MBBS in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is the country that rolls out highest pass percentage in FMGE when compared to other abroad countries. MBBS in Bangladesh is the top option for Indian students as it is equal to studying MBBS in India in terms of curriculum, syllabus and clinical exposure.

Highlights of studying MBBS in Bangladesh

Did you know that, studying MBBS in Bangladesh is similar to studying MBBS in India due to the following reasons?

Curriculum & syllabus identical to that of India

Identical authors and books

Duration of MBBS is the same as that of India

Similar climate to that of India

Disease patterns are equivalent to India

Clinical exposure is similar to that of India

Fees for MBBS in Bangladesh

25 - 35 Lacks Total Package

MBBS Fees in Bangladesh is nominal compared with other Countries with No Hidden Charges which will be 35-45 lakh Indian Rupees for the whole course along with food & accommodation.

Country wise FMGE pass percentage

If you are looking for a country that rolls out the highest number of Doctors who are eligible to practise in India, then Bangladesh is the right option.

Bangladesh as an education destination for foreign students

Did you know that, each year on an average 1200 students from India move to Bangladesh to study MBBS?

Each year thousands of foreign students pursue their education in Bangladesh. The student inflow is from developed countries like Canada, Australia, Korea, Germany, China, India, Japan, Netherlands, Jordan, Italy, and US. Apart from this there are also students coming from Bhutan, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines and UAE.

Bangladesh is the most preferred country for parents when it comes to abroad MBBS for their children.

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Advantages of studying MBBS in Bangladesh

No language barrier

The medium of instruction is English and hence learning the local language is not a necessity for educational purpose.


Bangladesh is highly secure and safe for students due of its indigenous culture. Moreover, the colleges provide on-campus hostel facilities which add to the safety.

Cost of living is less

The value of the Indian currency is more than that of the currency of Bangladesh (Taka.) When compared to other abroad countries, the cost of living is much less.

Tropical Climate

The climate of Bangladesh is the same as that of the tropical climate of India. It makes it easy for the students to adopt to the country.


The indigenous culture of Bangladesh has a lot to share with that of India thus making it effortless for the Indian students to get adopted to the new location

Availability of Indian food

Bangladesh is a country where most of the Indian foods are available. The veggies and fruits that are available in India are mostly available in Bangladesh

Study phase of MBBS in Bangladesh

First phase: 1 year 6 months
Subjects: Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry Examination: First professional MBBS
Second phase: 1 year
Subjects: Community medicine, Forensic medicine Examination: Second professional MBBS
Third phase: 1 year
Subjects: pharmacology & therapeutics, pathology, Microbiology Examination: Third professional MBBS
Fourth phase: 1 year 6 months
Subjects: Medicine & Allied subjects, Surgery & Allied subjects, Obstetrics & Gynecology Examination: Final professional MBBS

Eligibility for MBBS admission in Bangladesh

  • Year of 12th pass out: Students with a 12th pass out either in 2020 or 2019 are only allowed to apply for MBBS in Bangladesh.
  • 10th pass out year: Students must have completed 10th in 2017 or 2018
  • Age: The student must be 17 years or above before December 31st of the year of admission
  • PCB percentage: Minimum 60% aggregate in class 12th Physics, Chemistry and Biology
  • GPA: The SSC & HSC minimum aggregate GPA must be 8.00 and the minimum SSC & HSC individual GPA must be 3.5. The GPA for Biology in class 12th must be a minimum of 3.5
  • NEET pass: The candidates must have compulsorily cleared NEET to get admission in medical colleges in Bangladesh

Pattern of MBBS in Bangladesh

Duration of course:

5 years

Name of the degree:


Medium of Instruction:


Rotatory internship:

Compulsory 1 year internship which can be done in India, after completion of 5 years

Semester system:

A 6 month semester system is followed

Travel to Bangladesh from India

TO & FRO Flight ticket from Chennai to Dhaka Starts from Rs. 7000. Travel time is also quite short; Kolkata to Dhaka is approx. 1 hour by flight or 8-10 hours By Bus.

