Application for admission is considered separate
from application for financial aid, therefore admission is not jeopardized
by requests for financial aid.
If you and/or your parents earn an average salary,
the financial section is not crucial because you do not have enough funds
to pay. Fill out this section as best you can. When completing tables,
fill in the equivalent dollar amount, using the current taka: dollar
exchange rate. Indicate what the current rate is and explain that it
changes daily due to inflation.
If you and/or your parents earn dollars or a very
high salary, you may have funds to contribute to your education.
Depending on the university, you may be asked to
provide actual proof of your financial status, either when filling out the
application or after you have been accepted. This proof can be a stamped
and signed letter from your and/or your parents' employers stating the
monthly salaries, and/or official bank statements showing the balance in
If you are unable to pay for your education, or can
only pay part of the costs, indicate that you want them to consider you
for all types of financial aid. Be sure to check all boxes indicating
teaching and research assistantships and fellowships.
It is best to be completely truthful
about your financial situation.