University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh

University of Liberal Arts BangladeshULAB Founder, Kazi Shahid Ahmed, believes in creating works that benefit the people of Bangladesh and are of service to the country. In this spirit, he created a place of learning where well-rounded students would be fully steeped in the values of their own heritage, yet trained to face the modern global workplace.

The sponsors planned for many years, and the idea of the University was initiated at a public colloquium, in February of 2002, attended by leading academics, cultural figures, and entrepreneurs.

Permission for the opening of the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) was received from the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh in November of 2003.

ULAB was formally launched at a ceremony on October 1, 2004. For its first two years the university operated from its original campus in Mohakhali.

The new, purpose-built campus in the heart of Dhanmondi was opened in the Fall of 2006. This brand-new, fully dedicated building has all modern facilities, laboratories and libraries available for its students.


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