It is important to note that there are fraud consultancy services that may not provide the promised services or charge excessive fees. Therefore, It is always good to do proper research and due diligence before engaging with any consultancy service.
It is important to be cautious when dealing with any education consultancy service and to thoroughly research their reputation, track record, and fees. Some ways to verify the legitimacy of a consultancy service include checking their accreditation, reading customer reviews, and contacting the universities they claim to work with.
It’s always good to check with the relevant authorities such as the Respective medical colleges, Bangladesh High Commission Education department, Medical Council or Dental Council of the respective country to ensure the accreditation of the college or university.
It is also recommended to get in touch with students who have already studied through that consultancy for their feedback and experience.
We recommend you to investigate the credentials of the consultancy, their staff, and their track record before making any decision.
About MBBS in Bangladesh
MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) is a professional degree in medicine that is offered in Bangladesh. Bangladesh has many government and private medical colleges which offer MBBS courses. The duration of the MBBS course in Bangladesh is 5 years and 1 year of internship. After completing the course, students can appear for the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) conducted by the Medical Council of India (MCI) to get the license to practice in India.
The medical education in Bangladesh is recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Medical Commission (NMC) earlier it was the Medical Council of India (MCI). The curriculum is similar to the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 and the students are taught in English medium.
The admission process for MBBS in Bangladesh for Indian students is similar to the process followed in India. The students need to qualify the NEET-UG exam, and then they are eligible to apply for the MBBS program in Bangladesh. The students are also required to have a minimum of 60% in HSC and SSC and pass out year gap of not more than one year. There will be no separate entrance test for the respective medical college.
MBBS Admission in Bangladesh for foreign Students
The cost of studying MBBS in Bangladesh is lower compared to India. The tuition fee and the cost of living is also low in Bangladesh.
It’s important to note that the quality of education and facilities can vary between different medical colleges in Bangladesh, and students should research the specific college they are considering attending before making a decision.