The increase of rupee against the dollar has started a terrible concern on the economy in India, and the worst-hit is for the Indian parents who are aspiring to send their children for studying MBBS abroad in foreign universities.
They have to exchange and convert more rupees compared to what it was required a year ago. Since the rupee has gone down by 20 per cent against the dollar this year, overseas medical education cost has also gone up.
“This condition has almost made a foreign MBBS study same as studying in India, which is considered as a luxury matter and not for the middle class parents since they have to pay huge donations in India to send their children to good universities,” says Susan Yan, senior team leader at CMEI.
However, Shihezi University has changed all these tables and has come forward by lowering their MBBS study tuition fees, so more and more Indian students can come to the University to study medical education, she says.
“This is the reason even the parents in India are applying for this Medical University as early as possible, to book the MBBS seat for their child,” says Ms. Yan.
Now studying in US, UK, Australian or even in Singapore has become very expensive according to Indian standards because of the rupee depreciation. These circumstances are worse for middle class families as most of them take education loans to pay the tuition fees.
Education expert Jay Khateja confirms that studying MBBS in Shihezi University is the ideal deal for the Indian parents who wish to send their children abroad for higher studies.
“No part-time job is required, if the students study in Shihezi University and they can concentrate on their MBBS studies, because of the low tuition fees,” says Ms. Becky Zhang.
Admissions open now for studying MBBS in Shihezi University, apply now by send us an email or call directly for the seminar schedule in India.
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