The Roots Millennium Education Islamabad hosted ‘Destination Germany’ seminar on education and scholarship opportunities for students in Germany, according to a press release issued by the institution.Director DAAD Information Center Islamabad Inge Iqbal accompanied by Program Manager Yasmeen Paracha and Program Assistant Fatima Liaqat attended the seminar. The Millennium Education students clad in traditional German cultural attire welcomed the guests by singing a melodious German song. On the occasion, Manager German Language Department at Roots Millennium Education Mona Kanwal shared her German language teaching experience with the students and the faculty. She also introduced academic exchange service DAAD as a registered association to promote international academic exchange and a gateway for students interested to go to Germany for studies. She also spoke about the initiative of schools partner for the future and the national program vision of The Millennium Education as an international opportunity for the students.The program started with recitation from the Holy Quran followed by national anthems of both the countries. A group of students from Kingston Campus clad in German attire enthralled the audience with their German cultural performance. German language student Abdul Muiz expressed his views about his achievement of attaining scholarship in Germany for three weeks. Director DAAD Inge Iqbal delivered an interactive presentation to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, IB Middle Year Program and A-Level students. During the session, she informed the students on university application processing, free-of-cost and discounted tuition fee universities, subject selection, university requirements, criteria and the scholarship opportunities available at German universities. She also shared useful links with the students leading to masters, PHD and post doctorate programs. She described Germany asa land of ideas and one of the most popular destinations for the Pakistani students.