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Are you an MBBS aspirant looking for Best and Cheapest MBBS in the World? You must drop your research work right here!

 In the world, there has been significant growth in the field of medicine and healthcare. No doubt it’s been the most essential and satisfying profession. Doctors are equated to God. A selfless job of curing illness. Listening to words of gratitude is a treasure for doctors. How to become a doctor? questions lingering around the mind of MBBS aspirants.

You should know about the role of doctors, their duties inside and outside the hospital. A doctor’s duty is to treat and cure sick people. In this profession one must have an intention of serving humanity. This is one of the professions which earn too much respect in society. Unlike many other professions, a doctor treats people belonging to different religions, castes and creeds. He never discriminates among his patients nor ever he lets patient feel their religion, caste or creed.

Beyond the numerous advantages and desire to acquire the medical qualification of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery MBBS, we also understand that the financial implication of taking on studies in this field of medicine can be discouraging due to the lack of cheapest MBBS universities and colleges in the world.

See the list of the best and cheapest medical colleges and universities in the world below.

1.     AIIMS, Delhi

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi is a medical college and medical research public university based in New Delhi, India. The Institute was established in 1956 and operates autonomously under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The Institute has comprehensive facilities for teaching, research and patient-care. Teaching and research here are conducted in 42 disciplines. AIIMS offers various best-in-class medical graduation and post-graduation courses and awards degrees under its own name. AIIMS has been consistently ranked the top medical college in India. The total fee paid is INR 8,140 for the 5-year MBBS programme.

2.     Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi

Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi was established in 1958. It is also known as MAMC. It is a medical college in New Delhi affiliated to the University of Delhi. Maulana Azad Medical College offers various undergraduate, postgraduate and super speciality courses in different streams that include Medicine and Allied Sciences, Pharmacy, and Sciences. The college has various departments that are  Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Biochemistry, Community Medicine, Dermatology, STD and Leprosy, ENT, Forensic Medicine, General Medicine, General Surgery, Medical Education, Microbiology, Neonatology and many more. The total fee paid is INR 13,820 for MBBS programme.

3. R.G Kar Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata

Established as the Calcutta School of Medicine in 1886, this institution is alleged to be one of Asia’s oldest private colleges. The college is affiliated with the University of Health Science of West Bengal and ranked 11th on India Today’s (2017) list of the best medical colleges in the country. The total fee paid is INR 66,520 for the 5-year MBBS programme.

4.  Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore

BMCRI, affiliated with the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, was brought up in the AIIMS league under a centrally sponsored scheme. The college is one of the few offering hands-on microsurgery training and is ranked 12th in India Today’s and Outlook India’s list of the best medical schools. It has also been ranked 10th on The Week’s list of the best medical schools. The total fee paid is INR 72,670 for the 5-year MBBS programme.

5. Bukovinian State Medical University, Ukraine

The University was founded in 1944. Bukovinian State Medical University has 7 faculties of which there are four medical faculties, stomatological, pharmaceutical, and the faculty of post-graduate training. The University consists of 47 departments. It is Chernivtsi's oldest and largest university. This university is modern and it is recognized by WHO and NMC. The annual fee of MBBS programme is INR 2,73,000.

6. Kyiv Medical University of UAFM, Kiev

The University was established in 1992 by Dr. Pokanevich Valeriy. It is the best medical university of Ukraine. Ecological problems, development, and applications of medical in life are the fields of work of the university. Among the top medical universities in Ukraine, 'Kyiv Medical University of UAFM' officially ranks 3rd. Practical programs which this university provides make students study deeply. It is the only university which send its students to practice in Poland or Germany. The annual fee for MBBS programme is INR 2,45,000.

One of the important decisions of your life after completing high school is to select a University. The brutal truth, in India there are very few limited seats for medical aspirants. Many Indian medical aspirants choose MBBS in Abroad after facing rejection from Indian Medical Colleges. So, the other option is studying in abroad. Research about the College or University up to an extent. Make sure the University has a good reputation in the market. Research must include the departments of the college, laboratories, and other facilities. Choose a country where the fees and lifestyle are affordable. Your first and foremost priority should be education.

Go step by step for taking admission not just jump into a Low Fee college. The most important factors to choose University is to look for reputation, overall students experience and finances related to Colleges and Living Abroad. Applying this method of selecting a college, thousands of options will be narrowed down to one single option.



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