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Bangladesh - New Medical Study Place for Indian Students

Online Desk | July 10, 2013 10:17:12 AM
Low Cost Medical Study in Bangladesh

Low Cost Medical Study in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is going to be the best choice for Indian Students to medical study as they have to pay only one fourth of total costs than to study MBBS/BDS in India.

So, private medical colleges of Bangladesh are advertising in India to get foreign students in their foreign student quota.

Bangladesh Medical Colleges have seats allocated for International students. There are more than 65 seats for International Students in various Government run medical colleges of Bangladesh. SAARC students pay no tuition fee, only they have to pay for their personal expenses such as Food, Clothing etc. Non SAARC students have to pay U.S $ 30,000 (15 Lakh) in 5 years as tuition Fees, Hostel accommodation is included.

Medical Study in Bangladesh similar to Medical Study in India with respect to (Syllabus, Study Pattern, Duration of Study, Similar Medicine, and Similar Diseases), Culture, Food habits same as India. President of Bangladesh Medical College Association (BMCA) Dr. Md. Moazzem Hossain said, "There are now 8000 seats at Medical colleges of Bangladesh. So we are publicizing to get more foreign students. The degrees and study environment is same in India and Bangladesh. But, to study MBBS in India at top private colleges need about 1 crore Rupi. But in Bangladeshi Private medical Colleges, Indian students can get the degree at Tk 25 lakh only."

BMCA said, in last 4 years, 312 students admitted from India, 622 from Nepal and about 800 from other countries.