Refugee Law Essay

967 words - 4 pages


The vision is to establish a “world class-nucleating centre of achievement.” UITS offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in liberal arts, law, business and ICT with the aim of meeting the national and international market demands.

The Mission of the university is to achieve the redefined goals of higher education and sustainable economic growth of the country through a tripartite relationship between itself, industries and reputed universities and institutions at home and abroad.


❑ To reinforce the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing;
❑ To develop the skills of students in the use of idiomatic English and the ...view middle of the document...

❑ Applicants having a minimum score of 1100 in SAT / 550 in TOEFL / 213 in CBT / 5.5 band in IELTS are exempted from Admission test.


On the principle of always providing the best, the UITS offers a pool of highly qualified, research oriented teachers made up of core full time faculty members, and experts from top institutions & universities in the region. At present UITS has faculty collaboration with the University of Texas, Dallas, USA, Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Allahabad, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) New Delhi, Asian Institute of Technology Bangkok, Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand, TAFE South Western Sydney Institute, Australia


Scholarship and financial support are awarded to meritorious students.


❑ IT-based teaching in all subjects
❑ Provision of simultaneous registration / credit transfer to other universities
❑ Recognition of previous education and experience
❑ Sandwich program for studies abroad
❑ Internship in blue chip organizations
❑ Assured good jobs and future opportunities for meritorious graduates


❑ Computer laboratory
❑ Communication laboratory
❑ Digital electronic laboratory
❑ Unlimited Internet access
❑ Fast-growing library
❑ IT help desk


|Description |(In Taka) |
|Admission fee |7,500.00 |
|Tuition fee (128 Cr.) |136,500.00 |
|Total |144,000.00 |
|Application form |300.00 |

Code Course Title Cr.

Foundation Courses

ENG 101 The Four Skills of Communication I (English) 4
ENG 102 The Four Skills of Communication II (English) 4
MAT 101 Mathematics I 3
CSE 101 Computer Fundamentals 3
CSE 102 Web Technology 3
STA 101 Introduction to Statistics 3
ECO 101 Introduction to Microeconomics 3
BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
NCH 101 National Culture & Heritage - Bangladesh Studies 3

Second Foreign Language (any one): 3

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