Chittagong University of Engineering & Technology

Chittagong University Of Engineering & Technology

Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology (Bengali: চট্টগ্রাম প্রকৌশল ও প্রযুক্তি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়) or CUET (Bengali: চুয়েট) is a prominent Public Engineering University in Bangladesh. The medium of instruction is English.

It is a sub-urban university with about 2100 students and eleven academic departments teaching theoretical, applied, and interdisciplinary science and technology. The university undertakes research works sponsored by local industries and national/international organizations, such as United Nations organizations, Commonwealth Foundation, University Grants Commission, Bangladesh Power Development Board, Bangladesh Road & Transport Corporation, Chittagong Development Authority, Bangladesh Telecommunications Company Limited etc.

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