University of Science & Technology, Chittagong

University of Science & Technology Chittagong (USTC) is a private university in Bangladesh. The university was established with the sponsorship of a private charity on May 13, 1989. Previously it was started as Institute of Applied Health Sciences (IAHS), later it was upgraded to USTC as a full phased university after the promulgation of the Private University Act, 1992.

it had only two professors and nine lecturers. Now the number of full-time teachers is 285. USTC has 4,200 students. Among these, over 30% are foreign students, from India, Nepal, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Jordan, Palestine, and the United States, among others.

The university’s 220-bed teaching hospital, [[]] (BBMH), is the largest private hospital in Chittagong. USTC owns seven-storied library building. The library has three sections comprised by modern technology and has accommodation for 150 readers at a time. USTC provides well-stocked resources for its students in the library.

The university has Gulmeher Hall for female students. It can accommodate both foreign and non-local female students. There is one hall available for male students – Syedur Rahman International Hall for foreign students. There is a separate hostel for internees.

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