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Hi all

Does Eng Aus give proper recognition to Bangladesh pvt university degrees??
Or they declare it as diploma ?
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What i have heard is Engineer's Australia gives bachelor degree recognition to only public universities of Bangladesh.
For Pvt uni, they recognizes it as associated degree.
 

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What i have heard is Engineer's Australia gives bachelor degree recognition to only public universities of Bangladesh.
For Pvt uni, they recognizes it as associated degree.
Sorry mate I have no specific idea but got bachelor degree recognition for my bangladeshi bachelor degree.
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Sorry mate I have no specific idea but got bachelor degree recognition for my bangladeshi bachelor degree.
Thanks!
Recent outcome from EA, I know two junior got this result

IUT --Advance Diploma
NSU --Advance Diploma
 

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I talked with some boro bhais and found that all universities stablished before 1980 ( mainly public) are awarded Bachelor. rest are Adv. Diploma/Associate degree. But if u have a bachelor and MBA/Masters then u may get the bachelor status. Sad but true :(
 
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No. Bangladesh qualification Comparable to the educational level of the AQF qualification Assessment notes
1 Bachelor Degree (Pass)
• 2 years full-time Certificate IV A

2 Bachelor Degree (Pass or Honours)
• 3 years full-time Diploma A, B

3 Bachelor Degree (Honours)
• 4 years full-time Associate Degree
B

4 Bachelor Degree
• 4 years full-time
• 120 credits Associate Degree
5 Bachelor Degree
• 5 years full-time
• In a professional field or 150 credits Bachelor Degree
C , D

6 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)
• 1 year full-time
• After a 2 year Bachelor Degree Diploma
7 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)
• 1 year full-time
• After a 3 year Bachelor Degree Associate Degree
8 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)

• 2 years full-time
• After a 3 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
9 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)
• 1-2 years full-time
• After a 4 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
10 Master Degree
• 2 years full-time
• After a 2 year Bachelor Degree Associate Degree
11 Master Degree
• 2 years full-time
• After a 3 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
12 Master Degree
• 1-2 years full-time
• After a 4 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
13 Other qualifications Assessed on a case-by-case basis
 

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We need to have Bachelor's + Master's degree for it to be considered as Australian Bachelor degree !!
 

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Yup bro. It depends on which uni you did your bachelors from. what i told was from my experience. They didnt give me bachelor but my junior with a MBA got assessed as Bachelor and another junior from KUET got bachelor ( with just a bachelor from KUET).
 

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Yeah...This is very depressing.
 

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My bachelor degree from Shahjalal University they considered as AQF Associate degree
My Master degree from Singapore Nanyang Univeristy they considered as AQF Master degree

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I talked with some boro bhais and found that all universities stablished before 1980 ( mainly public) are awarded Bachelor. rest are Adv. Diploma/Associate degree. But if u have a bachelor and MBA/Masters then u may get the bachelor status. Sad but true :(
May be you are right because I also found who are from public university they normally got bachelor.
 

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Can having a BSc degree on computer engineering from AIUB and an executive MBA from IBA, DU be considered as a bachelor degree or associate degree only? With 6 years working experience, 32 years old n the above educational qualification which visa should I apply for?
 

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I will submit my CDR next month as a professional electrical engineer from private uni , dont know what would be my result

is there anybody from private got bachelor degree recognition in recent time

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No. Bangladesh qualification Comparable to the educational level of the AQF qualification Assessment notes
1 Bachelor Degree (Pass)
• 2 years full-time Certificate IV A

2 Bachelor Degree (Pass or Honours)
• 3 years full-time Diploma A, B

3 Bachelor Degree (Honours)
• 4 years full-time Associate Degree
B

4 Bachelor Degree
• 4 years full-time
• 120 credits Associate Degree
5 Bachelor Degree
• 5 years full-time
• In a professional field or 150 credits Bachelor Degree
C , D

6 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)
• 1 year full-time
• After a 2 year Bachelor Degree Diploma
7 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)
• 1 year full-time
• After a 3 year Bachelor Degree Associate Degree
8 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)

• 2 years full-time
• After a 3 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
9 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)
• 1-2 years full-time
• After a 4 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
10 Master Degree
• 2 years full-time
• After a 2 year Bachelor Degree Associate Degree
11 Master Degree
• 2 years full-time
• After a 3 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
12 Master Degree
• 1-2 years full-time
• After a 4 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
13 Other qualifications Assessed on a case-by-case basis


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Is there any official link of EA, where can I find the explanation of data provided above ?

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AQF Clarification

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No. Bangladesh qualification Comparable to the educational level of the AQF qualification Assessment notes
1 Bachelor Degree (Pass)
• 2 years full-time Certificate IV A

2 Bachelor Degree (Pass or Honours)
• 3 years full-time Diploma A, B

3 Bachelor Degree (Honours)
• 4 years full-time Associate Degree
B

4 Bachelor Degree
• 4 years full-time
• 120 credits Associate Degree
5 Bachelor Degree
• 5 years full-time
• In a professional field or 150 credits Bachelor Degree
C , D

6 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)
• 1 year full-time
• After a 2 year Bachelor Degree Diploma
7 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)
• 1 year full-time
• After a 3 year Bachelor Degree Associate Degree
8 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)

• 2 years full-time
• After a 3 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
9 Bachelor Degree (graduate entry)
• 1-2 years full-time
• After a 4 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
10 Master Degree
• 2 years full-time
• After a 2 year Bachelor Degree Associate Degree
11 Master Degree
• 2 years full-time
• After a 3 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
12 Master Degree
• 1-2 years full-time
• After a 4 year Bachelor Degree Bachelor Degree
13 Other qualifications Assessed on a case-by-case basis

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Hi,
I need help to understand the above points mentioned by AQF in their site for country education profile for Bangladesh (CEP). Most of the people are getting Assess as point: 4 that is Banglaeshi Bachelor degree from private university assess as AQF Associate degree.
But I have a query on point 5,
 That is in our country there is no 5 years Bachelor degree, all are 4 years. then why it mentioned as 5 years full-time.
 Another thing is if someone has 4 years Bachelor and total bachelor credits goes over 150 credits will it be sufficient to get Bachelor Degree. (4y bachelor + >150credits = AQF Bachelor)

Thanks,
RAIM
 

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Hi,

I need help to understand the above points mentioned by AQF in their site for country education profile for Bangladesh (CEP). Most of the people are getting Assess as point: 4 that is Banglaeshi Bachelor degree from private university assess as AQF Associate degree.

But I have a query on point 5,

That is in our country there is no 5 years Bachelor degree, all are 4 years. then why it mentioned as 5 years full-time.

Another thing is if someone has 4 years Bachelor and total bachelor credits goes over 150 credits will it be sufficient to get Bachelor Degree. (4y bachelor + >150credits = AQF Bachelor)



Thanks,

RAIM

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