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Unveiling Key Benefits of Studying in Top Universities in Bangladesh

by Tfe Times Top Technologies News USA
Well, like any other education hub in the world, Bangladesh has also evolved into one of the most sought-after destinations for students intending to pursue their higher education. All the top universities in Bangladesh have been ranked among the top universities in the world. In this article, I’ll walk you through some of the prominent benefits of choosing Bangladesh as the country for attending higher education programs. So, let’s get started!

1. Availability of highly educated and trained faculty

Ever since its independence from Pakistan, Bangladesh has evolved into a significant state with its unique and rich culture and heritage. The country has an excellent population of highly skilled and professional teachers who’re capable of rendering the right education to students studying in different colleges and universities. Higher education is also termed as tertiary level education in Bangladesh and comprises of all the important dynamics of the post-graduate education programs.

2. Availability of five different types of higher education

The basic structure of Higher Education in Bangladesh is quite different from the one applicable in different countries. Bangladesh offers five different types of higher education including General Education, Science and Technology and Engineering Education, Agricultural Education, Medical Education and Distance Education. Additionally, the education sector of the country also comprises Madrasha education as well as Vocational education. In order to pursue higher education in Bangladesh, you need to get enrolled in a pass-course for three years duration or the honours course with a duration of four years. Both these courses would allow you to attain a bachelor’s degree from a reputed university/college in Bangladesh. After this, there is a two year Master’s course which is applicable to the pass graduates. Finally, there is a Master’s course for all honours graduates. This is a one-year course.

3. An impressive studio teacher ratio

It goes without saying that a commendable student teacher ratio makes a university or college stand out from a crowd. This ratio is quite impressive for all the best universities in Bangladesh. It is important to note that just 1 million plus students have enrolled in different universities and colleges of the country. The Bangladesh Open University (BOU) has a total of 437,500 students enrolled in different graduate and post-graduate courses. Barring the teachers who are absent from the college due to personal reasons, the public universities in Bangladesh has an average student/teacher ratio of 1:18, which is quite good.

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