Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Convocation of World University of Bangladesh

FAQs

Convocation is a big day. It's the event for celebrating the graduation ceremony of students for their hard work as a recognition of the award of degree parchments to students. This is a day which comes once in a lifetime for every graduate. Hence, to make it memorable it is advisable for all graduating students to attend this session.
Registration will be done on site at the Main campus from the 5th January 2017 to 31st January 2017.
All registered graduates for the convocation are requested to collect their respective convocation gowns on from 6th of March 2017 to 8th of March 2017 from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm in the Main Campus in Dhanmondi.
Gowns and caps should be returned to the main campus on 10th and 11th March 2017 from 10.00 AM to 7.00 PM. Gowns submitted later will incur a cost of Tk. 500 for each day deferred.
Convocation will be held Bangabandhu International Conference Center ( BICC) , Agargaon, Sher-E.-Bangla nagar, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh.
A rehearsal is mandatory for Convocation Event. Details of timings will be available in this website.
Cell phones, pens, cameras and any form of electronic devices are strictly prohibited in such events. Please only carry your invitation cards and ID documents (if provided) to the event.
You are allowed to bring one guest which could be a parent or a guardian.
Our photographer will be assigned for delivery of the pictures shot during the convocations. A flickr link will be available in this website from which you can choose your pic and pay the requisite fees for collection at the Division of Student Affairs.
In essence, when a convocation is observed by a University, the provisional certifications so far distributed to students becomes invalid. In order to comply with obtaining a validated certification, all students must now communicate with the Office of the Controller of Examinations and obtain the final certification.

Obtaining a final certification is essential as it ensures that your credentials so far earned is recognized and approved to all employers and agencies.