Australian Pacific Institute of Technology, is first of it is kind in Pakistan. The management and faculty believe that a country like Pakistan, with 66% of population representing a vibrant and energetic youth, and with proper training and education, Pakistan will be next “Super Power” of the world in terms of technical “Human Resources”.
The intellectual development and skill enhancement of our youth, par with the international standards are paramount to national prosperity Australia is fortunate to have a world-leading vocational education and training system. This crucial sector provides training in the skills Australians need for be competitive in employment market, not simply at home but globally, and injects billions of dollars of export income into the economy each year. ASQA makes sure that the quality and reputation of Australia’s VET system is maintained through effective national regulation.
At the same time Pakistan is facing an “intellectual flight” or “Brain Drain” from decades. APIT is bringing an international study phenomenon at home, international standard quality education into Pakistan with the commitment and determination. Following the guidelines of ASQA as regulators, APIT developed their Training Resources, to bring the same success story to Pakistan. Being a parent I feel a financial hit by earning in Pak rupee, but paying tuition fee in dollars and pounds far land away university in abroad on the fashion statement of “study abroad”. Now with the help of APIT I can keep my son to my homeland and pay the cast of one fourth in comparison and get the same quality education.
Top of everything we will provide professional development courses and English Language enhancement. Couple with Australian qualification, diploma, and fluent in English will get priority in visa processing and immigration to Australia from Pakistan.
The most impressive feature is the commitment of all the team members of this brand new Australian Pacific Institute of Technology Islamabad campus is to create the opportunity for many Pakistani students to study in an Australian institute, while leaving in Pakistan awarding successful students with Australian qualifications. Along with the exposure of participating in an Australian operated and cultured environment, this provides students a pathway to advance towards the 3rd year of a Bachelor’s degree both in Pakistan and abroad.
Author: Basir Chand