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Study in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has a rich cultural heritage and a rapidly growing economy, making it an attractive destination for students seeking higher education study in bangladesh. The country has many universities and colleges offering a wide range of programs in areas such as engineering, medicine, business, and the arts.

Some of the top universities in Bangladesh include:


1.Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) is the premier Postgraduate Medical Institution of the country. It bears the heritage to Institute of Postgraduate Medical Research (IPGMR) which was established in December 1965. In the year 1998 the Government converted IPGMR into a Medical University for expanding the facilities for higher medical education and research in the country. It has an enviable reputation for providing high quality postgraduate education in different specialties. The university has strong link with other professional bodies at home and abroad. The university is expanding rapidly and at present, the university has many departments equipped with modern technology for service, teaching and research. Besides education, the university plays the vital role of promoting research activities in various discipline of medicine. Since its inception, the university has also been delivering general and specialized clinical service as a tertiary level healthcare center.

2. Rajshahi Medical University

Leading tertiary medical Education and offering postgraduate education for Medical professionals With high academic excellence and international recognition. Conducting Scientific innovative research in biomedical, Pharmaceutical, epidemiological and other medical fields. Promoting high quality allied health professionals in relevant fields. Emerging Rajshahi Medical University as an advanced and world renowned high level research distinctive medical university in the future.

3.Chittagong Medical University

I assume duties as the first Vice Chancellor of Chittagong Medical University on May 13, 2017. The Chittagong Medical University established as per Chittagong Medical University Act, 2016 (Act No 17 of 2016). The vision of the Government of Bangladesh to establish the university is to expand higher education in medical science, enhance the research activities, and maintain quality assurance in both undergraduate and postgraduate Health Professional

4. Sylhet Medical University

Sylhet Medical University is the premier Postgraduate Medical Institution of the country. It bears the heritage to Institute of Postgraduate Medical Research (IPGMR) which was established in December 1965. In the year 1998 the Government converted IPGMR into a Medical University

5.Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) is a pioneer in engineering education in Bangladesh. The history of BUET dates back to 1876 when the Dhaka Survey School was founded. Later in 1947, it became an engineering college and gained independent university status in 1962. It is located on a compact 83.9-acre land in the heart of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.

6.Shahjalal University of Science & Technology

Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) was established in 1986. The only university of its kind at that time, it started it”s journey on the 13th of February 1991 with only three departments: Physics, Chemistry and Economics, 13 teachers and 205 students. It has now expanded to 7 schools, 27 departments , 2 institutes and and centers. The number of teachers has grown to 552 and the students to 10922. Besides, the University has 13 affiliated colleges under the School of Medical Sciences with 4000 students.

7.University of Dhaka

On 31 January a delegation led by Nawab Sir Salimullah,Nawab Syed Nawab Ali Chowdhury and Sher e-Bangla A.K. Fazlul Hug met Viceroy Lord Hardinge on his visit to Dhaka (then Dacca) and raised the demand of the establishment of a University in the region.On 2 February a communique was published stating the decision of the Government of India to recommend the Constitution of a University at Dhaka.On 4 April the Government of British India invited the Government of Bengal to submit a complete scheme of the University.On 27 May the Government of Bengal published resolution in regard to the proposed University and appointed a Committee of thirteen members with Sir Robert Nathaniel as President to frame the scheme. The Committee, known as Nathan committee, submitted the scheme in the same year.

8.University of Chittagong

Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) was established in 1986. The only university of its kind at that time, it started it”s journey on the 13th of February 1991 with only three departments: Physics, Chemistry and Economics, 13 teachers and 205 students. It has now expanded to 7 schools, 27 departments , 2 institutes and and centers. The number of teachers has grown to 552 and the students to 10922. Besides, the University has 13 affiliated colleges under the School of Medical Sciences with 4000 students.

9.Rajshahi University

The University of Rajshahi, also known as Rajshahi University or RU, is a public co-educational research university in Bangladesh situated near the northern Bangladeshi city of Rajshahi in a 305-hectare (753-acre) campus at Motihar, 3 kilometres (2 mi) East of the Rajshahi city center. It is the second largest, in terms of academic activities and also the second oldest university in Bangladesh. The university’s 60 departments are organized into ten faculties. It is considered one of the top research universities in Bangladesh. Researchers of this university have recently contributed a significant amount of effort and played a key role in bringing back medieval Bangladeshi Muslin fiber. It has a formidable alumnus base around Bangladesh and abroad. Because of its beautiful and well-planned verdurous campus, academic atmosphere and traditional inclination towards outdoor sports, it is popularly known as the Cambridge of the East.

