University of London International: Two Pakistani students secure best aggregates

The university has announced it would award prizes to both students for their excellent academic performance


APP August 30, 2015
PHOTO: AFP

ISLAMABAD: Two Pakistani students, Ahmed Farooq and Usama Rauf of Islamabad School of Law (ISL) have secured the best aggregates in the world in the University of London International Programmes.

The University of London International has announced it would award prizes to both students for their excellent academic performance.

The Islamabad School of Law, where both students are presently studying, has also announced scholarships for both students, Tehmina Khanum Qureshi, principal ISL said.

The results of the law course, announced recently by the University of London International Programmes, were a source of pride and accomplishment for the Pakistani nation.

Ahmed Farooq, a student of ISL, topped his peers with the best aggregate in the world in University of London International Programmes diploma in law and indeed outperformed the best aggregate on LLB Scheme A Year 1 as well.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 29th, 2015. 

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leela4fun | 6 years ago | Reply Where Axactly is University of London International? Congratulations to the duo.
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