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Why you should choose Bangladesh to study MBBS?

By: Career Marg Team | on November 28, 2023

Medical professionals in Bangladesh are highly respected and paid well. They are also in high demand, which makes it easier for a student to find a job after graduation. There are many reasons why you should study MBBS in Bangladesh. While working in the field, it is important to know that there are many opportunities available to you.

MBBS is the abbreviation of a medical doctor. It is a medical degree that requires students to study in a hospital and learn surgical and medical treatment. The students also have to take a test called the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET), conducted by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC).

Bangladesh is one of the most popular options for better MBBS programs. It’s not only cost-effective but also gives students access to quality healthcare facilities that are available at low cost. This is why there are a lot of students who want to study in this country and get a quality education.

Studying MBBS in Bangladesh: A Platform for Career Opportunities. 
If you want an MBBS degree, then Bangladesh is one of the countries which is active for students who want to pursue careers in the medical field. Also, studying and staying in a country like Bangladesh is economical for students. Here’re some reasons. 

MBBS Fees Structure of Bangladesh Medical Colleges for Foreign Students 2022-2023

The MBBS Fee Structure of Top recommended Private Medical Colleges of Bangladesh is as follows bellow:  

College NameTotal PackageIndian

Tairunnessa Memorial Medical College
Targas Kunia,  Board Bazar, Gazipur 

43000 USD32 Lakh (Appx)
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Enam Medical College 

Parbatinagar, Thana Road, Savar, Dhaka 

 50000 USD 
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Dhaka National Medical College
53/1 Jonson Road, Dhaka 
 48000 USD 
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Bangladesh Medical College
Road # 14/A, Dhanmondi, Dhaka 
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Jahurul Islam Medical College
Bhagalpur, Bajitpur, Kishoreganj 
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Medical College for Women and Hospital
Rd#8-9, Sect-1, Uttara Model Town, Dhaka 
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Community-Based Medical College
161, K.B Ismail Road, Mymensingh 
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Kumudini Medial College
Mirjapur, Tangail 
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International Medical College
Satais Bazar, Gushuli, Tongi, Gazipur  
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Universal Medical College
Peacock Square, New Airport Road, Dhaka   
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Chattagram Ma O Shishu Medical College
Agrabad, Chottogram 
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East-West Medical College
Turag, Dhaka 
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Monno Medical College,
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Khwaja Yunus Medical College,
Enayetpur, Sirajganj 
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Green Life Medical College,
Dhanmondi, Dhaka 
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Rangpur Community Medical College,
Medical East Gate, Rangpur
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Eastern Medical College, Race Course
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Mainamoti Medial College,
Baropara, Comilla 
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Ad-Din Women Medical College,
Bora Mogbazar, Dhaka 
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Dhaka Community Medical College,
190/Boro Mogbazar, Dhaka 
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Jalalabad Ragib Rabeya Medical College,
Pathan Tola, Sylhet 
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Sylhet Women Medical College,
Mirbox Tolla, Sylhet 
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Popular Medical College,
R#2, H#25, Dhanmondi, Dhaka 
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Barind Medical College,
Sher Sha Road, Laksumpur, Rajshahi 
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US Bangla Medical College,
Rupgonj, Narayangonj 
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Brahmanbaria Medical College,
Ghatura, Brahmanbaria 
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Marine City Medical College & Hospital,
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TMSS Medical College,
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Anwar Khan Modern Medical College,
Dhanmondi, Dhaka 
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IBN Sina Medical College,
H#48, Rd#9/A, Satmoshjid Road, Dhanmondi, Dhaka 
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Z. H Sikder Women Medical College,
Monica Estate, Western Dhanmondi, Dhaka 
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Central Medical College,
Comilla Tower, Laksham Road, Comilla 
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Prime Medical College,
Pirjabad, Rangpur 
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Abdul Hamid Medical College & Hospital,
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Holy Family Red Cresent Medical College,
1 Eskaton Garden Road, Dhaka 
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Dr.Sirajul Islam Medial College,
Mogbazar, Dhaka 
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North Bengal Medial  College,
JC Road, Dhanbandi, Sirajganj 
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Parkview Medical College & Hospital,
Taltola, VIP Road, Sylhet 
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MH Samorita Medical College,
113 Tejgaon, Love Road, Dhaka 
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Dhaka Central International Medical College,
2/1 Ring Road, Shamoli, Dhaka 
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Marks Medical College,
Mirpur, Dhaka 
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City Medical College,
Ita Hata, Block-B, Tangail Road, Gazipur 
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Ashiyan Medical College,
Gulshan-2, Dhaka 
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Bikrampur Bhuiyan’s Medical College & Hospital,
Srinagar, Munshiganj 
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Southern Medical College,
 East Nasirabad, Chittagong
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Samaj Vittic Medical College,
Mirza Nagar, Via-Savar Cantt, Dhaka 
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Shaheed Monsur Ali Medical College,
Plot #26, Rd-10, Sect-11, Uttara, Dhaka 
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BGC Trust Medical College,
Kanchan Nagar, Chittagong 
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Islamic Bank Medical College,
Nowdapara, Safura, Airport Road, Rajshahi 
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Chattagram Ma O Shishu Medical College,
Agrabad, Chottogram 
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Uttara Adhunik Medical College,
Uttara, Dhaka 
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Ad-din Sakina Medical College,
15, Rail Road, Jessore 
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Gazi Medical College,
Sona Danga, Khulna 
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Addin Akij Medical College,
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Khulna City Medical College,
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Northern International Medical College,
H#81, R#7, Dhanmondi, Dhaka 
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North East Medical College,
South Surma, Sylhet 
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Ibrahim Medical College,
Ibrahim Sarani, Segun Bagicha, Dhaka 
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Shahabuddin Medical College,
Rd#113/A, Plot#12, Gulshan Model Town, Dhaka 
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Care Medical College,
2/1-A Iqbal Road, Mohammadpur, Dhaka 
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Shah Makhdum Medical College,
Boalia, Rajshahi 
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Monowarasikder Medical College
Vedergonj, Shariyatpur 
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Aichi Medical College,
Plot-35/37, Sector-8, Abdullahpur, Uttara, Dhaka 
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United Medical College,
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Delta Medical College,
Mirpur, Dhaka 
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Chattagram International Medical College
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Institute of Applied Health Sciences,
Foy's Lake, Chittagong 
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Why you should choose Bangladesh to study MBBS

