Faisalabad is the third major city in Pakistan, the second leading in the province of Punjab after Lahore, and a major industrial core in the heart of Pakistan.
Faisalabad is also recognized as the Manchester of Pakistan, Faisalabad is considered as a vital industrial city west of Lahore.
The city is at a road and railway connection, which has played a powerful role in the expansion of Faisalabad's trade and economy.
The nearby landscape, irrigated by the Lower Chenab River, has seen prolonged production of cotton, wheat, sugarcane, vegetables, and fruits, which form 55% of Pakistan's exports. The city is considered as an industrial core with major railway repair work area, engineering works, and sugar mills, flour, and oil seed. Produce includes tremendous phosphates, cotton and silk textiles, hosiery, dyes, industrial chemicals, beverages, apparels, pulp and paper, printing, agricultural equipment, and ghee. Faisalabad is the site of the high-status University of Agriculture.
The population of Faisalabad has a literacy rate of 44% approximately, with a division of male 70% and 30% for females. There is an array of students of universities who visit abroad for higher studies mostly for PhD. Educational institutes of Multan also offers different scholarships to their students with the help of foreign institutes that they make sure study abroad for their successful future.
A consultant network is also working for guiding and providing information to students for study in foreign countries. They specially organize different types of events, seminar and expos to facilitate the students. Mostly renowned or big names arrange these types of events. A consultant actually guides students about your study track in abroad.
Study in abroad is the dream of every students and mostly student wants to peruse their studies in foreign countries.