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MBBS/MD in Belarus

Why Belarus

  • Students of various countries prefer Belarus as best destination for higher education and the numbers are increasing every year.
  • There is a very high chance of Permanent Residence & Settlement in Europe after completion of study program.
  • Almost all the courses are recognized internationally. You have the Opportunity to get very good jobs after graduation because of the high standard and general acceptance of the degrees.
  • The climate ranges from mild to moderate, especially during the winters. The summers, on the other hand are cool and moist. The country lies in a transitional zone between maritime climates and continental climates. International residents do not face any difficulty while experiencing climatic features here.
  • Belarus universities have about the lowest tuition fee in the world; hence students can easily afford the cost of education.
  • Belarusian Universities are recognised internationally for the depth and quality of their courses. The Education qualification is globally accepted as an indication of a high level of competence in a broad range of fields – from science to business, foreign language training to arts and from legal studies to medicine.
  • The Cost of Education and general living cost is relatively cheap, compared to most of the other European countries.
  • The environment is very safe compared to most parts of Europe. Another advantage is that there is little or no corruption in Belarus.

Know About Belarus

Official Name: РЭСПУБЛІКА БЕЛАРУСЬ (Respublika Belarus') = Republic of Belarus. Another quite common name is White Russia, although this name is slightly confusing. The word "-rus" does not derive from the word "Russia" but from the ancient (Kievan) Rus, which also gave Russia its present name. The word 'Bela-' (resp. belo-) means 'white' in many Slavic languages. However, hundreds of years ago the same word had many more meanings, such as 'pure', 'free', 'western' but also 'northern'. There was also a historic region called 'Black Russia'. To cut a long story short - 'belo' might have nothing to do with the colour. Historically, the name White Ruthenia was widely used, too. Nowadays, the most common name is Belarus.

Area & Population : The Belarus covers 207,600 km² - roughly the same size as Kansas. "Thanks" to the 2nd World War, present-day Belarus is much bigger than it was 100 years ago.

The country is home to around 10.3 million* people (2004). Compared to other European countries, Belarus is rather sparsely populated. And the trend is negative - the growth rate is far below zero.

Around 81% are Belarusians, some 11% Russians. Other minorities (sorted by their share) include Ukrainians, Germans, Poles, Jews, Latvians etc. Before World War II, there was a very strong Jewish community in the country.

Economy : Since winning independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, Belarus has moved slowly on privatization and other market reforms, emphasizing instead close economic relations with Russia. About 80% of all industry remains in state hands, and foreign investment has been hindered by a climate hostile to private businesses. The banks, which had been privatized after independence, were renationalized after President Lukashenko took office in 1994. Economic output, which declined for several years, revived somewhat in the late 1990s, but the economy remained dependent on Russian subsidies. By 2011, however, the increased cost of imported fuel had undermined the economy, leading to a steep fall in the value of the Belarusian ruble, an inability to purchase imports, and enormous government debt.

Peat, the country's most valuable mineral resource, is used for fuel and fertilizer and in the chemical industry. Belarus also has deposits of granite, dolomite, chalk, sand, clay, and rock and potassium salt. Forests cover about a third of the land, and lumbering is an important occupation. Potatoes, flax, hemp, sugar beets, rye, oats, and wheat are the chief agricultural products. Dairy and beef cattle, pigs, and chickens are raised. Belarus has only small reserves of petroleum and natural gas and imports most of its oil and gas from Russia. The main branches of industry produce tractors and trucks, earth movers for use in construction and mining, metal-cutting machine tools, motorcycles, chemicals, fertilizer, textiles, and consumer goods. Russia is by far the most important trading partner; others include the Netherlands, Ukraine, and Germany.

Religion : Around 80% are Orthodox, but there is also a strong Roman-Catholic minority as well as Protestants and Jews.

Gomel State Medical University, Belarus

GSMU was founded in 1990 as per resolution of the council of ministers and order of the minister of health of the Belarusian soviet socialist republic.

Vitebsk State Medical University, Belarus

VSMU was founded in November 1934. In 1981 the faculty of overseas students training was opened. For the large merit of training physician of Asia