Why to go for USA/Netherland for MBBS?
Form the time of our childhood our parents, instructors and relatives prescribe studying either engineering or medicine. In our Indian society, if there are two children in a house then it is confirmed that one would be an engineer and other would be a doctor. This is the dream of the majority of Indians. But it is also observe that becoming a Doctor is the dream of mostly Indian student. Students desire to do their MBBS in USA is common in India.
In India, it is very difficult for a middle class family to get admission for their in medical colleges due to very high fee structure ranging between 15-20 Lacs. That’s the reason the craze of doing MBBS is Abroad is increasing among students. There are lots of benefits of doing MBBS from aboard. Some of them are below mentioned.
No Capitation or Donation Fees
In most of the foreign countries, there are no donation or capitation fees in most of the medical colleges. Even their tuition fee is very low as compared to India.
No Entrance Test
In Abroad, there is no entrance test to get admission in medical college like India. You will get admission as per your senior secondary performance.
Low cost of living
Cost of living is also as quiet cheap as a student can survive with very less amount.
Medical colleges in Abroad have world class infrastructure and modern equipment in hospitals.
High Career Opportunities
There are lots of career opportunities in abroad for the MBBS Students.
a. State-of-the-art facility with latest media and software tools
b. The university acquires a land of 20 acres area; main building accommodates lecture halls, anatomy laboratory, histology laboratory, library, administrative offices, kitchen, cafeteria, student lounge, recreation room.
c. Wi-fi available throughout the campus
d. On campus dorms (single and double)
e. Sports courts, table tennis, pool table available on campus
f. Food of choice (vegetarian and non- vegetarian)
g. 24 hour Security and Emergency Services
h. Sakai for study material, schedules, grades and communication