Bangladeshi students can explore the ample opportunities to study abroad as many universities offer world-class degrees. But most the students cannot avail the scope due to lack of enough information. They can be successful if they apply following proper guidance.
The observation was made at a discussion held at The Daily Star Center in the city on Friday. The programme also comprised a Question-Answer session. Journalists from both print and online media attended the programme.
Lee Wildman, head of International Student Recruitment Department of Queen Mary University of London, and Emma Winter, manager of South Asia's International Relations Division of the University of Nottingham, were present there as the keynote speakers.
They answered the queries and discussed the scope for Bangladeshi students.
Currently, 90 students of Bangladesh are studying at the University of Queen Mary while 40 at Nottingham University. The number of Bangladeshi alumni students is also more than a thousand, said the forign university representatives.
MACES, a Bangladeshi educational consultancy working with 180 universities across the world, arranged the programme.
Rouham Manzoor, Managing Partner of the organisation, moderated the programme. In his speech, Rouham Manzoor said since 2007, MACES helped more than 3,000 students to study at more than 50 universities in six countries.
Among others, Tina Salem Manzoor, Founding Partner of MACES, and officials were also present on the occasion.
The programme was followed by a dinner.
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