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University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB)

University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB)

House 56, Road 4/A, Satmosjid Road, Dhanmondi, Dhaka-1209. Dhaka

Establish Year: 2003

Number of Students

Male Students: 1528

Female Students: 719

Total Students: 2247
Hall/Hostel/Dormitory Facility

Male Hostel Facility: 0

Female Hostel Facility: 0
Number of Teachers

Full Time Teachers: 54

Part Time Teachers: 49

Total Teachers: 103

* This University has 25 PhD Holder Teachers.
Permanent Address : N/A
Main Campus Address : House#56, Road#4/A, Satmosjid Road, Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka-1209
In-Campus Address : 2nd Campus: House-719/A,Satmosjid Road, Dhanmondi,Dhaka- 1209
Out-Campus Address : N/A
Phone : 88-02-9661255, 9661301,9675919,8626906
Fax : 88-02-9670931
Email : info@ulab.edu.bd
Website : www.ulab.edu.bd
VC's Name : Professor Rafiquel Islam
VC's Address : House#56, Road#4/A, Dhanmonddi R/A, Dhaka-1209
VC's Email : rafiqul.islam@ulab.edu.bd
Registrar's Name : Khaled Mahmud Khan
Registrar's Address : House#56, Road#4/A, Dhanmonddi R/A, Dhaka-1209
Registrar's Email : khaled.khan@ulab.edu.bd
Treasurer’s Name : Mr. Kazi Nabil Ahmed
Treasurer’s Address : Mr. Kazi Nabil Ahmed
Faculties : Business

Science & Technology

Admission Circular
Currently no admission circular available for University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB).
Bachelor Programs
UGC approved and currently offered 5 Subjects
Masters Programs
UGC approved and currently offered 2 Subjects
UGC approved but currently not offered 1 Subjects
The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh and its curricula are accredited by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh, and approved by the Ministry of Education, Government of People's Republic of Bangladesh.

ULAB's founder, Kazi Shahid Ahmed, believes in creating works that benefit the people of Bangladesh and are of service to the country. In this spirit, he created a place of learning where well-rounded students would be fully steeped in the values of their own heritage, yet trained to face the modern global workplace.

The sponsors planned for many years, and the idea of the University was initiated at a public colloquium, in February of 2002, attended by leading academics, cultural figures, and entrepreneurs.
Permission for the opening of ULAB was received from the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh in November of 2003.
ULAB was formally launched at a ceremony on October 1, 2004. For its first two years the university operated from its original campus in Mohakhali, Dhaka.
The new, purpose-built campus in the heart of Dhanmondi was opened in the Fall of 2006. This brand-new, fully dedicated building has all modern facilities, laboratories and libraries available for its students.
In the Summer of 2008, ULAB opened its second campus, also in Dhanmondi.
Through its first-ever Convocation on July 20, 2010, ULAB established itself as a recognized quality educational institution, with a long-term vision to the future.
His Excellency Md. Zillur Rahman, the Hon'able President of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, and Chancellor of the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, kindly consented to preside over the Convocation Ceremony and confer the degrees.

The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh is an institution devoted to developing young minds to their fullest potential through the free and creative pursuit of knowledge. Alongside such intellectual growth, we are also firmly committed to helping the young men and women in our charge to become responsible and caring citizens of their nations, and indeed of the world. We promise to fulfill these aims by adopting an array of traditional and innovative academic and extra-curricular programs, and by bringing to our students the best that has been thought and accomplished in the arts and sciences throughout the world.

We hope to instill in our students a high capacity for analytical thought, lucid expression and a lifelong love of learning. Our graduates will be technologically sophisticated and globally aware people. They will be set free to explore, to create, to challenge. Imbued deeply with the principles of freedom, creativity, and service, they will become leaders of society, and capable of meeting all challenges of the new century.
Core Values

The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh as an institution practices three core values:

1. Liberal Arts

2. Active Learning

3. Sustainable Development
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