MBBS In China
By the way, China is known for having the highest population in the world. But China is the second-largest economy in the world and the fastest-growing developing country. Due to its rapid growth, China has developed some such technology in the medical field, which has become a challenge for a developed country. China appears to be far ahead in the medical industry compared to other countries. Some of the medical universities here are famous all over the world as well as MBBS courses here.
If you are thinking of pursuing MBBS abroad for less money, then perhaps China is the cheapest and best option for you. Even without any scholarship, you can complete MBBS in this country with less money than it is after a scholarship in India. Today we will know what are the benefits you are going to get after pursuing MBBS from China? What should be the eligibility? What is the admission process? And why should you do MBBS from China?
Why should students pursue MBBS from China?
- There are 45 medical universities in China authorized by the Medical Council of India (MCI) whose degrees are recognized all over the world.
- Some of the top universities there complete the curriculum in open English language, due to which students from abroad come there and an international atmosphere is created.
- China is recognized all over the world for its advanced medical technology, hi-tech hospitals, research centers, and next-generation medicine.
- By pursuing an MBBS course from China, you are taught traditional medicine from China, which makes the MBBS course unique here.
- Some medical universities are famous all over the world because of their methods and facilities, from where after passing out MBBS, you move towards a great career.
Let's have a look at MBBS in China course details and Eligibility
- Course Name: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).
- Basic Eligibility Criteria:Minimum 50% in 10+ 2 Examinations with BPC Subjects and NEET.
- Medium Language: English (preferred)
- Duration of Course: 5+1 Years
- International English Language Testing System(IELTS): Not Required
- English as a Foreign Language test (TOEFL): Not Required
A student who wishes to admission to any medical university in Kazakhstan must follow this eligibility criterion-
- The student must be at least 17 years old
- 12th passout with 50% marks in BPC subject from any approved board
- Qualified NEET Entrance Exam
- Have all the required documents
Note: For SC / ST and OBC students, it is necessary to pass in 12th with at least 40% marks.
Whereas some universities have made 60% result in 12th compulsory for all students, irrespective of caste and religion.
No very special type of document is required in the admission process, you get admission only with the basic document. You must have a virgin copy of the document. Below is the list of required documents-
- Admission university letter
- Copy of NEET scorecard
- Medical Certificates
- HIV Certificates
- Marksheet of 10th and 12th standard
- Migration certificate
- Bank statement
- Birth certificate
- Valid Passport.
Application dates and deadlines 2021
Most of the medical universities of China start admission at the beginning of May, their last date is till the end of September. Usually, the class of his first semester starts on October 15. You can contact us for specific information related to admission. We suggest all our students fill the form in the initial phase of admission itself. Because seats are very limited and there are too many, you may face difficulties later.
Semester details of China Medical Universities:
Frequently Asked Questions
Generally, medical students pursuing MBBS from China may have to pay from ₹ 2 to 5 lakhs as an annual tuition fee. If we talk about living there, then the living cost there is almost the same as in India, so the living cost doesn't make sense to think too much about. If you talk about course completion then you may have to spend from Rs.10 to 30 lakhs Indian rupee. Many types of government and private scholarship programs are run in China, by participating in which you can save your fees to a great extent.
Most of the medical universities collect the tuition fee for the year in one go, while some offer the option of installation. It depends on the institution how you will pay the fees. All universities also make arrangements for accommodation for the students coming from outside and you have to pay the fees according to the semester or every year. If you are short of money, you can apply for an education loan. Most of the banks offer interest-free education loans for a fixed period.