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Bangladesh offers a five-year MBBS course in complete English language followed by a one-year internship after graduation for all Medical students.

The private Medical Universities of Bangladesh are affiliated to following public universities-

  • University of Dhaka
  • Rajshahi Medical University,
  • Sylhet Medical University now Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib Medical University
  • Sheikh Hasina Medical University
  • Chittagong Medical University

The MBBS curriculum in the Medical Colleges of Bangladesh consists of 5 years and is according to the syllabus approved by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BM&DC). The Medical Colleges are recognized by NMC (National Medical Commission of India), WHO (World Health Organisation) and listed in the WDOMS (World Directory of Medical Schools).

After graduating from a NMC recognised medical college of Bangladesh Indian students will be given a license to practice in India similar to the MBBS graduates of Indian Medical Universities after fulfilling licensing formalities with the NMC.

The First Professional MBBS Course

The first professional MBBS course in Bangladesh spans first one and half years (January to July of the next year) of the five year course. It is divided into three terms of equal duration (each comprising of 6 months). The subjects taught in this duration are:

  • Human Anatomy (650 hours)
  • Human Physiology (380 hours)
  • Medical Biochemistry (270 hours)
  • Community Medicine (70 hours)

The Second Professional MBBS Course

After completion of the First Professional exams the Second Professional MBBS Course commences which spans one year. The subjects taught in this duration are:

  • Community Medicine (220 hours)
  • Forensic Medicine (180 hours)

The Third Professional MBBS course

After the completion of the Second Professional exams the third Professional MBBS course spans for one year. The subjects in this duration are:

  • Pathology (270 hours)
  • Microbiology (220 hours)
  • Forensic Medicine (180 hours)

The Final Professional MBBS course

After the completion of the Third Professional exams the final professional MBBS course spans for one and half years. The subjects taught in this duration are:

  • Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Internship Training

Students who successfully pass through the Final Professional MBBS will undergo one year compulsory internship training in a BMDC recognized hospital. An internship certificate is awarded to the students by the Hospital and Academic authority on successful completion of the training mentioning the performance.

Professional Examination

During the five years of MBBS course Universities conducts four Professional examinations.

At the end of 1.5 years 1st Professional exam Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry
At the end of 2.5 years 2nd Professional exam Community Medicine, Forensic Medicine
At the end of 3.5 years 3rd Professional exam Pathology, Pharmacology & therapeutics, Microbiology
At the end of 5 years Final Professional exam Surgery & allied subject, Medicine & allied subject, Gynaecology & Obstetrics

Benefits of MBBS in Bangladesh for Indian Students

The MBBS curriculum in Bangladesh shares a lot of similarity with MBBS curriculum in India. The education pattern in terms of syllabus, course books, duration of study, internship training, etc is very closely comparable to Indian medical education.

The Indian students studying in Bangladesh have no problem in getting various Indian foods in any part of the country. The environment of the hostels is very secure and local students are very supportive towards Indian students and help them adjust in the colleges conveniently.

Frequent visit of Guest lecturers from renowned private and government Indian Medical colleges at the Medical colleges of Bangladesh presents additional growth opportunity for Indian medical students and also make them experience lectures as in any other Indian Medical university.

The medical education cost in Bangladesh is very low due to capped admission and tuition fees at private medical colleges by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The living cost in hostels and food is also comparable to a tier-2 city of India which brings down the total cost of MBBS education to a great extent.

Travelling from Bangladesh to India and vice versa is very convenient and cheap. Students can choose to travel by road or by flights according to their budget and convenience without any hassle.

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