TÜV SÜD Bangladesh world’s one of the leading training, testing, inspection and certification company, has signed an agreement with ACT Inc. to provide students in the country with greater access to the ACT® test and ACT test prep materials. ACT is trusted as an American non-profit organisation in college and career readiness, providing high-quality assessments grounded in nearly 60 years of research.
Under the agreement, TÜV SÜD Bangladesh will administer the ACT® test to students across Bangladesh, as well as provide students with access to ACT-produced programs and materials that will help them better prepare for the exam. The move will expand the number of ACT test centers available to Bangladesh students.
American universities rely on ACT scores to help them see which applicants are best prepared to succeed on their campuses, so doing well on the ACT test can be extremely helpful to international students who wish to study in the US.
“We are very excited to be joining forces with TÜV SÜD to provide Bangladesh students with greater access to the ACT test and to US universities,” said ACT Chief Commercial Officer, Suzana Delanghe. “American universities rely on ACT scores to help them see which applicants are best prepared to succeed on their campuses, so doing well on the ACT test can be extremely helpful to international students who wish to study in the US.”
Speaking at the announcement, Ezhilan N., Country Head, TÜV SÜD Bangladesh said, “The ACT assessment test sets international students up for success during their stint in campuses across the United States of America. Bangladesh has great potential in terms of the number of the students accepted in American universities. The country ranks 11th globally for graduate students and 26th for undergraduate students studying in the United States. We are thrilled to partner with ACT Inc to help them expand their test centers and be a catalyst in helping students from Bangladesh realise their American dream.”
TÜV SÜD is expected to begin administering the ACT exam in Bangladesh later this year