24 May 2023 | News
On average, the fees for Russian medical colleges range from $4000 to $8000 per year
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Mumbai-based Moksh Overseas Educon Limited, a leading study abroad consulting company in India, has released a comprehensive guide on the top 10 universities in Russia for MBBS education.
The guide offers Indian students an overview of the medical education system in Russia, the benefits of studying MBBS in Russia, the top Russian medical universities, the admission process, eligibility criteria, Russian MBBS fees and scholarships, accommodation and living expenses, medical licensing exams, and career prospects after MBBS in Russia.
Russia is one of the most popular destinations for Indian students to study MBBS, with more than 10,000 Indian students studying medicine in 40+ medical colleges in Russia.
MBBS in Russia is divided into two parts: the pre & para-clinical and clinical phase. The pre & para clinical phase is three years long, and it focuses on the theoretical aspects of medicine. The clinical phase is three years long, and it focuses on the practical aspects of medicine. It also matches with the requirement of National Medical Commission (NMC) such as minimum 54 months of theory + 12 months of internship. The total duration of the course is 5.8 years including internship.
Top 10 Medical Universities in Russia include- Orel State University; Bashkir State Medical University; Astrakhan Medical University; Kazan State Medical University; Kabardino Balkarian State University; Saint Petersburg State University; Kursk State Medical University; Pirogov National Research Medical University; First Moscow State Medical University; and Peoples' Friendship University of Russia. A total of $1500 to $2000 is required to be spent per year towards living in Russia as a medical student.