  • The cost of living in Bangladesh is low and the quality of life is high.
  • here are many job opportunities in this country as well.
  • Its easier to find jobs when you have studied MBBS here than when you have studied elsewhere.
  • The standard of living of the people here is high which means they can afford to give their children a good education.
  • You can save your money by studying abroad, but its difficult to save money.
    if you study in Bangladesh due to the low standard of living here.

The Pros of Studying MBBS in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a country that has made medical science accessible to everyone. It has a huge population and access to affordable medical education making it is one of the best places for students to study. Students in Bangladesh can get a quality education that is affordable and they have a variety of options when it comes to choosing their course. There are several universities in Bangladesh that offer MBBS courses at affordable prices.

As Bangladesh ranks among the top countries with respect to healthcare, there are numerous opportunities for students who want to pursue a career in medicine. The demand for doctors and nurses is high, so there are plenty of job opportunities waiting for them after graduation. There are also many benefits to Study MBBS in Bangladesh like low tuition fees and affordable living expenses.

How to Apply for Medical College in Bangladesh

Medical College admission in Bangladesh is highly competitive. It is not easy to get into medical College in Bangladesh. Many factors contribute to an applications success, including personal statement, 10th & 12th GPA required for admission. 

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Eligibility criteria for admission to the MBBS course 2021-22:

  • Must have passed Qualifying examination (HSC/'A') or equivalent examination.
  • SSC/'O' level or equivalent examination be passed 3 years of HSC/'A' level or equivalent.
  • HSC/ 'A' or equivalent examination be passed in 2021/ 2020.
  • Minimum aggregate GPA in SSC 'O' level or equivalent and HSC / 'A' level or equivalent examination: 8 GPA
  • Minimum GPA in SSC/ 'O' level or equivalent and HSC / 'A' level or equivalent examination: 3GPA
  • Minimum GPA in Biology: 3.5 
  • For calculation of GPA against the marks obtained in SC/ 'O' level or equivalent exam, only the top 5
    subjects are considered. Therefore, GPA in "O' levcl= (total marks obtained in top five subjectsy5.
    The optional subject shall be considered if GPA is below 5 (five)
    For calculation of GPA against the marks obtained in HSC/'A' level or equivalent exam, only 3 subjects
    (Physics. Chemistry and Biology) are considered for calculation GPA. Qualifying Grade in each subject
    individually is 'C'. Therefore, GPA in 'A' level = (total marks obtained in three subjects)/3.


