The idea of going to another country and start a life as a doctor there from scratch sounds daunting, but it's not impossible. We, as doctors, have to jump through a lot of hoops in our own country in terms of career progression and job satisfaction. And it's not as though it's bed of roses outside the country. You won't just pass a few exams and be consultant. In the end, the decision is yours, as you are the one who will have the last say. I can only input what I have done to get to where I am now.
In this post I would specifically talk about the required papers a Bangladeshi doctor needs to obtain, and also the ways to obtain them.
What are the papers?
I assume you have passed your MBBS and either completed or are currently doing your internship.
Papers you may obtain before internship finishes:
- Your main MBBS certificate.
- Your academic transcript. (provided you've already collected . . .
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