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  • PhD, Strategic Issues in Internationalisation and Competitiveness, University of Wales, Cardiff, UK

    MS, Innovation and International Marketing, University of Kalmar (Linnaeus University), Sweden

    MBA (marketing), Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka

Areas of Interest
International Marketing, Strategic Management, Marketing Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Dr. Mohammad Sakhawat H Bhuiyan

Assistant Professor


Since 2004, he has been engaged in teaching. Teaching is a passion of him and he never regret his selection of an academic career instead of a more lucrative corporate career. The enthusiasm of his former and existing students is his never ending source of inspiration and motivation. In Bangladesh he has worked at the State University of Bangladesh as a Senior Lecturer. In the UK, as a PhD fellow, he worked as a part-time faculty member in various colleges and taught both undergraduate and graduate courses. He also worked as an external marker for the University of Wales, the University of Gloucestershire and Guildhall College, London. In addition, he is closely involved in academic research. He now write for newspapers and have had a number of articles published in The Daily Financial Express, The Daily Star and The Daily Independent.

Research & Awards

Competitiveness study of leading Chinese MNCs in comparison to their European counterparts in their home market.
Competitiveness study of Chinese Telecommunication Equipment Supplying Companies Compared With Their European Competitors in their Bangladeshi market.
Performance and Progress of Bangladeshi Pharmaceuticals firms in their ventures in internationalisation.


Journal Articles

Bhuiyan, M. (2011). Tacit Sources Of Competitive Advantages Of The Leading Chinese Companies Extracted From The Longitudinal Analysis Of Chinese Internationalisation. Elsevier Procedia Social and Behavioral Science, 24(2011) Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=MiamiImageURL&_cid=

Pervez, K. & Bhuiyan, M. (2008). Adapting Cost of Quality system in Medium-sized garment Manufacturers of Bangladesh. Journal of Business and Technology, Institute of Science and Technology (Affiliated with National University, Bangladesh), 1(1).

Bhuiyan, M. (2006). Coping the challenges of globalization by agro concerns of Bangladesh. IBS Business Review, Institute of Business Studies, Darul Ehsan University, Bangladesh, 1(2).Bhuiyan, M. (2006). Coping the challenges of globalization by agro concerns of Bangladesh. IBS Business Review, Inst

Bhuiyan, M. (2016. June 26). Easing traffic jams, The Daily Independent. Retrieved from http://www.theindependentbd.com/printversion/details/49117

Bhuiyan, M. (2013. March 02). Low Carbon Approach: Ensuring environment friendly economic growth, The Daily Star. Retrieved from http://archive.thedailystar.net/newDesign/print_news.php?nid=271005

Bhuiyan, M. (2012. October 20). The dilemma between economic growth and environmental growth. The Daily Star. Retrieved from http://www.thedailystar.net/news-detail-254494

Bhuiyan, M. (2005. March 12). Missing links of managerial leadership, The Financial Express.

Bhuiyan, M. (2005. March 20). R&D – an overlooked necessity, The Financial Express.

Bhuiyan, M. (2004. August 21).  2004. Great prospects of agro-based industry, The Financial Express

Bhuiyan, M. (2004. October). Quota phase-out: Hopes and fears of RMG sector in post-MFA period, Economic Observer.

Bhuiyan, M. (2003. December 29). School children need better health care, The Financial Express.


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.

emk Since March, 2018, the University of ​Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) is associated with the EMK Center as its management partner along with the American Center of U.S. Embassy Dhaka.