Center of Excellence in Higher Education
The First Private University in Bangladesh

Muhammad Asiful Basar [MAB2]

Full Time Faculty

M.Sc. In Asian Studies, Lund University, Sweden, 2010
M.A. in History, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2005
B.A. Honors in History, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2003

Phone: +8801932929639
Office: NAC 1028






Climate Change, Man-made destructions and the Loss of Rural Livelihood: A Story from Coastal Bangladesh, VDM Verlag Dr. Müller GmbH & Co. KG, ISBN Number: 978-3-639-32829-5


The Challenges to Food Security in Asia: Solutions for the Future?

Online publication to the Nordic Asia Research Community Journal Barha. See at

SUPRA scholarship, 2009, NIAS (Nordic Institute of Asian Studies) Copenhagen, Denmark.

Ali Ahmed Gold Medal, 2005, M.A examination of department of History, University of Dhaka.

Lund University, Centre for East and South-east Asian Studies, Sweden.

MSc in Asian Studies, June 2010. The program is interdisciplinary and provides an advanced knowledge on contemporary issues in Asia together with the analytical and methodological skills to assess social, economic and political developments in the region.

University of Dhaka, Department of History, Bangladesh.

BA (Honors) and MA in History, September 2003 and October 2005 respectively. The program covers wide ranging contents of ancient, medieval and contemporary world history along with interdisciplinary courses on Principle of Economics, Political Theories, Social Science and International Relations. 

Course on Project Management and Organizational Development at Malmö University (from September 1, 2010 to present).

The course deals with models and strategies for organizing projects and working with organizational development and challenges of sustainable development. So far I have completed 12 credits and planning to finish rest of the credits in due time.

PhD course on Water Governance organized by Lund university Centre of Excellence for Integration of Social and Natural Dimensions of Sustainability (LUCID), (from 20th of September 2010 to 23rd October 2010).

The course contains 7.5 academic credits and at the end of the course an essay was written on Desalination Prospect of Bangladesh.  

His 101: Bangladesh Heritage and Culture
His 202: History of Indo-Bangla

United Nation Volunteer, Since 2013
NIAS (Nordic Institute of Asian Studies), since 2009.
SASNET (Swedish South Asian Study Network, since 2008.
Bangladesh Itihas Samiti, Since 2006.

Economic History, Demographic History, South Asian Studies in General, Climate & Environmental discourse etc.