Ayat Skill Development Center maintains affiliation with many renown educational institutions specially with Presidency University, Metropolitan University, IBIT, American Alumni Association, Tie and many more.
An institution dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, training, and community services. Presidency University has been established with the aim of providing quality education to its students at the lowest possible expense. The emphasis is given on creating an institution dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, training, and community services. One of the main objectives is to develop human resources capable of understanding and facing the socio-economic needs of the country. The university shall also do everything possible to protect and promote Bangladeshi cultural heritage.
Metropolitan University was established in 2003 by an eminent social worker, Dr. Toufique Rahman Chowdhury with the approval of the Ministry of Education under the Private University Act, 1992 (amended in 1998). This is a social commitment of Metropolitan University mainly to our nation for promoting better education to meet the changing needs of the globe in the 21st century.
American Alumni Association
The AMERICAN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION (AAA) is an association of graduates of American Colleges and Universities in Bangladesh. The organization seeks to promote fellowship among American graduates, to assist members to develop careers that use their abilities and education, and to maintain a database of skills that can be furnished to domestic and international users. AAA plans to recognize members for significant achievements, give awards and scholarships, assist visiting representatives of American colleges and universities, and aid Bangladeshi students exploring the possibility of study in the United States. AAA also manages computer-based testing in Dhaka for students requiring TOEFL, GRE and U.S. Medical Licensing Examinations to apply to American universities. AAA is registered as a non-profit company under the companies act.