Next Steps for New Students

Class Start Date for Spring 2021

  • UndergraduateMonday, 22 February 2021
  • GraduateFriday, 19 February 2021

The Spring 2021 Academic Calendar is now online. Please click here to access it.

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Contact Offices

Office of the Registrar
University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh
Permanent Campus
Mohammadpur, Dhaka
Room Number – D106
PABX – 113, 114, 115
Mobile: +8801730328697
Email: [email protected]

Mobile: 01730-082197, 01713-091936, 01714-161613.
Email: [email protected]

Contact Numbers: 01709-933070

Email: [email protected]

Email: [email protected]

Contact Number: +8801787675622

Permanent Campus

Permanent Campus D Building Ground Floor
Ext. 122
IT Division
Dhaka, Bangladesh

Permanent Campus B Building Ground Floor
Ext. 121
IT Division
Dhaka, Bangladesh

Dhanmondi Campus

Dhanmondi Campus 2nd Floor
Ext. 301
IT Division
University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh
House 56, Road 4A, Satmasjid Road
Dhanmondi, Dhaka-1209

One of the Alumni of ETE, ULAB, awarded prestigious fully-funded “British Council Women in STEM Scholarship”

One of our notable alumni, Raisa Tahseen Hasanat, who completed her B.Sc. in ETE from ULAB, has received a fully-funded “British Council Women in STEM Scholarship.” Currently, she is doing M.Sc. in “Electrical Power and Energy Systems” at Teesside University, UK.

Department of EEE, ULAB would like to congratulate her and wish her all the success in future endeavors.

COVID-19 Vaccination Registration without NID

Dear Students,

We are happy to inform you that the government has decided to vaccinate the university students who do not have the National Identification (NID) card. The students can now register for COVID vaccine by using the Birth Certificate number.

University Grants Commission (UGC) has opened a web link ( to facilitate the COVID-19 vaccination of all university students.

You are hereby encouraged to avail this opportunity and register immediately. Please follow the instructions below for the registration:

  1. Click the link
  2. If you have taken any dose click YES and provide the information to UGC.

     If you have not taken any dose click NO.

  1. If you have NID then click YES or visit register yourself.

     If you don’t have NID then click NO.

  1. If you have a Birth Certificate, click YES.
  2. You will need to open an account to register. So click REGISTER HERE.
  3. Please use your ULAB email address to open the account and then provide the necessary information.

If you do not have your Birth Certificate, discuss with the parents and collect one quickly.

ULAB has already established a COVID HELP DESK including members of SAO and IT to assist you. If you need any assistance, do not hesitate to email [email protected]   OR CALL 01709632454, 01755532545, 01834259930 (from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm).

The vaccines will protect both you and the people who surround you.

Your cooperation will help us reopen our campus and return to the physical classrooms.


Lt Col Md. Foyzul Islam (Retd)

Covid Vaccination Status of Students

Dear Students

You will be happy to know that the Government has decided to reopen the universities any day after 27 September 2021 subject to the satisfactory COVID vaccination status of the students. We are also trying to comply with the decision of the Government by vaccinating all of our students. As such, we are to assess the status of vaccination of our students with a view to finalizing the reopening schedule/date.

Thus, you are requested to provide some pertinent information on the COVID vaccination by filling out a Google Form by clicking the following link:

You must submit your form by 11:59 pm on 23 September 2021 (Thursday)

Please treat the matter as IMPORTANT & URGENT.

Your cooperation in this regard will be highly appreciated.


Lt Col Md. Foyzul Islam (Retd)

Beauty Secrets and Translanguaging Pedagogies: A Research Story

The Center for Language Studies (CLS), University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh organized an online webinar titled “Beauty secrets and translanguaging pedagogies: A research story” on 26 August, 2021. This webinar was conducted by Abu Saleh Mohammad Rafi, a sessional academic, teacher-educator and doctoral research candidate in Linguistics at James Cook University, Australia. It focused on the findings and experiences from his forthcoming publication titled “Translanguaging as a transformative act in a reading classroom: Perspectives from a Bangladeshi private university”. He described how translanguaging pedagogies enabled a group of Bangladeshi students to examine the colonial construction of beauty standards in their society and transformed their knowledge and subjectivities about such standards into a more inclusive concept. The session compared translanguaging pedagogies with the existing English medium instruction to assist the participants to make an informed judgment about languaging practices in their classroom environment. Audience of this webinar involved teachers and researchers from different parts of the world. Dr. Obaidul Hamid, University of Queensland, Australia participated in the question-answer session and shed light on the negative impact of EMI and the importance of theoretical foundation and empirical evidence that show the positive impact of translanguaging on learners. On the other hand, Dr. Shaila Sultana, Advisor, CLS, reflected on the importance of challenging the biases of monolingual speakers for successfully immersing translanguaging pedagogy in higher education. The session ended with the concluding remarks of CLS coordinator Ms. Razia Sultana who identified translanguging as a powerful tool for EFL/ESL classroom. A recording of this webinar is available on the Facebook page of the Center for Language Studies.

Online Pre-Registration for the Fall 2021

If you do not get your desired course(s), please email the following by 7 September 2021:

Program Responsible Officer Email Phone
BBA Mr. S.M Maruf Bin Islam

Ms. Sazia Afrin

Mr.  Al Imran

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]




ENG Ms. Leya Nipa Biswas

Ms. Marium Masoom

[email protected]

[email protected]



MSJ Ms. Fargin Farhana

Ms. Tarin Reza

[email protected]

[email protected]



CSE Ms. Moriyom Akter

Ms. Nasrin Saroar

[email protected]

[email protected]



ETE, EEE Ms. Mohsina Sraboni [email protected] 01405310787



Stay well, stay safe.

University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB)

Workshop on How to Create a Professional Website Report

IEEE ULAB SB WIE Affinity Group organized a 2 days workshop titled “How to Create a Professional Website” on August 28, 2021 and August 29, 2021 via online platform.

In this era of industry 4.0 every job in local and international marketplace are hiring those employees who have a great working portfolio and wonderful career achievements. In this trend of IT corporate world, every job applicants must need their professional websites to show their portfolio, achievements and professionalism towards their interviewers.

Total 22 students joined on the first day of this workshop and on the second day 18 students joined. Students from EEE, ETE, CSE, BBA, DEH and MSJ Department and students from other Universities such as North South University, University of Asia Pacific, University of Chittagong and Comilla University joined in this workshop as well. The resource person was Mr. Shakil Shareef, Student,


Department of CSE, ULAB. He is working as a Full Stack Developer at APVenture Pte Ltd, Singapore. He discussed about how web works, HTML, CSS and CSS Frameworks (Bootstrap, Tailwind CSS) in the first day of workshop. In the second day he gave an overview on JavaScript, JavaScript Frameworks, React Framework and also demonstrated process for building a professional website. The participants interacted with the resource person and got their doubts clarified in the question answer session.

Dr. Tama Fouzder, Assistant Professor, Department of EEE, ULAB and Advisor of IEEE ULAB SB WIE Affinity Group encouraged students to participate in this event.