UTS College Program in Bangladesh Highlighted in High-Level Diplomatic Meeting


In a significant diplomatic event in Dhaka, the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) College program in Bangladesh was prominently highlighted. The press conference coincided with the visit of the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Penny Wong, and included detailed discussions with the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh, Dr. Hasan Mahmud.

On May 21st, at the State Guest House Padma, the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh, Dr. Hasan Mahmud, had a courtesy meeting with the visiting Australian Foreign Minister, Penny Wong. This meeting underscored the strong bilateral relations between Australia and Bangladesh, with a focus on educational collaboration.

Foreign Minister Dr. Hasan Mahmud emphasized the importance of the UTS College program in fostering educational ties and providing world-class educational opportunities for Bangladeshi students. He highlighted that such initiatives not only enhance academic standards but also strengthen the cultural and intellectual exchange between the two nations. “The UTS College program in Bangladesh represents a significant step forward in our educational development, offering our students access to international standards and expertise,” he remarked.

The UTS College program in Bangladesh partnership with Premier University in Chittagong, offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate courses designed to equip students with skills and knowledge. With a strong emphasis on innovation, practical experience, and academic excellence, the program has quickly become a cornerstone.

The event concluded with a shared vision of continued partnership and development in the educational sector, benefiting students and academics from both countries. There was a clear consensus that the UTS College program partnership with Premier University in Chittagong, Bangladesh, will continue to play a pivotal role in the educational and cultural ties between Australia and Bangladesh.

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