Ayesha Khalil has completed Master’s degree with distinction in Educational Psychology from International Islamic University of Malaysia where she has won prestigious Ummatic scholarship as well. While pursuing her studies abroad, she also gained valuable experience working as an editorial assistant in a flagship journal indexed in SCOPUS, Intellectual Discourse. She has expertise in Qualitative Research. She has presented one of her qualitative research paper in Japan for which she got ‘distinguished paper award’. Her love for qualitative research also landed her with HEC travel grant for a coveted conference held in University of Alberta, Canada. Her main research areas of interest are multiculturalism, attitude formation, immigrants, diaspora and xenophobia. She has published internationally. She now aspires to take her literary interest forward in Social Psychology.
|MS||Educational Psychology||International Islamic University of Malaysia||2016|
|Research Associate||University of Central Punjab||Mar 2012 – Aug 2013|
|Editorial Assistant||International Islamic University of Malaysia||Oct 2013 – May 2016|
|Lecturer||University of Central Punjab||Sep 2016 onwards|
|1||Exploring challenges faced by novice research students in academia published in conference abstract book of International Symposium on Education & Psychology in Osaka, Japan, 2018|
|2||Academic challenges of Turkish international students in Pakistan published in International Journal of Teaching, Education & Learning, 2019.|