DAAD visited University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh on 15 December

DAAD and International Affairs of University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh organised an information session on study in Germany on Thursday, 15 December 2022 at the permanent campus of the university.

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Mahmudul Hasan Suman, DAAD Regional Officer- Bangladesh, guided the students of ULAB regarding study, research and scholarship opportunities in Germany. Students had numerous questions about the opportunities of higher education in Germany which were dealt with in the session.

Professor Jude Genilo, Dean of the School of Social Science & Head of Media Studies and Journalism Department attended the event. Jennifer Hossain, Director of International Affairs of ULAB, gave the concluding remarks.

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Contact

  • Information Point Dhaka

    Goethe-Institut Bangladesh, House No. 16, Sukrabad, Panthapath 1207 Dhaka Telephone: +880 1886025586