MBBS fees in Russia is subsidized by the Russian Government, which makes it affordable for Indian students to study MBBS in Russia. The MBBS fee in Russia range from 2500 US Dollars = 1,75,000 Indian Rupees per year to 5,000 US Dollars = 3,50,000 Indian Rupees per year, which is the lowest fee for MBBS study abroad. Low-cost MBBS Fees and affordable living costs, attract more and more Indian students to study MBBS in Russia.
Crimea federal university is the best University in Russia for MBBS.
The standard of higher education in Russia is considered to be one of the most advanced and complicated in the world. Russian degrees have received global recognition and have topped World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) rankings.
The aspirants applying for MBBS should be above 17years of age. The aspirant must have passed Secondary Level of Examination from any recognized Board of India or abroad. The aspirant should have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology as elective subjects and should have obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate of PCB combined.
Dissimilar to other countries, there are no pre-qualifying examinations like TOEFL, IELTS, and so forth for admission to MBBS course in Russia. The admissions depend on the 12th standard marks for the Graduate courses and according to the equivalency of the Indian graduate degree with the Russian degrees for the postgraduate courses. All admissions are strictly on a first come first serve basis.
Medium of teaching is in English with the support of Russian Language. The aspirants are taught in Russian language because the students have to interact with patient directly. Every Medical University of Russia has a Russian Language Department where specific terminology is taught in Russian language in context to MBBS.
In Russia, the academic year consist of two semesters. First semester starts in September and ends in January. The Second semester begins in February and ends in June.
In Russia, the duration of MBBS is 6 years if the student select English as a language of instruction, but if the student select Russian as an instruction language then the duration of MBBS in 7 years.
The aspirants can pay the university fees in either cash (INR, USD or EUR) or DD at Apexe.
In Russia, the classroom consist of very minimum number of students, so that every student get the personal attention. In all Universities, the ratio of teacher student is around 1:12.
No, The visa application & its stamping in student’s passport are assisted by Yash Overseas and do not require the presence of student.
All students must carry an international debit card with themselves for withdrawal of money in Rubles from any ATM in Russia. Additionally, they can carry full year expenses along with themselves in cash or in Forex card.
No, once the fee is paid after arrival it cannot be refunded as that seat goes wasted and cannot be allotted to anyone else for next 6 years.
No, the aspirants are not allowed to do part time job during their MBBS in Russia as they are given student visa from embassy and not work visa.
The Russian University canteens provide all kinds of food. Some restaurants are also available which serve Indian Food. Loaf Bread, Cookies, Pastries, Ice Cream, Canned Juices are available in plenty in all the college canteens and dining halls.
Yes, but first student has to qualify Screening Test of MCI.
Students get unlimited chance to clear MCI Screening Test. MCI conducts screening test twice a year i.e. March and September.
Yes, We will fully help out the aspirant in applying for educational loan, the decision of sanctioning the loan completely depends on the BANK, and the aspirants need to meet the criteria devised by the bank for sanctioning of loan.
All students who are going to Russia need to take medical Insurance to cover them for any medical assistance, from University.
As we are the representative of the universities renowned by MCI and WHO, student who have passed out from the one are eligible to get a job in a government hospital or private hospital after completing his/her degree from Russia and clearing the MCI screening test.
Even though Russia is a cold country, strict winters would last for 2 – 3 months in a year. All the establishment like homes, hostels, classrooms, shops etc as well as the public transports are centrally heated. In case of the establishments the heating is regulated by the local municipal departments. Therefore, the heating and the hot water in the bathrooms are started by the Municipal departments and not the University. Students are also advised to buy reasonably priced water and room heaters if they find the heating arrangements to be inadequate. Every student should also take care by wearing warm clothes like fur coats, caps, gloves etc when they go outdoors.
Yes, as per the new rules if student want to study medical in abroad countries like China, Russia or any other country, then the student has to pass NEET Exam with the required marks needed to qualify in studying MBBS in Russia.
It is the general and legal requirement of all the Russian universities which states that the student will agree with all the rules of University for education and it is the responsibilities of the student.
Student doesn’t have to take any tension as our representatives are always there in the University or Hostel. Student can contact them anytime 24 x 7; they are always there to help you and to solve your problems.
Mostly, vacation is given for two months, i.e. July and August.
Yes, student can come to their home country in vacation and in vacation they have to take training in the hospital as per their academic part. Some University allows students to do training in their native place but if not allowed then they can come only after completing the training in their University’s hospital. Moreover, in case of emergency they can come to home by taking official permission from the University.