Getting a medical degree from a country like the USA is a great privilege to any Indian student. But most of our Indian population couldn’t afford a budget that big to send their kids to study MBBS in the USA. Studying MBBS in a country like the USA could cost a student up to one crore and above. If we add food and accommodation and personal expenses it could get a lot more.
So if you want to study MBBS in the USA just for the pride factor the only way to get an admission there is by spending a huge budget. But, if you want to study medicine in the USA for other factors like the quality of education, the education method and the curriculum in the country this blog could help you.
ALTERNATIVES FOR MBBS IN USA:
So according to our scenario, we couldn’t afford to study MBBS in the USA. So, let us look at other options a student could take within their budget range. Countries like Russia, China, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and The Philippines are considered as some of the hotspots to study MBBS abroad.
Out of these countries almost all the countries have their own education curriculum and way of teaching. Only The Philippines in this list is an exception.
Yes, The Philippines was a colony of the USA. This factor has influenced most of the country’s education system, mostly similar to that of the USA. The educational curriculum to study medicine in the USA is similar to that of the education curriculum in the USA. Thus the teaching methodology and the examination patterns will be similar to that of the USA.
MBBS in Philippines
Getting a seat to study MBBS in the Philippines could be the best thing. If, you couldn’t get a seat to study MBBS in USA.
Other than that the budget to study MBBS in the Philippines is also pocket friendly. Availability of Indian food and having a large number of Indian students studying MBBS in this particular country will make you feel like it’s India.
The most important thing is that The Philippines has the largest number of FMGE passed graduates when compared with other countries.
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