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MBBS in Bangladesh

The reasons why you should attend this college for your MBBS in Bangladesh outlined below:-

The main reason of MBBS in Bangladesh, it has the highest FMGE passing rate. FMGE stands for Foreign Medical Graduates Examination.

College students receive clinical training to achieve better exposure in the best hospitals.

Medical degrees issued by Bangladesh Medical University or Colleges are globally recognized and enable Indian students to practice medicine in India and other countries abroad.

Bangladesh follows the same syllabus as the National Medical Commission (NMC) recognizes in India. Books and magazines by the same Indian authors are being followed in the entire five years of the MBBS in Bangladesh program.

MBBS in Bangladesh degrees are recognized by MCI/NMC.

The MBBS degree from a Bangladesh Medical University is recognized by WHO and UNESCO and is accepted globally. So students can apply to the USA for MD Courses.

The climate of India and Bangladesh are almost similar, so diseases are almost the same and medical therapies are quite the same.

The culture is the same as in India. The environment and climate are also substantially similar.

The safety and protection of people are guaranteed on campus.

In all medical colleges in Bangladesh the medium of teaching is English. There is no language exam. A large number of Hindi, Bengali, Oriya, Assamese, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi, etc. students are already studying there. The local language used there is Bengali, English, and Hindi.

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