The Royal University of Dhaka (RUD) stands as an academic epicenter of excellence to the vision of its founder, Dr. Momtaz Begum(expired) and Dr HBM Iqbal, a dedicated philanthropist, tireless social worker and visionary leader. Established as a nonprofit and nonsectarian private university, RUD came into existence under the aegis of the Private University Act, 1992, of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.

The university's journey was marked by milestones, with the University Grants Commission (UGC) providing its evaluation and approval for academic programs on a significant date, July 30, 2003. Subsequently, the Ministry of Education, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, granted its official approval on August 30, 2003.

RUD was founded with a noble mission - to provide high quality avenues for higher education and learning to individuals, public groups, and agencies of all nationalities, religions, races, and colors. The institution is firmly rooted in the belief that quality education transcends boundaries and should adapt to the evolving needs of its students, society, and the dynamic global digital environments and needs.

RUD's dedication to this mission is evident through its operation at the dreamed state of the art permanent campus. which is Permanent located at Plot 404, Tejgaon Industrial Area, Dhaka 1208, stands as a testament to the university's commitment to providing most modern, attractive and effective learning environment for its diverse student bodies from home and abroad.

As we delve deeper into the annals of the Royal University of Dhaka, we uncover a story of dedication, inclusivity, and a resolute commitment  of visionary and highly committed leader to  generate and disseminate useful knowledge, produced highly competent and committed morally enlightened professionals needed for future digital world.

This institution, founded on the principles of accessibility and excellence, continues to shape the educational landscape in Bangladesh and beyond.