MBBS in Bangladesh
Study MBBS in Bangladesh, the country with the highest passing rate for MCI Screening test or FMGE between 2012-14. Between 2015-18, Indian students again performed well in FMGE after studying MBBS in Bangladesh.
Being a neighbouring country of India, the cost and time for travel get greatly reduced. Studying in Bangladesh is almost similar to studying MBBS in India because of the following reasons:
- Identical Syllabus
- Same authors of books
- Similar Study Pattern
- Study of similar Diseases
- Similar Pattern of Examination
- Similar Duration of MBBS
Most colleges have hostel facility and Indian food facility available which makes Bangladesh the preferred destination for studying MBBS in abroad. This also ensures a greater level of security for the students and assures parents about the safety of their children. The medium of instruction is English which makes it very comfortable for the students.
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In this page, you will get to know about the following things about MBBS in Bangladesh:
Table of Contents
- MBBS in Bangladesh
- About MBBS in Bangladesh
- Life of Indian students while studying MBBS in Bangladesh
- Students sent by Global Medical Foundation
- Advantages of studying MBBS in Bangladesh
- MBBS in Bangladesh Eligibility 2020
- Study Pattern
- MBBS in Bangladesh Fee Structure:- MBBS in Bangladesh Fees 2020
- Why take admission through Global Medical Foundation?
- MBBS in Bangladesh is Recognised by:
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About MBBS in Bangladesh
Most students and parents are unaware of the fact that the highest FMGE passing percentage is from MBBS in Bangladesh and the difference between the FMGE pass ratio from Bangladesh and countries such as Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia, Russia, Kyrgyzstan is more than 10 per cent points in general. Global Medical Foundation‘s owner Shobhit Jayaswal has personally visited many colleges in Bangladesh and has met more than a thousand Indian students studying there. Through his discussions with the students, we can say that the best studies for an Indian student outside our country is from Bangladesh.
MBBS from Bangladesh – Highest FMGE (also known as MCI Screening Test) Pass Percentage (2012-14)
The biggest reason for such a great result after MBBS from Bangladesh is because the education/study pattern of India and Bangladesh is the same. Studying MBBS in Bangladesh is just like studying MBBS in India in the following respects:
- Similar Syllabus
- Same authors of medicine books
- Similar Duration
- Study of Same Diseases as disease pattern is similar
- Similar climate
- Similar Exam Pattern
Life of Indian students while studying MBBS in Bangladesh
The weather and culture of Bangladesh are the same as that of India. Food habits of people in Bangladesh are same as that of India. Indian food is easily available. Students going for MBBS in Bangladesh need not worry about food as both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food is easily accessible.
The language spoken in Bangladesh includes English, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic. A large number of Tamil, Hindi, Punjabi, Oriya, Gujarati and Marathi speaking students are already studying in Bangladesh.
All these factors not only make it easier for Indian students to get acclimatised but also give them a feeling of being at home.
Bangladesh is safe for girls and boys alike and being in a group of native Indians will make it easier to get help in case of an emergency. Being a dry nation (no alcohol country and drug consumption is illegal) adds up to the safety factor while alleviating the fears of the parents. Parents can breathe easy and have a peace of mind sending their son/daughter for MBBS in Bangladesh.
There is separate hostel facility for boys and girls in every college and there are women-only colleges too in Bangladesh.
Since getting admission in India is getting increasingly difficult year after year with the number of candidates ever increasing and the number of seats not being able to keep pace, MBBS in Bangladesh is the best alternative for Indian MBBS aspirants to get their MBBS degree from.
Students sent by Global Medical Foundation
Shobhit Jayaswal of Global Medical Foundation has personally visited and met Indian students from more than 20 colleges for MBBS in Bangladesh. Global Medical Foundation has sent many students to study MBBS in Bangladesh and will guide you with the best, complete and most genuine information about medical in Bangladesh. You can get admission in more than 30 colleges in Bangladesh through Global Medical Foundation.
Advantages of studying MBBS in Bangladesh
1. Language is English: The medium of Instruction while studying MBBS from Bangladesh is English. Since Indian students are good at English, it is easy for them to understand what is being taught. Just like India, people in Bangladesh are also good at English speaking. This is not the case for Russia and China where many colleges teach in the local language. Students will have to grasp Bengali too for clinical practice/hospital visits.
2. Indian Food Available: Indian food is available to the students in Bangladesh. The food available in Bangladesh is similar in taste to the food available in India. Getting healthy, tasty and nutritious food is very important for every person. The students can also cook food for themselves. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food is available. The students will get almost all the fruits and vegetables which are available in India.
