MBBS in Bangladesh is one of the best options, majorly because of the quality of Education in Medical universities in Bangladesh and the fee is also on the lower end compared to other countries for MBBS courses. Many international students travel from around the world to complete their Medical Degree of MBBS from Bangladesh; countries like India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, UAE, the Middle East, Saudi Arabia, Maldives, and Thailand too.
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MBBS in Bangladesh offers students the opportunity to learn the field of medicine in an affordable and convenient way.
For Indian students, the MBBS program in Bangladesh is a fantastic option because it offers medical training at 25 public medical universities and 50 private universities. It is one of the more affordable MBBS programmes available to Indian nationals abroad.
For admission to an MBBS programme in Bangladesh, students must meet the government of Bangladesh’s qualifying requirements. They select the top students based on Bangladesh’s eligibility requirements, which raises the standard of MBBS in Bangladesh. In addition to quality, another benefit of MBBS in Bangladesh is its low cost. Due to SAARC quota admission requirements, MBBS tuition rates are extremely low at colleges in Bangladesh.
The following table would help the students with a quick overview of the MBBS degree in Bangladesh:
|MBBS in Bangladesh||Highlights|
|Intake for MBBS Course||JAN|
|MBBS Duration||5 years + 1-Year Internship|
|Internship||Yes Bangladesh Internship is valid in India|
|Eligibility Criteria||Min 60% in PCB/7 GPA, 10+2 passed in 2019 and 2020 only|
|Total Package||Rs 23 Lac to Rs 40 Lac, including hostel|
|NEET requirement||NEET Qualified|
|College Affiliations||Universities of Dhaka, Rajshahi, Chittagong etc|
|Medical Colleges approved by||MCI and WHO|
|Medium of Instructions||Fully English|
|Distance from India||40 to 50 minutes by flight from Kolkata|
|Food||Some food same as in India|
|Basis||MBBS In Bangladesh||MBBS In India|
|Availability of seat||MBBS Bangladesh has unlimited seats with a 25% reservation for Indian students.||There are a limited number of MBBS seats available in India.|
|Structure of fees||Starting costs for MBBS in Bangladesh are 20 lakhs.||Government college costs for MBBS in India range from INR 11,000 to INR 7.5 lakhs (complete course) |
Private colleges cost between 20 and 80 lakh rupees (complete course)
|Duration of the course||The MBBS programme in Bangladesh lasts six years, including one internship year.(5+1 year internship)||In India, the MBBS programme lasts 5.5 years (4.5 years of academic study plus a year of internship).|
The (5) five-year MBBS program is followed by an optional one-year internship that is based on a logbook for international students. Indian doctors who pass the FMGE/NeXT (MCI/NMC Screening Test) choose to complete a 1-year internship or traineeship in India.
|Particulars||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4||Year 5|
|Tuition Fee (approx.)||$10,480||$10,480||$10,480||$10,480||$10,480|
|Fees in Indian Rupees||Rs.7.34 Lakhs||Rs.7.34 Lakhs||Rs.7.34 Lakhs||Rs.7.34 Lakhs||Rs.7.34 Lakhs|
The fee structure for studying Medicine in Bangladesh from different universities are given below, however, these tuition fees are approximate rates:
|Name of college||Total Tuition with Hostel of 5 years(In US Dollar)||Total Tuition with Hostel of 5 years(In Indian Rs.)|
|Parkview Medical College, Sylhet||USD 32000||INR 2,240,000|
|Ad-Din Women’s Medical College, Dhaka||USD 45,000||INR 3,150,000|
|Marks Medical College, Dhaka||USD 37,000||INR 2,405,000|
|Sylhet Women’s Medical College, Sylhet||USD 38,000||INR 2,660,000|
|Mainamoti Medical College, Comila||USD 38,000||INR 2,660,000|
|Dr. Sirajul islam Medical College,Dhaka||USD 40,000||INR 2,800,000|
|Medical college for women and Hospital, Dhaka||USD 50,800||INR 3,556,000|
|IBN Sina Medical College, Dhaka||USD 40,000||INR 2,600,000|
|TMMS, R.U, Bogra||USD 40,000||INR 2,800,000|
|Eastern Medical College, Comilla||USD 41,500||INR 2,905,000|
|North East Medical College, Sylhet||USD 40,000||INR 2,800,000|
|Jalalabad Ragib Rabeya Medical College, Sylhet||USD 43,000||INR 3,010,000|
|Kumudini Women’s Medical College, Tangail||USD 43,100||INR 3,017,000|
|Anwer Khan Modern Medical College, Dhaka||USD 44,000||INR 3,080,000|
|Shahabuddin Medical College, Dhaka||USD 43,000||INR 3,010,000|
The following list of MCI/NMC-approved medical schools in Bangladesh offers degrees that are recognized in India. The colleges listed below have received accreditation from the National Medical Commission, the WHO, and other reputable medical organizations.
According to the National Medical Commission (NMC), formerly known as the Medical Council of India, and recognized by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BM&DC), the course and curriculum for 5 (five) academic years will be the same in all Bangladesh Universities (MCI)
The MBBS program is subdivided into 4 phases-
|1st Phase||1.5 year||Anatomy||First Professional|
|2nd Phase||1-year||Community Medicine||Second Professional|
|3rd Phase||1-year||Pharmacology & Therapeutics||Third Professional|
|4th Phase||1.5 year||Medicine and Allied subjects||Final Professional|
|Surgery and Allied subjects|
|Obstetrics and Gynaecology|
There are more than 7000+ Indians studying MBBS in Bangladesh. Every year more than 1250+ students arrive in Bangladesh to pursue their future dreams.
After completing a 5-year MBBS Programme from Bangladesh, You can apply for your internship in India or Bangladesh as well.
NEET is required to study MBBS in Bangladesh or any other countries since 2018.
No, you have a student visa and are in the country to study. With a student visa, you cannot and should not work.
Yes, as long as the degree comes from a university that has been approved by the National Medical Commission, it is acceptable in India.