MBBS in Kazakhstan for Pakistani Students – Tariff 2022
MBBS in Kazakhstan for Pakistani students is a famous destination for Pakistani students, medical colleges in Kazakhstan are internationally recognized and the universities are green “Category A” and country 1 list of PMC Pakistan Medical Commission. Pakistani students can sit for the PMC NLE exam immediately after completing their studies in medical universities in Kazakhstan.
Medical universities in Kazakhstan are recognized by the World Health Organization and approved by the National Medical Commission of Pakistan (NMC), hence a large number of Pakistani students also study Ph.D. in English in Kazakhstan. MBBS in Kazakhstan Fee Structure for international students. Very few medical universities in Kazakhstan also offer the BDS program in dentistry in English.
Why choose MBBS in Kazakhstan?
Kazakhstan’s medical universities are state-run and some are private.
They approved by the Pakistan Medical Commission and classified as category “A” by the PMC.
Postgraduate students can apply for USMLE, PLAB, GMC and ECFMG certifications.
Kazakhstan is a Muslim country and therefore Pakistani students can easily adapt to the Muslim environment.
There are more than 5,000 international students studying in the general medicine PhD program in Kazakhstan.
The curriculum of Kazakhstan’s medical school is in line with international standards.
Most universities in Kazakhstan have a modular system, a modern system of medical education.
Foreign and Russian professors teach at Kazakh universities.
The duration of MBBS/BDS education in Kazakhstan is 5 years, including clinical practice.
Hostels are furnished and there is meat for Pakistani and Pakistani students.
Candidates are provided with separate rooms with separate sleeping areas.
05 years MBBS course:
The duration of MBBS in Kazakhstan is only 05 years, which attracts most Pakistani and Pakistani students to study medicine in Kazakhstan as it saves 1 year. Most of the universities of different countries offer 06-year MBBS courses. During this year, the student can study by internship in hospitals under the supervision of doctors. PMC accepts medical diplomas of 5 years duration so that Pakistani students can take PMC NLE exam in Pakistan or other licensing exams like USMLE (America), PLAB (GMC UK), NMC Pakistan or AMC (Australia).
Students with at least 50% marks in HSSC/GCE A-Level exams are eligible to apply.
Students must be in good health and under 30 years of age.
Educational documents must be approved and verified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Universities in Kazakhstan may require a short interview before issuing an acceptance letter.
MBBS Fee Structure in Kazakhstan for Pakistani students:
Here are the top-1 medical colleges in Kazakhstan ranked in category A and country-1 list by PMC. Tuition fees for MBBS range from USD 3400 to 4500 per year, while boarding fees range from USD 600 to 1000 per year depending on the standard of living and location. The boarding tuition fee for Pakistani and Pakistani students is USD 600 per semester.
From our experience, we recommend Russian Medical University in Kazakhstan for Pakistani students.
it is the best MBBS university in Kazakhstan as it is modern, developed and located in Almaty city, the largest city in Kazakhstan. This was also the capital of Kazakhstan in the past. Tuition fees at the Russian Medical University of Kazakhstan are low and affordable, especially for Pakistani students. Kazakhstan Russian Medical University campus is located very close to Almaty airport which is very convenient for Pakistani students, especially women.
Kazakhstan, officially the Republic of Kazakhstan, is a transcontinental country located mainly in Central Asia.
with its westernmost regions in Eastern Europe. The world’s largest landlocked country and the ninth largest in the world (2,724,900 sq km), Kazakhstan is the most economically dominant country in Central Asia, producing 60% of the region’s GDP, mainly from the oil and gas industry. It also has vast mineral resources.
Officially, Kazakhstan is a democratic, secular, unitary, constitutional republic with a diverse cultural heritage. Kazakhstan borders Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan and has a large part of the Caspian Sea. It has no border with Mongolia, although the distance between them is only 37 km.
On 25 October 1990, Kazakhstan declared sovereignty over its territory as a republic within the Soviet Union. Following a failed coup attempt in Moscow in August 1991.
Kazakhstan declared its independence on 16 December 1991, becoming the last Soviet republic to declare independence. Ten days later, the Soviet Union ceased to exist.
As of 2014, tourism represented 0.3% of Kazakhstan’s GDP, but the government plans to increase this share to 3% by 2020. In 2017, Kazakhstan ranked 43rd in the world in terms of tourist arrivals. In 2000, Kazakhstan visited by a total of 1.47 million foreign tourists and in 2012 the number increased to 4.81 million. According to the 2009 census, 70% of the population are Muslim, 26% are Christian, 0.2% are Buddhist, 0.1% practice other religions (mainly Judaism), 3% are not religious, and 0.5% chose not to answer. According to the Constitution, Kazakhstan is a secular state.
Cost of living in Kazakhstan:
The cost of living in Almaty or any other city in Kazakhstan is relatively low and affordable compared to other regions. Even in Nur-Sultan (the capital of Kazakhstan), the monthly cost of living for international students is around $100-150. But if a student wants to stay on campus, it is very advantageous for international students.
The dormitories on campus furnished, safe, and separate for female students who want to study medicine at medical universities in Kazakhstan. Pakistani and Pakistani halal food is easily available on campus. There are supermarkets near the university campuses from which international students can easily buy daily necessities at affordable prices.