3. Low cost of living: The cost of living in Bangladesh is very low. Cost of living includes things such as accommodation, food, travel. Hostel facility is made available to the students by the college itself. Cost of food is the lowest among all the MBBS abroad options available to Indian students. The Indian currency is stronger than Taka, the currency of Bangladesh.
The average cost of study MBBS in Bangladesh ranges between ₹24 Lakh to ₹30 Lakh. Students from many coutries come to Bangladesh for their medical studies. The affordable fees, efficient & effective medical education of Bangladesh makes it one of the most favoured destinations for India students.
* These are approximate figures, since the exchange rate changes very volatile and changes every second, you may contact our counsellors to know more about fees and living expenses.
5. Climate and Culture: The climate in Bangladesh is the same as in most Indian cities. The culture of Bangladesh is similar to that in India too, making it easier for Indian students to adjust there.
6. Recognition: All the colleges for MBBS Bangladesh where Global Medical Foundation is providing admission to are recognised by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
7. Safety & Security: Bangladesh is a safe place for Indian students. As most of the colleges provide hostel facility to its students, the safety of the students is ensured.
8. Low travelling cost: Most people prefer to study MBBS from Bangladesh as travelling is very easy. Daily flights and trains are available from India to Bangladesh and vice versa. Travelling cost is extremely low.
MBBS in Bangladesh Eligibility 2020
- The candidate must have a passport with minimum 6 months left before the date of expiration in order to get a visa for MBBS in Bangladesh.
- The student must be 17 years old or above on or before 31st December of the year in which the student is taking admission.
- A student will not be eligible to get admission for MBBS in Bangladesh if there is a gap of more than 2 years after class 12th or +2.
- If the student applies for admission in the current year, then he/she should have completed class 12th or passed class 12th in the current year or in the previous year. If the board conducts exam in 2018 but issues Passing Certificate in 2019, then also a student is eligible for taking admission.
- The student must have received the Passing Certificate (of class 12) in the current year (2020) or previous year (2019) only. If you fail to meet this criterion, then you will not be eligible to study MBBS in Bangladesh.
- The student must have cleared 10th standard in 2017 or 2018.
- Indian students must have Physics, Chemistry and Biology in class XI and XII.
- The student must have at least more than or equal to 60% aggregate marks in PCB in class 12th. The student must have more than 60% marks in Biology.
- Minimum aggregate GPA in SSC or equivalent & HSC or equivalent should be 8.00.
- Minimum GPA individually in SSC or equivalent & in HSC or equivalent should be 3.5
- Minimum GPA in biology in class 12th must be 3.5
- For calculation of GPA against the marks obtained in SSC or ‘O’ level or an equivalent exam, only the top 5 subjects are considered for calculation of GPA. Therefore, the GPA in ‘O’ level = The total marks obtained in the top 5 subjects ÷ 5.
- For calculation of GPA against the marks obtained in HSC/ ‘A’ level or an equivalent exam, only 3 subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) are considered for calculation of GPA.
- Qualifying Grade in each subject individually is “C”. Therefore, GPA in ‘A’ level = (total marks obtained in three subjects) ÷ 3.
- Also, all students now have to clear NEET exam from 2018 onwards. NEET result is valid for 3 years for MBBS abroad from 2018 onwards.
While studying MBBS from Bangladesh, the main emphasis is laid on developing the clinical base of the students. All colleges in Bangladesh have attached hospitals who have a large patient inflow. Shobhit Jayaswal of Global Medical Foundation personally visited colleges and their attached hospitals in Bangladesh. The study pattern of Bangladesh is similar to that of India and because of this, Indian students find is easier to clear FMGE. Bangladesh has the highest FMGE passing percentage. Here are some of the key points for MBBS in Bangladesh:
1. MBBS from Bangladesh course duration is of 5 years.
2. Compulsory rotatory internship of 1 year after 5 years of college. This can be done in India.
3. Semester system is followed in Bangladesh too. Each semester is of 6 months.
4. The MBBS course in Bangladesh is divided into 3 phases, namely- Pre-clinical phase, Para-clinical Phase and the Clinical Phase.
5. The medium of instruction is English. The students will also need to understand the Bengali language.
Study Phase Phase Duration Subjects Examination First Phase 1 year and 6 months 1. Anatomy
First Professional MBBS Second Phase 1 year 1. Community Medicine
2. Forensic Medicine
Second Professional MBBS Third Phase 1 year 1. Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Third Professional MBBS Fourth Phase 1 year and 6 months 1. Medicine & Allied Subjects
2. Surgery & Allied Subjects
3. Obstetrics & Gynecology
Final Professional MBBS
MBBS in Bangladesh Fee Structure:- MBBS in Bangladesh Fees 2020
Please check the individual college website in case of a mismatch. If there is any mismatch then there is no need to worry as the fees showed on the college’s official will be the amount you would pay as the tuition fee. Please call us in case you have any doubts: 9899065852.
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MBBS in Bangladesh Fee Structure 2020:
Name of College University Year Established Location Total Fees(for 5 years US $) Total Fees(for 5 years ₹) To be paid in 1st Year Remaining amount to be paid in 4 years. Hostel/Fooding Fee Approx. Budget With Fees + Hostel + Mess Bangladesh Medical College DU 1986 Dhaka US $45,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹31,50,000 (Only tuition fee) US $25,000 US $20,000 US $160/- per month for hostel. Food at actual cost. ₹40 lakh Z. H. Sikder Women's Medical College DU 1992 Dhaka US $40,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹28,00,000 (Only tuition fee) US $20,000 US $20,000 US $150/- per month for hostel and food. ₹35 lakh Tairunnessa Memorial Medical College DU 1992 Dhaka US $40,000 (Including hostel rent) ₹28,00,000 (Including hostel rent) US $14,000 US $26,000 Food at actual cost. ₹30 lakh Jahurul Islam Medical College DU 1992 Kishoreganj US $39,000 (Including hostel rent) ₹27,30,000 (Including hostel rent) US $16,200 US $22,800 Food at actual cost. ₹30 lakh Enam Medical College & Hospital DU 2003 Dhaka US $40,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹28,00,000 (Only tuition fee) US $20,000 US $20,000 Hostel fee US $ 100 per month.
Food at actual cost.
₹35 lakh Ad-Din Women's Medical College DU 2008 Dhaka US $38,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹26,60,000 (Only tuition fee) US $20,000 US $18,000 US $150/- per month for AC hostel and food. ₹33 lakh Dhaka National Medical College DU 1994 Dhaka US $48,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹33,60,000 (Only tuition fee) US $30,000 US $18,000 (Rest of the fees payable Every month from 1st month to last ) US $100/- per month for hostel and food. ₹38 lakh North-East Medical College SUST 1997 Sylhet US $40,000 (Including hostel rent) ₹28,00,000 (Including hostel rent) US $17,000 US $23,000 Food at actual cost. ₹30 lakh Green Life Medical Collge DU 2010 Dhaka US $40,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹28,00,000 (Only tuition fee) US $20,000 US $20,000 Hostel fee US $ 100 per month.
Food at actual cost.
₹34 lakh Southern Medical College CU 2006 Chittagong US $36,000 (Including hostel rent) ₹25,20,000 (Including hostel rent) US $18,000 US $18,000 Food at actual cost. ₹27 lakh Sylhet Women's Medical College SUST 2005 Sylhet US $38,000 (Including hostel rent) ₹26,60,000 (Including hostel rent) US $14,000 US $24,000 Food at actual cost. ₹29 lakh Anwer Khan Modern Medical College DU 2008 Dhaka US $44,000 (Including hostel rent) ₹30,80,000 (Including hostel rent) US $26,000 US $18,000 Food at actual cost. ₹33 lakh Kumudini Women's Medical College DU 2000 Tangail, Dhaka US $44,000 (Including Hostel rent) ₹30,80,000 (Including hostel rent) US $26,000 (Including Hostel rent) US $18,000 Food at actual cost. ₹33 lakh Jalalabad Ragib Rabeya Medical College SUST 1995 Sylhet US $42,950 (Including hostel rent) ₹30,06,500 (Including hostel rent) US $16,000 US $26,950 Food at actual cost. ₹32 lakh Universal Medical College DU 2014 Dhaka US $38,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹26,60,000 (Only tuition fee) US $16,000 US $22,000 Hostel & Food extra. ₹33 lakh Central Medical College CU 2005 Comilla US $37,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹25,90,000 (Only tuition fee) US $12,000 US $25,000 Hostel USD 500 per year, Food at actual cost. ₹30 lakh Mainamoti Medical College
CU 2011 Comilla US $38,000 (Including Hostel rent) ₹26,60,000 (Including hostel rent) US $12,000 US $26,000 Food at actual cost. ₹29 lakh TMSS Medical College Rajshahi University 2008 Bogra US $40,000 (Including hostel rent & food) ₹28,00,000 (Including hostel rent & food) US $20,000 US $20,000 - ₹28 lakh Dhaka Central International Medical College DU 2010 Dhaka US $39,000 ₹27,30,000 US $16,000 US $23,000 Food US $ 50 per month. ₹30 lakh Medical College for Women & Hospital DU 1992 Dhaka US $40,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹28,00,000 (Only tuition fee) US $22,000 US $24,000 Hostel & Food US $130/- per month. ₹33.50 lakh Popular Medical College DU 2010 Dhaka US $45,000 (Including Hostel fee) ₹31,50,000 (Including Hostel fee) US $20,000 US $25,000 Food at actual cost. ₹36 lakh International Medical College DU 2000 Gazipur US $42,000 (Including Hostel fee) ₹29,40,000 US $20,000 US $22,000 Food at actual cost. ₹33.50 lakh City Medical College DU 2012 Dhaka US$ 39,000 (Including hostel rent) ₹27,30,000 (Including hostel rent) US $16,000 US $23,000 US $50/- per month food. ₹30 lakh Monno Medical