10.Jahangirnagar University

Jahangirnagar University accustomed as a fully residential public university established in 1970 has now 36 departments and Six Faculties along with Four institutes, with added than fifteen thousand students, and about Five hundred academics adherent to teaching and research. The sprawling arresting campus is anchored 30 kilometres from the basic Dhaka, able-bodied affiliated with a civic highway. The aboriginal assembly of Independent Bangladesh accepted the university its Charter in 1973 beneath which the university is getting operated.

11.Bangladesh Agricultural University

The campus, with an area of about 1200 acres is located in scenic rural surroundings on the western bank of the old Brahmaputra River, 5 km south from Mymensingh Railway Station and 120 km north from Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. It also houses two national research institutes, namely, Bangladesh Institute of Nuclear Agriculture (BINA) and Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute (BFRI).

12.Khulna University of Engineering & Technology

Khulna University of Engineering & Technology has a background of historical significance. Although this institution has completed an era as university, its laying foundation began 49 years ago. This university was established in 1967 as ‘Khulna Engineering College’ under the University of Rajshahi. But during the period of liberation war the development activities of the Erstwhile Engineering College was suspended. After the Independence of Bangladesh in the year of 1971, the development works were started again in swing full. Overcoming all the constraints, the academic activities of the institute were virtually started from June 03, 1974 as per special direction of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Despite some limitations, the college was affiliated as a faculty of Engineering under Rajshahi University. The academic and the administrative activities were controlled by the university authority and the Ministry of Education, respectively. The physical infrastructures were constructed by the public works department, while teacher recruitment was accomplished through Public Service Commission. Owing to multiple authorities, the co-ordination became complicated and hence the college authority faced many problems to run it smoothly. Even the admission of new students was stopped in one session due to the scarcity of teachers. In these circumstances, through a collective effort organized by the students, teachers, officers, staff and professional bodies, the four Engineering Colleges of the country including Khulna Engineering College were converted into autonomous Institutes named as Bangladesh Institute of Technology (BIT) from July 01, 1986.

13.Bangladesh University of Textiles

Education builds a strong foundation for a nation and technology based education is an essential for a country like ours. Textile engineering is a very prospective field of education in our country as textile, jute and Ready-Made Garments sector are the largest industrial sectors of our country and earns more than 80% of our export earnings.

14.Khulna University

Khulna University was established in 1991. There are 8 schools and 29 disciplines under these schools. The most promising characteristic of this university is that it is free from student politics. No session jam in academic activities. A big number of professors, associate professors and assisstant professors are working as faculty member of various disciplines. Many national and international research projects are on going. Student accommodation facility is very well. There are three halls for male students and two hall for female students. Library and laboratory facility is also of high quality. Students and stuffs are provided with transport facility. Overall student quality of this university is very satisfying. Graduates of this university are working all over the world with a lot of fame.

15.Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology

Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology (RUET) is the 2nd oldest prestigious public Engineering University of Bangladesh offers quality education and research in the field of engineering and technology. The university established in 1964 as Rajshahi Engineering College with three Engineering departments namely Mechanical Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering and Civil Engineering. The institute started with Bachelor degree program and limited number of students (122) enrolled in three departments each year. Later it was converted to Bangladesh Institute of Technology (BIT), Rajshahi in 1986 to enhance the technical education. The institute is upgraded as Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology (RUET) in September, 2003 to enhance the technical education and research. The university is financed by the Government through the university Grants Commission of Bangladesh. The university is an autonomous statutory organization of the Government of Bangladesh functioning within the “Rajshahi University of Engineering &Technology Act 2003. Currently, the university comprises 14 departments including engineering and sciences offers under-graduate and post-graduate degrees. Every year 725 most brilliant students are enrolled for the undergraduate program (session 2014-2015) through transparent and standard admission test. About 3000 students are pursuing their higher study in this green campus including under-graduate and post-graduate with over 200 prominent faculty members of diverse field of expertise. In graduate level, M.Sc. Engg., M. Engg., M.Phil and PhD programs and research are continuing in a qualitative manner under the faculties. The university also receive a significant numbers of international students are continuing their higher study in this campus. The medium of instruction and necessary assessment of this university is English.

