Pakistani students

UK to interview Pakistan students seeking visa

* Study shows 48 percent non-credible applicants granted visa in Pakistan

By Asif Mehmood (Daily Times)

LONDON: Getting a UK visa is going to become an up-hill task for Pakistani students, as they would have to go through assessment interviews in the future, Daily Times has learnt. The decision was taken after a British Home Office study found out that 48 percent of those granted visas in Pakistan were not credible applicants.Read More »UK to interview Pakistan students seeking visa

Islamabad: Students get tips for seeking job

Experts at a seminar urged the students to never give up and remain consistent while seeking a job until success.

The seminar, which was attended by a large number of female job seekers, was held at the sideline of second day of the Job Fair 2009 here on Wednesday.

They said that the average ratio for getting a call from an organisation you applied for a job was 10:1, which means that a candidate has to apply in dozens of organisations to get a required job.Read More »Islamabad: Students get tips for seeking job

Many Japanese universities offering courses in English

HYDERABAD: Consul General of Japan Akinori Wada met Sindh University Jamshoro Vice Chancellor Mazharul Haq Siddiqui on Thursday morning, telling him that in Japan many universities were offering courses in English language.

He said the Japanese government was launching a study programme for foreign students and also a studentsí exchange programme. The purpose of his visit, he said, was to meet the students and share views about students programme in Japanese universities.Read More »Many Japanese universities offering courses in English