Medical Education in Bangladesh
A large range of international students apply to prime medical universities in Bangladesh per year. When it comes to Indian students, it is the nearest, cheapest, culturally same and safest destination for Indian MBBS students.
For students from countries like India, Nepal, etc., Bangladesh has become a hot destination. The medical universities in Bangladesh are approved and recognized by the NMC, WHO, ECFMG – Education Council for Foreign Medical Graduates, USA, FAIMER’s IMED, ACGME, MCC – Medical Council of Canada, etc.
Presently, there are 83 medical colleges in Bangladesh, out of which 29 are public and the rest are private medical colleges.
The standard, quality and pattern of medical education in Bangladesh are more or less similar to Indian medical education and can be much better than so called developed countries like China, Russia, Philippines and Ukraine. India and Bangladesh form of medical education have greater emphasis on clinical base.
The MBBS in Bangladesh are comprised of 5 years and are followed by compulsory rotatory internship of one year which can be do in your own country, subject to concerned country’s medical council. The MBBS programs follow semester pattern and each semester consists of six months. The MBBS course in Bangladesh is divided in to three parts:
MBBS fees in Bangladesh for Indian students are very affordable. MBBS fees for top medical colleges or universities in Bangladesh is between 40-45 lakhs including accommodation and food. These fees can vary depending on the college you study in Bangladesh. . All the medical universities of Bangladesh have Indian mess in their hostels that offers healthy, tasty and nutritive veg and non-veg Indian food to all or any the scholars at pocket-friendly budgets.
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