16.Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology

Former Bangladesh Institute of Technology, Chittagong, abbreviated as BIT Chittagong is presently Chittagong University of Engineering & Technology (CUET). It is one of the prominent and prestigious autonomous self-degree-awarding institute in the engineering education of Bangladesh. This Institute was created out of Engineering College, Chittagong that was established in 1968. The Chittagong Engineering College functioned as the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Chittagong. Through a Government ordinance in 1986, the college was converted into an Institute of Technology. In 2003 this institute of technology was converted into a public university. The honorable President of Bangladesh is the Chancellor of the University.

17.Patuakhali Science & Technology University

The college was nationalized on 1 February 1985 and was placed under the administrative control of the Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI), Ministry of Agricultural together with BAU affiliation. The university was inaugurated on 08 July 2000 by the then Honorable Prime Minister, Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh, Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina and started its academic activities on 26 February 2002. The main campus of the PSTU is located at about 20 km north from the district town of Patuakhali and about 38 km south from the divisional city of Barishal. The outer campus is situated at Babuganj under Barishal district. Being the lone university in the southern region of the country, the PSTU was established primarily to facilitate easy access to quality higher education to a populace who had been deprived of this prime right for a very long time since the independence of our beloved country.

18.Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University

The “Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Act 2001″ was passed in the national Parliament on 09 July 2001. The foundation stone of the University was laid by the then Honorable Prime Minister Shiekh Hasina on 15 July 2001 and inaugurated the university activities through the appointment of the first Vice-Chancellor Professor Md. Shadat Ulla. The Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University had started its formal functions on 11 September 2001 following the issuance of a notification by the Government as per requirement of the “Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Act 2001″. As a public university, Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University is a non-profit organization. All the expenditures are borne by the government grants.

19.Jagannath University

Despite not gaining the status of a university until 2005, ‘Jagannath’ as an educational institution inherits the history ol a glorious past. In the course of more than one and half centuries of journey, this institution deserves special mention in history for many of its glorious and significant achievements. The history of Jagannath University 1s deeply rooted in the history of the Bangali and Bengal. Standing on the bank of the River Buriganga, this century-old educational institution is now committed to illuminating the nation.

20.Comilla University

Comilla University (Bengali: কুমিল্লা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়) is a public university located at Kotbari, Cumilla, Bangladesh. The university was constructed on 50 acres (200,000 m2) of land at Lalmai Bihar, Moynamoti. Comilla University is affiliated by University Grants Commission, Bangladesh.

It started with 7 functional departments. Now there are a total of 19 departments including Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Chemistry, Pharmacy, English, Bengal, Economics, Public Administration, Anthropology, Mass Communication & Journalism, Archaeology, Management Studies, Accounting & Information Systems (AIS), Marketing, Finance and Banking, Computer Science & Engineering (CSE), Information & Communication Technology (ICT), Law.

 21.Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University (BSMRAU) is a government-financed 13th public university of Bangladesh. It is located at Salna, Gazipur.

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University was established in 1998 as a public university with an act (Act no. 16) promulgated by the government of Bangladesh.

The university was established by transforming the Institute of Post Graduate Studies in Agriculture (IPSA). IPSA was established as Bangladesh College of Agricultural Science (BCAS) in 1983 as an academic organ of Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI) and academically affiliated with Bangladesh Agricultural University until 1991. In 1991, IPSA was made an autonomous institution. Henceforth, IPSA started its true course credit-based MS and PhD programs. The graduate program of IPSA was developed by a team of IPSA teachers led by Prof. L. M. Eisgruver of the Oregon State University (OSU), USA under the cooperation of JICA-USAID-GOB.

22.Islamic University Kushtia

Islamic University is ranked as one of the top public universities in Bangladesh as well as the largest seat of higher education in the south-western part of the country. Situated 24 kilometers south of Kushtia and 22 kilometers north of Jhenidah district-town, the university is by-passed by Khulna-Kushtia National Highway which provides its lifeline of connectivity with the rest of the country. The passing of the Islamic University Act in 1980 conferred this institution the permanent prestige of being the first university established after the independence of Bangladesh, reflecting the hope and aspiration of the new nation striving to be on par with other international players through the promotion of science, business, humanities, and interfaith

23.Dhaka University of Engineering & Technology

Located in a serene and green campus, Dhaka University of Engineering & Technology (DUET), Gazipur is only about twenty kilometers away from Shahjalal International Airport. DUET is unique in its scope and mission to foster engineering education in Bangladesh as it offers B.Sc. Engineering/B. Arch. degree only to the eligible diploma engineers from around the country. The M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs are also open for all eligible candidates who are capable of pursuing scholarly endeavors with a view to engaging in lifelong learning and thereby accelerating the innovation and developments in the field of engineering and technology.

