MBBS in Bangladesh- Best MBBS Universities at Low Fees
Study MBBS in Bangladesh, the country with the highest passing rate for MCI Screening test or FMGE between 2012-14. Being a neighbouring country of India, the cost and time for travel get greatly reduced. Most colleges have hostel 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.
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MBBS in Bangladesh- Best Quality of Education
There is no doubt about the Excellent and High Quality of Education a student would be imparted while studying MBBS in Bangladesh. This claim is attested by fact that Indian students who do MBBS in Bangladesh have managed to get the highest passing percentage for MCI Screening Test or FMGE year after year.
MBBS in Bangladesh – Highest MCI Screening Test Passing Percentage (2012-14)
A major reason behind this is the similarity of education/study pattern between India and Bangladesh. MBBS in Bangladesh is similar to studying Medical in India in the following respects:
- Identical Syllabus
- Same authors of books
- Similar Study Pattern
- Study of similar Diseases
- Similar Pattern of Examination
- Similar Duration of MBBS
MBBS in BangladeshMBBS in Bangladesh- Life of Indian Students
The weather and culture of Bangladesh is 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 acclimatise, 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.
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.
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Advantage of studying MBBS in Bangladesh
1. Language: The medium of Instruction is English. This makes it easy for students to understand better and quicker. This is not the case for Russia, Ukraine or China.
2. Food: Food and taste is similar to the food available in India. This makes it easier for students to adjust to the new place. Students can also make their own food.
3. Cost: The cost of living and cost of education in Bangladesh is very low. Hostel facility is available to the students. Total course fees could range between US$ 33,000 – US $ 42,000.
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 low cost, 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 and culture in Bangladesh is similar to that in India making it easier for Indian students to adjust there.
6. Recognition: The Universities/Colleges are recognised by the Medical Council of India (MCI) and World Health Organization (WHO).
7. Safety & Security: As most colleges have hostel facility available, the safety of students is ensured.
8. Low travelling cost: There are daily flights going from India to Bangladesh and vice versa. The air fare is as low as less than ₹7,000 from Delhi to Dhaka. The travelling cost is very low.
Eligibility Criteria for Studying MBBS in Bangladesh 2017-2022 Batch
- The candidate must hold a passport in order to travel for MBBS in Bangladesh. Click on the following link to apply for a passport- http://passportindia.gov.in/AppOnlineProject/online/procFormSubOnl.
- He/she should be of age 17 years or above before December 31 of the year in which the student is seeking admission.
- A student will be ineligible for MBBS in Bangladesh if there is a gap of more than 2 years after class XII. If the student applies for current year’s session, then he/she must have completed class XII or passed class 12 in this year or the previous year. If the board conducts exam in 2015 but issues Passing Certificate in 2016, then also a student can be eligible for taking admission.
- The student must have his/her Passing Certificate (of class 12) issued in the current year (2017) or previous year (2016) only. Failing to meet this criteria would mean that the student cannot study medical in Bangladesh.
- The student must have passed class 10 in either 2014 or 2015.
- Indian students must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology in class XII and have equal to or more than 60% aggregate marks. The student must have more than 60% marks in Biology.
- Anyone who passed out class 12 prior to 2016 cannot take admission in Bangladesh as per government rules.
- Minimum aggregate GPA in SSC or equivalent and HSC or equivalent should be 8.00.
- Minimum GPA either in SSC or equivalent or in HSC or equivalent: 3.5
Minimum GPA in biology: 3.5
- For calculation of GPA against the marks obtained in SSC/ ‘O’ level or equivalent exam, only top 5 subjects are considered for calculation of GPA. Therefore, GPA in ‘O’ level = (total marks obtained in top five subjects) ÷ 5
- 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 of GPA.
- Qualifying Grade in each subject individually is “C”. Therefore, GPA in ‘A’ level = (total marks obtained in three subjects) ÷ 3.