Aga Khan Academy Hyderabad starts enrolment process of Bangladeshi students

Aga Khan Academy Hyderabad starts enrolment process of Bangladeshi studentsThe Aga Khan Academy Hyderabad has started enrolment process of Bangladeshi students from grade six to 11.

Head of the Academy Dr. Geoffrey Fisher last week led a team to introduce the school to the prospective parents.

The representatives from the Aga Khan Academy Hyderabad (AKAH) in India on Friday said a team would come on May 14 to take the admission assessment test. Details are available at

The Aga Khan Academy is part of an international network of schools being established by the Aga Khan in some key locations in South and Central Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.

It is accredited as an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School and is recognised as a Microsoft Showcase School.

There is no fixed quota for Bangladesh. Girls and boys are selected based on merit, regardless of socio-economic background, race, religion or culture.

Financial assistance is also available to ensure talents do not miss the world class education because of money.

According to the Academy, graduates have already achieved 100 percent university placement at internationally ranked universities, over 20 percent of which are in the world’s top 200 universities ranked by Shanghai Index.

The Hyderabad school’s 100-acre campus features classrooms, resource areas and extensive sports facilities together with academic facilities that include eight laboratories, an arts and crafts block, and dance and recording facilities.

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