24.Mawlana Bhasani Science & Technology University

Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University has been named after one of the renowned political leaders and philosophers of Bangladesh – Mawlana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani. Today’s MBSTU is the outcome of the dream which had been dreamt by him long ago. Mawlana Bhashani had the desire to establish a university that would build its students as independent, honest and hard working citizens. He had proposed the name of this university “Islamic University”. Unfortunately his concerns of Islamic University had remained just a dream throughout his lifetime. Long after this spiritual leader`s death, a university named “Islamic University” did establish but this university was established in the district of Kustia instead of Tangail. After waiting a long period of time the Prime Minister of The Peoples Republic of Bangladesh “Sheikh Hasina” founded the foundation-stone of MBSTU at Santosh, Tangail in 1999.

25.Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University Dinajpur

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University is the first Science and Technology University in the northern region of Bangladesh. It stands away from the urban Dinajpur and bustle at a beautiful and scenic location some 13km north of Dinajpur town by the side of the intercity highway that links Dinajpur to Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University was established as an Agricultural Extension Training Institute (AETI) to award a three-year diploma in agriculture. The AETI was later upgraded to Hajee Mohammad Danesh Agricultural College in 1988 having an affiliation from the Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh. Then the college was upgraded to the status of a university renaming it as Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University. First batch of the students were admitted at that time (1999-2000 session). The Act of the University was passed on 8 July 2001 in the Jatio Shongsad (National Assembly) was followed by a gazette notification on 8 April 2002.

26.Noakhali University of Science & Technology

The natural setting along with its human habitations of the Southern regions of Bangladesh has been endowed with the vast and immense potentials that can fully be harnessed only through creation of a band of skilled manpower equipped with the latest knowledge of science and technology. In the beginning of its age and expanding its activities to spread the light of modern education of Science and Technology and practicing wisdom in every field of knowledge.

Noakhali Science and Technology University was established with immense hope for maintaining the high quality education. Since its establishment, it is running without any session jam and student politics. This University family is fully determined to gain its ultimate goal of success.The university was established on 15th July 2001 and started its academic activities on June 22, 2006. NSTU is actually belongs to four subjects of pure science which may contribute to the country and nation as well as the whole world. The subjects are Computer Science & Telecommunication Engineering (CSTE), Pharmacy, Applied Chemistry & Chemical Engineering (ACCE), Fisheries & Marine Science (FIMS).

27.Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University

Since the 1990’s, size and nature of animal industry has been changing rapidly. Commercial dairy and poultry farming started recognizing as one of the most potential sectors for local and foreign investment. Livestock and poultry as a contributor to food security and nutrition has become one of the most important agenda for the policy makers and development partners. Rapid urbanization and changes of food habit among the city dwellers has been accelerated bringing about the changes in food industry with a gradual demand in academic reforms and expansion in need for developing technology and more skilled manpower in animal health, food processing and marketing.

28.Bangladesh Open University

The need for an open university in Bangladesh was felt long ago. The history of distance education in Bangladesh dates back to 1956 when the Education Directorate was assigned with the responsibility for distribution of 200 radio receivers to educational institutions. This led to the creation of an Audio-Visual Cell, which was upgraded to the Audio-Visual Education Centre in 1962. No further progress in distance education was made till 1971. After Independence, Bangladesh faced the challenge of meeting the educational needs of mass people. To meet this challenge the necessity for a new mode of education was widely felt. As a sequel to that feeling, the School Broadcasting Pilot Project was launched in 1978. The project was transformed into National Institute of Educational Media and Technology (NIEMT) in 1983.

29.National University of Bangladesh

25 years ago the National University was established by an Act of Parliament as an affiliating University of the country to impart graduate and post-graduate level education to the students through its affiliated colleges and professional institutions throughout the country. For that matter the University has been playing the most significant role in providing opportunities for higher education among the students coming from rural and semi-rural background at an affordable means since its inception. It is almost an impossible task to run the affairs of the University effectively concerning its currently 2300 affiliated colleges and institutions from a single Headquarters by following a traditional method. Hence, apart from decentralization to Regional Centres, the present administration of the University has taken a number of measures to turn it into a digitized University based on wholesale networking. This will definitely help us overcome the colossal session jam from which the students are currently suffering.

