The University has a fairly well stocked central library located at House # 74/A/(9th Floor), Green Road, Dhaka–1205, Bangladesh. Adequate facilities exist with large number of text books (currently more than 12000), Journals and periodicals for study in the reading room of the library in a quiet and congenial environment. A number of local daily newspaper and international news magazine are also subscribed for the benefit of student. The library is being enriched day by day. Student can borrow book from the library. There are also CD library for the students.
In addition to the central library the department of law and human rights has own seminar library. In the seminar, books and journals are available.
Moot Court Lab
School of Law in-houses a Moot Court lab for students to practice pleading in the courtroom setting. Mooting has been an effective teaching methodology to enhance student’s standard on trial advocacy and case representation.
The simulation practice has contributed in preparing students to participate in the national, regional and international moot court competition.
Website and internet Facility
University of Asia Pacific (the UAP) provides twenty- four high speed internet facility to its student. All the computers of lab and other than places of each department of UAP are connected under a LAN and high- speed internet line. There is a website of the UAP that contains important information about faculty members, ongoing research, admission, faculty search, exam of UAP etc which is updated each week and URL is www.uap-bd.edu. Each student of the UAP is given an individual e-mail account at the uap-bd.edu domain that recognizes the UAP student. Student can submit their assignment through internet. The internet facilities provide to five department of the UAP and two hundred users can browse simultaneously.
The University runs a well- equipped Medical Centre for medical consultant, free of cost for students. The University has its own canteen, which provides hygienic foods at reasonable cost for the students, faculty members and staff. In the near future, the University plans to provide transport facilities for students and also to provide residential facility, especially for female students.