College DU 2011 Manikganj US $37,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹25,90,000 (Only tuition fee) US $17,000 US $20,000 Accommodation & Food extra. ₹32 lakh North Bengal Medical College RU US $34,000 (Including hostel rent) ₹23,80,000 (Including hostel rent) US $12,000 US $22,000 Food at actual cost. ₹26 lakh MH Samorita Medical College DU 2010 Dhaka US $42,000 (Including Hostel fee) ₹29,40,000 US $17,000 US $25,000 Food at actual cost. ₹31.50 lakh Rangpur Community Medical College RU 2008 Rangpur US$ 39,950 (Including hostel rent) ₹27,96,500 (Including hostel rent) US $14,190 US $25,760 Food at actual cost. ₹30 lakh Uttara Adhunik Medical College DU 2003 Dhaka US $44,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹30,80,000 US $20,000 US $24,000 Hostel $120/- per month & Food extra. ₹38 lakh Holy Family Red Cresent Medical College DU 1998 Dhaka US $50,250 (Only tuition fee) ₹35,17,500 (Only tuition fee) US $28,250 US $22,000 Accommodation & Food extra. ₹42 lakh East-West Medical College DU 2000 Dhaka US $45,000 (Only tuition fee) ₹31,50,000 (Only tuition fee) US $20,000 US $25,000 Hostel USD 50 per month, Food at actual cost. ₹36 lakh
US $ 1 = ₹70 is used for calculation above. Kindly use the current exchange rates for calculation of fees.
- Chittagong University (C.U)
- Dhaka University (D.U)
- Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST)
Why take admission through Global Medical Foundation?
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We help our clients in the successful completion of all the necessary documentation.
Keeping in mind how tough and difficult it is to get a seat for doing MBBS in India, we at Global Medical Foundation provides step-to-step guidance through our professional system so that students can achieve their dreams and study in top Universities at a minimum cost. Our consultancy ensures that the future of the student is not compromised.
Global Medical Foundation charges are the lowest and we are based in the capital city of Delhi. We also have an office in Kolkata. It is to be noted that you will be able to take admission through us no matter where you are in India. Our years of experience in this field makes us the best and we ensure you get the right information.
Our main aim is to help the student take the best decision through our professional dealing, best consultants and widespread network all across India.
Its a moment of pride for us when a student sent by us becomes a doctor. We know we are contributing to a better tomorrow.
MBBS in Bangladesh is Recognised by:
The Medical Council of India recognises the following Universities for MBBS in Bangladesh:
The Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BM&DC) is a statutory body with the responsibility of establishing and maintaining high standards of medical education and recognition of medical qualifications in Bangladesh. It registers doctors to practice in Bangladesh, in order to protect and promote the health and safety of the public by ensuring proper standards in the practice of medicine.
Role of BM&DC-
As a regulatory authority in Medical and Dental sector in Bangladesh role played by BM&DC are as below:
1.Recognition of Medical and Dental Qualifications granted by Medical and Dental Institutions in Bangladesh.
2. Recognition of Medical and Dental Qualification granted by Institutes outside Bangladesh.
3. Setting of scheme of reciprocity with foreign Medical and Dental Councils for recognition of Medical and Dental Qualifications.
4. Amendment of Schedules.
5. Registration of Medical and Dental Practitioners.
6. Registration of Medical Assistants.
7. Inspection of Medical and Dental Intuitions.
8. Withdrawal of recognition of Medical and Dental Institutions.
9. Maintenance of Registers of Medical & Dental Practitioners.
10. Maintenance of Registers of Medical Assistants.
11. Publications of Registered Medical Practitioners.
12. Penalty for fraudulent representations of registration.
13. Action against use of false title, etc. by registered Medical and Dental Practitioners.
14. Removal of names from registers of Medical & Dental Practitioners.
15. Action against persons not registered under the Act.
16. Approval of Journals published by different organisations/ Association.
17. The management of the property of the Council and the maintenance and audit of its accounts.
18. Prescribing a uniform minimum standard of courses of training for obtaining graduate and post-graduate medical and dental qualifications to be included or included respectively in the First, Third and Fifth Schedules.
