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MBBS in Kazakhstan

MBBS in Kazakhstan is the most preferred destination for Indian students. High quality education and medical training is given to students and aspirants. It is a major educational hub. Successful students can compete globally and pursue their career. The process to acquire admission is comparatively easier than other countries. Almost 70% of the Kazakhstan population follows Islam while 26% Kazakhs practice Christianity as their religion. it is very affordable and budget friendly in terms of overall factors taking into consideration.

Kazakhstan Area 2.725 million km²
Climate
Summer 30oC and winter - 20oC
Population
1.85 crores
Literacy Ratio
99.78%
Religion
Islam
Capital City
Nur-Sultan
Local Language
Kazakh & Russian
Time Difference
Time zone is 30 mins ahead of India
Currency
Kazakhstani tenge
Exchange Rate
INR 1 = 5.80 Kazakhstani tenge
Mode of Transportation
Flight
Name of Airports
Almaty International Airport
Time of Journey
Flight- Delhi to Almaty (3h 45m)
Pocket Money
INR 3000 to 5000 Per Month
Type of Colleges
Government and Private
Degree Offered
MD (Equivalent to MBBS in India)
Course Duration
5 Years + 1 Year (Internship)
Eligibility Criteria
General Student- Class 12th 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology SC/ST/OBC- Class 12th 40% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology
Admission Time
April to October
Academic Session
Summer Session (September to August) Winter Session (March to February)
Vacation
Summer Session (July to August) Winter Session (January to February)
Affiliation & Recognition
NMC, WHO, USMLE, IMED, GMC as well as the Ministry of Education and Science, South Kazakh Medical Academy.
Medium of instruction
English
NEET Examination
NEET Qualified Mandatory (NEET score is valid consecutive 3 years for admission)
Total Tuition Fees
USD 21000 (INR 15.12 lakh) to USD 25000 (INR 18 lakh)
Total Hostel Fees
USD 1750 (INR 1.26 lakh) to USD 3500 (INR 252000)
Food Expenses
USD 120 (INR 8640 Per Month)

Kazakhstan Overview

Kazakhstan is the world's largest landlocked transcontinental country, located in Central Asia with a small portion to the west of Ural River in Eastern Europe sharing land borders with Russia in the north, China in the east, and Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan in the south while also adjoining a large part of the Caspian Sea in the southwest. It is the 9th largest country in the world covering a land area of 2,724,900 square kilometers. It has one of the lowest population density in the world with less than 6 person per sqkms and the total population is about 18.8 million. The capital is Nur-Suyltan which was formerly known as Astana. Climate is "extreme" continental climate, with warm summers and very cold winters. In summer the temperatures average more than 30 °C (86 °F) and in winter average −20 °C (−4.0 °F). Snowfall is heavy and rainfall is widespread. Kazakhstan has a literacy rate of 99.78%. 70% of the population is Muslim and 26% Christians, although Kazakhstan allows freedom of religion officially. The official languages are Kazakh & Russian though English as the global language is commonly accepted. Kazakhstan is economically very dominant rich in oil, gas and other minerals though it is highly potential in agriculture too. It is a member of the United Nations (UN), WTO, CIS, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the Eurasian Economic Union, CSTO, OSCE, OIC, CCTS, the Turkic Council and TURKSOY. The currency is Kazakhstani Tenge (Rs. 1 = 5.80 Kazakhstani Tenge). The transport system is well developed with rail, bus, taxi and car connecting the entire city. It takes 4hrs from Delhi to Almaty by direct flight. The Kazak time zone is 30mins ahead of India.

Advantage of studying MBBS in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is an ideal choice for students as the facilities provided are world class. Faculties are renowned and from across the globe. The quality of education is of the standard that is at par with the developed countries.

  • The universities in Kazakhstan have an affordable fee and also there is no donation for studying MBBS in any government or private universities.
  • Students can directly take admission in MBBS course as there is no requirement for entrance examination like IELTS/TOFEL.
  • The universities are equipped with very good infrastructure and up-to-date amenities. The education is of world-class with modern amenities for medical students at very affordable fee.
  • The curriculum is designed as per the international standard. Successful students can compete globally with good results. Students are well informed about the types of diseases globally and the required treatment for cure.
  • The ratio of teacher and student is maintained in such a way that students get proper attention and guidance. This enables proper coaching from the faculties.
  • Medium of study is in English for MBBS course so Indian student will not face any language barrier during study period.
  • There are government and private universities that are recognised by international bodies like NMC, WHO, USMLE, IMED and GMC.
  • Successful students are accepted globally so pursuing professional career or opting for higher studies is ensured smoothly.
  • Multiple options of clinical practice are facilitated at renowned hospitals by top Medical Universities in Kazakhstan. This enables students with good practical exposure before they proceed for practice in their profession.
  • It is very safe place of Indian students due to its well-maintained law and order. Hostels have all types of facilities regarding hygiene, food, basic amenities and recreation.
  • Students can participate in international programs and exchange programs in other countries. This enables with international exposure to students.
  • Visa for Kazakhstan can be processed smoothly because it is simple and short. Kazakhstan welcome Indian students warmly.
  • Indian food is easily available everywhere. This gives a sort of homely feeling.
  • Direct flights from India to Almaty is easily available.

