Study MBBS in Kyrgyzstan
Medical education in Kyrgyzstan
The percentage of students passing the MCI Screening Test from Kyrgyzstan is same as that of Russia and very close to that of China and Ukraine due to its quality of education. This shows that the studies imparted is of a very high-quality in Kyrgyzstan and is recognized in the World Health Organization (WHO) Directory of World Medical Schools. This listing makes a student graduating from such Medical Universities and Medical Colleges in Kyrgyzstan eligible to appear for many of the screening tests like the USMLE, PLAB, and FMGE otherwise known as MCI screening test. This has led to an ever-increasing number of international students making their way to Kyrgyzstan to study Medicine.
Advantages of MBBS in Kyrgyzstan
No Entrance Exam Required
Very simple Admission process
Entire education in English Medium
More than 6,000 Indian students are studying MBBS in Kyrgyzstan
Affordable tuition fee and living expenses
The classes are conducted in small batches of 12 to 15 students per class which ensures Individual Attention
Kyrgyzstan is a Safe and Secure Environment
Medical Council of India (MCI) Recognized
Weather almost similar to North India
Recognized by WHO
Duration of course 5 years
Indian mess Available in all college
Good Flight Connectivity
India - Kyrgyzstan Relationship
Historically, India has had close contacts with Central Asia, especially countries which were part of the Ancient Silk Route, including Kyrgyzstan. During the Soviet era, India and the then Kyrgyzia Republic had limited political, economic and cultural contacts. Since the independence of Kyrgyz Republic on 31st August 1991, India was among the first to establish diplomatic relations in 1992; the resident Mission of India was set up in 1994.
Food habits & cuisines in Kyrgyzstan are almost the same as in Eastern Europe. Students may have an opportunity to get exposed to one of the finest cuisines in Europe.
The medium of Education in English. Students, Professors, Lecturers speak English, Russian & Kyrgyzstan.