MCI recognized universities in Bangladesh

University name Location
Bangladesh University of Professionals Dhaka, Bangladesh
Gono Bishwabidyalay Dhaka, Bangladesh
Shah Jalal University of Science & Technology Sylhet, Bangladesh
University of Chittagong Chittagong, Bangladesh
University of Dhaka Dhaka, Bangladesh
University of Rajshahi Rajshahi, Bangladesh
University of Science & Technology Chittagong, Bangladesh

Documents for MBBS admission in Bangladesh

  • For MBBS admission process in Bangladesh you need 3 copies of duly filled in application forms along with the following documents:
        • Passport copy
        • Recent passport size photographs (4.5×3.5 cm) – 10 numbers
        • Certificate copies that are duly attested by the Education Ministry of the respective country and authenticated by Bangladesh Missions abroad or Foreign Missions based in Dhaka.
        • On successful application processing, the candidate must produce the original copy of all the academic certificates and mark-sheets during admission

MCI approved colleges in Bangladesh

College name Year of Establishment Affiliated University
Ad-din Women’s Medical College 2008 University of Dhaka
Chittagong Medical College 1957 University of Chittagong
Comilla Medical College 1992 University of Chittagong
Cox’s Bazar Medical College 2008 University of Chittagong
Dhaka Medical College 1946 University of Rajshahi
Dinajpur Medical College 1992 University of Rajshahi
Faridpur Medical College 1992 University of Dhaka
Jessore Medical College 2010 University of Rajshahi
Khulna Medical College 1992 University of Rajshahi
Kushtia Medical College 2011 University of Rajshahi
MAG Osmani Medical College 1962 Shah Jalal University of Science & Technology
Mymensingh Medical College 1924 University of Dhaka
Rangpur Medical College 1970 University of Rajshahi
Shaheed Suhrawardy medical college 1963 University of Dhaka
Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College 1992 University of Rajshahi
Sir Salimullah Medical College 1961 University of Dhaka

Important dates for MBBS admission in Bangladesh

Fee structure of MBBS in Bangladesh

Name of the college Total fees in INR 1st year fee Balance fee from 2nd – 5th year Hostel & Food charges Average overall budget
Ad-din Women’s Medical College 26,60,000 14,00,000 12,60,000 10,500 per month for AC hostel & food 33 lakhs
Dhaka National Medical College 33,60,000 21,00,000 12,60,000 7,000 per month 38 lakhs
North-East Medical College 28,00,000 (including hostel rent) 11,90,000 16,10,000 At actual cost 30 lakhs
Green Life Medical College 28,00,000 14,00,000 14,00,000 7,000 per month 34 lakhs
Southern Medical College 25,20,000 (including hostel rent) 12,60,000 12,60,000 At actual cost 27 lakhs
Sylhet Women’s Medical College 26,60,000 (including hostel rent) 9,80,000 16,80,000 At actual cost 29 lakhs
Kumudini Women’s Medical College 30,80,000 (including hostel rent) 18,20,000 2,60,000 At actual cost 33 lakhs
Jalalabad Ragib Rabeya Medical College 30,06,500 (including hostel rent) 1,20,000 18,86,500 At actual cost 32 lkahs
Rangpur Medical College 27,96,500 (including hostel rent) 9,93,300 18,03,200 At actual cost 30 lakhs
Mainamoti Medical College 26,60,000 (including hostel rent) 8,40,000 18,20,000 At actual cost 29 lakhs
East West Medical College 31,50,000 14,00,000 17,50,000 3,500 per month 36 lakhs

Disadvantages of studying MBBS in Bangladesh

  • Initial 1st year being higher: When compared to other abroad countries for MBBS the initial 1st year payment will be slightly on a higher side. For example, it the total fee is around Rs. 28,00,000/- you might have to pay 30 to 40 % upfront as the initial fee
  • Very strict admission process: Candidates must fill in all the eligibility criteria in order to get admission in MCI approved Bangladesh medical colleges
  • No category based seat reservations and set relaxation
  • Proper selection of college: Choosing the right college with expert guidance from consultants cum career coach like KEC is highly essential because there lot of colleges with inadequate infrastructure and managements who are just money minded rather than service oriented


As Bangladesh has no discos, malls, and theaters, the students get to concentrate more on their studies without any distractions.

