Medical College for Women and Hospital
established in 1992
Medical College for Women and Hospital is one of the Best Medical Colleges exclusively for women providing MBBS in Bangladesh. The college was established in the year 1992 with an aim to offer quality medical education to all local and international students of Bangladesh at an affordable cost. Dhaka University has affiliated Medical College for Women and Hospital as a constituent college.
The college has 20 departments with 121 highly qualified and experienced faculty members. Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council and the Medical Board of California have recognized the college. The degree awarded by Medical College for Women and Hospital is approved and recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI) and is enlisted with WDOMS (World Directory of Medical Schools).
A 500 bedded hospital is affiliated with the college, and both the hospital and the college is under the governance of a non-political and non-profitable organization – “The Medical & Health Welfare Trust”.
Total Fees in US$ – 40830$
1st Year Total Payment – 19000$
Hostel Fees – Included
Indian Processing Fee – 1500$
Indian processing fee Includes – Counseling Fee, Admission, Visa, Document Translation & Travel Assistance (including one way Air ticket) to the University, Assistance in all Local registration (including Police Registration), Medical Check up Assistance etc.
The college has a lively and comfortable environment. Various cultural, sports activities and events are organized to keep students mentally and physically fit. All Indian national festivals are celebrated in the campus to ensure that the students stay connected to their roots and they do not miss out on festivities while studying MBBS in Bangladesh.
The college offers safe and comfortable accommodation for all international students. The rooms are offered on a twin sharing basis. All hostel rooms are fully furnished with a central cooling and heating system. The hostel also offers laundry facilities. Indian food is available in students to mess at subsidized rates.