Student Support Services

Student Support Services

Alumni: Being a young university, ULAB has a small but growing group of alumni. To serve their needs, an alumni association is in the process of being set up.

Career Services: ULAB has a dedicated ULAB Career Services Center (UCSC), which provides students soft skills needed for the job market. The Center offers specialized courses and trainings on Career Planning, Leadership, Motivation etc., and assists in internship placement. The Center also offers trainings and resources for students to develop appropriate skills and strategies that lead to successful careers, and the means for employers to access qualified, well-prepared candidates to meet their specific skill sets requirements.

Faculty Advising: ULAB has a Faculty Advising system, whereby each student is assigned a faculty adviser who meets the student twice a term. This adviser guides the student through the curriculum, and helps them choose courses.

Internships: Both the Business Administration and Media Studies and Journalism Departments require internships for its students. An Internship Adviser assists in securing the internships and monitoring and evaluating the students throughout the process.

Language Club: The ULAB Language Club ensures students can practice their knowledge in English outside the classroom environment.

Online Registration: ULAB provides online course registration, class routine, billing, and grade results via the ULAB Resource Management System (URMS).

Proctors: ULAB has a Proctor’s Office and Sexual Harassment Committee which monitor and handle violations to ULAB’s Code of Conduct. Student disputes can be resolved in a systematic way via the Proctorship.

Orientation: The first week of each term, a general orientation and departmental-specific orientations are held to familiarize the students on the values, rules, regulations, and facilities of the university and introduce them to the faculties and senior students.

Student Affairs Office: through advising, counseling, seminars, facilities, and external resources, ULAB’s Student Affairs Office is committed to

  • helping students achieve their academic goals;
  • promoting leadership and social responsibility;
  • ensuring fair representation in dealings within the university; and
  • encouraging the physical and emotional well-being of students.

The Universityof 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.