British Council honours success of UK Alumni in Bangladesh

Staff Correspondent

1 May, 2021 12:00 AM printer

The British Council has celebrated the Study UK Alumni Awards 2021 in Bangladesh by announcing the three Alumni Awards winners.

The winners have been recognised for their outstanding achievements as business professionals, entrepreneurs and community leaders and their significant contribution to strengthening collaborative ties between the UK and Bangladesh.

Following in-depth interviews with a judging panel, the Alumni were selected for the three award categories: Professional Achievement, Entrepreneurial and Social Impact.

The Professional Achievement Award, which recognises alumni who have distinguished themselves through exemplary leadership in their professional field, was presented to Chowdhury Ashik Mahmud Bin Harun, a graduate of London Business School.

The Social Impact Award, which acknowledges alumni who have made an exceptional contribution to creating positive social change, was presented to Nilufar Fatema Chowdhury, a graduate of Imperial College London.

The Entrepreneurial Award, which highlights alumni who have played a leading role in innovation or creative solutions, was presented to Zahin Razeen, a graduate of the University of Glasgow.

The prestigious international award celebrates UK higher education and the achievements of UK alumni all over the world. Now in its 7th year, the award received more than 1,300 applications from international UK alumni in more than 114 countries, representing more than 148 UK higher education institutions across the UK.