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KYRGYSTAN MBBS Education and Living

The Kyrgyz came under Tsarist Russian rule during the 19th century, and thousands of Slavic farmers migrated into the region. A country of striking beauty and towering peaks, Kyrgyzstan gained independence in 1991 with the collapse of Soviet Russia. In 1998, Kyrgyzstan became the first former Soviet Russian Republic to Join the World Trade Organization. Kyrgyz make up two-thirds of the population, and there are a large number of Uzbek and Russian minorities. Raising livestock remains the main agricultural activity today. 

Fast Fact

Population: 5,172,000
Capital: Bishkek
Area: 199,900 square kilometers (77,182 square miles)
Language: Kyrgyz, Russian
Religion: Muslim, Russian Orthodox Christianity
Currency: Kyrgyzstani Som
Life Expectancy: 69 years
GDP per Capita: U.S. $2,900
Literacy Percent: 97%
Government type: Republic
Independence Day: 31st, August 1991 (from the Soviet Union)

A rugged nation in Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan is officially known as Kyrgyz Republic, shares the snow-capped Tian Shan Mountains with China. Some 75 percent of the land is mountainous. Landlocked and mountainous, Kyrgyzstan is bordered by Kazakhstan to the north, Uzbekistan to the west, Tajikistan to the southwest and China to the east. Its capital and largest city is Bishkek. it maintains a unitary parliamentary republic.

In their mountain fastness, the nomadic Kyrgyz, a Turkic-speaking people with loose ties to Islam, bred horses, cattle, and yaks for centuries. Kyrgyzstan is a country located in Central Asia.

The Kyrgyz came under Tsarist Russian rule during the 19th century, and thousands of Slavic farmers migrated into the region. A country of striking beauty and towering peaks, Kyrgyzstan gained independence in 1991 with the collapse of Soviet Russia. In 1998, Kyrgyzstan became the first former Soviet Russian Republic to join the World Trade Organization. Kyrgyz make up two-thirds of the population, and there are large Uzbek and Russian minorities. Raising livestock still remains the main agricultural activity today.

Economy

Industry: Small machinery, textiles, food processing, cement, shoes, sawn logs
Agriculture: Tobacco, cotton, potatoes, vegetables, sheep
Exports: Cotton, wool, meat, tobacco, gold, mercury, uranium, natural gas
—Text From National Geographic Atlas of the World, Eighth Edition

Climate

The climate varies regionally. The south-western Fergana Valley is subtropical and extremely hot in summer, with temperatures reaching 40 °C (104 °F).  The northern foothills are temperate, and the Tian Shan varies from dry continental to polar climate, depending on elevation. In the coldest area’s temperatures may decrease up to -15 °C for around 40 days in winter, and even some desert areas experience constant snowfall during this period.

Why study MBBS in Kyrgyzstan

  • Simple admission process
  • Easy student visa application process
  • NO ENTRANCE, NO DONATION & LOWEST FEE among former Soviet nations.
  • International Degree: Recognized by WHO, Listed by Medical Council of India, FAIMER, UNESCO, etc.
  • The entire educational curriculum is in English medium & High-Quality education.
  • Students professor ration 10:1.
  • Low-cost, High-demand and Limited seats.
  • Duration of course in Kyrgyzstan is 5.8 years including Internship.

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Cost of Education and Living Expenses

Kyrgyzstan is the one cheapest option for anyone choosing to do medicine abroad in an English medium institution. The studies of international students at Kyrgyzstan state universities are again subsidized by the Kyrgyz government by 50%. Average tuition fees per academic year amount to 2500 - 3000 USD depending on the specialty, university, language of instruction and city. Average accommodation fees at university hostel amount to 40-45 US $ per month, the cost of life and health insurance is 100 US $ per year. Monthly expenses for meals amount to 100-120 US $ on an average.

On getting admission to any of these medical universities, the students are given the option to either stay in the college campus or take a room in a PG nearby the college. A seat in college hostel costs less (40 USD/month) than staying in private accommodation which will cost at least 70 USD/month. However, all necessary facilities are provided in both types of accommodation. Laundry and transport costs are extra. Since the country’s weather keeps fluctuating throughout the year, both air conditioners for summers and room heaters and blankets for the winter season are provided to the students.

 

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