  • 10th Mark/Grade sheet
  • 10th Admit Card/Hall ticket sheet
  • 10th Passing Certificate
  • 12th Mark/grade sheet
  • 12th Admit Card/Hall ticket sheet
  • 12th Passing Certificate
  • School leaving certificate (Testimonial)
  • Copy of Passport
  • Equivalency Certificate* (Most Important)
  • Two passport-size photographs of the applicant
  • Students must have a NEET scorecard which signifies that the student has qualified for NEET with how much percentage.

Note: All documents must be attested by the foreign ministry & Bangladesh High Commission of your country.


The MBBS course is divided into 4 phases

The MBBS course is divided into 4 phases

1st Phase1½ Year1. Anatomy
2. Physiology
3. Biochemistry
First Professional
MBBS Examination
2nd Phase1 Year1. Community Medicine
2. Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
Second Professional MBBS Examination
3rd Phase1 Year1. Microbiology
2. Pathology
3. Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Third Professional MBBS Examination
4th Phase1½ Year1. Medicine & Allied Subjects
2. Surgery & Allied Subjects
3. Obstetrics & Gynecology
Final Professional
MBBS Examination



  • University Professional MBBS examination will commence in May and November.
  • University Professional MBBS examinations will be completed within the specified time of the concerned phase.
  • After passing all the subjects of the First Professional MBBS examination students can appear for the Second Professional MBBS examination if all other prerequisites for appearing in the 2nd Professional examination are fulfilled as per the curriculum. Only those students who appeared in the 1st Professional MBBS examination will be eligible to attend all classes of the 2nd phase including clinical ward placement within two weeks of completion of the 1st Professional MBBS examination.
  • To appear in the 3rd Professional MBBS examination students will have to pass all the subjects of the 2nd Professional MBBS examination and all other prerequisites for appearing in the 3rd Professional MBBS examination must be fulfilled as per the curriculum.
  • To appear 4th (Final) Professional MBBS examination students will have to pass all the subjects of the 3rd Professional MBBS examination and all other prerequisites for appearing in the 4th (Final) Professional MBBS examination must be fulfilled as per the curriculum.
  • A student will be eligible to appear in the 4th (Final) Professional MBBS examination only after completion of a period of 12 months from passing all the subjects of the 3rd Professional MBBS examination to attain clinical skills.


  • MCI (Medical Council of India)
  • WHO (World Health Recognition)
  • Medical and Dental Council of Bangladesh
  • Equivalent standards of South East Asia and British
  • Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Government of Bangladesh
  • World Federation for Medical Education (WFME)
  • Ministry of Education, Bangladesh
  • Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG)


  • Bangladesh University of Professionals
  • Gono Bishwabiddalay, Bangladesh
  • Shah Jalal Uni. of Science & Technology, Sylhet
  • University of Chittagong
  • University of Dhaka
  • University of Rajshahi
  • University of Science & Technology, Chittagong


  • A medical student must be the first lookout for the appropriate university along with its pros and cons.
  • Medical students must submit all the essential documents required by the particular university.
  • After the medical university has accepted the application of the student and will then issue the confirmatory letter.
  • Then, the medical student is required to submit the overall fees.
  • After this, the student is required to apply for the student VISA.
  • After completing all the processes, a medical student is free to come to Bangladesh and start studying.


  • Select the College to which you want to take Admission.
  • Check its Admission Eligibility Criteria.
  • Send scan copy of 10th& 12th Marksheet to Email: [email protected] or WhatsApp: +91-8499000022 Provisional Admission letter will be provided in 24hr after Email/WhatsApp received.
  • Send seat booking amount to the college account mentioned on Provisional Admission Letter.
    Note: Don’t pay seat booking amount to anyone in cash. Directly you can transfer From your Bank account to your college account through TT (Telegraphic Transfer).
  • After the seat booking amount payment college will provide a confirmation letter.
  • All Documents (10th& 12th Admit Card, Marksheet) must be attested by the Foreign Ministry & Bangladesh High Commission of your country.
  • Download the MBBS admission form’ from the website of the Bangladesh Foreign Ministry(www. and fill it up. You must mention your medical college of choice.
  • Pay $60 (Subject to change) in any bank in your country in favor of DGHS and get the receipt.
  • Deposit your attested documents, bank receipt, and filled admission form to the Bangladesh Embassy of your country for processing of Grade Equivalency and permission from the Government of Bangladesh. You can do this job by yourself or you can contact us on Call/WhatApss:+91-8499000022.
  • Apply for Visa.
  • After getting a Visa book a ticket for Bangladesh


