A two-day long (12-13 March, 2021) international education fair titled “Premier Bank 6th FACD-CAB, International Education EXPO 2021” ended in InterContinental Dhaka, today. The Foreign Admission and Career Development Consultants Association of Bangladesh (FACD-CAB) organized the expo to promote higher education in abroad. Hon'ble Foreign Minister, Dr. A. K. Abdul Momen, M.P. inaugurated the ceremony. Additional Managing Director Golam Awlia, The Premier Bank Limited was present at the inaugural ceremony as special guest.
Mohammad Shamim Murshed, SEVP and Head of Retail Banking, The Premier Bank Limited; Kazi Faridul Haque Happy, President, FACD CAB and many more were present in the inaugural ceremony.
In the fair, students and jobseekers of the country got opportunity to talk personally and directly with the university representatives about admission, on-spot scholarship and admission assessment and discounts on service charges before or after admission and visa application.
Premier Bank Student File Service is one of the unique retail banking services of the bank to provide customized banking solutions for the students going abroad for higher education. Premier Bank is sponsoring the expo for providing opportunities to the students so that they can enhance their knowledge through conversations with agents of some of the renowned universities.
Mr. M. Reazul Karim, FCMA, Managing Director and CEO of The Premier Bank Limited, the title sponsor of The 6th FACD-CAB International Education Expo-2021 stated that students are developing their careers by travelling abroad for higher studies and that Premier Bank is one of the renowned banks in the country who, among many other services, are able to send tuition fees swiftly and securely through a one-stop service.
A total of 46 foreign admission and career development consultants of Bangladesh participated at the event, where representatives of 300 universities of around 30 countries including Australia, USA, UK, Canada, China, Malaysia, Philippines, Nepal and Latvia attended.