West East University Contact Details

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About West East University

The idea of establishing a private university to provide quality education at an affordable cost in Bangladesh was first mooted by a group of prominent academics, business leaders, professionals and education enthusiasts led by Dr. Mohammed Farashuddin. With this end in view, this group formed a non-profit, non-political, charitable organization called Progoti Foundation for Education and Development (PFED). East West University is its first major project. Members of the Board of Trustees of the University are: Mr. Jalaluddin Ahmed, Mr. S.M. Nousher Ali, Mr. Farooque B. Chaudhury, Dr. Rafiqul Huda Chaudhury, Mr. Syed Manzur Elahi, Dr. Mohammed Farashuddin, Mr. Mohammed Zahidul Haque R.Ph., Dr. Saidur Rahman Lasker, Dr. Muhammad A. Mannan, Professor M. Mosleh-Uddin (Ceased to be a member as of 26 April 2016), Mr. Shelley A. Mubdi, Mr. M.A. Mumin, Dr. Khalil Rahman, Mr. H.N. Ashequr Rahman and Mrs. Razia Samad. After being accorded permission by the Government under the Private University Act (Act 34) of 1992, East West University was launched in 1996. Classes started in September 1996 with 6 faculty members and 20 students in the campus located at 43 Mohakhali C/A, Dhaka-1212. Today there are over 434 faculty members and approximately 10500 students enrolled through a process of selection.

West East University is a university situated in Zambia. The institution is known for its quality of education and the well-trained workforce.

West East University Contact details have to do with the physical location of campuses, email address, telephone number of key personnel in the institution, etc. 


Plot No: 65 Mayor Road near Turnpan or Buchi traffic lights behind Eco filling station.
P.O. Box 280163,
Kitwe, Zambia

Vice chancellor: +260 968 935 477

Registrar: +260 963 425 547

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