List of Cheap Medical Universities in Russia

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I’m sure everybody reading this post will agree with me that the cost of studying medicine in usually very high. Yes, tuition fees for medicine is high when compared with other programs in the fields of Engineering, Sciences, Arts, Social Sciences etc. The fact that tuition fees for medicine are very high doesn’t mean that there are no countries where it’s affordable. Countries like Russia, Ukraine, Belarus etc charge very cheap tuition fees for medicine in their countries. So if you do not have plenty money to study medicine in Canada, US or Australia where the tuition fees is very high, why not make up your mind now to study in Russia.

In today’s article we shall focus on studying medicine in Russia as an international student. All the information you need to know, how to apply for admission and the requirements.

Russia, officially referred to as the Russian Federation, is a transcontinental country in Eastern Europe and North Asia. Russia is a very big country and is bordered by over 14 countries and they include the following: Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland (via the Kaliningrad Oblast), Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, the People’s Republic of China and North Korea.

Cost of living in Russia

The cost of living in Russia is one of the lowest in Europe. A student needs between $200 to $300 per month for living expenses which covers the cost of feeding, accommodation, transportation, buying of books, recreation etc. Please note that cost of living varies and depends on factors like the spending habit of student and the city he or she resides.

Tuition fees for Medicine in Russia

The tuition fees charged by Russian medical universities are very low and affordable. If you choose to study in English language, you can pay tuition fees in the range of $4000 to $7000 per year, but if you choose to study in Russian medium, expect to pay tuition fees in the range of $3000 to $4000 per year. Please note this: If you are planning to study in Russian language, you will have to enroll in language training schools for 6 months or one academic year prior to your studies. Almost all Russian universities have language classes for international students wishing to learn their language before they start their studies. Tuition fees for this language program ranges from $1300 to $2000 depending on the university

How to apply for admission into Russian universities

Applying for admission to study medicine in Russia isn’t that easy unless you have an agent that will handle the process for you. If you want to hire us for your admission and visa process, kindly send your documents to enquiries@goabroadeduservices.com. We shall provide you with the admission and invitation letters, plus other documents needed for your visa process.

Admission requirements to study medicine in Russia

The documents needed to study medicine in Russia include the following: Olevel or Secondary school certificate with good grades, 2 passport photographs, and valid international passport. Note that no entrance exams is needed for admission into Russian university.

List of cheap tuition medical universities in Russia

Please find below, a list of medical universities in Russia:

 

 

Saint Petersburg State Mechnikov Medical Academy
  •  English medium :
    First year : USD 5,600
    Second to sixth year : USD 5,600
  • Russian medium :
    First year : USD 2,600
    Second to sixth year : USD 2,600
Saint Petersburg State Pediatrics Medical Academy
  • English medium :
    First year : USD 5,000
    Second to sixth year : USD 5,000
  • Russian medium :
    First year : USD 3,000
    Second to sixth year : USD 3,000
Saint Petersburg State Pavlov Medical University  
  • English medium :
    First year : USD 5,300
    Second to sixth year : USD 5,300
  • Russian medium :
    First year : USD 3,200
    Second to sixth year : USD 3,200
Kazan State Medical University  
  • English medium :
    First year : USD 3,800
    Second to sixth year : USD 3,800
  • Russian medium :
    First year : USD 1,700 + 300 = USD 2,000
    Second to sixth year : USD 1,700
  • Hostel Fees: USD 500 per year
  • Insurance: USD 100 per year
Ashtrakhan State Medical Academy  
  • English medium :
    First year : USD 4,300
    Second to sixth year : USD 3,300
  • Russian medium :
    First year : USD 2,000
    Second to sixth year : USD 2,000
  • Hostel Fees: USD 150 per year
    Insurance: 100 per year
Volgagrad State Medical Academy
  • English medium :
    First year : USD 5000
    Second to sixth year : USD 5000
  • Russian medium :
    First year : USD 3500
    Second to sixth year : USD 3500
Ivanovo State Medical Academy  
  • English medium :
    First year : USD 2,700
    Second to sixth year : USD 2,200
Rostov State Medical Academy
  • English medium :
    First year : USD 3,300
    Second to sixth year : USD 2,800

(The above said fees includes College fees, hostel fees and medical Insurance)

Stavropol State Medical University
  • English medium :
    First year : USD 3,000
    Second to sixth year : USD 2,500

(The above said fees includes College fees, hostel fees and medical Insurance)

 
Vitebsk State Medical University
  • English medium :
    First year : USD 2,700
    Second to sixth year : USD 2,200

 

 

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