19. Prescribing minimum requirements for the content and duration of courses of study as aforesaid.
20. Prescribing the conditions for admission to courses of training as aforesaid.
21. Prescribing minimum qualifications and experience required of teachers for appointment in medical and dental institutions.
22. Prescribing the standards of examinations, methods of conducting the examinations and other requirements to be satisfied for securing recognition of medical and dental qualifications under Medical & Dental Council Act. 1980.
23. Prescribing the qualifications and experience required of examiners for professional examinations in medicine and dentistry antecedent to the granting of recognised medical and dental qualifications and
24. Registrations of medical or dental students at any medical or dental college or school or any University and the fees payable in respect of such registration.
BM&DC recognised medical colleges–
Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka
Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka
Shahed Suhrawardi Medical College, Dhaka
Mymensingh Medical College
Chittagong Medical College, Chittagong
Sher-E-Bangla Medical college, Barisal
M.A.G. Osmani Medical College, Sylhet
Rajshahi Medical College, Rajshahi
Faridpur Medical College, Faridpur
Shahabuddin Medical College, Gulshan,Dhaka.
University of science and technology chittagong (USTC)
Islami Bank Medical College, Rajshahi
Ibn Sina Medical College, 1/1-B, Kallyanpur, Mirpur, Dhaka
Bangladesh Medical College
Monno Medical College
Dhaka National Medical College
Dr. Sirajul Islam Medical College
Medical College for Women & Hospital, Uttara, Dhaka
Somaj Vittik Medical College, P.O.-Mirjanagar, Via Savar Cantt., Dhaha-1344
Jahurul Islam Medical College
Holy Family Medical College, New Eskaton, Moghbazar, Dhaka
Community Based Medical College,Bangladesh, Mymensingh
Z. H. Sikder Women’s Medical College, Dhaka
Shaheed Monsur Ali Medical College, Uttara, Dhaka
Kumudini Women’s Medical College, Mirzapur, Tangail
Ibrahim Medical College, 122, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Shahbagh, Dhaka
Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College, 1, Eskaton Garden Road, G.P.O. Box- 81, Dhaka
International Medical College,Sataish Bazar, Gushulia, Tangi, Gazipur
East West Medical College,Aichi Nagar, JBCS Sarani, Horirampur, Turag, Dhaka-1230
Enam Medical College, 9/3, Parbotti Nagar, Thana Road,Savar, Dhaka
Shahabuddin Medical College, House No. 15-16, Road No. 113/A, Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212
Armed Forces Medical College, Dhaka Cantonment, Dhaka-1206 [Under Ministry of Defense]
Uttara Adhunik Medical College, House No-34, Road No-4, Sector-9, Sonargaon, Janapath, Uttara Model Town, Uttara, Dhaka-1230
Comilla Medical College, Comilla
Noakhali Medical College, Noakhali
Cox’s Bazar Medical College, Cox’s Bazar
Central Medical College, Comilla Tower, Laksham Road, Comilla
Eastern Medical College, Race Course, Comilla New Campus, Kabila, Dhaka Chittagong High Way, Comilla
B.G.C Trust Medical College, BGC Biddyangar, Chandanaish, Chittagong
Khulna Medical College, Khulna
Shaheed Zaiur Rahman Medical College, Bogra
Dinajpur Medical College, Dinajpur
Pabna Medical College, Pabna
North Bengal Medical College, J.C. Road, Dhanleandi, Sirajgonj.
Khwaja Yunus Ali Medical College, Enayetpur, Sirajgonj.
Jalalabad Ragib Rabeya Medical College, Ragib Rabeya Medical College Road, Pathantuly, Sylhet.
North East Medical College, South Surma, Sylhet
Sylhet Womens Medical College, Mirboxtola, Naya Sadak, Sylhet
Institute of Applied Health Science (IAHS), Foy’s Lake, Post Box-1079, Chittagong.
Chattagram Maa-O-Shishu Hospital Medical College, Agrabad, Chittagong-4100.
Delta Medical College, 26/2, Darussalam Road,Mirpur-1,Dhaka-1216
Southern Medical College & Hospital, Muzaffar Ahmed chy. Road:East Nasirabad, Khulshi, P.O.-Polytechnic, Chittagong-4209
Ad-din Women’s Medical College, 2, Bara Maghbazar, Dhaka-1217
Tayerunnessa Memorial Medical College, Konia (Targach), Board Bazar, Gazipur
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