During the meeting, the future of recruitment was discussed, and Ms Rasool’s response was very positive. Despite the challenges faced in the Pakistani economy, TMUC feels that its students are true ambassadors to the quality of the IFD programme, and student enrolments will grow year after year. It was emphasized that with the right support and digital marketing activities, it will greatly improve the IFD programme’s brand awareness.
The meeting was attended by Rebecca Cornes, who briefly discussed University recognition matters with universities such as the University of Hertfordshire, University of Creative Arts, and the University of London, which are potential progression interests for TMUC students.
TMUC highlighted that its IFD programme is well-placed to provide students with easy progression to international undergraduate programmes abroad. As the largest TNE provider in Pakistan, TMUC prides itself on its partnership with NCC Education, which equips students with the best quality and foundational acumen to pursue international study.
Students at TMUC have expressed how the IFD programme has provided them with key skills and knowledge, making them feel more confident as they embark on the next leg of their academic careers.
The IFD programme offered by TMUC is playing a pivotal role in empowering Pakistani students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in their academic and professional careers. As the largest TNE provider in Pakistan, TMUC is committed to providing its students with the best quality education and equipping them with the foundation they need to pursue international study. We are excited to see the continued success that TMUC will bring with its students and look forward to supporting our partner centre in this journey.