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MBBS/Medical in Guyanan

Living in Guyana is a wonderful experience and would be one of the finest environment and climatic conditions for your studies. Guyana is an amazing blend of the Caribbean and South America and is the only English speaking country in the south. Guyana's way of life is fundamentally the same as that of the English-speaking Caribbean and has verifiably been fixing to the English-speaking 

America Guyana, a beautiful country is a tropical paradise and has much to offer; adventure, tranquillity history, beauty, nature and an imitable blend of warm and friendly people with the richness of many cultures. Education in Guyana is one prominent factor of the country. It is given to a great extent by the administration of Guyana, through the Ministry of Education and its arms. With 8.3% of its GDP spent on education, Guyana sits with Cuba, Iceland, Denmark and Botswana as among a couple of nations with top spending on education. Geography

The Republic of Guyana lies in the north-east of South America, north of the equator it is bordered by Suriname on east Brazil on the south and Venezuela on the west, and to the north and east, extends to the North Atlantic Ocean. The coastal plain, along which the majority of the population lives, is flat but the country is famous for its mountain ranges, lush forests, vast savannahs and above all the majestic Kaieteur falls with an overall drop of 251meters and a sheer drop of 226 meters.

The Country

Living in Guyana is a wonderful experience and would be one of the finest environment and climatic conditions for your study. Guyana is an amazing blend of the Caribbean and South America and is the only English speaking country in South America. The beautiful country is a tropical paradise and has much to offer; adventure ran quality, history, beauty, nature and an inimitable blend of warm and friendly people with the richness of many.

Population & Land Area

The current population of Guyana is 785,443 as of Tuesday, April 1, 2019, based on the latest United Nations estimates. Guyana population is equivalent to 0.01% of the total world population. Guyana ranks number 165 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population. The population density in Guyana is 4 per Km2 (10 people per mi2) The total land area is 196,850 Km2 (76,004 sq. miles) 30.4 % of the population is urban (238,995 people in 2019). The median age in Guyana is 24.9 years.

Capital and Largest City

Georgetown is the capital city of Guyana and also the most populous city in the country. It is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, near the Demerara River estuary’s eastern bank. The landscape of the city can be described as flat coastal plains. The city is surrounded by vast expanses of marshy swamps and cane fields.

Climate

In Guyana, the climate is hot and humid all year round as it overlooks the Atlantic Ocean in the north and touches the Equator in the extreme south. As for the rainfall, in Guyana, there are two rainy seasons (from December to early February and from late April to mid-August) and two relatively dry seasons (typically February-March and September-October). Both duration and intensity of rainfall vary depending on the area, but everywhere the period May-August is very rainy. In the areas that don't have a real dry season, we can speak of equatorial climate, otherwise, of a tropical climate. The rains mainly occur in the form of heavy showers and thunderstorms, usually in the afternoon or evening. Guyana has a warm tropical climate. There is an average rainfall of 2,350mm per year in the coastal region. Inland rainfall averages 1,520 mm per annum. North-east trade wind moderate coastal temperatures.

Religions

Christianity is the dominant religion in Guyana. Christians account for 57.4% of the population of the country. Hindus comprise 28.4% of the nation’s total population. Muslims and believers of other religions like indigenous religions, Buddhists, Rastafarians, and Baha’is accounted for 7.2% and 1.9% of the population of the country, respectively. 2.3% claimed non-believers of any religious faith. Languages

English is the official language of Guyana, which is the only South American country with English as the official language. Guyanese Creole which is an English-based creole with African and East Indian syntax is widely spoken in Guyana.

A number of Amerindian languages are also spoken by a minority of the population. These include Cariban languages such as Macushi, Akawaio and Wai-Wai; and Arawakan languages such as Arawak (or Lokono) and Wapishana.

Literacy

The overall literacy rate of Guyana is 88.5%. The literacy rate of a male in Guyana was 87.2%and the literacy rate of female was 89.8%. In 2018.

Currency

The Guyanese dollar (GYD) has been the unit of account in Guyana (formerly British Guiana) since 29 January 1839. The Guyanese dollar is normally abbreviated with the dollar sign $, or alternatively G$ to distinguish it from other dollar-denominated currencies.

Advantages of studying in Guyana

The medical universities in Guyana offer MBBS program with international standard and very affordable price. The medical universities in Guyana are recognized by MCI, WHO and UNESCO. Universities offer health science programs with a high level of professionalism, exactness and problem-solving. skills, upon which the foundations of specialist training and an independent medical practice can be built, which facilitates further education and development of their knowledge throughout their life. The academic curriculum of the medical program in the medical universities of Guyana is designed according to the international standards. Even the cost of living and education in Guyana is very affordable for international students. The quality of living in Guyana is very high.

Also, Guyana universities are listed in the world health organization. The AVICENNA Directories, which is a publicly accessible database of school, colleges, and universities for education of academic professions in health. The universities are also listed in the international medical education Directory (IMED) and are recognized by the world health organization (WHO), MedicalCouncil of India (MCI) as well as by the department of education via registration with the national accreditation council of Guyana. They also have accreditation from Swiss association pharmaceutical professionals.

The students who complete their MBBS from Guyana medical colleges are eligible to work in any part of the world, In fact, the Indian students who graduate from a medical university of Guyana, can come back and apply for a job in India after clearing the national examination conducted by MCI. Indian food is available in the universities especially for the Indian students opting the universities for their medical education. There is absolutely no problem in getting Indian food in the medical universities of Guyana. Affiliated Hospitals Universities are affiliated withGeorgetown Public Hospital Corporation in Georgetown,Guyana and with several other hospitals in USA and Philippines. Admission Requirements for MBBS in Guyana

  • Documents of 10th and 12th documents
  • 50% aggregate marks in 12th with physics, chemistry and biology
  • Medical Certificates

MBBS in Guyana can be a life-changing experience in one's life. It is one of the best places to stay and spotlight on the requesting educational programs of a restorative school while getting a charge out of the sights and joys of the Caribbean. Despite the fact that you will remain in another place, you won't feel far from home.

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