With the plea from Indian Government, the Uzbekistan’s Medical Higher Educational Institutes (MHEIs) has decided to provide 2000 seats to Indian medical students from Ukraine by following the the new screening test regulations and Foreign Medical Graduate Licentiate (FMGL) Regulations-2021.
At an affordable budget, quality education will be provided to these students along with a ‘study-and-stay-at-a-place’ and Indian food. Two undergraduate medical programs are offered to Indian students by Uzbekistan, i.e, 6 years MD Diploma and 5+1 years MBBS Degree with one year Internship, according to the press release. The University has huge contemporary infrastructure with a wide range of teaching beds in associated government clinics and hospitals along with 30 percent Indian and international professors with supplementary training which will help the students prepare for FMGE/NEXT exam.
The provisional admission letters to the students who passed the interview round was presented by Uzbekistan Ambassador Dilshod Akhatov. The interview round was organized by conducted by the Government Higher Medical Institutes of Uzbekistan like Bukhar State Medical Institute and Tashkent Medical Academy.