Pakistani Undergraduate Students Prepare for a Semester in the United States

Islamabad, December 9, 2016 – Approximately 90 Pakistani undergraduate students attended a pre-departure orientation in Islamabad today in preparation for their upcoming semester of study in the United States through the U.S. Government-funded Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD). Since its launch in 2010, more than 1,000 Pakistani students have participated in the program.
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19 Pakistani Students Return Home from U.S. Embassy-Funded “Summer Sisters” Exchange Program

Islamabad, September 22, 2016:  Yesterday, U.S. Embassy and iEARN Pakistan staff welcomed home 19 female Pakistani students who recently participated in the Summer Sisters Exchange Program at U.S. universities, including Harvard, American University, and Smith College.  The students, ages 15 to 18, spent the summer studying science, leadership and international affairs. “The U.S. Embassy sponsors ...
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U.S. Consulate Sends 19 Pakistani Women to Summer Exchanges in US

U.S. Consul General Brian Heath greeted 19 Pakistani women prior to their departure for summer exchange programs in the United States. “My sincere congratulations to all of the participants in the Summer Sisters 2016 exchange program,” said Mr. Heath, while thanking partners: iEarn, the U.S. Pakistan Women’s Council and American University. Also attending were iEARN ...
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