A big group of 119 pupil leaders from underserved populations throughout Pakistan have arrived in the US this week to spend a semester at American colleges.
This programme for undergraduate research is managed by means of the World Undergraduate Exchange Programme of the US State Division.
All through the semester, contributors will achieve the abilities wanted to implement long-term civic and financial modifications of their dwelling communities whereas fostering cross-cultural understanding by means of tutorial research, service-learning tasks and cultural actions.
The organisers hope that whereas interacting with People in the neighborhood and on campus, the contributors may also change into pupil “ambassadors” for Pakistan, selling a greater picture of their nation in the US.
The scholars will make shows about their nation and cultures in native colleges and organisations, sharing their distinctive views and backgrounds.