Study MBBS Abroad MCI Approved at Cheap Low Cost Fees for Indian students

Study MBBS Abroad MCI Approved at Cheap Low Cost Fees for Indian students
Affordable Medical (MBBS) Study at Low Package for Middle Class Family. 

Why MBBS in Bangladesh Better than MBBS in Philippines, China, MBBS in Ukraine, Russia MBBS

Medical Study in Bangladesh similar to Medical Study in India with respect to Syllabus, Study Pattern, Duration of Study, Similar Medicine, Similar Diseases

Culture, Food habits, Language (English, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic) same as India

Passing MCI Screening test 99% for MCI Registration
Numbers of Medical Colleges in Bangladesh are approved by MCI Act 1956

Bangladesh is Dry Country – Alcohol or any Drug consumption is illegal (Best Safest Place for Students Studying outside country)
M.C.I Recognized Medical Qualifications Granted by Medical Institutions outside INDIA. 

Study MBBS Abroad MCI Approved Government University

Fees Details in Bangladesh MBBS Colleges:

MBBS Fees in Bangladesh

Sl.No.
Name of the Medical College
Tuition Fee (Full 5 yr Course)
1
US$ 38,000 (Including Hostel)
2
Bangladesh Medical College
US$ 42,000/-
3
US$ 45,000/-
4
US$ 34,500/-
5
Uttara Adhunik Medical College
US$ 41,000/-
6
Barind Medical College
US$ 36,000 (Including Hostel)
7
Southern Medical College
US$ 33,500 (Including Hostel)
8
Ennam Medical College
US$ 40,000 (Including Hostel)
9
Green Life Medical College
US$ 40,000 (Including Hostel)
10
BGC Trust Medical College
US$ 32000 (Including Hostel)
11
Medical College for Women (Girls Only)
US$ 52000
12
Shaheed Monsur Ali Medical College
US$ 38000 (Including Hostel)

MBBS Study in Bangladesh 2017 with Low Package

MBBS Study in Bangladesh 2017 with Low Package - No Hidden Cost

 Affordable Cost Bangladesh is a center of excellence for MBBS education in Asia
MBBS Admission 2017 Updates - Notification for Medical Course In Bangladesh
Dear Students, Please read all instruction before applying for MBBS Study in Bangladesh
Admission process for study MBBS in Bangladesh Private Medical Colleges (Self-Financing Scheme) will start from June 09, 2017 under Dhaka University, Chittagong University and Rajshahi University of Bangladesh (Approved by Medical Council of India - MCI, Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council - BM&DC and Member of South East Asia Regional Organization for Medical Council). Student can book their seat earlier, before it filled up by giving token money.

 Contact Smile Education ( Helpline 9903-033-033)

MBBS Admission in Bangladesh 2017


Eligibility Criteria for Admission
Applicants must passed H.S (10+2) / 12th in 2016 & 2017 are only eligible for admission in MBBS in Bangladesh.
Applicants must have passed H.S. (10+2) Examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English (PCBE) as their major / compulsory subject.
For admission in Non-Government (Private) Medical Colleges – A student must secure 60-65% (G.P.A- 3.5) marks in aggregate to all subjects of class 10th 65% marks secured in Biology. The combined total of GPA in S.S.C. & H.S. (10th be compiled with GPA – 7 (3.5+3.5) and above for seeking admission in Non-Government Private Medical colleges.
For admission in Government Medical Colleges – A student must secure (G.P.A- 4) 70% and above marks in aggregate to all subjects of class 10th and above secured in Biology. The combined total of GPA in S.S.C. & H.S. (10th be GPA – 8 (4+4) and above for seeking admission in Government Medical colleges.
Last Year Cut-off
For SAARC Scholarship MBBS admission in Govt. Medical Colleges in Bangladesh student must obtain very very good marks in class 12th & 10th
Biology minimum 96% and above
Physics & Chemistry 95% and above respectively
For admission in SAARC Quota - A student must secure 90-95% and above marks in aggregate to all subjects of class 10th secured in Biology. The combined total of GPA in S.S.C. & H.S. (10th (4+5 or 5+4) and above for seeking admission in SAARC Quota. 

