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To improve this situation, IUBAT University established a Computer Education and Training Center (CETC) in 1991. The CETC is geared towards developing a healthy computer culture and promote information technology.
The above perspective led to the establishment of a Center for Policy Research (CPR) with active support and involvement of the Simon Fraser University (SFU), Vancouver, Canada.
To provide effective coordination among the following specialized centers, the Consultancy Training Research and Publication Division (CTRPD)has been established in January 2014.
The university established a Counseling and Guidance Centre under a qualified psychologist to provide counseling and guidance services to IUBAT students and personnel.
Centre for Technology Research Training and Consultancy (CTRTC) was formed in the beginning of 1997. The present position and strength of the Centre are such that it is able to deliver consultancy services for almost any project of any magnitude.
As an institution committed to quality professional education of international standard, IUBAT University emphasizes English as the medium of communication as well as of education.
the Centre for Global Environmental Culture (CGEC) was established in 1999 for influencing local, national, regional and international decisions.
The Health and Population Center (HPC) is an unit specifically created for developing manpower and the generation of knowledge in the area of health and population sectors.
Disaster Management at present is a crying need of South Asia. Devastating floods, tidal bores, cyclones, earthquakes, epidemics, civil strife and the like events have become a part of life of the people living in this region.
Gap Year Opportunity
IUBAT is now providing the unique opportunity of teaching English as a second language to Bangladeshi students. With this course you will not only teach English, but have the chance to interact with the local culture and experience things that you would have never dreamt of.
Teach in Bangladesh
Ever wondered what it would be like to teach in a Third World, developing country?
Have you ever mulled over the idea of a working vacation where you can give of yourself and your expertise to those who could really benefit from it?
Are you an altruist interested in lending a helping hand so that others might achieve a decent standard of education and a promise of a better standard of living for themselves and others?
WWOOF Bangladesh is a totally new initiative with its seeds going back to 2008 with the visit of John Vanden Heuvel from WWOOF Canada to the IUBAT—International University of Business Agriculture and Technology in Dhaka. In February 2010, the seed is ripe for germination. Dr Mohammed Ataur Rahman is very knowledgeable about the organic farming scene in Bangladesh and will be the main contact with the full support of Professor Dr M Alimullah Miyan, Founder and Vice Chancellor of IUBAT University. The WWOOF Bangladesh headquarters will be established here. John Vanden Heuvel (from WWOOF Canada) is the guiding person to bring WWOOF Bangladesh into its reality.