You must arrange for your university to send to the College the academic records
for all the degrees and programs you listed on your application form. The College
will base its evaluation on these records.
The College understands that in Bangladesh educational records are called
marksheets or marks cards and that they are issued only once, to the student.
If the marksheets are lost or stolen, you can apply to the university for a
You must present these original records to the College at the walk-in centre
or send them by mail (the College will return them to you):
- marksheets for each year or term for each degree listed on
your application form
- marksheets for each year or term of your teacher education
- the degree scroll for every program on your application.
Since the university does not send these records directly to the College,
we need an official verification of your academic records. You must arrange
for the university to send a verification letter to the College for your teacher
education program and for each degree listed on your application.
Verification letters from the university must be signed by one of the following:
- deputy registrar
- controller of examinations
- assistant controller of examinations.
Verification letters from the affiliated college must be signed by one of
- headmaster or headmistress
The verification letters must confirm the following:
- dates you attended and length of program
- course content and hours or units of study, if not on the
- name of the degree and the date on which it was awarded
- for your teacher education program, the number of weeks and
the grade levels and subjects you taught in the supervised practice teaching.
Statement of Professional Standing
A Statement of Professional Standing is
required from the country, province or state where you completed your teacher
education program, and from any other country, province or state where you
are or have been certified to teach.
The College understands that Statements of Professional Standing are not issued
Instead, you must arrange for the head of the last school where you taught
in Bangladesh to send a letter of reference directly to the College. The letter
must be current. It must list the dates and length of your employment and say
that you were never suspended for any disciplinary reason and that your conduct
You must send a photocopy of your teaching
certificate from all jurisdictions where you are or have been authorized
to teach. This applies even if you have never taught there.
The College understands that teaching certificates are not issued in Bangladesh.
Instead, we will accept the letter of reference that you have arranged to be
sent by the university to the College (Statement
of Professional Standing) as a teaching certificate.