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  • University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh
    House 56, Road 4/A
    Dhanmondi, Dhaka-1209
  • Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics and ELT, 2016 (examination held in 2017)
    Department of English, University of Dhaka

    Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English, 2015 (examination held in 2016)
    Department of English, University of Dhaka

Areas of Interest
Second Language Acquisition (SLA), Teacher Education, Technology Integrated Language Teaching.

Fariha-Tuz-Zahra Chowdhury



Ms. Fariha-Tuz-Zahra Chowdhury pursued B.A (Honours) in English and M.A in Applied Linguistics and ELT at the University of Dhaka, Department of English. After completing M.A, she started teaching English Language to tertiary level students since 2017. Prior to joining ULAB, she has worked both in public and private universities. Ms. Fariha has taught English Language and Literature courses in English Departments of Jashore University of Science and Technology, State University of Bangladesh and Daffodil International University. She had been affiliated with Alliance Française De Dhaka for French Language Learning. Ms. Fariha attended “Training of Trainers on Pedagogy (English)-2017”, by BRAC Education Program. She has visited the Peoples Republic of China as a Youth Delegate, under the program “Bangladesh Youth Delegation to China -2015”.

Ms.Fariha aims to guide her students to become rational human beings by engaging them in critical thinking. Her lessons are designed with focuses on students’ improvement of English language skill in academic, professional and real-life contexts.

Research & Awards

Training /Courses/ International Delegation :

  • Attended the training program titled “Training of Trainers on Pedagogy (English)”-2017, arranged by BRAC Education Program, Bangladesh.
  • Successfully completed a 32 hour (2 months) course titled “English for IELTS” with the British Council Bangladesh at the level of upper-intermediate.
  • Visited Peoples Republic of China as a Youth Delegate under the program of ''Bangladesh Youth Delegation to China -2015''. The team comprised 100 members including students from universities, colleges, young entrepreneurs and government officials of Bangladesh. Participants were selected by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs- Bangladesh, after a formal interview session. The program was jointly collaborated by the governments of Bangladesh and China.



Published a write-up in students' column- 'Students like us’ in ''Endeavour- An Introductory Language Course Book'' (Revised edition, 2014). pp 01.Published by: Department of English, University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh

Journal Articles

“Graduate Students’ Perceptions- How Oral Presentation Skill Can Develop Confidence in Spoken English”. The Warwick ELT – A Journal By Hornby Scholars, UK, ISSN: 2515-3668, Issue-1, Volume-2. 2017-2018. pp. 108-125. (Single author)

“Attitude and Motivation for Learning English and their Impact on Performance: A Study on Engineering Students of Jashore University of Science and Technology”. International Journal of English Literature and Social Sciences (IJELS), ISSN: 2456-7620, Issue-5, Vol-3, September - October 2018. 

Program Affiliations

Courses Taught

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.