Quality of Education in Bangladesh: A Survey on Private Business Schools

Nazamul Hoque, Mohammad Masrurul Mowla, Abdul Hamid Chowdhury, Mohammad Shahab Uddin


A survey was conducted to study the customers’ (students’) evaluation of private higher education sector in Bangladesh with special reference to the quality of business education. The sample was taken from business schools on a random basis from seven private universities of Bangladesh. The respondents (students) were asked to evaluate the quality of business education at private universities in light of sixty six variables and they ranked the attributes in a seven-point Likert’s summated scale. The result of this study shows that faculty credentials, intake (student) selection system, assessment system, campus facilities, research environment, leadership of university, market orientation, and corporate attachment are associated with quality of business education. Finally, the study suggests that the policymakers and administrators should address the identified factors for ensuring quality in their business schools.

Keywords: Intake, Assessment, Leadership, Faculty, Market orientation.

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