  • MBBS in Bangladesh is open for all those students who are not able to score well in NEET and can’t get admission to govt medical universities in India.
  • The local people in Bangladesh are welcoming and its rich heritage and culture provide a comforting environment for the students.
  • Students after adjusting well to Bangladesh can term it as their second home.
  • The amenities offered by medical universities in Bangladesh are outstanding whether it's lab or the latest tools.
  • Students need not worry about clearing or qualifying for any entrance test before taking MBBS admission in Bangladesh.
  • Students can pay the fees in installments or go for educational loans if they are unable to pay the fees in one go.
  • Medical universities in Bangladesh provide a homely environment for national as well as international students.
  • The medical degrees are acknowledged worldwide which is a primary factor in making MBBS in Bangladesh a success.
  • The accommodation facilities are comfortable and secured for the comfort of the students.

Tuition fee - Includes college fees, Library charges, Laboratory charges & Examination fees. The fee can be paid in yearly/half-yearly installments.

Hostel fee - Includes Accommodation, Beddings, Furniture, 24-hrs Electricity, 24-hrs Gas in a Separate Kitchen, 24-hrs Hot & cold water supply, and a Centralized Room AC system.

Note: The tuition fee shown above in the table, is subject to change, and the university reserves all the rights to change the fees anytime without any prior personal intimation to the students. You can contact us to know the exact amount of the fee in INR.


  • Every country has its own methods of teaching.
  • In a similar way, Bangladesh has adopted different education media for teaching.
  • Some of the medical universities in Bangladesh use Bengali as the teaching methodology.
  • While some other medical universities in Bangladesh use English as a teaching methodology.
  • For the benefit of the students, some Bangladesh medical universities use bilingual language as a teaching medium that is to say both Bengali and English used in teaching medicine.
  • Medical students must be clear enough before seeking admission to Bangladesh medical universities that which teaching medium they are using.
  • The local language of Bangladesh is taught to the medical students which will help them in the future and that too is a part of the curriculum and no extra fees are charged.
  • This assists the medical students in their holistic development as well as in interacting with the patients.


  • First-year Initial Fees are higher compared to other countries for Study Abroad. For Example, if the total fee is US$ 32000 for a 5+1 years MBBS course, then you may ask to pay 30%–40% of the total package of US$ 12000 in the First year
  • Very Strict Admission process, Candidate must fulfill all Eligibility Criteria.
  • No Seat Relaxation on the basis of Categories.
  • All Medical colleges are not good. Some Greedy Management join hands with Admission agents from Bangladesh/India to hike their college fees without providing the required infrastructure.
  • There is no nightlife like no late nite party, no pubs, no disco, no bar, no casino
  • All College hostel rooms are not equipped with AC, you may need to prior requisition for AC
  • You will get very few holidays.
  • Bengali speaking is required when you interact with the local outdoor patients.
  • You have to select a proper medical college with expert guidance like CareerMarg.


  • Medical students who have not scored well in the NEET exam, don’t be disheartened.
  • You still have a chance to study medicine in Bangladesh.
  • Medical students can pursue MBBS from Bangladesh in case they are not able to book a seat for themselves in Indian medical colleges.
  • Private medical colleges in India generally charge a huge amount for medical education.
  • Therefore, MBBS from Bangladesh is a great opportunity for medical students who are willing to pursue medical education at low fees in Bangladesh.


