Minimum GPA of 3.5 in SSC/Equivalent and HSC/Equivalent separately (including additional subject).
Minimum CGPA of 3.5 in O-Levels in five subjects and A-Levels in two subjects separately, according to the scale (A=5, B=4, C=3 & D=2). Subjects with E grade will not be considered.
Candidates completed 12 years of schooling from a reputed educational institution may also apply. (before applying please contact through admissions[at]bracu.ac[dot]bd)
Candidates completed IB-DP with a minimum DP Score of 24 are eligible to apply.
Candidates completed schooling outside Bangladesh will have to submit verified/attested copies of previous academic documents from their Institute/Foreign Ministry and equivalence certificates from the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Dhaka.
GED is not acceptable.
Academic requirements (Pharmacy)
Candidate must have a minimum aggregate GPA 6.50 in SSC/O-Level or equivalent and HSC/A-Level or equivalent examinations (in a total scale of 10).
Candidate must pass HSC/A-Level or recognized equivalent examination with a minimum GPA 3.0 in Chemistry and Biology separately and a minimum GPA 2.0 in Mathematics (in a scale of 5).
Subject requirements for particular program
Candidates for EEE, ECE, CSE, APE & PHY must have a minimum B grade in Physics & Mathematics at HSC or minimum C grade in Physics & Mathematics at A Levels.
Candidates for BSc in Computer Science and BSc in Mathematics must have a minimum B grade in Mathematics at HSC or minimum C grade in Mathematics at A Level.
Candidates for BSc in Electronic & Communication Engineering and Electrical & Electronic Engineering having Physics and Mathematics but not Chemistry at HSC or A Levels must take a remedial course in Chemistry, in addition to the courses required for the program.
Candidates for BSc in Biotechnology and Microbiology should have minimum C grade in Biology and Chemistry at HSC/A levels. Candidates not having Mathematics at HSC/A levels must take a remedial course in Mathematics, in addition to the courses required for the program.
Candidates for Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) should have a minimum B grade in Biology and Chemistry at HSC/Equivalent and C grade in Biology and Chemistry at A level. However candidates having no Mathematics at the HSC/A-Level or recognized equivalents may be admitted, but they need to take an extra 03 credit course in Mathematics relevant to Bachelor of Pharmacy curriculum.
Break of studies
Candidates with a break of study of not more than three years (including current year) may apply for admission except Pharmacy.
For Pharmacy, candidates with a break of study of not more than two years (including current year) may apply for admission.
Transfer of credits from an educational institution following a system similar to BRAC University may be considered after passing the admission test. Such candidates will have to apply with required documents and decision on such cases will be determined by the credit transfer policy of BRAC University.
Visiting Student or Guest Student
Visiting or guest students are required to submit their applications along with the relevant transcripts and no objection letters (NOC) from her/his University.
All candidates will have to sit for a written admission test and an interview in the manner described:
Candidates for BSS in Anthropology, BA in English and LLB (Hons): written admission test in English.
Candidates for BBA, BSS in Economics, BSc in Microbiology, BSc in Biotechnology: written admission test in English and Mathematics.
Candidates for BSc in Computer Science, BSc in Computer Science and Engineering, BSc in Electronic and Communication Engineering, BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, BSc in Physics, BSc in Applied Physics & Electronics, BSc in Mathematics: written admission test in English, Mathematics, Higher Mathematics and Physics.
Candidates for Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch): written admission test in English, Mathematics and a test in drawing.
Candidates for Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons): written admission test in English, Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry.
In order to qualify, candidates must pass each section separately.
Those who qualify in the written test will be called for interview for final selection.