MBBS in Cuba

In the rural areas of western Havana, throughout the fall, one can see yellow buses filled with first-year medical students. The pupils of the College of Medical Sciences with short-sleeved white coveralls and stethoscopes, go door to door addressing their patients regularly in non-fluent Spanish. Nimeka Phillip, an American student of the medical college, says that other unscheduled locals ask for his diagnoses when they see him going for a visit to some other house.

Being in Cuba, you get a life-changing experience of being helping or doing diagnosis from the very first year of your course just after the completion of the first semester. The people, you going to help would be affected by the frequent seasonal floods and tsunamis, several other Cuban health practitioners reached out to the hardest-hit zones of Cuba to treat the harmed and debilitated. The students in Cuba hail from various countries of the world. The majority of the pupils are from the countries Asia, Africa, and the United States. The mission of medical schools is to admit students from low-salary and remote backgrounds, and they are encouraged to return to their native places to practice medicine after graduation to increase the scope of healthcare facilities.


 

College of Medical Sciences, Carlos J. Finlay, Camaguey

Medical education started, in the focal eastern Cuban territory of Camaguey, in 1968 when a group of pupils, from the University of Havana School of Medicine, landed there to finish up their preparation. The group was joined by some instructors, who for their adoration for the nation, chose to stay in there.

The National Accreditation Board approves the usage of instructive projects and logical research, which brought about guaranteed meticulousness and quality while preparing for future social insurance experts of the Ministry of Higher Education. Because of its nature of educating in the vocations of Medicine and Dentistry, academic actions and the execution follow international measures.

It wasn't until 1980 that the Carlos J Finlay University of Medical Science in Camaguey established, and in 2010 it was classified as college.

Until then, the college graduated with more than 13,000 medical experts in the fields of medication, dentistry, nursing, health innovation, and brain research.

Recent admissions surpass 11,000 students, out of which more than 1000 are outsiders and 300 Argentinian students.

 

College of Medical Science, Ciego De Avila

The University of Ciego de Ávila "Máximo Gómez Báez" is a college found in Ciego de Ávila, Cuba. It was established in 1978 and is composed of 5 Colleges. The University of Ciego de Ávila Máximo Gómez Báez has been a significant operator of social advancement for Cuba and surrounding regions. It is among the top 12 advanced education centres, founded in 1978. It is the third institute with a farming branch and the first recently reconstructed in Ciego de Ávila (1976).

The Agronomy profession in Camagüey, subordinate to the Central University of Las Villas was created in November 1967 in the cast of Vistas Hermosa. It later transferred to the San Isidro home east of the City of Camagüey.

The University of Ciego de Ávila provides the best facilities for preparing in the necessary profession which covers the scholarly, logical, natural and humanist areas. It aims to advance the culture with advantages from the Avilanian monetary, political and social conditions. It contributes to the awareness of authority in financial proficiency, social and neighborhood improvement, in food, travel, healthcare, water, infrastructure, education. It has assisted in social structuring and digitalization through undergrad and postgraduate preparation by the college augmentation of teachers and specialists. It arranged workers to correspond with the approach planned by the Communist Party of Cuba Government.

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Do you realize that Cuba one is of the best countries to study medicine?

Excellent human healthcare services are available in Cuba as every year it develops enormous numbers of doctors with the best educational facilities. Many dedicated administrative bureaus, institutions and associations of Cuba, along with other nations, give out medical grants so that the students can learn medical sciences with the best facilities possible. Likewise, various other countries give full privileges to their students to study in Cuba to practice as physicians. After the completion of the course, the students are supposed to return and serve the most deprived of communities with medical services.

It allows many brilliant students who can't afford the expensive costs of studying first-class medicine in the US and Europe to pursue their interests. Cuba provides quality medical education to such students at affordable rates or in full scholarships.

 

Why choose Cuba for medicine?

Cuba has the best medical education facilities in the world and, it has the most perfected figures of one doctor to patient ratio among all the countries. Cuba also prepares and sends medical specialists all around the world to serve impoverished countries. They also provide free medical education to students of different nationalities in their medical schools.

Cuba is the biggest nation in the North Caribbeans which offers the most promising and affordable tertiary training programs, especially in medicine. Even though they primarily communicate and instruct in Spanish, it is still a top global educational institution, with its enormous body of students from different regions. Cuba aims to keep terminal, interminable, characteristic and airborne sicknesses under control in their country. It allows the prevention of widespread malignancy of diseases and infections like meningitis, cholera, AIDS, and malignancy. That's why Cuba inhabitants are stated according to medical surveys to have a longer future and higher life expectancy.

Besides, Cuban colleges are severe in matters of studies as much they are reasonable. They provide an all-round education to their students. It is the reason for the increasing number of countries sending their students for under-graduation and post-graduation degrees in medicine.

