With a population of roughly 160 million, Bangladesh is the most densely inhabited country in the world. From the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MOH&FW) in the capital to Health Assistants at the local level, Bangladesh has a distinctive healthcare system.
However, due to a lack of funding, the service coverage is neither sufficient or uniform across the nation. Bangladesh needs to privatize its health care system badly.
With this sentiment, the MOH&FW of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and the University of Dhaka granted permission for the MH Samorita Hospital & Medical College, Dhaka, to begin its journey in 2010. All glory belongs to Allah.
In light of the current circumstances, MH Samorita Medical College and its dental unit have taken action to meet this gap and students’ aspirations.
A 500 bed teaching hospital is also a part of MH Samorita Medical College. The ICU, CCU, NICU, HDU, and dialysis unit are just a few of the many specialized and general services this hospital offers.
Our goal is to make this Medical College and its affiliated Hospital a center of excellence while maintaining their high standards for quality, affordability, and stakeholder satisfaction while paying close attention to our own cultures and values.
By conquering these obstacles, it has already traveled four years. The college is now more certain that it can successfully educate both domestic and international pupils. The college plans to admit students from other nations as of the most recent session.
Students that are accepted into the institution will spend five years learning and practicing there before graduating as a doctor who will treat them with genuine care and expertise.
ADMISSION RULES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
In five batches dating back to the 2010–2011 academic year, the college now enrolls roughly 115 BDS students. The Dhaka University, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of Bangladesh Government, and BM & DC have granted permission for the admission of 20 foreign students in BDS for the academic year 2015-2016 following routine inspection and evaluation of the academic performance and the facilities available in the college.
Qualifications For International Students
Foreign students who are interested in admission to the BDS program must complete the SSC, SLC, O-level, GCSE, or comparable test with a minimum of five subjects and an average score of at least 60%, or a 3.50 GPA. Additionally, you must pass an exam with a minimum average score in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics at HSC/A-level/12th grade or an equivalent.
All international students must submit an application through the Bangladesh Embassy to the Director General of Health Service of the Government of Bangladesh for an equivalent certificate. The respected country’s Education Board or Ministry of Education attests to all diplomas, report cards, certificates from other institutions, and copies of passports.