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Where do you live?
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
fahad akhtar
Which college or university?
N.E.D. University/University of Texas Arlington
Any fellow Pakistani Alumni living near you?
Your graduation date?
31st dec 2008
Your major?
What do you do for a living?
worked as FPGA Developer in Digitek Engineering
Any professional affiliations? Memberships in professional orgs?
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
nothing but have helped many students in their studies
Tell us about you:
Doing majors in electrical engineering. My area of specialization is Power electronics and Controls
What are your hobbies?
tv computer games reading books
Your favorite books?
microelectronic circuits by sedra smith, power electronics by vithyathil,hardy boys series
Favorite Music:
strings jal atif hindi music linkin park
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At 1:25am on September 21, 2007, Wasif Naeem said…
Salam Fahad
The home office only allows 20 hours of work per week on a student visa which is enough to support your living in the UK but not near enough to save money towards your fees. They are pretty strict these days. Previously students used to work more than 20 hours without much problem but now they are demanding your national insurance number when you renew your UK visa.

They can easily find out from it if you have worked for more than 20 hours which inturn creates trouble, even deportation.

Normally IELTS is enough to get admission in a UK university. There are now many universities sending their representatives abroad to lure students to join their universities with money off of your fees. In some cases, I have known, there is even a 50% off the fees. So you look out for such events.

Hope this helps.

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