Education is not limited to books. Every person has the right to learn from anywhere in the world. Education is an integral part of human life and determines the future of people in the fast-changing technology world. Education is the acquiring of new knowledge in different ways like Culture, Location, Information Technology etc. If you want to know the real world, according to your financial and intellectual ability, studying abroad will be the perfect place for learning knowledge in a different way.

Bangladesh will be the best destination for many reasons for studying:
  • Low tuition fee.
  • Medium of Instruction of English.
  • World ranking universities.
  • Cultural and historic heritage.
  • Worldwide recognized.
  • Diverse community.
  • Low living cost.

The number of foreign students in Bangladesh is increasing every year. Students from different countries are flocking to public and private universities and medical colleges. Once upon a time students of the country used to go abroad. And now students from different countries are coming to Bangladesh. Foreign students are being attracted towards Bangladesh to improve the quality of education in the country. According to the UGC report, students from 33 countries are studying in Bangladesh at 36 public and 91 private universities including medical colleges. Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, China, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Palestine, Gambia, Morocco, South Korea, Turkey, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone, United States, Taiwan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Afghanistan Students from 33 countries, including Bahrain, Liberia, Zambia, Djibouti, Myanmar, Kenya, South Sudan and the United Kingdom, come to Bangladesh to pursue higher education at private universities.


Bangladesh is possessed as one of the preferred places for studying Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). It costs less to study in a medical college in Bangladesh than in other countries. There has been a lot of improvement in the medical field in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is not far behind other neighbouring Asian countries. Although many people in Bangladesh think that treatment is good in India, in reality, Bangladesh is ahead of India in the health care index with a score of 52 out of 195 countries. India in 154th position..

Academics say that foreign students are flocking to Bangladeshi universities because of improved communication, lower costs compared to other countries, quality education in universities and lower living costs. Bangladesh medical universities are recognized worldwide by MCI, ECFMG, ACGME, MCC, WHO etc.

According to the demands of the principals of the medical colleges, the private medical colleges in Bangladesh have gained a reputation in different countries of the world due to the learning environment and quality teaching.

Advantages of study MBBS in Bangladesh:

After completing graduation, MBBS from Bangladesh have a higher passing rate of FMGE/ NEXT, and are eligible to sit an exam of USMLE, PLAB, and practice in all countries worldwide.


Universities in Bangladesh are basically divided into three categories: public (government owned), private (privately owned) and international (run by international organizations). There are currently 56 public universities in Bangladesh for the purpose of providing higher education to a large number of students. All these universities, run as autonomous institutions, were established with the funding of the government. Universities of Bangladesh are providing a variety of programmes, Bachelor, Masters and PhD, in the field of Business, Science & technology and humanities. Three Bangladeshi universities have been ranked among the best universities in the world by the Times Higher Education (THE), a UK-based education magazine. Universities are Dhaka University (DU), Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAKRUBI) and Bangladesh University of Engineering (BUET).

Division wise Universities in Bangladesh:

Dhaka Division: There are 19 public universities in Dhaka division, of which 9 are located in Dhaka city, 5 in Gazipur and 1 in Savar, 1 in Kishoreganj, 1 in Tangail, 1 in Gopalganj and 1 in Narayanganj.

Chittagong Division: There are 9 universities in Chittagong division, of which 4 are located in Chittagong, 1 in Chandpur, 1 in Rangamati, 1 in Noakhali and 1 in Comilla and 1 in Laxmipur.

Khulna Division: There are 6 universities in Khulna division, of which 4 are located in Khulna, 1 in Jessore, 1 in Kushtia and 1 in Meherpur.

Rajshahi Division: There are 6 universities in Rajshahi division, of which 3 are located in Rajshahi, 1 in Pabna, 1 in Bogra, 1 in Sirajganj and 1 in Natore.

Barisal Division: There are 3 universities in Barisal division, of which 1 is located in Barisal, 1 win Patuakhali and 1 in Pirojpur.

Sylhet Division: There are 5 universities in Sylhet division, of which 3 are located in Sylhet, 1 in Habiganj and 1 in Sunamganj.

Rangpur division: There are 4 universities in Rangpur division, of which 1 is located in Rangpur city, 1 in Dinajpur, 1 in Kurigram and 1 in Lalmonirhat.

Mymensingh division: There are 4 public universities in Mymensingh division of which 1 is located in Netrokona, 1 in Jamalpur and 2 in Mymensingh district.

  • Number of Categorized Public Universities :
  • General universities: 15
  • University of Engineering: 05
  • University of Science and Technology: 15
  • Agricultural University: 07
  • Islamic University: 01
  • University of Veterinary Sciences: 01
  • University of Textile Engineering: 06
  • University of Theology: 01
  • Special University: 01

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