  • Indian students need to qualify for the MCI Screening test after studying medicine in Bangladesh. This is owing to the fact that to practice in India it is compulsory to clear MCI Screening Test.
  • For students, the Medical Council of India has made it mandatory to clear NEET because students are not able to clear the MCI Screening test afterward.
  • In 2002, the Medical Council of India (MCI) made it mandatory for the Indian students to clear the MCI Screening test in order to practice medicine in India.
  • The figures highlight that more than 2000 Indian medical students go to Bangladesh every year which makes MBBS from Bangladesh a necessity.
  • NEXT (National Exit Test) has been made a final MBBS exam and a common exit exam all across the globe.
  • Medical students do not have to appear for any other exam after MBBS which is required to obtain a license for practicing medicine.
  • In fact, the NEXT exam can also act as the screening test for all the Indian medical students completing their MBBS from Bangladesh in order to practice medicine in India.


  • Dhaka happens to be the capital of Bangladesh and is the education hub for medical education as well.
  • Bengali is spoken as the official language by the people of Bangladesh and more than 25% of the population speaks English in Bangladesh.
  • The minimum temp varies from 1 to 2 degrees Celsius whereas the maximum temp goes up to 35 degrees Celsius.
  • Bangladesh shares boundaries with India and the currency is Bangladesh Taka where 1 Bangladesh Taka amounts to 0.84 Indian Rupee.
  • Bangladesh is only half an hour ahead of India and it takes approx. 2 hours to reach from India to Bangladesh.
  • More than 80% of the Bangladesh people are Muslims where subtropical climate prevails.
  • The population in Bangladesh on an average is 16.47 crores not huge.


  • Bangladesh is considered to be a beautiful country surrounded by greenery and waterways.
  • Bangladesh's living style is safe and secure. People there have banned the use of drugs and alcohol.
  • Bangladesh is considered to be 3rd largest in terms of Muslim population just after Indonesia and Pakistan.
  • Bangladesh has fertile land which is great as it has the largest delta in the whole world.
  • If you want to see the world’s largest river then you need to explore Bangladesh along with the largest mangrove.


  • The curriculum of MBBS in Bangladesh and India is quite similar which will relieve parents of the tension that how will their children cope with the changes.
  • Bangladesh is popular for providing quality education in the field of medicine. Therefore, parents who are spending money on their children's studies are worth it.
  • Parents must analyze and strategize the budget details carefully before choosing the university and the course.


  • Students must be clear in their heads that how much they are going to spend on the fees as well as other expenses for living in Bangladesh.
  • Students must not worry about food as the taste does not differ much in terms of Bangladesh food and Indian food.
  • In Bangladesh, the language is spoken in quite the same as in India so there will be no difficulty in interacting or communicating with different people.
  • Students must be active enough to select the right medical university as well as the course which is within their budget.


Intake for MBBS in BangladeshJanuary
Minimum Percentage for MBBS Admission in Bangladesh

Class: 10th60% Marks (Year of Passing2017/2018)

Class: 12th Bio: 60 Marks, Phy: 50 Marks, Chem: 50 Marks (Year of Passing 2019/2020)

NEETYes With Qualifying Marks
Processing Time90 Days
Total Fees32000$ t0 54,000 USD
Living CostRs. 2000 - 3000 Per Month
Food ExtraThe college fees package does not include food
Duration5 Years + 1 Years Internship
Medium of InstructionEnglish
Top MBBS Universities in BangladeshAll Government University
RecognitionMCI and WHO approved

Bangladesh has a high demand for medical professionals and the country is seeing a rapid increase in the number of medical students. However, due to limited resources, many students are struggling to enter the medical field. The test consists of three sections - Verbal Ability, Quantitative Ability, and Abstract Reasoning. It is important for you to have good scores in these sections if you want to get admission into BMC.

Apply for a scholarship to study medicine in Bangladesh

The scholarship is offered by the government of Bangladesh to students who are willing to study MBBS in Bangladesh. The scholarship is open to all Bangladeshi students from all across the world. To apply you need to be a citizen of an eligible country and have a GPA of 7.0 or higher. The application process will take about 4-6 weeks, depending on when you submit it, and one needs to have a valid passport. The scholarship will cover tuition fees, living expenses, and other related expenses such as books and travel during the course of your studies in Bangladesh.

There are many scholarship opportunities available in Bangladesh for international students who want to study medicine. Some scholarships are only available for international students and some are open to both international and Bangladeshi students.

To get a scholarship, you will need to apply online through the Bangladesh Scholarship Commission (BSC). The BSC offers scholarships for both undergraduate and postgraduate programs, but not all scholarships are offered at every institution or every year.

