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Pakistan Higher Education Commission Vision 2025

Report
30 June 2017

On Monday 29 May 2017, the Pakistani Higher Education Commission held a consultative conference on its draft Higher Education Commission Vision 2025. The document sets out the development ambitions for the higher education sector in Pakistan for 2017 – 2025.

This note contains a review of the draft policy and includes reference to potential opportunities for collaboration. A detailed summary of the policy is included in the annex.

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