Islamabad: The delegation of Saudi School students alongwith their Teachers visited the International Islamic University on Wednesday. The 15 member’s delegation was received at Administrative Block by Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ziaul Haq, Dean, Faculty of Shariah and other Officers of the University.
The delegation was provided a detailed briefing about the Academic Programmes, Faculties and Departments of the University in the Council Hall. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ziaul Haq, Dean, Faculty of Shariah & Law and Dr. Muhammad Bashir, Acting Dean, Faculty of Arabic briefed the delegation about the Academic activities of International Islamic University.
The delegation was briefed that International Islamic University has 9 Faculties, 2 Academies, 4 Institutes, 43 Departments and one Technology College. It was also informed to the delegation that International Islamic University offered all Programs in almost all disciplines of sciences and technology, Engineering, Social Sciences and other academic programmes.
It was informed to the delegation that presently more than 25,000 students are studying in the University. Almost 17,000 students are from abroad.
It was also informed to the delegation that foreign students are provided residence facility in the University Hostels. After the briefing the students asked questions about the academic programmes, requirements for enrolments, numbers of employment and other relevant issues related registration in the academic programmes of the University.
They also asked questions about the enrolments schedule of the University. After this briefing at Umar bin Khitab Administrative Block, the visit of the students was arranged to different Faculties and Libraries of the University, Laboratories of Engineering and Technology and Laboratories of Faculty of Applied Sciences and Central Library, where Dr. Sohail Abdullah, Dr. Mohammad Sher and Mr. Zulqarnain briefed them respectively.
They also visited Social Sciences Faculty and Faculty of Shariah & Law. They shown keen interest in the in the Libraries and Laboratories of the University and many of them wished to enrol in this University for their future studies.