The British university has an active alumni community in Bangladesh
Bangladeshi alumni of the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol held its annual iftar program on Saturday in Dhaka’s Hotel Bengal Blueberry. Notable Bangladeshi alumni of the university and other prominent guests attended the event.
Abu Taher Md Saifur Rahman, Hon’ble Justic of the High Court Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh attended the iftar as the chief guest. Justice Rahman said UWE, Bristol equipped him for taking on many intellectual and other challenges of the legal profession. He hoped that it will continue to do so for many other law students from this country.
Barrister Khaled Hamid Chowdhury, Head of Laws at London College of Legal Studies (South), Barrister Mohammad Abdul Muntakim, Principal at Nottingham Law Academy were also present, among many other distinguished legal professionals.
UWE, Bristol is well-known for its international research-oriented projects and facilities. It has a strong alumni community in Bangladesh. The university currently holds the ‘gold status’ in the latest government ranking for higher education providers in the United Kingdom and it is currently among the top five universities in the UK for student satisfaction.
UWE Bristol provides a pathway for obtaining British law undergraduate degrees and subsequently to the BPTC degree which qualifies a law graduate as a Barrister.