Faculty Profile

  • MBA (Institute of Business Administration, Dhaka University)

    BSc. (Military Institute of Science and Technology)

Areas of Interest
Supply Chain Finance, Project Management, Information System

Sultana Sabina Chowdhury



Sultana Sabina Chowdhury started her career as Business Analyst in IPDC Finance Limited. She has hands on experience of project management in implementation of human resource information system, digital supply chain finance platform, consumer white good financing platform and Temenos T24 core banking system. Simultaneously she worked as adjunct faculty in University of Asia Pacific.
She graduated from MIST in Electrical Electronics and Communication Engineering where she placed in Dean’s List for academic excellence. Later on, she completed MBA from Institute of Business Administration, Dhaka University where she placed in Director’s Merit List for her exceptional academic record.

Research & Awards


  • Placed in IBA Director’s Merit List for exceptional academic record in 2018.
  • Received MIST Dean Certificate for academic excellence from Electrical Electronics and Communication department of MIST in 2013.



  • Certificate of Prince2 Foundation, July 2019.
  • Certificate in IT Security Management, Financial Excellence Limited, December 2017.


Journal Articles

Khan, A., & Chowdhury, S. (2018). Relationship Between Capital Structure and Financial Performance: Evidence from the Pharmaceuticals Industry of Bangladesh. Journal of Business Administration, 38(1&2), 93-102.

Conference Proceedings

Chowdhury, S., & Haidear, M. (2019). Risks-Benefits Perception of Digital Supply Chain Finance Platform in the Context of Bangladesh. 4th International Conference on Globalization, Entrepreneurship and Emerging Economies (ICGEEE 2019). Dhaka.

Chowdhury, S., & Haidear, M. (2019). A Review of Human Resource Information System Implementation Approach in the Corporate Sector of Bangladesh. 2nd International Conference on Business and Management (ICBM 2019). BRAC University. Dhaka.

Creative Works

Lecturer (October 2019 – Present), School of Business,

University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB), Dhaka, Bangladesh

  • Lecture planning, preparation and research.

  • Preparing course material, assignments and exam questions.

  • Assessing students’ work and providing one-on-one feedback on academic performance where necessary.

  • Attending departmental and faculty meetings with other staff members.

  • Engaging in administrative responsibilities as assigned by the university.

  • Advising and counseling students to ensure academic excellence.

Business Analyst (September 2017- September 2019), IPDC Finance Limited, 106 Gulshan Avenue, Dhaka, Bangladesh

  • Coordinating implementation of Temenos T24 Core Banking System as a core team member.
  • Conducting system testing for Digital Supply Chain Financing platform powered by Blockchain.
  • Supervising implementation of Consumer White Good Financing.
  • Ensuring smooth operation of Human Resource Information System.
    Ensuring seamless data migration and data security.
  • Analyzing requirements for system implementation.
  • Assessing security risk for implementing new application software.
  • Drafting IT policies for internal organizational processes.

Adjunct Faculty (October 2018- February 2019), Business Administration Department, University of Asia Pacific, Dhaka, Bangladesh

  • Undertaking Mathematics in Decision Making course for MBA program, providing course material, delivering class lectures, marking assignments and exam scripts, supervising students’ academic performance.

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.