List of The Best Education Consultancy Firm in Bangladesh

Best Education Consultancy Firm in Bangladesh, Student Visa Agency in Dhaka. Also, A-List of the Best Study Abroad Agency in Bangladesh (BD).  Top Education Consultant in Bangladesh.

Best Education Consultancy Firm in Bangladesh

An education consultancy firm refers to a study abroad organization, agent, consultant, or consulting firm that works to help those potential students who want to study abroad. The education consultancy firm is also known as or study abroad agency. An education consultancy firm assists students in many ways to ease the journey to study abroad. Firstly, an education consultancy firm or study abroad agency provides genuine information regarding the University, college, and institute where students want to study. So, educational consultancy firm or agency disseminates information pertaining to admission procedure, university ranking, program list, location, intake, and so more. Based on this information, students make the decision whether they will study in these institutes or not. So, it is true that In addition, it directly assists students to get admission to the institutes by filling up the admission form online and offline.

There are two types of education consultancy firm or study abroad agency in Bangladesh. For example, authorized-agency representing the university that works as a collaborative second party of the University. In contrast,  unauthorized-agency does not work directly with University or educational institutes rather it works as a third party. However, the authorized education consultancy firm or agency is more reliable to get authentic information about the institutes including admission procedures, tuition fees, scholarship opportunities, and so on.

There are many authorized and nonauthorized Study Abroad Agents in Dhaka, Bangladesh (BD). Some agencies work for a specific zone or country, for example, Australia, or Canada, or the UK, the USA, or Europe, or any other country. In contrast, many agencies work for multiple countries at a time to help students to get admission in many countries.

List of Best Education Consultancy Firm in Bangladesh
 Global Assistant

List of The Best Study Abroad Agency in Bangladesh-Student Visa Agent

Specialty

  1. Firstly, Global Assistant has managed to become an authorized agent of more than 50 Universities all over the world including Malaysia, Canada, the UK, the USA, Spain, Dubai, India, Japan, and so on.
  2. In addition, Global Assistant does not charge any fee for consulting students.
  3. Moreover, the team of the Global Assistant works only for affiliated Universities across the world that have a legitimate agreement and they provide authentic information to potential students.
  • Contact: Globalassistant.cf@gmail.com
  • WhatsApp, IMO, Line, Wechat, Telegram: +60176852551
  • Social Media: Facebook + Twitter+ LinkedIn
  • Offices: Malaysia Office, Bangladesh, Singapore &  Japan Office.
Karim & Karim

study abroad agency in bangladesh

  • Website: karimandkarim.com
  • Working in: U.K
  • Specialty
  1. Karim & Karim is only one Bangladeshi Authorized Agent for the University of South Wales in the UK; therefore, it will be the best decision to liaise with them for studying at the mentioned University.
  • Contact:+8801745773791
  • Email: info@karimandkarim.com
  • Offices: Dhaka-Bangladesh, Sylhet, & U.K.
Sunrise Education Consultant

study abroad agency in bangladesh

  • Website: sunrise-bd.net
  • Working in: Canada, & Europe.
  • Specialty
  1. Firstly, Sunrise Education Consultants is one of the reputed consulting firms in Dhaka.
  • Contact: +880 1611 878 274
  • Email: info@sunrise-bd.net
  • Offices: Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Career Paths
  • Website: www.careerpaths.com.bd
  • Working With: UK, Canada, Sweden, and Germany
  • Specialty
  1. Firstly, Career Paths provides transparent information and procedure to potential students who want to study abroad.
  2. Secondly, this agency is working as a representative for more than 12 universities and colleges globally.
  3. Additionally, it assists students to get the offer letter, IELTS certificate as well as Visa.
  • Contact: careerpaths85@gmail.com, +8801712541345
  • Offices: 102 Park Rd, New DOHS, Mohakhali, Dhaka – 1206, Bangladesh.
MIM Study Abroad
  • Website: www.mimstudyabroad.com
  • Working With: UK, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand.
  • Specialty:
  1. Firstly, MIM Study Abroad assists students to complete the full procedure of admission in many universities in the UK such as Aberystwyth University, Anglia Ruskin University, Aston University, Bangor University, City University London, and so on.
  2. Apart from the UK, this agency also works for Canada, Ireland, and New Zealand.
  3. Additionally, MIM Study Abroad is one of the experienced and reputed consultancy agency in Dhaka.
  • Contact: +88 01711595215, email: mim.heuk@gmail.com
  • Offices:L 361, Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel, 107, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Dhaka 1215, Bangladesh.

Malaysia’s Vision 2020: Why Vision 2020 Has Been Failed To Achieve Its Goal.

Malaysia Vision 2020: Vision 2020 has Successfully Been Achieved or Not? The Nine Challenges that Must Overcome to Achieve Vision 2020. Discussion and Opinion Why Vision 2020 has failed to achieve its goals.

Malaysia’s vision 2020 with nine challenges was introduced in 1919 by the fourth prime minister. The Vision calls for the nation to achieve the status of a self-sufficient industrialized nation by the year 2020. Discuss whether the aim of Vision 2020 has successfully been achieved.

Malaysia Vision 2020

Vision 2020 or Wawasan 2020 was a mega policy of the Malaysian government introduced by Malaysia’s fourth and seventh prime minister Mahathir Mohamad in 1991 (Jeshurun, 1993). Leong (1997) stated that this mega plan came up with the objective of securing the eligibility of a developed country by 2020. He also said the prime goal of the Vision 2020 was to obtain a self-sufficient industrialized country by the year 2020. In addition to that, there are some other objectives that also wanted to achieve by this plan such as social well-being, economic prosperity, world-class education, technology-based society, political stability, as well as psychological balances.