Patient Flow

As Bangladesh is densely populated, there is a huge patient flow in hospitals, due to which the students gain more practical knowledge and skills.


Well, Furnished, Safe & Secure Hostel facility with security Guards is provided for the students.

Human, physical & environmental geography of Bangladesh

  • Location: South Central Asian country located in the located in the delta of Ganges and Brahmaputra in north eastern part of Indian subcontinent
  • Bordering countries: West Bengal, Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram, Myanmar. It also opens into Bay of Bengal
  • Capital: Dhaka
  • Area: 147,570 Sq.Km
  • Population:47 crores
  • Temperature: Summer temperature is 38 to 41⁰ C, Average temperature for most of the country is 16 – 20⁰ C. The hottest month is April and the coolest month is January
  • Culture: The culture of Bangladesh shares significant similarities with that of India

Religion of Bangladesh

Safety & Security: Being in a group of native Indians makes Bangladesh a much safer place for both girls and boys alike. Moreover drug consumption is illegal in Bangladesh and this adds to the safety of students. Parents need not worry about the students social lifestyle turning to be an unhealthy one due to alcohol consumption or night pubs and parties because there is no night like night pubs, night parties, discos, bars, casino etc.


Max. Summer temperature is 38 to 41⁰ C, Average temperature for most of the country is 16 – 20⁰ C. The hottest month is April and the coolest month is January


Bangladesh shares a lot of cultural similarities with that of India as it was once a part of India. People in Bangladesh are mostly Bengalis and follow the Bengali culture. They speak Bengali language

Food habits

The food habits are very similar to that of India. they nourish themselves with rice, lentils etc.

Why Karol Educational Consultancy for MBBS admission in Bangladesh ?

KEC has tied-up with the right colleges that are recognized by MCI, BM & DC & WHO all of which have top-notch infrastructure and academic programs to bring about globally competitive students

History of Success

1. In the industry of abroad MBBS consulting right from 2005
2. Has sent 1500+ students for MBBS abroad
1000+ complete doctors rolled out
3. 98% successful visa processing
Working worldwide with 100+ top MCI approved Medical Universities

Complete Admission Processing

1. We take care of the entire admission process including documentation, visa processing, foreign exchange, hostel arrangements, ticketing, pre departure coaching etc
2. We provide student health insurance support
Bank loan assistance, attestations and legislation taken care

The True Career Guide

1. We just don’t sell the countries/colleges we are tied-up with, instead we analyse the student and suggest the country that is apt for him
2. Complete guidance & academic support including 3. FMGE coaching throughout the 6 years
4. MCI eligibility certificate processing
5. Guidance even after completion of Bachelor’s degree to do higher studies and practising abroad
6. NEET-PG, USMLE, PLAB, AMC training and guidance provided

Keeping the Parents in Loop

1. Progress analysis and reporting to parents all through the course
2. KEC has a parent – student engagement system that helps the parents co-ordinate with their children on a regular basis and thus help them cope-up with their academics
3. Online Parents platform has been initiated by KEC in-order to provide a common platform for the parents to interact and communicate with each other, thus aiding in the betterment of both the students and the organisation

High Commission of India in Bangladesh

The High Commission of India which is located in Dhaka, Bangladesh provides support to the Indian students who study MBBS in Bangladesh. Indian students who have problems with their Visa or those who have lost their passport can contact the High Commission of India to avail the necessary help. The availability of High Commission of India in Bangladesh is a great advantage for Indian students in case of any emergency.

Hear from our students who were sent to Bangladesh for MBBS