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Shanto Mariam University of Creative Technology

Shanto-Mariam University of Creative Technology
শান্ত-মরিয়ম সৃজনশীল প্রযুক্তি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়
Motto “Creative Destination of the Nation”
Established 2003
Type Private, Co-educational
Chairman Md. Imamul Kabir Shanto
Chancellor President of the People's Republic of Bangladesh
Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Shamsul Haq
Location Dhaka, Bangladesh
Campus Uttara
Colours      Prussian Blue
Nickname SMUCT
Affiliations University Grants Commission Bangladesh
3D Logo of SMUCT

Shanto-Mariam University of Creative Technology (SMUCT) (Bengali: শান্ত-মরিয়ম সৃজনশীল প্রযুক্তি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়) is a private university established in 2003 under the 1992 Private University Act. The university is located at Dhaka, Bangladesh.[1] It was named after Md. Imamul Kabir Shanto (founder and Chairman) and his wife Tahmina Chowdhury Kabir (Mariam) (founder and Vice Chairman).[2]


Shanto-Mariam University of Creative Technology is committed to a declared mission of providing international quality Higher Education and of contributing to the sustainable economic growth of the country by a planned relationship between itself, the community, commerce, industry and the creative sector of Bangladesh. The University is also committed to giving all due respect to the intellectual and creative potential and dignity of all staff, students and everyone with whom it has contact as human beings without regard to racial, ethnic, religious or cultural background.

Academic programs

The academic programs of the university are conducted by three faculties.

Faculty of Design & Technology

  • B.A. (Hons) Fashion design & technology
  • B.A. (Hons) Apparel manufacturing management & technology
  • B.A. (Hons) Interior architecture
  • B.A. (Hons) Graphic design & multimedia
  • Bachelor of Architecture
  • B.Sc (Hons) Computer science
  • B.Sc (Hons) Computer science & engineering
  • M.A. Fashion design/product design
  • M.A. Interior design

Faculty of Fine & Performing Arts

  • B.Fine Arts (Hons) Drawing & painting
  • M.Fine Arts Drawing & painting
  • B.Music (Hons) Ravindra, Nazrul, Classical
  • B.Music (Hons) Dance
  • M.Music (Masters) Ravindra, Nazrul, Classical
  • M.Music (Masters) Dance

Faculty of Management & General Studies

Shanto-Mariam Academy of Creative Technology

Logo of Shanto-Mariam Academy of Creative Technology

Shanto-Mariam Academy of Creative Technology was established to spread up-to-date design, cultural and technical education throughout the country. It is a sister concern of the University that focuses on:

These are open to all from a 5-year-old child and above. One year diploma and six month certificate courses are offered on Fashion design, Interior design, Graphic design, Multimedia, and Music. The academy also offers vocational SSC in Automotive, Garment design & pattern cutting, and Interior with Auto CAD under the Open University. The academy also offers SSC and HSC program for under-privileged students who are working.

Shanto-Mariam Institute of Creative Technology

Logo of Shanto-Mariam Institute of Creative Technology

Shanto-Mariam Institute of Creative Technology, an education institute of the Shanto-Mariam Foundation, is the only institute in Bangladesh offering BTEC/Edexcel National and Higher National diplomas in the following subjects:

  • Fashion design
  • 3D design
  • Graphic Design & Multimedia
  • Clothing merchandising
  • Information Technology
  • BBA
  • Apparel Merchandising


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External links

  • Official website

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