History & Background

Royal University of Dhaka (RUD) founded by Dr. Momtaz Begum (a philanthropist and social worker) is a nonprofit , nonsectarian private university. RUD was established under the Private University Act, 1992 of Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. The University Grants Commission (UGC) evaluated and approved the academic programs on July 30, 2003 and the approval of the Ministry of Education, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh was accorded on August 30, 2003. RUD provides opportunities of higher education and learning for the individual citizen, public group and agencies of all nationalities, religions, races and colors keeping in perspective the needs of the changing environments in national, regional and global contexts. The University is operating in the permanent campus. located at Plot 404, Tejgaon Industrial Area, Dhaka 1208.


Royal University of Dhaka envisions a future where an individual citizen, public group and agencies by virtue of the quality of their educational attainments at the university shall establish themselves as contributors to comprehensive development of their immediate and extended environments and take leadership positions in all their endeavors.


Knowledge with action is the basis of human welfare, provided it upgrades human qualities and faculties as well as professional skills. Such knowledge is a right as well as an obligation of every human being that should be provided by a system of universal education. Besides, a nation’s identity should be reflected in its education systems. Based on this philosophy, RUD’s mission is to disseminate knowledge in an ethical human approach reflecting the identity of Bangladesh with its heritage, culture, values and principles.

Royal University of Dhaka is a privately supported co-educational institution with a national, regional and global wide mission. Its major commitments are to provide international standard educational program at under graduate, graduate and doctorate instruction, residential life, continuing educational, public and research services at the most reasonable cost to students. The University programs are particularly responsive to the needs of individual citizens, public group and agencies of Bangladesh.

The University aims to develop and pursue these programs in a manner to ensure that the eligible students who desire to develop and expand their scholastic skills (for professional, occupational, or professional growth) have the opportunity to do so. Respect for the intellectual potential and dignity of students, as individual human beings, without regard for racial, ethnic, or cultural background, shall be paramount.