Regent’s
inaugurates fashion studio in Pakistan

Regent’s University London representatives were recently in Pakistan to inaugurate a fashion studio at The Millennium University College (TMUC) in Islamabad. The two institutions have been partners since last October.

Neil Herrington, Regent’s Head of Student Recruitment, commented:

“The fashion studio is for students who wish to sell their work within a boutique environment ahead of opening their own shops or launching their own labels.

“We signed an articulation agreement with TMUC earlier this year, meaning that students who successfully complete their Pearson/Ed Excel HNDs in Fashion Textiles can join the second year of Regent’s BA Fashion Design, or BA Fashion Design with Marketing degree.

“Those studying for their HNDs in Business can enter our BA Global Management programme.

“TMUC are the University College wing of the Roots Millennium school system, one of the largest private school systems in Pakistan operating institutions from kindergarten up to University College level.

“Regent’s Institute of Languages & Culture has also been working with TMUC to develop a Master of Arts degree programme in Teaching and Learning for the professional development of all teachers in the Roots Millennium system.”

Neil and his colleague Amna Maroof, Senior PA to Regent’s Vice Chancellor Professor Aldwyn Cooper, were welcomed to TMUC by its CEO, Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq – a world-leading academic and social entrepreneur.