FAQ.

Social Business Course

First of all you have to make online registration. After getting a mobile conformation you need to pay through office cash booth of Social Business Cell, DIU. bCash payment is accepted Please see the instruction given in register option at our web site.
Submit your preliminary information through online registration. . After getting mobile conformation you need to pay the registration fee. Your registration is done! Download the enrollment form from download option located in our web site. Submit the enrollment form with one copy of passport size photo at the day of orientation.
Yes, you would need a valid visa to enter Bangladesh. Apply early to make sure you get it on time. Procedures for applicants vary from country to country so please contact your nearest Bangladesh High Commission or embassy to find out about the visa procedures. If you need the invitation letter, please register at the course first and than request for visa invitation letter.
Most of the resource person will from Grameen Family as well as several Managing Directors of Different Grameen Organizations. Rather than Grameen few social business expert from several University will take classes.
No, but you will meet with him during Social Business Design Lab event which is a part of the course.
Yes, but it's not certain. It's based on his availability.
On the other hand you may meet with him during Certificate Giving Ceremony after the completion of the course (depends on his availability)
Subscribe the Facebook event of Social Business Students Forum. You will get notification. On the other hand you can mail to sb@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd for getting information notification.
No, we can help get a standard accommodation and food arrangement on payment.
There will be 12 Classes.
There will be two classes in a single week.
Yes, there will be twelve classes. It will also involve speakers including expertise from Grameen family of social businesses who will give students an opportunity to learn from their experiences and stories. In addition the class attendance carries 20% mark.
No, it's a non credit course.