Schools

Schools of Arts and Humanities

It’s my pleasure to extend to you a very warm welcome to the School of Arts and Humanities at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh. ULAB is the leading private university that upholds liberal arts as its ethos. The Department of English and Humanities within the purview of this School offers courses in language, literature, applied linguistics, cultural studies. I hope you enjoy exploring the Faculty’s webpages and find them informative, helping you to choose the degree which is right for you. For more information please don’t hesitate to contact me at [email protected] or the admission office.

Prof. Shamsad Mortuza, PhD
Acting Vice Chancellor & Dean, School of Arts and Humanities
Schools of Arts and Humanities
ULAB School of Business

ULAB School of Business

“Welcome to the ULAB School of Business (USB). We believe that USB’s approach to business education is unique. We’re looking forward to sharing with you those aspects of what we do that make us special; those distinguishing features that set us apart from other university business programs in Bangladesh and, indeed, in the world. We invite you to share with us your special interests and aspirations, so that we can help you achieve them.”

Professor Imran Rahman
Dean, ULAB School of Business

ULAB School of Science and Engineering

“Welcome to the School of Science and Engineering. Our programs are integrated into the wider liberal arts curriculum of the university, which is a broad-based education that we believe will make better thinkers, as well as better scientists. We wish to produce competent professionals, who will possess excellent skills to develop and implement their knowledge in their respective fields; and who will graduate with the proficiency to complete successfully anywhere in the world.”

Prof. M. Mofazzal Hossain, PhD
Dean, ULAB School of Science and Engineering
ULAB School of Science and Engineering
School of Social Science

School of Social Science

“Bangladesh is a country with a promising future. With the declaration of ‘Digital Bangladesh,’ the country has realized that its future depends on how well it transforms itself into a knowledge-driven economy. In this situation, it is experiencing a boom in its media and telecommunication sectors and is fast becoming digital.With the economic upswing, business competition has become more intense and several companies have realized the importance of public relations. Communication is one of the key factors to achieve success. The future is virtual and mediated; the future is in media and communication. ULAB’s School of Social Science supplies the top manpower needed for this virtual and mediated world. Invariably, it would enable Bangladesh to embrace the future.”

Prof. Jude William R. Genilo
Dean, School of Social Science