Many students aspire to become doctors, but finding a medical university, or country for that matter, that suits a student’s preferences can be a difficult task.
Every year, about 7 lakh students compete for nearly 80,000 seats in the medical school in India. Due to the high enrollment numbers, 9,93,069 students have managed to pass NEET 2022 and will compete for a similar number of seats this year. No wonder Indian students aim to study abroad.
While many countries offer MBBS degree programs to international students, Ukraine has gained popularity in the past few years among students looking to pursue MBBS due to its infrastructure, low tuition fees, and standard of education. But due to geopolitical tensions, an affordable foreign destination is out of reach. Here is a list of other most demanding and low-budget countries to study MBBS abroad.
The Philippines offers a Doctor of Medicine degree which is equivalent to the MBBS degree program in India. The Philippines is known for its outstanding global reputation for quality education, training and research, making it one of the most preferred countries in the world by Indian students to pursue an MBBS.
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Russia has a first-class medical education system and affordable tuition fees. Medical universities in Russia are recognized not only by the NMC, but also by the World Health Organization and UNESCO. Apart from the low tuition fees for medical courses offered by Russia, the cost of living is also very low according to European living standards.
Kazakhstan’s medical universities are universally admired for their high-quality teaching methodology. In Kazakhstan, clinical training is really beneficial because the nation continues the common standard of medical training. All top medical universities in Kazakhstan are recognized by WHO, USMLE, IMED, GMC, NMC.
MBBS in Bangladesh is a good choice for students. It is one of the low cost MBBS programs among foreign countries for Indian citizens. As per the eligibility criteria in Bangladesh, they select the best students who improve the quality of their MBBS in Bangladesh. The quality of teaching in Bangladeshi medical universities is reflected by the NMC pass rate for MBBS in Bangladesh which is much higher than any other country i.e. 27-30%.
Low cost medical education in Kyrgyzstan as compared to other overseas destinations offering the same makes it a popular destination among students to pursue MBBS. Medical universities reserve about 5 percent of the total seats for international students.
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