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Islamic University Bangladesh

Islamic University, Bangladesh is one of the major public research and doctoral granting universities in Bangladesh, and the largest seat of higher education in the southwest of the country. It is the only university in Bangladesh where a specialized major in theology and seven other academic divisions / faculties: engineering and technology, humanities, social sciences, sciences, biological sciences, business administration and law operate in parallel in a multicultural environment. It is funded by the Government of Bangladesh through the University Grants Commission, Bangladesh. On November 22, 1979, the foundation of Islamic University was established in Kushtia, and it is managed under the I. U. Act of 1980. Islamic University began operations on June 28, 1986. It is the seventh oldest university in the country and the first university established in Bangladesh after independence from West Pakistan in 1971.

Vice-Chancellor :
H.E. Prof. Dr. Shaikh Abdus Salam

منظمة العالم اﻹسلامي للتربية و العلوم و الثقافة
اتحاد جامعات العالم الإسلامي