The majority of institutions in Egypt are funded by the state, which means that the cost of completing MBBS at these institutions is relatively low in comparison to India. Furthermore, these schools can be recognized by MCI and MCI as WHO.
The schools also have a strategy in place so that eligible applicants can receive grants.
The teaching faculty is exceptional and highly qualified, and they have relevant information that can guide their students effectively.
After completing MBBS from Egypt, students are immediately accepted to PG studies in Germany.
Armenia has 26 state universities (four of which are international) and 33 private (licensed) institutions for higher education. Academies, universities, institutes and conservatories are just a few institutions that offer higher education. Chemists, mathematicians and physicists, engineers, microbiologists, and IT professionals can all study in Armenia.