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Why Study Here?
The Holy Cross Catholic Missionaries took the academic journey to its next level & there comes the first private university in Bangladesh run by Missionaries of Holy Cross Fathers known as NDUB which envisions to achieve diligently true knowledge and wisdom for life and living, through studies in humanities, technologies, and also business, preparing the youth globally & culturally so that the students can contribute effectively to humanity.
This University is a safe place to be. NDUB has “safeguarding policy” which assures that everyone is treated with respect.
The faculty of this University is competent and available to students. Classes are held and good instruction is given. Students are challenged and are helped as well. At this University English is given special importance and we work to increase the English language capacity of every student.
The motto of the University is “The competence to see and the courage to act”. That is, “Bright Minds and Bold Hearts”. That is what this University strives to see in every student.
NDUB is a green campus and community sitting on 1.20 acres of flatlands. Living at NDUB brings surprises and new experiences every day, in an extraordinary community of creative and accomplished people from around the country.
Campus life at NDUB
NDUB is a thriving campus and community sitting on 1.2 acres of flatlands. Living at NDUB brings surprises and new experiences every day, in an extraordinary community of creative and accomplished people from around the country.
Formation of mind and heart for truth and for the fullness of life and living. To seek sincerely and achieve diligently true knowledge and wisdom for life and living, through studies in humanities and technology based on Bangladesh culture and spiritual heritage, so that students develop their best selves to serve their society and contribute effectively to humanity.
Campus event news of Notre Dame University Bangladesh.
The NDUB English Club hosted a workshop titled “Research Gap” on Tuesday, November 29, 2022, at 2:30 pm. Habiba Akter, an Assistant Professor in the