FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Unlike the other countries, there are no pre-qualifying examinations like CET, TOEFL, etc for admission to the Universities in Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova .The admissions are based on the 12th standard marks for the Graduate courses and as per the equivalency of the Indian graduate degree with the Russian degrees for the postgraduate courses. All admissions are strictly on a first come first serve basis.
As per Medical Council of India the minimum qualification for Indian Students to study in these countries is 50% in physics, chemistry and biology in 12th standard. In case of SC/ST it is 40%. The minimum age should be 17 years on 31-12-13.
The medium of Instruction is ENGLISH but students have to learn Local Language because it helps students in their practical training whereas they have to communicate with local people. It’s also helpful in communicating with local people.
Yes, but first student has to qualify Screening Test of MCI.
Academic Curriculum starts from 1st week of September in all three countries Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, & Moldova.
Students get unlimited chance to clear MCI Screening Test. MCI conducts screening test twice a year i.e. March and September.
Yes, after clearing the screening test and getting your MCI registration with the state or central council, you are eligible for any government & private appointment.
MBBS duration is 6 year in all these countries in English medium.
Yes, We will fully assist you in applying for educational loan, the decision of sanctioning the loan is entirely with Yes, we will fully assist you in applying for educational loan, the decision of sanctioning the loan is entirely.
A student need not to come back to India every year during his vacation but if a student wants to come he/she has to inform the university accordingly. All three countries have two breaks, winter and summer.
No, A student cannot do a job while studying since he/she is having a student visa. with No, a student cannot do a job while studying since he/she is having a student visa.
Every university has an International Students Department where a student could address their problems directly or they can contact Paper Planes Representative.
Generally students need approx. 100$- 200$ per month. This figure is approximate and would differ from city to city and on person lifestyle.
All students who are going to Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, and Moldova need to take medical Insurance to cover them for any medical assistance, from University.
Student can take International debit card, forex card or hard cash (USD) with them. The International Student Department of the university will help students to open their bank account in respective Country.
To get Ukraine’s visa, students have to give visa interview at Ukrainian embassy of their respective country.
As per the procedure with our academy, all foreigners need to sign a contract ever year. This contract would specify educational responsibility on the part of the university and the contracted fees, which would remain stable. This contract is general in nature and statutory requirements in these countries.
Will the University refund the fees, in case the student is unable to complete the course because of home sickness, expulsion, sickness etc.?
At the time of your admission the University makes all arrangements to receive the student once the student is admitted to the University. This would include the study material, hostel arrangements etc. Therefore, once the student reports to the University and joins the same, the University regrets its inability to refund any part of the educational fees and other expenses paid by the student. In case a student comes back to India for with valid reason; an application could be made to the University to hold the fees in credit so that the student could join in the coming semester.