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Helping You Amplify Your Global Reach
Executive Trade International
Executive Trade International has been sending students to abroad for almost 2 decades successfully. We have so far partnered up with more than 150 universities and colleges from 6 countries which are Australia, Canada, UK, USA, Malaysia and Ireland. We launch events every month upon university partner request and ask them for a university representative to visit us during these events so that students can get first hand information.
We do academic and background check extensively for every students that we send abroad so university partners don’t have to worry about doing any of that since it is handled from our side.
Ways to Get In Touch With Us
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Dhanmondi, Dhaka 1209, Bangladesh.
Why Our Partners Said
Why Choose Us?
We believe the numbers will do more than words can
Years of Experience
We've believed in progress since 2001
We started with humble beginnings.
We had successfully partnered with 100+ universities.
We've added 100+ more partners and have sent over 15,000 students to our partnered universities.
We aim to be the highest achieving institution in the southeast asia.
What Our Partners Say
Don't take our word, take theirs.
"Executive Trade International is part of the success of Macquarie University over the years by assisting in recruiting high quality students and researchers from Bangladesh. Executive Trade International has highly professional and skilled counselors for advising students as per individual circumstances."
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"ETI is Thompson Rivers University’s long-term recruitment partner in Bangladesh. During our working relationship, I have found the ETI team to be very professional and a great pleasure to work with. ETI has demonstrated very student-centered service model, the personalized service has led to the creation of long lasting and positive relationships with their students."