- Officially called as Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, is a country in south Asia. It is located in Himalayas but also have some parts of Indo Gangetic Plains.
- It borders China in the north and India in the south, east, and west moreover; Bangladesh is located within the range of 27 km from Nepal
- Nepal has a diverse geography, including fertile plains.
- Kathmandu is Nepal’s capital and the largest city in the country.
- Nepal is famous for multi ethnic culture and safe environment with many fascinating traditional events.
- Nepal has friendly terms with India and both the countries shares a very strong bond.
Why study in Nepal:
- No visa is required to study in Nepal.
- No donation is needed.
- Affordable country with friendly environment.
- Food culture is very much similar to India.
- No entrance exams like TOEFL, IELTS is required.
- Has a very good education system.
- Nepal’s medical degree is globally recognized.
- WHO & MCI approved colleges and universities.
- It’s mandatory for medical students to go for an internship to learn everything in a proper way.
- Low cost medical education is best in Nepal.
Eligibility Criteria in Nepal:
- For Medical admission in Nepal medical colleges in, the students must be at least 18 years of age.
- They must have passed 12th with at least 50% marks in PCB. For reserved category 40% marks in PCB.
- NEET score card for MBBS in Nepal 2018-19 as a proof of entrance in the home country i.e. India.
- Students need not require passing any entrance exams like TOEFL, IELTS.
Admission Procedures in Nepal:
- Fill out the application form of the desired university.
- Submit the scanned copies of your passport and other academic documents.
- Collect the admission letter from the University through post or their online admission portal.
- After the confirmation of MBBS admission in Nepal, then immigration process will be there.
- Receive the offer letter from the University.
Tuition Fee in Nepal:
The average tuition fee of medical colleges in Nepal is about 14lacs to 18lacs overall.
Cost of Living in Nepal:
- Food – 150 NRS (Rs 93)
- Public Transportation- 1000 NRS (Rs 621)
- Basic Utilities – 4000 NRS (Rs 2400)
- Monthly Rent – 12,000 NRS (Rs 7400)
- Internet and mobile charges- 1,982 NRS (Rs 1200)
- Other costs 1000 NRS (Rs 621)
Scholarships in Nepal:
- Kathmandu Medical College Scholarship
- Nepal Medical College Scholarship
- The DAAD Regional Office in New Delhi provides information and guidance on study, research and financial help opportunities in Germany and India.
Documents required for students after reaching Nepal:
- Recommendation letter by Ministry of Education of GON (Government of Nepal).
- Letter of registration from the academic Institution
- No visa process is required for Nepal to study or travel.
Top colleges in Nepal:
- Maharajgunj Medical Campus
- B P Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS)
- Kathmandu University School of Medical Science (KUSMS)
- Chitwan Medical College (CMC)
- Manipal College of Medical Science
- Kathmandu Medical College
- Patan Academy of Health Sciences School of Medicine
- KIST Medical College
- Nepal Medical College
- NAIHS College of Medicine (Army Medical College)
- Nepalgunj Medical College
- Capital – Kathmandu
- Population – 2.93 crore people
- Currency – Nepalese rupee
- Currency Converter – 0.63 INR
- Religion – Hinduism
- Weather – 23*C
- Language – Nepali
- Country Code – +977
- Flight Time – 2 hrs 30 minutes
- Medium of Studies – English
- Tuition Fee- 1400000 – 1800000 INR (total package)
- Program Duration- 6 years
- Intakes- September
- Cost of living- 7000 per month
- NEET – Yes
- IELTS/TOEFL – Not Required
- Minimum % Required- 50% in PCB for General 40% for SC/ST and reserved categories.
- Recognition- MCI & WHO.