UK university lecturers visit Roots IVY University College

Islamabad:April 27:Roots IVY University College brought another world-class opportunity for Pakistani students by organising face to face revision classes for law students in the twin cities by highly experienced leading UK university lecturers, says a press release. The lecturers were arranged by Roots IVY CEO Khadija Mushtaq with the leading UK universities, it has not only benefited the IVY students but also other law students in the region. Adam Doyle, programme manager, LLB and GDL Online and Distance Learning Programmes at BPP University, principal lecturer in law, external examiner for top ranking UK universities visited Roots IVY University College to guide the law students in their upcoming examinations. He is also the reviewer and editor of articles and books, co-author of two part article on the current law, winner of Law school teaching excellence award and Best Tutor of University, Professional Qualifications and International Divisions of BPP and Nominee of Lecturer of the Year Award from Kings College London. This fantastic opportunity to study from highly skilled professionals and experienced UK lecturers was not only availed by the Ivians, but also many students from different law colleges of Rawalpindi/ Islamabad. The students were very impressed by the excellence of teaching and methodologies used. Speaking after the session at Roots IVY University College, F/8 campus one of the students Alina Ikram said: “Sir Adam is a very knowledgeable law tutor. His willingness to help the students is a strong point of his and within two days all students have come to admire and emulate him.” One of the students of University of London Programme said, “Adam Doyle delivered several lectures in law within these past three days. His lectures were incredibly well structured and very easy to follow. He delivered the content in a clear, engaging and concise way. With his friendly approach and humour, he sparked an interest in the students for what appeared to be quite an abstract and complex subject. To date, Mr Doyle has been one of my best lecturers that I know and is one of those whose lectures I learnt the most from.” Another student Dilawar Khan of BPP Law programme shared, “I was very lucky to have Sir Adam as a tutor at BPP Law School. He explained complicated nature of law in a comprehensive and exciting manner. His knowledge of relevant legislation and case law is highly impressive. The lectures given by Sir Adam were among the most interesting during the whole LLB course at Roots IVY University, BPP Law programme.” These revision sessions were conducted in two campuses of Roots IVY University College in Rawalpindi and Islamabad in affirmation of Roots IVY’s commitment to empowering the youth of Pakistan with the highest quality qualifications, enabling them to pursue their desired career in Law to compete on a global level, creating opportunities, acquiring vital skills and earning qualifications that will ensure that they excel globally. The third day of the revision sessions concluded with Khadija Mushtaq’s inspiring words for all the students highlighting the international initiatives at Roots IVY.The news.