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MBBS/Medical in Kyrgyzstan

Did you want to go someplace exotic and off the beaten path - isn't that everyone's dream? Yet still within the realm of practicality. It's an amazing opportunity! Kyrgyzstan has always been ahead in the field of education and more specifically medicine. Studying in Kyrgyzstan is easy, cheap and flexible. All Universities are equipped with the most modern diagnostic and teaching aids.

Kyrgyzstan offers all the possible advantages I could hope for: pervasive use of the Russian language, opportunities to teach English, and a storied cultural, political, and religious history to boot! At the same time, Capital Bishkek is a growing and very liveable city; while it lacks the amenities of Western or even a well-developed Russian or Eastern Asian city, there's a sense of thrilling novelty about it. Kyrgyzstan has now become one of the biggest hubs for MBBS studies. If you are willing to get advanced MBBs studies and that too at a lower cost, then Kyrgyzstan is the best place to choose. Geography

Kyrgyzstan is a landlocked country in Central Asia, bordering Kazakhstan, China, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. It lies between latitudes 390 and 440 N, and longitudes 690 and 810E. It is further from the sea than any other individual country, and all its rivers flow into closed drainage systems which do not reach the sea. The mountainous region of the Tian Shan covers over 80% of the country (Kyrgyzstan is occasionally referred to as "the Switzerland of Central Asia", as a result) with the remainder made up of valleys and basins. Issyk-Kul Lake in the north-eastern Tian Shan is the largest lake in Kyrgyzstan and the second largest mountain lake in the world after Titicaca.

Population

The current population of Kyrgyzstan is 6,196,810 as of Monday, April 1, 2019, based on the latest United Nations estimates. Kyrgyzstan population is equivalent to 0.08% of the total world population. Kyrgyzstan ranks number 111 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population.

Area

Kyrgyzstan is a landlocked country in Central Asia with a total area of 1,99,949 km2. It is bordered in the north by Kazakhstan, in the east and southeast by China, in the southwest by Tajikistan and in the west by Uzbekistan. About 94 per cent of the country rises over 1 000 m, and 40 per cent at more than 3 000 m above sea level. Much of the mountain region is permanently covered with ice and snow and there are many glaciers, covering about 4 per cent of the territory. Capital

Bishkek formerly Pishpek and Frunze, is the capital and largest city of Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyz Republic). Bishkek is also the administrative centre of the Chuy Region. The province surrounds the city, although the city itself is not part of the province, but rather a province-level unit of Kyrgyzstan. The other large cities of Krgystan are Bishkek, Osh, Jalal-Abad, Karakul etc. Climate

The climate in Kyrgyzstan is generally sunny, averaging only about 70 days of rain a year. The climate is continental because Kyrgyzstan is located so far from any ocean. Though the summers in the cities can get quite hot, the mountains remain colder even in the hottest months. Winters are cold and snowy everywhere, especially at higher elevations. Days tend to be significantly warmer than nights, but the general climate of Kyrgyzstan is quite pleasant, with four defined seasons.

Language

Kyrgyzstan is one of the two former Soviet republics in CentralAsia to retain Russian as an official language, Kyrgyz is a state language. Uzbek and English are other languages.

Religions

Islam is the dominant religion of Kyrgyzstan: 80% of the population is Muslim while 17% follow Russian Orthodoxy and 3% other religions.

Literacy Rate Education in Kyrgyzstan is compulsory for nine years, between ages seven and 15. Following four years of primary and five years of lower secondary school, the system offers two years of upper secondary school, specialized secondary school, or vocational/technical school. In 2015, the adult literacy rate for Kyrgyzstan was 99.5 %. Adult literacy rate of Kyrgyzstan increased from 98.7 % in 1999 to 99.5 % in 2015 growing at an average annual rate of 0.40 %. Currency Some (KGS)

Time Zone The time zone in Kyrgyzstan is KGT (UTC+6)

Advantages of Studying in Kyrgyzstan

  • Very Easy Admission Procedure:  Kyrgyzstan has a very easy and simple admission procedure for MBBS students. In fact, this is a leading reason why studying MBBS in Kyrgyzstan has become so popular these days. On the other hand, the application process of scholar-visa is also pretty stress-free in nature and thus it can be easily attended by students without undergoing any unwanted complications. The candidates do not get bothered by high-amount donation and other related charges throughout the process of admission.
  • No Entrance Examination:  In every other country an Entrance-examination decides whether the student is going to get admission at targeted universities or not. But at Kyrgyzstan, the students do not have to go through any entrance-exam for getting admission. So the chances of getting admission for students get increased to a great extent.
  • Highest Education Standard: Kyrgyzstan has one of the best education standards and the students will experience advanced and latest technology oriented education system. Class amenities are quite impressive and the teaching techniques of teachers are pretty updated. Top-notch apparatus is being for making practical training successful.
  • International Exposure: International exposure makes an extra addition. Class-tests are conducted on a regular basis so that the students can have 100-per cent attendance. In fact, this is one of the best means of holding back the attention and concentration of students towards studies.
  • Lower Tuition-fees: Students who are intending to study MBBS in Kyrgyzstan need not require worrying about higher tuition-fees and living cost at all. If you have a restricted budget for MBBS education, then nowhere can be a better place for MBBS other than Kyrgyzstan.
  • Secured Campus: The most important thing is the campus security and this can be easily availed at the top-class Universities of Kyrgyzstan. The students will stay completely safe and thus the parents will also remain tension-free.
  • Amazing Internship Chances: Students getting admitted to Kyrgyzstan Universities can receive higher chances of internship at top-class hospitals. This internship is nothing but a great boost to students’ career. Medical-studies at Kyrgyzstan also enable the student's knowledge about the country’s profound educational history and culture.
  • Additional Experience: You can now even avail the credit-hour system by Universities that ensures an improved study. Sometimes, students are also given opportunities for working at different clinics under Universities. This is how students can now receive a better practical medical experience which adds a perfect edge to their professional career ahead.
  • The MBBS course in Kyrgyzstan is taught in two different languages which is a very important issue, English Medium and Russian.

The Indian students seeking admission are admitted in those institutions which are recognized by this medical council of India for screening test conducted by MCI.  Wide range of possibilities and broad exposure to clinical practice due to highly equipped multi-profile hospitals. Kyrgyzstan Medical Universities are approved by World Health Organization (WHO) in their "World Directory of Medical Schools" The International Medical EducationDirectory (IMED), ECFMG (USA), UNESCO, GeneralMedical Council (UK), European Union etc.

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