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GRC launches website for Bangladeshi students to apply to 25 US universities

  • Published at 09:34 pm August 22nd, 2021
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File photo: A student walks toward Princeton University's Wilson College in Princeton, New Jersey, November 20, 2015. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter

GRC Services Limited has been working to ensure easy admission with scholarships in the best universities of the world since 2013

GRC Services Limited has launched an online university application site ( www.grcbangladesh.com) for Bangladeshi students willing to study in the US.

An applicant can apply to 98 universities, including 25 Tier One universities of the US without any hassle, according to a press release. 

All the universities are accepting tuition fees after students are being ensured visas and some universities are also offering i-20 (document of admission) without the fees.

Through the GRC website, students can easily apply to the universities of their choice. After that they can submit the application fees through any bank and mobile banking service in Bangladesh.


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“We have entered into agreements with 25 Tier One university authorities, in total we have agreements with 98 universities. Students who will apply through our site will receive the highest percentage of scholarships,” said Mohammad Mozammel Haque Titu, managing director of GRC Services Limited.

“During this pandemic, most of the universities offered attractive scholarships for Bangladeshi students and they have become more welcoming than previous years. It is my immense pleasure to introduce GRC Services Limited for meeting the growing demand of trusted and quality service providers for studying abroad, which will truly add value for the aspiring students” he added.

GRC Services Limited has been working to ensure easy admission with scholarships for Bangladeshi students in the best universities of the world since 2013.