Eligibility criteria for admission of Indian students

Rules for admission of Indian students MBBS in Government/Private Medical universities of Kazakhstan.

  • The student must have completed 17 years of age on or before 31st December of the year of admission.
  • The student must have completed class 12th/HSC/A Level or any equivalent board examination in science stream with combined marks of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. SC/ST/OBC student should have combined marks of 40% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • The student must have qualified NEET UG Examination in the same year of admission or in any of the previous 2 years.

Documents required

  • NEET UG Examination admit card.
  • NEET UG Examination qualifying score card.
  • Class 10th/SSC/O Level or any equivalent board examination Mark Sheet & Certificate.
  • Class 12th/HSC/A Level or any equivalent board examination Mark Sheet & Certificate.
  • Birth Certificate – English.
  • School Leaving or Transfer Certificate.
  • 15 copies of coloured passport size photos with white background.
  • Valid Passport.
  • Photo Identity Proof.
  • Medical and HIV test report.

FAQ

Ans.: Yes, MBBS from Kazakhstan is valid in India. Candidate has to qualify FMGE.

Ans.: In Kazakhstan, Medical universities are recognized by WHO, USMLE, IMED, GMC, NMC. It is very important to opt for NMC recognised universities, because after completing MBBS it is mandatory to clear FMGE/NEXT for getting license to practice or for pursuing higher studies in India.

Ans.: Candidates who have cleared FMGE examination can get their medical license to practice in government or private sector in India.

Ans.: Students have to score minimum qualifying marks in NEET UG examination for studying abroad. Candidate must at least 17 year old as on 31st December of admission year. If students qualify NEET 2 years prior to the year of admission then they are also eligible. NEET score is valid for 3 consecutive years after qualifying the exam.

Ans.: Indian students can directly apply for admission for MBBS in Kazakhstan. There is no entrance exam for them.

Ans.: The medium of instruction is English. However local language helps to communicate with local patients during clinical practice.

Ans.: As per RBI regulations, any Indian student who wishes to study in Kazakhstan can apply for a bank loan. Banks do not finance the entire course amount but supports the major part and the remaining will have to be taken care by their parents. Banks may also ask for collateral/deposit money margin or seek 3rd party guarantee.

Ans: Admissions are on first-come-first-serve basis. The procedure starts just after class 12th exam and continues till November. Students are suggested to contact accordingly and undergo the process for smooth and hurdle-free admission.

Ans: National Exit Test (NEXT) is a common final year examination (which will be implemented in the coming days), for the undergraduate MBBS students of Indian colleges. Clearing NEXT would qualify them to register in State or Central Level Council. It was introduced by The National Medical Commission, Bill 2019. Currently Foreign Medical Graduates are required to pass Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE) which enables them to get the license to practice in India or pursue any post-graduation medical course. Implementation of NEXT will also serve as Screening Test for MBBS Students from abroad. NEXT will be common for medical students from India as well as from Foreign Medical Colleges. Student can appear multiple times for clearing FMGE/NEXT exam as there is not limit in the number of attempts. The exam held twice a year i.e. June & December.

Ans: Successful candidates can do internship in India and then pursue their career further. They can thereafter opt for further studies or start their professional career.

Ans: Fees of Medical Colleges are payable in US Dollar by forex company/bank through TT (Telegramic Transfer). Documents required during payment of fees are college admission letter, valid student passport/ passport application, student pan card and pan card of the person who will transfer the money to the college. All transactions are processed through parents/student’s bank account to college account only.

Ans: Flights, Trains and Buses are frequent for travelling within Kazakhstan. For international travel most of the major cities in India are connected to Kazakhstan by air.

Ans: Kazakhstan is well connected with India by flight. It takes 3h 45m to reach from Delhi to Almaty. Flight rates would be around 12000- 15000 per person.

Ans: The duration of MBBS course in Kazakhstan is of 5 years with an additional 1 year of internship. The cost for this whole Medicine course is around 15 lakhs to 20 lakhs. The overall Cost of Living which includes travel, food and other things are cheaper in Kazakhstan.

Ans: Law & Order is well maintained so students can go safely and pursue their education.

Ans: Indian students can feel at home as Indian food is easily available in hostels. Indian food is also available in the market where students can enjoy their preferred delicacies during their leisure time.

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