30.Sylhet Agricultural University

green and clean campus of Sylhet Agricultural University (SAU). SAU has 7 (Seven)   faculties and 47 (forty seven) departments under those faculties. The most promising characteristic of this university is that there is no session jam in academic activities. Sylhet Agricultural University has a distinct significance due to its location in Sylhet city. This university started its academic program in 2006, and now this is the second-largest Agricultural University in Bangladesh. This is a center of excellence in higher agricultural education like Veterinary Education, Livestock, Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering, Food Security, Rural economics and Fisheries research in South-East Asia. Passionate, potential and enthusiastic individuals are working in different disciplines. There are many national and international ongoing research projects. SAU is strongly committed to produce highly skilled and competitive graduates. Graduates of this university are working all over the world with fame. SAU is committed to promote global leadership through education, research and knowledge exchange activities.

31.Bangladesh University of Professionals

Establishment of a university for the armed forces educational and training institutes was a long felt need. National security, war strategy, medical, engineering and technology related to higher studies are in high demand at present. To keep pace and to be at par with the fast developing world, the national higher studies, research enabling modern knowledge and creating scope for education and studies are the obligations to be fulfilled. In order to expand and integrate the existing educational and training institutes of the armed forces, they were needed to be brought under a single umbrella or authority. Thereby, the establishment of “Bangladesh University of Professionals,” (BUP) took place in that process and came in to being as 31st public university of Bangladesh on 05 June 2008. BUP is a unique public university run by the armed forces with upholding the motto “EXCELLENCE THROUGH KNOWLEDGE”. The youngest university is confident in furthering the knowledge in the field of national security, technology and modern science to achieve the desired human resources development of the country.

32.Pabna University of Science & Technology

The government passed the Act in 15 July 2001 to establish a science and technology university in Pabna. The university will be located in the district head quarter of Pabna. Pabna is a central district town in northern Bangladesh having long historical and cultural heritage. The academic curriculum of the Pabna University of Science and Technology was started on 05 June 2008. This university will play an innovative role in providing need-based higher education, training and research. Also the university will be committed to maintain and raise the quality and standard of higher education for the students as in international standards. This practical and need-based curricula will produce highly qualified trained scientists and technologists for the needs of Bangladesh as well as the world employment market. The university offers education in science- and technology-based subjects for undergraduate and post graduate levels. This newly established university will occupies an area of about 30 acres, with a number of multi-storied buildings. Because of its location, it has already drawn the attention of brilliant students for admission and scholarly faculty members for teaching and research.

33.Jessore University of Science & Technology

Jashore University of Science and Technology (JUST) has started a steady journey of reaching a new height of excellence in research and to achieve a unique milestone in promoting new ideas and innovation, and in serving the nation and the global community by creating enlightened and skilled professionals who can meet the challenges of the 21st century fostering the motto of ‘being the employer, not the employee’. In keeping with this purpose, JUST has already been declared a research university that aims at generating and advancing knowledge by cutting-edge research in its state-of-the-art laboratories and in the congenial academic ambience. Apart from these, JUST has international and local collaboration with a wide range of reputed academia and industry

34.Begum Rokeya University Rangpur

Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur is the only university in Rangpur divisional town. This university is the result of long days’ movement and demand of mass people of this area. This university was started  in 2001 during the period of then Awamileague Government in the name of ‘Rangpur Science and Technology University’ .The then government laid the foundation stone  of this university. But the next BNP- Jamat alliance Government stopped the activities of Rangpur Science and Technology University. As a result this prospective university has not got its practical form. Later a university in the name of ‘Rangpur University’ was established on 12th October in 2008 by the then Care- Taker Government on demand of all walks of people of Rangpur. Here, it needs to mention that Rangpur University was established on the land acquired by Awamileague Government in 2001. Rangpur University was renamed as ‘Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur’ by grand alliance government in 2009.

35.Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University

Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University was established by the Government of Bangladesh on 09 May 2006, though the initiative for its establishment was taken some years before, firstly by a non-official group of socio-cultural local elites, namely Greater Mymensingh Cultural Forum. The university was originally conceived to be built as the first cultural university in Bangladesh, but the JKKNIU Act enacted in 2006 made it a general university with a special focus on liberal-cum-performing arts education and research.

