COST OF STUDYING MBBS ABROAD

Let us help you plan your budget and manage your finances with ease, without having to worry at all.

1. Your tuition fee is a primary expense while studying MBBS abroad

There is a huge chunk of expenses and it depends upon the type of country and medical institution you choose. Here’s a quick overview of the tuition fees for MBBS programs in our top destinations.

Destination MBBS Program (annually) (USD)
Kyrgyzstan 6500-7500 $
Kazakhstan 3500-4500 $
Tajikistan 4500-5000 $
Barbados 8000 $
Georgia 4500-6500 $
*Please note all tuition fee figures are indicative and are subject to change at the discretion of the medical institutions

You can apply for various scholarships available for Indian students to bring down your educational expenses when studying abroad.

2. Accommodation

It is required for the students to stay at hostels provided by the colleges. From the second year, the student can choose from on-campus residence facilities if their institution offers. Or else off-campus accommodation options like sharing apartments are also available. The rentals may differ from one place to another. The student coordinators at the university will help you explore various accommodation options available to you.

3. Student visa cost!

Every country has its own set of rules and costs when it comes to visas. However, ISM EDUTECH has got it all covered for you under its special prices maintaining uniformity.ISM EduTech can ensure that there are no surprises when it comes to paying for the services we offer!

Speak with your ISM EDUTECH counsellor to know the latest updates regarding the student visa procedure to your chosen medical study destination.

4. Living expenses!

Living in a new country requires adaptation to its culture and ways of living. But, this sometimes comes with a cost. Try to keep some savings for everyday expenses which can be a wise idea. Everyday expenses may include grocery, communication (data & calling) expenses, stationery, utilities, social activities, and emergencies. Keeping a track of your expenditures makes you a responsible individual.

5. Health support!

Make sure you have medical insurance before your program starts, it is mandatory for all students travelling abroad!

Your counselor will share with you more on the medical assistance so that you do not end up spending major savings on your medical bills!

6. Commuting to and from campus or to nearby locations:

Most of the ISM EDUTECH partnered medical institutions provide shuttle services. If not, you’ll have to rely on the available public transport. In the vicinity, you can make use of local trains, buses, and subways, the schedule of which is available on the web or government listings. Monthly passes for commuting to your institution are a reasonable choice.