Center for the History of Global Development

Muhammad Abeed


Muhammad Abeed is currently a Master's student in International Relations at Shanghai University, where he has received full funding through the Chinese Government Scholarship (CSC). This prestigious scholarship was awarded to him based on a recommendation from the Ministry of Education, Bangladesh.

Before pursuing his studies in International Relations, Abeed majored in History and obtained both a B.A. (Honours) degree and an M.A. from the Department of History at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Throughout his academic career, he has actively participated in numerous co-curricular, social works, and voluntary activities, receiving several awards and certificates in recognition of his contributions to these efforts.
At present, Abeed's research focuses primarily on the impacts of climate change in Bangladesh. He is passionate about sustainable development and is particularly interested in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with a specific focus on goal no. 13, which is directly connected to global climate action. His research demonstrates a commitment to addressing the critical challenges facing our world today.

In addition to his academic pursuits, Abeed is an avid swimmer and reader with a passion for traveling and exploring different cultures. He is a multilingual person with knowledge of several languages, including English, Hindi, Arabic, and Bangla, and he is currently learning Mandarin Chinese.