List of universities in Bangladesh

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Universities in Bangladesh are mainly categorized into three different types: public (government owned and subsidized), private (private sector owned universities), and international (operated and funded by international organizations such as the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation). The University of Dhaka, established in 1921, is the oldest university of the country. Bangladeshi universities are affiliated with the University Grants Commission, a commission created according to the Presidential Order (P.O. No 10 of 1973) of the Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh.[1]

Most universities focus on general studies, mixing together such areas of study as business, engineering and technology. Seven universities have specialized curricula. Two of these are focused on Islamic studies, two on agricultural science, one on healthcare science, one on veterinary medicine, and one on women's studies.

Public universities[edit]

Bangladesh has 37 public universities providing education to the bulk of higher studies students. These universities are funded by the government while managed as self-governed organizations.

Dhaka division is home to thirteen public universities, among which eight are in Dhaka City. There are seven public universities in Chittagong division, four in Khulna division, three in Rajshahi division. Each of Mymensingh Division, Rangpur division, Sylhet division and Barisal division has two.

Library building, University of Chittagong
Academic building, Barisal University
War memorial sculpture in Bangladesh Agricultural University
Administrative building of Jagannath University
Portion of new academic building of KUET as seen from the front
Auditorium, Islamic University
Academic Building 1, Khulna University
University Acronym Established[a][b] Location Division Specialization
University of Dhaka[2] DU 1921 Dhaka Dhaka division General
University of Rajshahi[3] RU 1953 Rajshahi Rajshahi division General
Bangladesh Agricultural University[4] BAU 1961 Mymensingh Mymensingh division Agricultural Science
University of Chittagong[5] CU 1966 Chittagong Chittagong division General
Jahangirnagar University[6] JU 1970 Savar Dhaka division General
Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology[7] BUET 1962 Dhaka Dhaka division Engineering
Islamic University, Bangladesh[8] IU 1980 Kushtia Khulna division General
Shahjalal University of Science and Technology[9] SUST 1986 Sylhet Sylhet division Science & Technology
Khulna University[10] KU 1991 Khulna Khulna division General
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University [11] BSMMU 1998 Dhaka Dhaka division Medical
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University[12] BSMRAU 1998 Gazipur Dhaka division Agricultural Science
Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University[13] HSTU 1999 Dinajpur Rangpur division Science & Technology
Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University[14] MBSTU 1999 Tangail Dhaka division Science & Technology
Patuakhali Science and Technology University[15] PSTU 2000 Patuakhali Barisal division Science & Technology
Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University[16] SAU 2001 Dhaka Dhaka division Agricultural Science
Dhaka University of Engineering & Technology[17] DUET 2003 Gazipur Dhaka division Engineering
Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology[18] RUET 2003 Rajshahi Rajshahi division Engineering
Chittagong University of Engineering & Technology[19] CUET 2003 Chittagong Chittagong division Engineering
Khulna University of Engineering & Technology[20] KUET 2003 Khulna Khulna division Engineering
Jagannath University[21] JnU 2005 Dhaka Dhaka division General
Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University[22] JKKNIU 2005 Mymensingh Mymensingh division General
Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University[23] CVASU 2006 Chittagong Chittagong division Veterinary Science
Sylhet Agricultural University[24] SAU 2006 Sylhet Sylhet division Agricultural Science
Comilla University[25] CoU 2006 Comilla Chittagong division General
Noakhali Science and Technology University[26] NSTU 2006 Noakhali Chittagong division Science & Technology
Jessore University of Science & Technology[27] JUST 2008 Jessore Khulna division Science & Technology
Pabna University of Science and Technology[28] PUST 2008 Pabna Rajshahi division Science & Technology
Begum Rokeya University[29] BRU 2008 Rangpur Rangpur division General
Bangladesh University of Professionals[30] BUP 2008 Dhaka Dhaka division General
Bangladesh University of Textiles[31] BUTex 2010 Dhaka Dhaka division Textile Engineering
University of Barisal BU 2011 Barisal Barisal division General
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University BSMRSTU 2011 Gopalganj Dhaka division Science & Technology
Islamic Arabic University IAU 2013 Dhaka Dhaka division Theology
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Maritime University[32] BSMRMU 2014 Chittagong Chittagong division Maritime
Rangamati Science and Technology University [33] RMSTU 2014 Rangamati Chittagong division Science & Technology

Private universities[edit]

Establishment of private universities in Bangladesh was initiated after the institution of the Private University Act 1992.[34] There are 80[35] such universities that are operational in five out of seven divisions of the country. Another 12 universities has been approved by UGC recently but yet to start operation. So total number of approved private university is now 92(as of February, 2016).

Most of the private universities are in Dhaka Division, totaling 51. All of them have their campuses in Dhaka city, concentrated mostly in the Gulshan, Dhanmondi, Panthapath and Uttara regions of the city. Two private universities in Dhaka specialize in science and technology, one specializes in women's studies, and the others are general universities. Six private universities are located in Chittagong Division. All six have their main campuses in Chittagong city. One has its urban campus in Kumira, outside the main city. Five of them are general universities, while one specializes in science and technology. The only private university in Rajshahi Division has its campus in Bogra. In Sylhet Division there are four private universities, all having their main campuses in Sylhet city. There is no private university in Barisal Division and Rangpur Division.

