There are only several hundred Pakistanis studying at Canadian universities. A small number, when you consider a few thousand would like to go.
So what’s the problem? Getting the right advice is tough. Getting honest help is rare. This is why CUAC’s three offices in Pakistan are so important.
It all starts with CUAC Director of Pakistan, Ms. Rubeena Hoodbhoy. Rubeena has been advising students going abroad from Pakistan for more than two decades. She’s the most respected academic counsellor in the country, regularly invited for meetings at universities abroad and recognized for her integrity by High Commissioners, Visa and Trade officers.
Rubeena’s staff are also a major asset – and all are committed to responsible and professional assistance, with the highest integrity. Just click on the individual Pakistan office links, which you will find below and over in the left-hand column on this page.
No doubt the numbers of qualified, serious and sincere Pakistanis at Canadian universities is growing. Look no further than the CUAC office contacts below to find out for yourself why a Canadian education, career and a life in Canada is all possible, with your first step, to walk inside one of our offices.
The largest city in Pakistan, this sprawling and huge metropolis has hundreds of excellent schools. Thousands of graduates, whether from A Levels or Intermediate, are looking for the great opportunities a world-class education in Canada offers.
The capital of Punjab, it has a long history of interest in Canada, just as its Punjabi brothers and sisters have on the Indian side of the border.
The Pakistani capital has a myriad of great schools and colleges. Interest in Canada has grown in leaps and bounds in the last decade.