Destination Germany Seminar By DAAD
The Roots Millennium Schools hosted a Destination Germany Seminar on Scholarships at the Millennium Campus, I-9/3 on March 27th, 2019. Ms. Inge Iqbal, Director DAAD – Information Center Islamabad, accompanied by the Program Manager Ms Yasmeen Paracha and Fatima Liaqat Program Assistant graced the seminar with their presence. The Millennium Education students, clad in traditional German Cultural attire welcomed Ms. Iqbal with a flower bouquet. Dozens of flag-bearing pupils lined up the pathway, where guests from DAAD were welcomed by singing a melodious German song.
Ms. Mona Kanwal, Manager German Language Department formally greeted the worthy Director DAAD by sharing her extensive German language teaching experience with the students and Faculty. She also introduced Academic Exchange Service DAAD being a registered association to promote International Academic Exchange and central gateway for students interested in going to Germany.
Muhammad bin Khalid student of Millennium Campus welcomed the distinguished guest with a speech followed by a brief introduction by the Principal Millennium Campus on College accolades and international achievements. Ms Mona Kanwal, head of German Department, spoke about the initiative of Schools Partner for the future and the national program vision of the Millennium Education as an International opportunity for Students. The program started off with recitation from the Holy Quran followed by National Anthem of both the nations sung by the students of Piccadilly campus with fervor. A group of students from Kingston Campus clad in German attire enthralled the audience with their German cultural performance. Abdul Muiz, a German Language student expressed his heartfelt views about his stupendous achievement of attaining scholarship in Germany for three weeks.
Ms Inge Iqbal delivered an interactive presentation to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, Middle year Program and the Advanced A Level students. During the session, Ms. Iqbal enlightened the forthcoming university students on University application processing, free of cost and discounted tuition fee universities, subject selection, university requirement, criteria and the scholarship opportunities available at the German universities. She also shared useful links with the students leading to Masters, PHD and Post Doctorate programs The students fully participated with question and answer session at the end and benefited from the session which remained quite interactive overall. She further highlighted Germany as the Land of ideas and one of the most popular destination for Pakistani students where German Universities are embedded in the inspiring landscape of the German High Tech industry. In the end she wished the Millennium Students to discover the opportunity, perspectives and cultural diversity of the other side.
Manager Foreign Languages, Robotics and STEM programme.
Head Office, Millennium Education.