University Acronym Established Location Division Specialization
International Islamic University, Chittagong[36] IIUC 1995 Chittagong Chittagong General
Chittagong Independent University (CIU)[37] CIU 1999 Chittagong Chittagong Division General
University of Science & Technology Chittagong[38] USTC 1992 Chittagong Chittagong Division Science and technology
Begum Gulchemonara Trust University[39] BGCTUB 2002 Chittagong Chittagong Division General
East Delta University[40] EDU 2006 Chittagong Chittagong Division General
Premier University, Chittagong[41] PU 2002 Chittagong Chittagong Division General
Southern University, Bangladesh[42] SUB 2001 Chittagong Chittagong Division General
Port City International University[43] PCIU 2012 Chittagong Chittagong Division General
Coxs Bazar International University[44] CBIU 2013 Cox's Bazar Chittagong Division General
Notre Dame University Bangladesh NDUB 2013 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology[45] AUST 1995 Dhaka Dhaka Division Engineering
American International University-Bangladesh[46] AIUB 1994 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Asian University of Bangladesh[47] AUB 1996 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Asa University Bangladesh[48] ASAUB 2006 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Atish Dipankar University of Science and Technology[49] ADUST 2004 Dhaka Dhaka Division Science and technology
Bangladesh Islami University[50] BIU 2006 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Bangladesh University[51] BU 2001 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Bangladesh University of Business and Technology[52] BUBT 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division Science and technology
BRAC University[53] BRACU 2001 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Central Women's University[54] CWU 1993 Dhaka Dhaka Division Women's studies
City University, Bangladesh[55] CUB 2002 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Daffodil International University[56] DIU 2002 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Darul Ihsan University[57][58] DIU 1992 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Dhaka International University[59] DIntU 1995 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Eastern University, Bangladesh[60] EU 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
East West University[61] EWU 1996 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Gono Bishwabidyalay[62] GB 1996 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Green University of Bangladesh[63] GUB 2002 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
IBAIS University[64] IU 2002 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Independent University, Bangladesh[65] IUB 1993 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Sonargaon University[66] SU 2012 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
International University of Business Agriculture and Technology[67] IUBAT 1991 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Manarat International University[68] MIU 2001 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Millennium University[69] MU 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Northern University, Bangladesh[70] NUB 2002 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
North Western University, Bangladesh NWU 2012 Khulna Khulna Division General
North South University[71] NSU 1992 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
People's University of Bangladesh[72][73] PUB 1996 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Presidency University[74] PU 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division Science & Technology
Pundra University of Science & Technology[75] PUST 2001 Bogra Rajshahi Division Science & Technology
Prime University[76] PU 2002 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
European University of Bangladesh[77] EUB 2012 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Primeasia University[78] PAU 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Queens University QU 1996 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Royal University of Dhaka[79] RUD 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Shanto-Mariam University of Creative Technology[80] SMUCT 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division Creative technology
Southeast University[81] SEU 2002 Dhaka Dhaka and Sylhet Division General
Stamford University Bangladesh[82] SU 2002 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
State University of Bangladesh[83] SUB 2002 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
United International University[84] UIU 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
University of Asia Pacific (Bangladesh)[85] UAP 1996 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
University of Development Alternative[86] UODA 2002 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
University of Information Technology and Sciences[87] UITS 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh[88] ULAB 2004 Dhaka Dhaka Division Media studies and journalism
University of South Asia, Bangladesh[89] USAB 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Uttara University[90] UU 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Victoria University of Bangladesh[91] VUB 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Varendra University[92] VU 2012 Rajshahi Rajshahi Division General
World University of Bangladesh[93] WUB 2003 Dhaka Dhaka Division General
Leading University[94] LU 2002 Sylhet Sylhet and Dhaka Division General
Metropolitan University[95] MU 2003 Sylhet Sylhet Division General
North East University Bangladesh NEUB 2012 Sylhet Sylhet Division General
Sylhet International University[96] SIU 2001 Sylhet Sylhet Division General
Khwaja Yunus Ali University[97] KYAU 2010 Enayetpur, Sirajgonj Rajshahi Division General
Global University Bangladesh[98] GUB 2015 Barisal Barisal Division General
Z H Sikder University of Science & Technology[99] ZHSUST 2015 Shariatpur Dhaka Division Science & Technology

International universities[edit]

There are only two international universities in Bangladesh. They are neither managed nor funded by the government, like public universities, nor established under the Private University Act and managed by a private governing body, like private universities.

International Culture University, established by civil society organization and branded by United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI)[100] and United Nations Global Compact (UNGC),[101] is an internationally accredited-affiliated and an active partner of different international organizations working for internationalization of education and international quality. Islamic University of Technology was established by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and is located in Gazipur, Dhaka division, while another is located in Chittagong division and funded by the Asian University for Women Support Foundation (AUWSF), a United States based non-profit corporation.[102]

Five Fundamentals Gate, Islamic University of Technology
University Acronym Founded Location Specialization
Islamic University of Technology[103] IUT 1981 Gazipur Engineering and technology (male students only)
Asian University for Women[104] AUW 2008 Chittagong (Female students only)

Special universities[edit]

Following are the public universities that operate through a number of colleges all over Bangladesh instead of a localized campus. Both have headquarters in Gazipur.

University Acronym Founded Location Specialization
Bangladesh National University[105] NU 1992 Gazipur General
Bangladesh Open University[106] BOU 1992 Gazipur General

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Year when given university status with degree granting rights, started functioning as independent higher education institute
  2. ^ Many public universities in Bangladesh were not established as university, but since 1990s many prominent colleges and institutes were transformed into universities

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