Please wait, loading...


Bangladesh is a country in South Asia situated on the Bay of Bengal in eastern India. The country is popular for its lush greenery and numerous waterways. Asia’s three main rivers, the Ganges (locally known as the Padma), the Brahmaputra (locally known as the Jamuna) and the Meghna, pass through Bangladesh, creating the world’s largest fertile Bengal delta.

The Sundarbans, situated on Bangladesh’s southern coast which is a massive mangrove forest and the birthplace of the Royal Bengal Tiger, are shared between Bangladesh and India. Bangladesh’s geography is divided up into three parts. The fertile Ganges-Brahmaputra delta occupies much of the region. The plateaux of Madhupur and Barind form the northwest and central parts of the country. The northeast and southeast are home to ranges of evergreen hills.

In this country the air temperature was never recorded below 0 ° C. Bangladesh has a warm and humid monsoon season which lasts from June to October and supplies most of the rainfall in the country.

Climate and

Bangladesh has a subtropical monsoon climate with wide variations in rainfall, high temperatures and humidity during the season. Bangladesh has three distinct seasons: a hot, humid summer from March through June; a wet, rainy monsoon season from June through October; and a cold, dry winter from October through March.

Compared to Indian cuisine the food in Bangladesh has a similar taste. Also, when you study MBBS in Bangladesh you can very easily find an Indian restaurant in the country


To get your MBBS degree, Bangladesh is becoming a hot destination for students from countries such as India, Nepal etc. In Bangladesh’s top medical universities a significant number of international students apply each year. Compared to other medical colleges around the world the cost of living and education here is quite affordable. The average cost for the Bangladesh MBBS degree ranges from 24 Lakh INR to 30 Lakh INR.

Medical colleges in Bangladesh are accredited and approved by the MCI – Medical Council of India; ECFMG – Education Council for Foreign Medical Graduates, USA; FAIMER’s IMED – International Medical Education Directory Foundation for the Advancement of International Medical Education and Research; ACGME – Graduate Medical Education Council; MCC – Medical Council of Canada;

It helps students graduating from medical universities in Bangladesh to be qualified for major exams such as the USMLE, PLAB and also the screening examination conducted by the National Board of Examinations, India, under the supervision of the Medical Council of India (MCI) and practice in all countries around the globe. High-quality accommodation is offered to the students at much cheaper rates.

In Bangladesh?

Same study pattern, syllabus as that of India
Quality of MBBS Education much higher than Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia etc
Huge number of Outpatient clinic (OPD) as compare to many private medical colleges in India, and in MBBS abroad you are not allow to treat Russian or Kyrgyzstan patents, Chinese are must comfortable with own Chinese medicine compare to Allopathic medicine.
Culture in Bangladesh same as India, Food habits also same, Language spoken in Bangladesh English, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic.

Benefits of Studying
MBBS in Bangladesh

The MBBS degree from a Bangladesh Medical University is recognized by WHO and UNESCO and is accepted globally.
No entrance test is required for admission which makes the admission process much easier.
No donation is required to get admission in a Bangladesh medical college.
Students studying in medical colleges in Bangladesh are given opportunity to get an internship in some of the best multinational companies and hospitals of the world.
OUR LOCATIONSWhere to find us?
A102, Janaki Bhawan, 3rd Floor, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar -751012
GET IN TOUCH Social links

Copyright by © 2021 TimesEduLeader. All rights reserved.