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MBBS in Russia

MBBS-IN-RUSSIA

Study MBBS in Russia provides students with many benefits ranging from help in availing loans and scholarships. The students can even work during their study period and get some financial support for their studies. There are a lot number of Indian students who wish to pursue an MBBS degree.

For those who aspire to pursue MBBS and are looking for a university to study, then they must visit Russia. It is one of the famous destinations for excellent MBBS education at cost effective fees. MBBS in Russia is for those international students who are looking for a viable option to pursue their education in medicine.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • The student must be above the age of 17 years and below the age of 25 years on 31st December of the year of admission to the MBBS course.
  • Students must have valid NEET Scorecard. Only NEET Qualified students can go to study from abraod.
  • Undergraduate course for Indian Students: As per the part III, Section 4 of the Gazette of India, extraordinary issue dated 18.02.2002, an Indian citizen eager of joining an undergraduate medical course in any foreign medical institution on or after 15th March 2002 should have Eligibility Certificate issued by Medical Council of India, New Delhi. India. To get the Eligibility certificate a candidate must pass 10+2 or equivalent class (biology, physics, and chemistry with minimum 50% marks) from a recognized college.
  • Post-graduate course: Graduation in Medical and one-year internship from recognized college/university/institution by the Government of the concerned country.
  • For other students: as per the rules of the concerned country.


Top Universities for MBBS Study in Russia:

Volgograd State Medical University

MBBS in Russia

Volgograd State Medical University is located in Volgograd which is situated in the southern part of Russia on the west bank of the Volga River. It started as Stalingrad Medical Institute founded in 1935. In 1993 it got the status of the Academy, and in 2003 it was granted the status of the University.

Bashkir State Medical University

Medical Institute The Belgorod State University

MBBS in Russia

In 2009, Belgorod State University was selected along with other 27 finalists of the national competition of higher education institutions development programs to be awarded the category of national research university.In 2009, the University became the base institution of The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Network University, in the priority areas of Nanotechnology, Regional Studies and Ecology.

Crimea State Medical University

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In July 1995 the Crimean Medical Institute was accredited on IV (higher) level with autonomy granted. On 8 December 1995 the Institute was named in honor of S. I. Georgievskiy for his personal contribution for institute's restoration and development. Since September 1996 professor A. A. Babanin heads the Institute. On 26 January 1998 the Cabinet of Ukraine decided to transform the Crimean Medical Institute into the University.

Far Eastern Federal University

MBBS in Russia

Far Eastern Federal University is a federal institution of higher education, accredited and funded by the Russian Ministry of Education. FEFU is the oldest, largest, and highest-ranking university in eastern Russia, established in 1899 during the Russian Empire era, by a special order of Tsar Nicholas II. According to the ratings of the Russian Ministry of Education, FEFU is one of the top five Russian universities and has been listed as number two in a recent publication of the top national universities rankings. FEFU is the only university of eastern Russia accredited as a scientific university by the Russian Ministry of Industry, Science and Technology. FEFU earned this accreditation for its scientific achievements: according to the Science Citation Index, FEFU faculty members contribute 78% publications of all Russian Far East universities and colleges in worldwide peer-reviewed scientific journals.

Kursk State Medical University

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Kursk State Medical University is a Russian medical university located in Kursk, western Russia, established in 1935. In 1994 it was granted university status.The decision to create a medical institute was taken in 1935, and the first class of students began their studies in September of that year. The construction of the university buildings was not finished until 1940, which is also when the first group of medical doctors graduated.Between December 1941 and January 1944, the institute was evacuated to Alma-Ata and formed part of the Kazakh Medical Institute. The institute was re-opened in 1944.

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

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The Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia is one of the leading state higher educational institutions of Russia. The university has a multiprofile structure of faculties and majors. More than 77,000 graduates of the university work in 170 countries, among them more than 5,500 holders of PhD and Doctorate degrees. Lecturers train specialists in 62 majors and lines of study. More than 29,000 graduate and postgraduate students from 140 countries studying at the university as of 2014. They represent more than 450 nations and nationalities of the world. It has a team of 4,500 employees, among them 2,826 teachers. The university intellectual fund comprises more than 870 author's invention certificates and 150 patents of the Russian Federation in practically all fields of the university's scientific research.

Russian National Research Medical University, Moscow

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2nd MSU existed up to 1930. Later on, as a result of reorganization 3 independent institutes came to existence including 2nd Moscow State Medical Institute (2nd MSMI). Then a period of progressive development started and lasted till the World War. This includes the formation of new departments and faculties. Each department had a scientific student society of its own. During the early days of war, when the state examinations were over after spring, practically all the graduates were sent to the Red Army Forces. Throughout all the years of war, the institute operated as usual and kept on training specialists. On November 23, 1946 on account of 40 years of its foundation, the USSR Presidium of the Supreme Soviet decree decided to honour the institute with the name of I.V. Stalin. From that year onwards up to 1957, the institute was officially called "2nd MSMI named after I.V. Stalin".

Orenburg State Medical University

MBBS in Russia

The Orenburg State Medical University was organized in August of 1944. The first doctors graduated in May, 1946. By decision of State committee of Russia on Higher School the Institute was reorganized into The Orenburg State Medical University on July 15, 1994. Nowadays activity of the Orenburg State Medical University satisfies all modern standards and requirements presented to Higher School. Specialists in the sphere of medicine graduated from the University for many years. Graduates of the University work in state and private medical and preventive institutions, take leading positions in state administrative structures, solve primary issues on development of modern medicine.

Altai State Medical University

MBBS in Russia

Altai State Medical University (Russian: Алтайский государственный медицинский университет) is a public university in Barnaul, Russia. It is functioned by more than 60 departments and has seven faculties. It was founded by the Council of Ministers of the RSFSR in 1954. ASMU was formerly known as the Altai State Medical Institute until 1994. There are more than 4000 students studying yearly at ASMU. Most of the students are from Russian Federation with about 350 international students from India, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Mongolia, Afghanistan, and Nigeria. Foreign students must contact Omkar Medicom, India for their admission in Altai State Medical University.

Mari State Medical University

MBBS in Russia

Mari State University was founded in 1972 in Yoshkar-Ola, Mari El Republic. Mari State University consists of 6 faculties and 6 institutes that train well-educated specialists for most sectors of the Russian national economy. Mari State University is one of the five founder members of the International Association of Finno-Ugric universities, one of the forty-one members of Russia’s Association of Classical Universities. Classes are taken in Russian medium and English medium.

Admission process

Admissions to MBBS in Russia and post-graduate medical courses are open to all foreign students, who are fulfilling the eligibility criteria of the universities. The applicants are not required to clear any entrance exam viz. TOEFL or IELTS but they must have a valid NEET Scorecard. The Ministry of Public Health and the Ministry of Education Russia approves the course curriculum.
Prospectus along with application form is available in universities web site or from authorized diplomat of the individual country to which the candidate belongs. The duly filled up forms along with the attested photocopies of required documents shall be submitted through the concerned representative of the country to universities.
Admission will be confirmed only after counseling/screening of the documents/application form of the candidate and the approval of the Authorized Representative of universities.

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