Professor Imran Rahman has been appointed as the new Vice-Chancellor of the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB).
The disclosure was made in a press release issued by the university.
President of Bangladesh and Chancellor of Universities, Abdul Hamid has appointed Professor Imran for a four-year term effective from 2 November, 2021.
He joined ULAB in 2006 as the dean of business school, and later served as the VC (2012-2016) and Pro VC (2009-2012).
Prior to joining ULAB, he served as a finance faculty, chair of the BBA programme and chair of the computer centre in IBA, Dhaka University for 28 years.
He co-founded and led a merchant bank in the 1990s for six years.
His alma maters are Manchester Business School, University of Dhaka, and London School of Economics.