|Sylhet Womens Medical College, Bangladesh (SWMC)|
|Year of foundation of SWMC||2005|
|Government or Private||Private|
|International MBBS students in SWMC||310|
|Number of Indian students||200|
|No. of hospitals in SWMC with Beds||1 Hospital with 625 Beds|
|Class Commencement||January every year|
|Eligibility Criteria in 10+2||60% in PCB, Minimum 7 GPA|
|NEET Criteria||NEET qualified|
|IELTS/TOFEL Criteria||Not Applicable|
|MBBS Course Duration||5 Years + 1 Yr Internship|
|Medium of Instructions||Complete English|
|Is Bengali language Taught?||No|
|Recognition and Affiliations||WHO, MCI, BMDC, NMC|
|Recognition of SWMC||MCI and WHO Approved|
|Nearest International Airport||Dhaka Airport|
|Nearest Domestic Airport||Osmani International airport Sylhet (13.7 km from the College)|
|Distance from India||1 hr 40 minutes by flight from Kolkata via Dhaka. Sylhet also has direct bus service from Guwahati and Shillong|
|Average Weather in Sylhet||Jan Lowest: 13°C, July Highest: 33°C|
Sylhet Womens Medical College, Bangladesh Total package is Rs 27,80,000. NO HIDDEN COST
Omkar Medicom Packages of Bangladesh include Tuition Fees, Hostel Fees, Visa Fees in India, 1st time Airfare, Accompanying charges to the College, All Admission charges, Invitation and Authorization from Bangladesh, Consultancy charges.
|Sylhet Women's Medical College Fee|
|Part 1: Admission Fees and 1st Year Fee
(within Nov 2020)
(within 01 Jul 21)
|Tuition Fee||15000 $||5570 $|
|Total Yrly||Rs 11,70,000||Rs 3,89,900|
|Sylhet Women's Medical College Bangladesh Fee|
|Part 2: 2nd Year to 5th Year Fees|
|Tuition||4980 $||4980 $||4980 $||2490 $|
1 $(US Dollar) = Rs 70 approximately. All payments in Bangladesh has to be made in US Dollar.
Hostel rooms are available for international students in Sylhet Womens Medical College, cost of which is included in the package.
Payments in Sylhet Womens Medical College:
All fees of SWMC must be paid within time as per the schedule mentioned in the Offer/Admission letter. If not paid within time, then a late fee will be charged, and College authority can expel students. Students failing to pass the Final MBBS Exam in five years must pay the tuition fees for an extended period.
Sylhet Womens Medical College or SWMC is among the best two medical colleges in Bangladesh for girls. It was founded in 2005.
The medical college is located in Mirboxtola, in the central of Sylhet city. Sylhet is the 4th largest city in Bangladesh and the best city to live because of its lower population density than Dhaka or Chittagong.
The campus of Sylhet Women's Medical College is located just 8.7 KM from the Osmani International airport of Sylhet.
Sylhet Women's Medical College has several facilities:
The Hospital of Sylhet Womens Medical College is located inside the campus of the College. The hospital has an area of 3 acres and it is patient-friendly, multi-specialty tertiary care Teaching Hospital where both male and female patients are provided world class treatment. Presently, it has a 625 bed general hospital.
SWMC, Sylhet Womens Medical College hospital has the following departments:
Strength of International Students in SWMC:
At present, 310 students from 4 countries study MBBS at SWMC. Out of them, 200 are from India only. Rest are from Nepal and Maldives.
Language of Instructions:
All the medical subjects are taught in the English medium at Sylhet Women's Medical College, SWMC. Students will take books from India. Omkar Medicom will provide the Book list for the 1st year.
All students will get hostel inside the campus. The students must reside in their allotted seats at the hostel. Hostels of SWMC have facilities such as a dining room, common room with arrangements for games, TV, etc.
Students must maintain the proper cleanliness of their rooms. Students must be well-disciplined and behave properly both in the hostel and on the campus and must not be involved in anything inappropriate and unwanted.
The college authority will provide hostel accommodation for a student during the 5-year MBBS course.
Sylhet city lies along the Surma River's right bank in north east Bangladesh. Sylhet is the most important city in the Surma River valley region. It is well-connected by road and rail with Dhaka, Comilla, Chhatak, and Habiganj, by road with Assam and Meghalaya in India. By air with Dhaka, Kolkata, and several international destinations.
Geographical details of Sylhet, city of Sylhet Womens Medical College: