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“Career Counseling”
April 1, 2016
 
Keeping in view the significance of Internationalization and collaboration for the universities all over the world the  School of Professional Advancement has conducted and interactive session on "Students International Collaboration and Linkage" in coordination with The University of Regina Canada. The associate director of The University of Regina was invited as a guest of honor. The objective of the session was  to provide guidance and facilitation services for overseas recruitment, admission and career development to the prospective students of UMT. Students of SPA were the participants.The program agenda was as follow;
  1. Tilawat
  2. Introduction (by the student of MS-SLM)
  3. Presentation by the Associate Director Regina University Canada
  4. Online conferencing with the Director Academics Regina University Canada
  5. Question Answer session by the faculty and students
  6. Refreshment
The session was ended with the question answer session by the students. Dr Farhat Munir represented SPA and gave souvenirs to the guest of honor. It was agree that such collaboration will continue in future with some plans for the career and educational exposures of the students. 
 
 
 
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