(**Only 13 seats are allotted in All India for SAARC Quota**).
Important Dates:
Admission Process Starts June 9 Friday, 2017

Seat Booking Starts July 5 Wednesday, 2017

Seat Booking Money $2000 (T.T) Send by August 10 Thursday, 2017*

Full Application along with Money receipt submission Nov 5, 2017

Visa Processing will start Dec 1st Week (Tentative Date will declare soon)

All money should be send direct to colleges

All transaction made in U.S $ by T.T
** Do not pay any cash/draft/cheques to any person or admission agents, college not liable.
*Booking money varies from college to college (please read invitation letter carefully before sending money to colleges)
College Invitation
To obtain invitation letter for private medical college contact Smile Education
For Government medical college do not need invitation letter student can directly contact Smile Education for SAARC Admission process
Documents Required And Processing
The original certificates (Marks Sheet) of SSC & HSC (10th & 10+2) must be attested by Education Ministry or Board and Ministry of External Affairs
The original certificate must be send or produce to Director General of Health & Services (DGHS) to collect the Equivalency Certificate through Embassy.
Applicant must have his/her passport before Sep 15, 2017
Indian Students/Parents Contact
Smile Education Consultancy (SAARC Authoried) most reliable & trusted Admission provider in India head office in Kolkata
Office Address:
437, New Santoshpur Main Road
Jadavpur
Kolkata – 700075
West Bengal, India

Indian Students already studying in following top Medical Colleges in Bangladesh
1.      Monno Medical College (Dhaka Univ)
2.      Eastern Medical College (Chittagong Univ)
3.      Bangladesh Medical College 1st Campus (Dhaka Univ)
4.      Bangladesh Medical College 2nd Campus (Dhaka Univ)
5.      Barind Medical College (Raj. Univ)
6.      Southern Medical College (Chittagong Univ)
7.      Dhaka Nation Medical College (Dhaka Univ)
8.    Enam Medical  College (D.U)
9.  Green Life Medical College  (D.U)

Many more …

Medical study in Bangladesh the positive aspect


Medical study in Bangladesh

Nowadays Indian students are exploring newer destinations for pursuing higher studies including medical education. Then why not Bangladesh? Let us explore the opportunity of medical education for Indian students in this beautiful neighboring country of India. Read on for more information.


The number of Indian students going abroad for higher studies has been increasing every year. This includes students who go abroad to study medicine. In the era of internet, requisite information is easily available and the students take full advantage of this facility. Indian students go to the USA, the UK, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Romania, Norway, Sweden, China, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand and even to Nepal to obtain medical education. Some Indian students also go to Bangladesh to study medicine. In the present article, various aspects of studying medicine in Bangladesh are being discussed.

Why Bangladesh

Bangladesh is the eastern neighbor of India. The people are ethnically similar. The climate, food habit, dress code and culture of the two countries are similar. 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. Many Indian students, especially from the eastern and north-eastern parts of the country are obtaining medical education in Bangladesh. Medical education in Bangladesh is much more cost-effective for Indians, even more than that of China. The syllabi followed in the Medical Colleges are similar to the syllabi followed in Indian medical colleges. Even the books prescribed in different topics are almost same. 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 medium of instruction in medical colleges of Bangladesh is overwhelmingly English. So, Indian students will not face language problem while studying medicine in Bangladesh.

Eligibility and other procedures

A medical aspirant in Bangladesh must not have a gap of more than two years after completion of 10+2 examination. All non-Bangladeshi students who have passed Class X and Class XII or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with more than 60% per cent marks will be eligible for admission. The mark-sheets of Class 10 and Class 12, Admit Cards, Birth Certificates duly attested by the Ministry of HRD (of the country of the student) are required to be sent to the Director, Medical Education under the Ministry of Health of Government of Bangladesh. Only those students who will obtain eligibility certificate Director, Medical Education can apply to individual medical colleges. The admission procedure for international students in MBBS programmes of Bangladesh is completed before January and the classes in the medical colleges commence by the first week of January.

Cost of living in Bangladesh

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.


Climatic condition of Bangladesh

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 condition 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.

About Bangladesh - India Relationship see on Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangladesh-India_relations