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Int'l Edn Expo of Premier Bank begins tomorrow

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Business Desk :
The fourth edition The Premier Bank International Education Expo, the biggest education expo in the country, organized by FACD-CAB, is scheduled from tomorrow (Saturday) to Sunday at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka Hotel.
Foreign Admission and Career Development Consultants Association of Bangladesh (FACD-CAB) has been organizing education expo for providing proper assistances to the students who are planning for studying abroad, said a press release.
The Premier Bank is associated with FACD CAB to organize the expo for the third consecutive time as title sponsor.
Organizers said that the expo will provide many opportunities for the participants. Students will get chances to have conversations with agents of some of the renowned universities. There will be spot admission facility. Students might get opportunity for admission interview in presence of local representatives of the renowned universities.
Eminent educationists, teachers, students and guardians participated on last expo. Representatives from universities in Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Malaysia, China, Philippines and Nepal also participated in the expo.
Monirul Haque, Member Secretary of the expo organizing committee, said that 4,000 students participated in the 3rd education expo. They are expecting better responses in upcoming occasion.
He said that registration for expo is free. Representatives for renowned universities will attend the expo. Students will get the chances to have proper information and instructions.

Premier Bank's Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer M Reazul Karim said: that they are providing one stop services for opening student file from our all branches across the country. Moreover, they have dedicated student service center under 11 branches in Dhaka, Chittagong & Sylhet to look after student file related service.
Mohammad Shamim Murshed, Head of Retail Banking of the Bank said: that students are required to send tuition fees to the universities for getting admission there. They also need to show certain amount of money in their accounts. The bank provides assistances in that process.   
The number of Bangladeshi students applying for higher studies in United Kingdom in 2018 was higher than any other years. Figures published by Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), a UK-based organization whose main role is to operate the application process for British universities, showed the trend.
Many of the Bangladeshi students are now getting attracted for higher education in abroad, especially, in developed countries. But the most important things they lack are proper information and instructions.

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