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At the time of admission, all students will need to pay a minimum of 1 (01) year hostel seat rent beforehand if they desire to measure during a hostel. Hostel accommodation fees are an equivalent as local students for one year. All students will clear their hostel seat rent before appearing within the 1st, 2nd, 3rd & Final professional MBBS examination. If they fail within the Final Professional MBBS Examination, they’re going to need to pay US$ 800.00 (Eight hundred US Dollars) for every attempt altogether subjects and US$ 267.00 for every subject.
All students will clear their tuition & others fees goodbye they continue their regular courses. All students need to pay the other charges which can be imposed by the concerned authority associated with the MBBS course, like RFST, study tour, autopsy visit, etc.
MBBS admission in Bangladesh for international students, especially those from SAARC countries like India, Nepal, and others, generally follows these steps:
Minimum 60% or GPA 3.5 in both SSC and HSC exams (or equivalent exams).
Must have Biology, Physics, and Chemistry as subjects in HSC or equivalent.
Some colleges might have a minimum age requirement.
Apply to the colleges/universities of your choice.
Required documents generally include SSC and HSC mark sheets, passport, photographs, and other relevant academic certificates.
Entrance Exam: Some colleges might require international students to take an entrance exam.
Direct Admission: Some universities offer direct admissions based on the academic credentials and without an entrance test for international students.
Equivalence Certificate: Some students might need to obtain an equivalence certificate from the Dhaka Board or relevant authority in Bangladesh, ensuring that their academic qualifications are equivalent to that of the SSC and HSC exams of Bangladesh.
Medical Test: Once selected, students may have to undergo a medical check-up.
Admission Confirmation: Upon being selected, pay the necessary admission fees and other charges to confirm your admission.
Student Visa: Apply for a student visa at the Bangladesh Embassy/Consulate in your home country. You’ll need the admission letter, passport, photographs, and possibly other documents.
Arrival & Commencement: Upon getting a visa, travel to Bangladesh and join the college/university. Some institutions may provide orientation programs for international students.
BMDC Registration: After completing the MBBS, it’s crucial to get registered with the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC) to practice in Bangladesh.
Internship: Most institutions in Bangladesh have a mandatory one-year internship after completing the MBBS course.
Admission procedures and requirements may vary based on individual institutions and changes in government policies. Always refer to the official website of the medical college/university and consult the Bangladesh embassy/consulate for the most accurate and up-to-date information.