Testimonials

Testimonials

What does it mean to study Media Studies and Journalism at ULAB? The student environment is extraordinary. No matter what your passion is, the wide range of extra-curricular activities was there. ULAB offers teamwork. This allowed me to learn and exchange ideas in different fields. And of course my professors! They equipped me with the […]

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- Elizabeth D’Costa (Media Studies & Journalism)


“ULAB holds a very special place in my heart. My advisor and teachers were always there to guide me and encourage me. ULAB gave me the freedom and courage to explore my potential and to engage myself under different local and international platforms: even representing Bangladesh in places like Brussels and Malaysia. Through the MSJ […]

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- Sadia Doha (Media Studies & Journalism)


ULAB’s School of Business BBA program was challenging, interesting and rewarding. The knowledge and skills I gathered never let me down, and the wider range of Liberal Arts courses gave me understanding beyond my major subject. The flexibility of the program helped me complete my BBA program without wasting any time. The campus is organized […]

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- Meshkat Mahbub Trisha (BBA)


“At the age of 44, I found that the world was changing fast around me, due to innovative new ideas and technologies. In order to keep up-to-date in my career, I sought out a post-graduate course in Business Administration. ULAB’s modern campus attracted me at first, as did their low cost. Once in the program, […]

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- Md. Aminur Rahman (MBA)


“When I first began at ULAB, I had no idea that it would take me on such a fulfilling journey. Before this, I did not possess any viable skills, but the English and Humanities department challenged me to take on tough responsibilities, like organizing events and even becoming the Editor of the newsletter The Golden […]

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- Wafiur Rahman (English & Humanities)


“I found that ULAB was one step ahead. Not only the teachers from my department (Computer Science & Engineering) but also from the other departments were very helpful. They worked to make the classes interesting and interactive as well. Moreover, their doors were always open for the students’ welfare. “The library of ULAB had been […]

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- Sifat E Shehrin Arin (Computer Science and Engineering)


“ULAB CSE was a golden period of my life. I had the opportunity to meet great faculty members, use state-of-the-art lab facilities, enjoy excellent educational resources and also participate in diverse co-curricular activities. The well-structured GED courses and the chances to take minor or optional courses from other departments truly reflect the notion that ULAB […]

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- Khaled Saifullah (Computer Science & Engineering)


Nowadays as I am working in a multicultural environment – where I need to make critical decisions, manage people with different mindsets, achieve goals within the allocated time and resources, and plan for the future – I often ask myself what was the triggering agent that drives and guides me to be a “professional” of […]

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- Rezwan Akhter (Computer Science & Engineering)


“ULAB is one the leading private universities of Bangladesh. It has an international standard curriculum for both electronics and telecommunication, with highly qualified faculty members. It has well-equipped laboratories and allows students to engage in dynamic research activities. The ETE department organizes weekly seminars and workshops on recent engineering and technology-related research topics. It also […]

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- Mohammad Abdullah Al-Mamun (Electronics & Telcomm Engineering)


“During my student days at ULAB, I received more than I have ever given to ULAB. The teachers were always friendly and helpful. Events organized by both ULAB ETE and Electronics Club were something that immensely helped me reach where I am now. Classes were multifaceted not only for the way of teachers’ teaching method, […]

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- Mohammad Modasshir (Electronics & Telecom Engineering)


“After completing my BA, I searched for a Master’s degree in the media that would expand my vision. The best one was ULAB’s MSS degree,* which fit into the global environment of education where a student can judge his skills and knowledge according to international standards. The program developed in me a range of critical […]

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- Farid Ahmad (Masters in Media Studies)


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