Studying MBBS can be expensive, especially if you look at the educational fees of private Indian medical colleges. If you are lucky enough to get a government Indian medical institute then you are set. But when you don’t then what? What will happen when your NEET 2021 score is somewhere around 400 to 500? What will happen when you cannot get the college and course of your desire? As per many students, you have two options:
- Drop a year and appear for the NEET 2022 examination.
- Take admission in private medical colleges. Both of these options are far from ideal.
You drop a year but what guarantee you have that next year your exam score will be enough for government medical colleges. And as an option B taking admission in private medical colleges is only possible if you belong to a rich family. So, what will happen to students who neither want to drop a year nor have the money for private Indian medical colleges? We are presenting option number C-go for MBBS in Russia.
Yes, you heard it right. To many studying MBBS abroad sounds like a bad plan. I mean there is a false belief that studying abroad will cost you more money. Well, that is just a false belief. Studying MBBS in Russia is way cheaper than expected. Russia has become a global hotspot in terms of international students. Quality education, world-class infrastructure, best faculties and most advanced technologies all make Russia an ideal spot for studying MBBS abroad. And the best point is you will get all these facilities at affordable prices.
The Kursk State Medical University is a true epitome of the advanced Russian education system. Unlike Indian private medical colleges, you will not have to pay a lot of money to complete your white coat dream. And if you are thinking that low price means lower educational value, well in the words of Chandler Bing himself, “you could not be more wrong”. KSMU is known for its education and is under the list of the top 10 most prestigious medical colleges in Russia.
So you decide, study MBBS abroad under 10 to 15 lakh or invest 60 lakh or above in private Indian medical colleges. What is your choice?