Based on achieving the vision 2020, some mid-term and short-term plans had been taken by the government such as the National Development Policy 1991-2000 with OPP2, National Vision Policy 2001-2010 with OPP3, and Economic Transformation Program (ETP) under Malaysia Tenth Plan in 2010. Even, the annual budget was proclaimed to ease the way of achieving vision 2020. All these plans were encompassed to establish a progressive, prosperous, and developed Malaysia where everyone will live in harmony.

The Nine Challenges that Must Overcome to Achieve Vision 2020

The nine strategic challenges were outlined to overcome before 2020. Malaysia cannot be a prosperous and developed country until overcome these challenges entirely that experienced from the beginning of independence (MALAYSIA AS A FULLY DEVELOPED COUNTRY, n.d.). Therefore, the authority published eight challenges that need to overcome to achieve Vision 2020.

Challenge-1: The first challenge of Vision 2020 is to develop a united Malaysian nation with a spirit of mutual destiny. This will form a peaceful nation where everyone lives in harmony. The country will ensure loyalty, justice, and equality, and fair partnership for all citizens that is called ‘Bangsa Malaysia’ (MALAYSIA AS A FULLY DEVELOPED COUNTRY, n.d.).

Challenge-2: The second challenge to create a secure, developed, and psychologically freed country. The people will live in a society with full confidence and faith in the nation. Society must be fully conscious about its opportunity and potentiality and respected by foreigners (Islam, 2010).

Challenge-3: The third challenge of Vision 2020 is to practice liberal democracy inside the country. It can make Malaysia a model for other developing nations in Asia as well as all over the world. In short, it all about nurturing and promoting a mature democratic society.

Challenge-4: The fourth challenge is to establish an ethical and moral society. The citizen of the nation will live in a society with religious, cultural, and traditional values.

Challenge-5: The fifth challenge is about developing a liberal, tolerant, and knowledgeable society, in which all Malaysian can practice their culture, traditions, religion, belief, and creeds. All Malaysian people belong to one nation it doesn’t matter what is the religion, what is the origin, and what is the language.

Challenge-6: The sixth challenge is to establish an innovative and technology-based progressive society. The people of this society will not only be a client of technology but utilize them to well-being for society.

Challenge-7: The seventh challenge is to create a caring and cooperative society, in which people will not leave their families but maintain a strong resilient family system.

Challenge-8: The eighth challenge is to assure an economically self-righteous society, in which the fair distribution of the wealth will be practiced in society without any discrimination, exploitation, and injustice.

Challenge-9: The last and ninth challenge is to establish a prosperous and developed society. The economy of the nation will be strong, resilient, competitive, and dynamic.

The Vision 2020 has Successfully Been Achieved or Not?

Based on my observation, it is clear that Vision 2020 has not been achieved. The main aim of Vision 2020 was to establish a self-sufficient industrialized country by the year 2020 as well as secure the eligibility of a developed country. Until now, Malaysia has not achieved the status of developing countries because the nation could not overcome all the nine challenges that they mentioned earlier.

Discussion and Opinion Why Vision 2020 has failed:

Doubtfully, there are some reasons that affected the failure of Vision 2020 directly and indirectly. Based on my research, I have discovered three important reasons that affected achieving Vision 2020, for example, leadership, discrimination, and economy.

  1. Leadership

According to B (2019), Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad blamed that the objectives of Vision 2020 were not achieved due to the wrong leadership skills of the previous prime minister Abdullah Badawi and Najib Razak who are responsible for the failure of Vision 2020. Actually, Vision 2020 has been failed because the nine challenges were not completely understood by the administrators in Malaysia who championed them.

  1. Discrimination

The challenges of Vision 2020 are fostering a liberal democratic society, moral and ethical society, scientific progressive society, discrimination, and exploitation-free society. A Malay-led government cannot establish a liberal democratic society and discrimination still exist in several sectors in Malaysia including University, job, business, and politics. Thus, discrimination has barred achieving Vision 2020.

  1. Economy

Finally, the ninth challenge was to create an economically righteous society. An economically righteous society takes care of the interests of all people not only rich but in Malaysia. But, rich people are getting wealthier day by day through the domination business market while general people survive just hand to mouth. The economy couldn’t ensure the fair share of the country’s wealth to everyone; therefore, Vision 2020 has not been achieved.

Conclusion:

Vision 2020 was introduced by Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad in 1991 to establish a prosperous, developed, discrimination-free, technology-based, ethical, and liberal society. The eight challenges had been outlined to overcome to achieve Vision 2020. Although they have established enough technological, economical, and structural development in Malaysia until Vision 2020 has not been achieved completely.

References:

B. (2019, October 5). Objective of Vision 2020 not achieved. New Sarawak Tribune. https://www.newsarawaktribune.com.my/objective-of-vision-2020-not-achieved/

Islam, R. (2010). Critical success factors of the nine challenges in Malaysia’s vision 2020. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences44(4), 199-211.

Jeshurun, C. (1993). Malaysia: The Mahathir Supremacy and Vision 2020. Southeast Asian Affairs, 203-223.

Leong, Y. K. (1997). Lifelong Learning and Vision 2020 in Malaysia.

MALAYSIA AS A FULLY DEVELOPED COUNTRY. (n.d.). Prime Minister’s Office of Malaysia. https://www.pmo.gov.my/vision-2020/malaysia-as-a-fully-developed-country/