DU EMBA Admission Circular 2017 has been published. Dhaka University under Business Studies Faculty invites application for EMBA admission for 2017 session. Application form available from 05 to 28 February, 2017. Interested individuals will be able to collect application forms from Sonali Bank, DU Campus Branch.
Application submission deadline is 28 February, 2017. Applicants will at first sit for written test. Admission test of EMBA admission will be held on 24th March, 2017 Friday at 10.00 am at IBA, University of Dhaka. Application form fee to be paid by applicants is 2000 Taka. Admission written test result will be declared after test. Applicants who will pass the written will eventually face viva to be finally selected.
Applicants need Bachelor degree from any reputed university with minimum 6 points to apply. Points will be calculated according to the following process:
1st division= 3, 2nd division= 2, 3rd division= 1 And GPA 4= 3, GPA 3= 2 & GPA 2= 1.
EMBA Admission application starts: 05 28 February, 2017
Application deadline: 28 February, 2017
Admission Fee: 2000/-
EMBA Admission Test: 24th March, 2017
EMBA Admission Test Result: Within 2 or 3 days after Test (Unofficial).
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DU EMBA Admission Circular 2017 Result
Dhaka University EMBA program subjects are:
Accounting and Information systems, Finance, International Business, Management Studies, Banking and Insurance, Tourism & Hospitality Management and Management Information system (MIS).
The Faculty of Business Studies has a long history. The Commerce Department was established under the Faculty of Arts of the University of Dhaka in the year 1921. This Department emerged as an independent Faculty in 1970 with only two Departments the Department of Management Studies and the Department of Accounting Information System in 1970. The Department of Marketing and the Department of Finance were created in 1974. The semester system was introduced in this Faculty from the session 1977-1978. The Faculty of Commerce was renamed as the Faculty of Business Studies in 1995. During 1994-95, the names of the B.Com. (Hons.) and M.Com degrees were changed to BBA and MBA degrees respectively. From the same academic session, the 4-year BBA Program was introduced in place of 3-year B.Com. (Hons) Program.