MBBS in China: Aspirants aiming to study medicine in Shihezi Medical University have reasons to cheer now as the delegates from the University are in India and are providing spot-on admission letters from this Friday.
The bonanza comes in the wake of the CMEI’s decision to make the much-awaited seminars in different states in India and allotting the Indian students admission letters to apply for their passports. In this way, the student who wishes to study in China can apply for a passport alongwith the University admission letter, which will help him to get the passport in quick time.
Each such seminar will be delivering the admission letters to 50 students and once these original admission letters from the Universities are submitted, the students will receive their passport in time for the semester. The procedure for collecting these admission letters would be mentioned in detail to the students in the seminar, officials said.
The MBBS admissions to study in China will be based on the scores of candidates who appeared for the 12th class / HSC examinations in 2012, which was taken by almost 100,000 students this year. At present, the China MBBS Educational Institution selects 250 candidates from India annually.
These seminars and spot admissions are coming up in the following cities in India :
Hyderabad : 6th July
Visakhapatnam : 7th July
Trichy, Salem, Erode, Chennai : 9th July to 14th July
Calicut : 15th to 17th July
Bangalore : 19th to 21st July
Delhi : 23rd and 24th July
Chandigarh : 25th July
Ahmedabad : 27th and 28th July
The decision to start these seminars and spot admissions was taken after Ms. Becky Zhang, Vice President, CMEI chaired a meeting with the appointed franchisee agents to review progress on the MBBS admissions to study in China. These Universities are recognized by Medical Council of India and WHO.
During the review, it was pointed out that more and more students are coming up ahead for studying MBBS in China since the infrastructure and the tuition fees is much more reasonable than studying in India. Even the cost of living in China is very much cheaper than any other country abroad or even in India, Sheela Tyagi said, who a student is studying in her second semester in Shihezi University.
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