Samiyah Haque has completed her BS in Economics in 2016 and has simultaneously completed a second major in Finance from North South University. As a young student, she was always interested in mathematics, statistics and analytics, which primarily attracted her to study economics and finance in her undergraduate life. She has been an active member of NSU Finance Club, where she participated in a number of workshops and events relating to Financial Modelling and other financial market problems.
In April 2017, she has completed and presented her very first academic research paper titled “Foreign direct investment, trade openness and economic growth in the presence of macroeconomic stability: Empirical evidence from Bangladesh”, which was jointly written by herself and Dr. Sakib Bin Amin, in the 7th Global Business Research Conference in Dhaka. After Graduation, Samiyah has also completed a short course on Financial Modelling from Professional Finance Studies (PFS). Being a student of Economics, she is keen on learning new things and digging in to the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of things, exploring and bringing forward new ideas related to anything that interests her. In the future, she plans on working in the field of research as well as pursue higher studies in Economics.