MBBS IN NEPAL
Nepal Medical College
Nepal Medical College runs the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program of the Kathmandu University. The core curriculum of four and a half academic years comprises of basic medical sciences, community medicine, forensic medicine, medical informatics, community based learning and study of clinical subjects.
The curriculum includes problem-based learning (PBL), which is an initiative of Kathmandu University. University at the forefront of this program that has been adopted in various institutions globally. The PBL curriculum advocates integrated teaching and learning, which helps the student think of the patient in a holistic manner.
COURSE DURATION: 4.5 YEARS
The duration of MBBS in Nepal is 4 ½ years, dedicated to the theoretical study of basic medical sciences and clinical study. The medium of instruction is English.
AFFORDABLE FEE STRUCTURE
MBBS in Nepal is known to have an affordable fee structure. The MBBS course fee for Indian students seeking MBBS admission in Nepal is very less.
The cost of living in Nepal is affordable as compared to India. Hence, it is the best option for Indian students belonging to middle-class families to pursue MBBS in Nepal.
HIGHER PASSING RATIO IN MCI SCREENING TEST
The MCI pass percentage of students passing out from MBBS colleges in Nepal is very high because the education standards and syllabus are almost the same. That makes it very easy for the students to clear the exam.
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The culture of Nepal, food habits and language is familiar and does not need major adjustments. All of these reasons are enough for many Indians to head to Nepal for their higher studies in medicine.