36.Barishal University

The declaration for establishing a Public University in the then Barishal division was made by the Founder of Bangladesh, the Father of the nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in 1973. Several half-hearted attempts were made by the different political governments after 1980s but it was in 2009 that the establishment of the University got meaningfully underway by the Ministry of Education, and the Honorable President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh Md. Zillur Rahman appointed Professor Dr. Md. Harunor Rashid Khan of the Department of Soil, Water and Environment of the University of Dhaka on 18th February 2010 as the Project Director to establish the University of Barishal. The law of the University of Barishal has been amended and passed by the National Assembly of Bangladesh on 16th June 2010. Thanks to further initiatives from University Grants Commission and the Ministry of Education, the University was eventually established by the Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina through foundation stone laying on 22nd February 2011

  • Bangladesh has a large number of universities, colleges, and other educational institutions, offering a wide range of programs and courses in various fields of study. Here is a list of some of the top institutes in Bangladesh:
    1. University of Dhaka

    2. Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET)

    3. Jahangirnagar University

    4. BRAC University

    5. Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology (DUET)

    6. Bangladesh Agricultural University

    7. Bangladesh Open University

    8. Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)

    9. Bangladesh Medical College

    10. Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP)

    11. Bangladesh Institute of Technology (BIT)

    12. North South University

    13. American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB)

    14. East West University

    15. United International University (UIU)

    16. Bangladesh Women’s College

    17. Bangladesh International Tutorial (BIT)

    18. Dhaka International University (DIU)

    19. Bangladesh Textile University

    20. Bangladesh Islamic University

Most universities in Bangladesh offer both undergraduate and graduate programs, and many have partnerships with international universities for student exchange programs and joint research projects.

The cost of studying in Bangladesh is relatively low compared to other countries, making it an affordable option for international students. Additionally, the country has a rich history and diverse culture, which provides students with a unique and enriching experience.

However, it’s important to note that the standard of living in Bangladesh can be lower than in other countries, and the infrastructure and facilities may not be as developed. As with studying in any foreign country, it’s important to thoroughly research the universities and cities you are interested in, and to carefully consider all factors before making a decision.

List of Medical Colleges in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has a number of medical colleges offering programs in medicine and related fields. Here is a list of some of the top medical colleges in Bangladesh:
  1. Bangladesh Medical College (BMC)

  2. Dhaka Medical College

  3. Sir Salimullah Medical College

  4. Mymensingh Medical College

  5. Chittagong Medical College

  6. Rajshahi Medical College

  7. Rangpur Medical College

  8. Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College

  9. Sher-e-Bangla Medical College

  10. Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College

  11. Comilla Medical College

  12. Khulna Medical College

  13. Pabna Medical College

  14. Jessore Medical College

  15. Barisal Medical College

List of Colleges in Bangladesh

  1. Dhaka College

  2. Government Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital

  3. Viqarunnisa Noon College

  4. Dhaka City College

  5. Holy Cross College

  6. Dhaka University Science College

  7. Dhaka University Laboratory School and College

  8. Dhaka Residential Model College

  9. Dhaka University Evening College

  10. Dhaka University Affiliated Colleges

  11. Dhaka Commerce College

  12. Bangladesh Women’s College

  13. Bangladesh Institute of Management (BIM)

  14. Bangladesh Institute of Technology (BIT)

  15. Dhaka International University (DIU)

  16. Dhaka University Institute of Fine Arts

  17. Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA)

  18. Bangladesh Institute of Fashion Technology (BIFT)

  19. Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management (BIBM)

  20. Bangladesh Institute of Glass and Ceramics

This list is not exhaustive, and there are many other colleges in Bangladesh offering quality education in various fields. It is important to research and compare different institutions to determine which one best fits your needs and goals.

About Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a country located in South Asia and is bordered by India to the north, east, and west, and Myanmar to the southeast. The country has a population of approximately 164 million people and its capital and largest city is Dhaka. The official language is Bengali and the currency is the Bangladeshi taka.

Bangladesh has a rich cultural heritage, with a long history dating back to the ancient kingdom of Bengal. The country is known for its traditional handicrafts, music, and dance, as well as for its natural beauty, including the world’s largest delta, the Sundarbans, and numerous beaches and hill stations.

In recent years, Bangladesh has experienced significant economic growth, driven by the garment and textile industry, which is one of the largest in the world. The country is also making significant investments in infrastructure, education, and healthcare, with the aim of becoming a middle-income country by 2021.

Despite these positive developments, Bangladesh still faces numerous challenges, including poverty, inequality, and political instability. The country is also prone to natural disasters, including floods and cyclones, which can have a significant impact on its people and economy.

Overall, Bangladesh is a country with a rich history and culture, and a rapidly growing economy, making it an important player in the region and the world.

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