Welcome to Study in Bangladesh section. Here you will find a List of Top and Best Universites in Bangladesh, Study abroad options, Scholarships, Colleges, Programs, Courses, Institutes for studying MBA, Business Management, Engineering, Hotel management, Arts & Design, Films & Media, Science & Technology, Animation, Computers & IT and many more programs for studies in Bangladesh.

You will find why study in Bangladesh, the eligibility and admission procedure for study in Bangladesh, cost of tution and living, student visa requirements, scholarships available from different Bangladeshi Universities and Government and list of Top Universities in Bangladesh for studies in Bangladesh.

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Study in Bangladesh offers numerous prospects for students despite the many uncertainities that hover over the system. The system of education in the country is highly subsidized. Due to its upcoming economy and government involvement into university affairs the education cost in nation is comparatively low. There are 11 government universities and approximately 20 private universities in Bangladesh. The Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Bangladesh Agricultural University and Banglabandhu Shaikh Mujib Medical University are premier institutions for higher learning.Besides this there is no dearth in terms of new prospects of education.In particular the country's universities are well known for medical studies.

Making education accessible to all has remained a major concern for the political leaders of the country after it became independent in the year 1971. Before getting independence, Bangladesh was part Pakistan and the primary medium of instruction in the schools was English and Urdu. As Bangla is the national and most widely spoken language of the country both , Bangla and English have become the main mediums of instruction in the country.

In Bangladesh there are two types of universities, private as well as government. Though the government universities are free whereas the fees of private universities are little expensive. Once you have decided to study in any of the above universities then the cost varies from university and its location. Private Universities have an expense of around 50,000 to 100000 BDT (Bangladeshi Taka, US $1= 75 BDT. After which the student has to decide about accommodation. For which students have 4 options

1) To rent an apartment (will cost around 20000 BDT to 30000 BDT per month).

2) To become a paying guest (will cost around 6000 BDT with food included).

3) To rent a room in student’s residence (will cost around 4000-7000 BDT).

4) Or to live in a hostel subsidized by government.

Apart from that there are daily travelling charges as well as food, entertainment, gym and many more charges which will cost students about 4000-7000 BDT monthly (depending upon the ability of spending of an individual

Bangladesh is the gateway for the students to enter the great continent of Asia. Bangladeshi Visas are issued on producing the following official documents, which include.

• Passport (Valid at least for 6 months after completion of stay)

•Application form (for Student visa)

•Letter of acceptance form from respective Bangladesh Institute (for Student Visa)

•Return Air tickets

•Passport size photo (1 in number)

•Letter from Employer (in case of professional visitors)

•Letter from friends or relatives (in case of visitors willing to stop at Bangladesh for more than more than 90 days)

•Medical Examination Report.

Upon submitting the application candidates are also required to submit a copy of their passport. Original passports would only be required for authentication. The embassy has the reserve right for asking any other authentication. Incomplete applications would not be accepted. Visa processing depends upon the nationality of the candidate. All regulations consular fees or services are subject to change without any prior notice.



Please make sure you've included all the documents asked by your Counselor, you should carry xerox copies of all the documents.


The FIPL education consulting session tells you what you need to do before you enroll for your course.


A confirmation letter is a document handed over to a student informing he/she is now confirmed student of the college.