Career O’clock is an educational consultancy firm based in Islamabad, Pakistan. Our core objective is the exposure of Pakistani students to renowned universities across the globe; from the UK to Canada, Australia, Europe, Malaysia, Dubai and USA to pursue their higher education dreams. We promote higher education opportunities abroad for several reasons. 1) To acquire quality education in a multicultural society. 2) Develop our human resource as our youth gains exposure to the world best practices and learn from their peers from around the globe. 3) Contribute in socio-economic uplift and development of our country by improving inward flow of foreign remittances.

Having in-depth knowledge of the higher education sector and extensive experience in working with and promoting foreign education in Pakistan gives us an edge and makes us competent enough to serve the educational needs of our clients. Our leadership and team comprised highly qualified educationists, researchers, counsellors and marketers. We enjoy a great network within industry and academia.

In our counselling sessions we do not only conduct psychometric testing but also brief the prospective students regarding the advantages and  disadvantages of studying at a specific institution or in a particular country / region. Apart from finding the right institution offering the desired course, our counselling sessions are also geared towards the future prospects including employment opportunities, permanent residence and foreign nationality. We also make sincere efforts to get maximum scholarship for our students. Our future projects include industry-academia linkages, skill development programs and certifications, education exchange programs, faculty exchange programs and research collaboration among Pakistani and foreign HEI’s.

Our Vision

To be the catalysts of change by enabling and mobilizing youth and bridging the gap between industry, academia and aspiring students.

Our Values

We hold strong to our values that are our guiding principles:







Ethics and morality