BRAC University has launched a dedicated bus service exclusively for its Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) students. In a recent ceremony at the campus, Dr. David Dowland, the University Registrar, presided over the inauguration in the presence of faculty members and university officials. The university has allocated a fleet of ten buses to facilitate the commuting needs including of the EMBA students.
Dr. David Dowland, marked the inauguration of the bus service for EMBA students as an auspicious moment for the institution.
During the inauguration ceremony, Professor Mujibul Haque, Professor and Associate Dean and Acting Dean of BRAC Business School, expressed his pride in the university's dedication to the well-being and convenience of EMBA students. He emphasized the significance of providing a dedicated bus service, acknowledging the positive impact it would have on the students' regular attendance and overall academic experience.
Mohammad Sajedul Karim, Director of Operations at BRAC University, highlighted the university's relentless efforts to enhance services for its student body. He noted that the newly introduced bus service is a crucial step towards addressing the transportation needs of EMBA students, allowing them greater mobility and convenience in attending classes.
The dedicated bus service is expected to contribute significantly to the university's mission of providing accessible and student-friendly amenities.