Category : Foreign Universities, Admissions Posted : 02/03/2016 Price : Check with seller Location : Kollam(Kerala)
Study MBBS in Bangladesh is similar to Study MBBS in India with respect to (syllabus, study pattern, Study duration, Similar medicine and Similar Diseases), Culture, dress code and Food habits same as India.
Bangladesh has thirty Government medical colleges, six semi-private medical colleges and fifty seven private medical colleges. Around seventy five seats in Government medical colleges are reserved for international students. In addition, twenty to twenty five percent seats in private medical colleges are earmarked for international students.
More importantly, the medical degrees obtained from Bangladesh are recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI). Furthermore, in all major Medical Colleges of Bangladesh, hostel facilities are available for international students. Generally people have friendly disposition towards the Indians.
Medium of instruction
The mode of study is English, same Syllabus, same Indian books followed by students, Degrees and Medical Study Pattern are also same as India.
Eligibility and other procedures
The cost of living in Bangladesh is similar to that in India. The current conversion rate of one Indian Rupee is 1.18 Bangladeshi Taka. The expenditure for medical education in Bangladesh is one of the cheapest in the world. The fees and other requirements in Government medical colleges are very low, like Government medical colleges in India. So, a comfortable life in terms of cost of living is assured in Bangladesh for Indian students.
Bangladesh has a sub-tropical monsoon climate characterized by wide seasonal variations in rainfall, high temperatures and humidity. There are three distinct seasons in Bangladesh, a hot, humid summer from March to June; a cool, rainy monsoon season from June to October-November and a cool winter from November to February. Indian students, especially students from eastern and north-eastern part of India will not face any problem in adjusting the climatic conditions of Bangladesh.
Indian students, who are planning to pursue medical education abroad, can explore the opportunities being provided by Bangladesh in the field of medical education. Most of the Indian students would find it beneficial in terms of standard of education, cost of education, language of communication and other related factors.