The Medical Education Sector in Bangladesh: Bangladesh is a country with a lot of opportunities for students who want to study MBBS in Bangladesh. It has the lowest tuition fee and the best quality of education in South Asia. Bangladesh has a growing healthcare sector. The country is now looking to provide better health care to its citizens. One way to do this is through the MBBS education system that was established in 1971.

The MBBS education system in Bangladesh has been under scrutiny for years, but it remains the most popular choice among students across the country. This study will help us understand how it works and what makes it so attractive for students and parents. The government has been trying to increase medical education and provide incentives for medical students to study in this country. According to the World Bank, Bangladesh will need more than 300,000 doctors by 2030 to meet its healthcare needs.


About Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a South Asian country situated in the eastern part of India on the Bay of Bengal. The country is known for its lush greenery and many waterways. The three largest rivers of Asia, the Ganges (locally known as the Padma),the Brahmaputra (locally known as the Jamuna),and the Meghna, flow through Bangladesh and form the fertile Bengal delta, which is the largest delta in the world. The Sundarbans, located on the southern coast of Bangladesh, is an enormous mangrove forest and the home of the Royal Bengal Tiger.

The geography of Bangladesh is divided into three regions. Most of the country is dominated by the fertile Ganges-Brahmaputra delta. The northwest and central parts of the country are formed by the Madhupur and the Barind plateaus. The northeast and southeast are home to evergreen hill ranges. The air temperature in this country has never been recorded below 0 °C. Bangladesh has a warm and humid monsoon season that lasts from June to October and supplies most of the country’s rainfall.

  • Bangladesh is a South Asian country in the northeast of India that is well-known as the 10th most populous city in the world.
  • Every year, the country welcomes more than 2,000 Indian students enrolled in top medical colleges of Bangladesh. 
  • The capital of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh is Dhaka which is also the largest city of the country.
  • There are six exclusive women medical colleges in Bangladesh, namely Medical College For Women and Hospital (Dhaka),Sylhet Women’s Medical College Hospital, Z.H Sikdar Women’s Medical College, Kumudini Women’s Medical College, Ad-Din Women’s Medical College, and Ad-din Sakina Medical College.
  • Bangladeshi taka is the official currency of Bangladesh.
  • Bengali is the official and most spoken language in Bangladesh.
  • Bangladesh is 30 minutes ahead of India.
  • The average temperature is -11 degree celsius in winters and 34 degree celsius in summer. 



Question: What is SAARC Quota Scholarship?
Ans. 22 seats are available on 100% scholarship for Indian students under SAARC Quota.

Question: Which colleges are under SAARC Quota Scholarship?
Ans. In all Government Medical Colleges.

Question: How many phases are there in studying MBBS in Bangladesh?
Ans. Medical universities in Bangladesh have segregated Bangladesh MBBS in four phases. Each phase differentiates the other in subjects taught.

Question: How is the education system in Bangladesh divided?
Ans. The education system in Bangladesh is divided into 3 levels namely Primary level, secondary level, and tertiary level.

Question: Is the scholarship given to a student who is pursuing MBBS in Bangladesh?
Ans. Yes, all the medical students who perform brilliantly and have outstanding performance are awarded scholarships.

Question: Is the internship during the last year of Bangladesh MBBS paid or not?
Ans. Yes, in some universities candidates are paid for the internship phase which is advantageous for the medical students and from their career point of view.

Question: Is the fee structure for MBBS in Bangladesh cost-effective?
Ans. Yes, for all the International students you can actually pursue MBBS in Bangladesh as medical universities offer low-cost MBBS.

Question: What makes Bangladesh a perfect destination for pursuing MBBS?
Ans. The homely atmosphere, comforting people, bank loans granted easily and the excellent hostel facility makes Bangladesh the perfect destination for pursuing MBBS.

Question: Which medical bodies acknowledge medical colleges in Bangladesh?
Ans. The Medical Council of India (MCI) and the World Health Organization (WHO) are some of the fundamental medical bodies which acknowledge the medical degree in Bangladesh.

Question: What techniques are adopted by medical universities in Bangladesh for improving the skills of the students?
Ans. Students are made to attend International seminars and conferences which boosts their confidence and helps them in making successful doctors.

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