Pursuing MBBS at Ibn Sina Medical College benefits its students in multiple ways. After graduation, Indian students can practice in India or any other place in the world after clearing the screening test. For practicing in India, students need to clear FMGE. There is no requirement to pay any donation to get admission to the college. Also here medical education is very much affordable as compared to universities in other MBBS destinations for Indian Students. The syllabus of MBBS in Bangladesh is very much similar to India so it becomes very easy for Indian Students to come back and practice in India. MBBS at Ibn Sina Medical College make ready students to their full potential so that they can practice anywhere in the world as medical education at college is recognized by global organizations such as WHO and NMC. The whole library of the college is under a free WIFI internet connection. Another benefit of studying at Ibn Sina Medical College is that the college provides great opportunities to its students, which sometimes Indian colleges lack behind in providing. The medical college provides its student's opportunities to attend various conferences, seminars, and research projects happening all over the globe to get more exposure and become a better version of doctors in the future. Ibn Sina Medical College also provides practical experience to its students along with theory so that students can develop a high level of medical skills in research techniques and methodology. The institute provides health care and education to a large number of recognized professionals and legends in the country’s health sector. Also, it is very economical too to do MBBS from Bangladesh as the living cost in Bangladesh is lower than in India.
Practical learning is the core principle of a medical college in order to grow students in all aspects of life and outshine them among others. Modern education and the latest technologies give an edge to its students to be excellent in their MBBS course. The living cost in Bangladesh is also quite mere. The college also has a hospital of around 350 beds which provides great internship opportunities for its students.
The rules were set by the government of Bangladesh for the admission of foreign students to any private or public medical college in Bangladesh. These are as follows ➖
- XII class or equivalent must be passed out by the student to apply for admission.
- Students must have studied Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in class XII.
- Must have secured a minimum of 60% aggregate marks or a 7 CGPA in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
- Must have scored 60+ in biology in class XII or equivalent.
- The NEET exam is mandatory for Indian students.
- Fluency in English is preferred.
- Applicants must have to face medical examinations to check their physical, mental, and other disorders in order to check readiness for the student to do MBBS.