Bangladesh (officially called People's Republic of Bangladesh) is a neighbouring country of India. In its west is the West Bengal State. To its northeast is North East India and to its southeast is the country of Myanmar. Bangladesh's capital and largest city is Dhaka (formerly "Dacca"). Apart from India the countries that are near Bangladesh includeChina, Bhutan and Nepal. To the south of Bangladesh is the Bay of Bengal.
Bangladesh became an independent country in 1971, breaking away from Pakistan after fighting a war in which over a million people died. Most people in Bangladesh are Muslims. Bangladesh has an area of 57,320 mi² or (142,576 km²). It ranks 92 out of 195 sovereign countries by area.
For much of its history, Bangladesh was simply the eastern part of Bengal and was considered a part of India. The Bengal delta has been ruled by Hindu rulers, Muslim rulers, and the British empire. The culture is exactly like in Indian and one gets a feeling of staying in another in Indian state.
Presently Bangladesh is one of the most popular destinations for students from countries like India, Nepal, etc, for MBBS. The MBBS degree in Bangladesh is quite affordable as compared to other medical universities in the world. The average cost of MBBS in Bangladesh is between Rs 30 lakh -40 lakhs. The cost of living in Bangladesh is also low.
The MBBS program in Bangladesh is globally recognized by various medical councils of the world. Top Medical Colleges of Bangladesh are recognized by the Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BM&DC) and approved by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The colleges are are listed with World Directory of Medical Schools and certified by ECFMG, registered with FAIMER, and empanelled with the erstwhile MCI. Students who graduate from the medical colleges of Bangladesh are eligible to practice medicine in any country in the world after qualifying the country’s Licensure examination.
Bangladesh offers very good quality education to all medical aspirants. The medium of teaching is English and the environment is the same as in India. Other than academics,the colleges encourage and organize extracurricular activities to enhance and improve the quality of the student life. Thus, Bangladesh has become the most preferred destination for medical education. This is the only country offering Women’s medical colleges and thus are very safe for students. Every year more than 2,000 Indian students join the medical colleges in Bangladesh from different state of India. The degree awarded is MBBS which is same as in India. The duration of study is 5 years plus one year of internship. Since the medical colleges are attached with hospitals having 500+beds the students get hands on practical training during the internship year.
MBBS & BDS eligibility requirement is a bit difficult to understand compared to other countries but otherwise the total process is easy & visa will be 100% confirmed. What you need to do is meet the deadlines given by the Bangladesh High Commission/Embassy, Colleges & Bangladesh government.
Candidate must have Valid Passport
Applicant must pass his/her 10th, O level or equivalent not before 3 years
Applicant must pass his/her 12th, A level or equivalent not before 1 year
In 12th standard the student must have studied Physics, Chemistry & Biology. In Biology, the percentage should be at least 60% (i.e., 60 out of 100) otherwise the student is not eligible.
Applicant's score must be at least 3.00 out of 5 in 10th exams.
Applicant's score must be at least 3.00 out of 5 in 12th exams.
Applicant's score must be at least 7.00 out of 10 in 10th & 12th exams as per current rule.
Enam Medical College, Dhaka
Anwer Khan Modern Medical College
Popular Medical College
International Medical College
Zainul Haque Sikder Women’s Medical College & Hospital
Gonoshasthaya Shomajvittik Medical College
Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College
Monno Medical College
Kumudini Women's Medical College
Bangladesh Medical College
Dhaka National Medical College
Popular Medical College
Green Life Medical College, Dhaka
Jahurul Islam Medical College
Medical College of Women & Hospital
Tairunnessa Medical College
Southern Medical College
Central Medical College
Mainamoti Medical College
North Bengal Medical College
Sylhet Women's Medical College
Jalalabad Ragib-Rabeya Medical College.
North East Medical College
TMSS Medical College