said.

Humayun Bin Akram, Pakistan country manager for IDP, noted that many of IDP’s counsellors have experience studying overseas, meaning they are specially placed to help students.

“Many of our counsellors have been international students themselves, so we understand the real challenges and opportunities that come with studying overseas,” Bin Akram explained.

“We partner with leading universities and institutions across Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom and the United States, to help make sure students are supported at every step throughout their international education journey.”

IDP won the Education Agency of the Year category at 2019’s PIEoneer Awards.

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