There are various schools in Cuba which has been offering for many years. However, according to MCI, only two of the universities have been approved. These schools in Cuba have a perfect teacher to student proportion that is unmatchable anywhere in the country. It provides students opportunities for tutoring, preparing and specializing in courses that are not available in many colleges.

Eligibility Criteria

Students keen on applying must be between the age group of 18 to 25 years when they apply in the universities of Cuba. The minimum educational qualifications should be a degree in of higher secondary (12th Class) that is for MBBS or Bachelor's in Medicine and a Bachelor's (BS or BA) degree from any country for the Master's programs. The applicants should not have a prior criminal record or have never disrespected the authority or have expelled. They must belong from a low-salaried background or remote, inaccessible areas. They should follow and adhere to all the rules, guidelines and principles strictly which has been provided by the different colleges

Generally, the college policies incline towards supporting non-privileged poor students and scholars. For accepting free medical education and sound instructions, students need to pledge of practicing medicine in places where the facilities are inadequate, healthcare service is underdeveloped, and people do not have access to medical services.

Application Process

The Cuban government offers students a free year term to the Medical Schools in Cuba. The applications of the students are handled by the licensed Cuban political officers collaborating in the native country. It is essential to contact the Cuban Embassy or Cuban Interests Section for the accurate information and assistance.

·         The application procedure is structured, keeping in mind the condition of students from financially troubled families who meet the accompanying basic requirements of high school education with transcripts and confirmation documents [12th Marksheet and 10th Marksheet].

·         One of these two reports should have the stamp of the Ministry of Education of the native nation, or the International Relations Department of the country, or government office or the Cuban interests’ office in the country.

·         The reports such as the birth Certificate and Certificate of Health, including an HIV test and pregnancy test is compulsory. Age should not surpass 25 years during the admission process.

·         One needs to undergo all the mentioned medical examinations and show the proof with legible reports.

·         One should provide the police verification certificate that there are no Criminal Records

·         One should give the Scholarship application form, along with Five photographs 3cmx3cm (International Relations); six photographs 2cmx2cm (Registrars Office) and Documents for enrollment is required while recording at the Registrar’s Office.

For consideration in the US grant program, candidates must be a US resident (with a US visa), should be age between 18 to 25, with higher secondary level science education, and a commitment to practice medicine in remote areas of US without lacking medical facilities after graduation.

Scholarships

The grant includes full educational cost, lodging support, three free of cost meals each day at the college cafeteria, free reading material in Spanish for all courses, the school uniform, basic toiletries, bedding, and a monthly stipend of 100 Cuban pesos ($4). The grant does not include the costs of traveling to-fro the school, which is unnecessary in the initial three out of six years.

Student Visas

To learn medical sciences in Cuba as an international student, one will require a student's visa. For any trouble, while applying one should contact the Cuban Consulate in their respective nation and the solicitation data vary from one country to another. For entry in Cuba, an identification proof [Government issues ID Cards] is compulsory, which needs to be valid for at least for half a year from the date of arrival. A quarter of a year before you show up; supplies for the picked college with: your complete name, address, visa number, date and place of the birth, name of father and mother, arranged residence time in Cuba, arranged date of arrival in Cuba would be required.

 

Benefits of studying MBBS in Cuba

Being a professional in the medical sciences in Cuba is a perfect choice for any student as they are offered both undergrad and postgraduate education through a system of 13 colleges over the island.

12 resources of the capital train more than 2,500 students from Africa, Latin America and the Middle East, by funds accumulated from subsidies paid by the legislatures or self-financed students bolstered by their families.

The Doctor in Pedagogical Sciences includes a force of 700 specialists from over the world with 43 specialization courses offered by the Ministry of Public Health (Minsap) including preparing, confirmation, aces degrees, and doctorates in health sciences, medical training and oral medication.

College students in Cuba need to learn Spanish in the private academies of the capital. They are required to undergo rigorous examinations by the college to test their basic knowledge. In the interim, for postgraduate studies, certain subjects are specially tested and adjustments according to the proficiency are made by the Ministry.

International medical students have a harmonious relationship with Cuban culture, as they prepare to tolerate the patient while treating them. They do not plan to develop expertise in lifestyle; however, someone who empathizes and socially interact is more preferred. Their capability judged by the Ministry, which has some knowledge in Internal Medicine and Intensive and Emergency Care.

The North West Province of South Africa offers this grant to qualified students from their territory to study medicine in Cuba. If that happens, one should be ready to work for healthcare in underdeveloped rural areas. The Health Department has the free right to assign students where they will practice medicine.

 

The Common FAQs

ISN'T CUBA A DANGEROUS COUNTRY?

Cuba has reduced the crime percentage by the most significant figures in the Western Hemisphere. You will be shocked by the apparent police presence in Cuba. They are always ready to secure and support visitors.

Remote cash, as well as convertible pesos (CUC), are central to their economy, they ensure that everybody has a sheltered and comfortable stay.  Despite this fact, one should beware of their belongings in urban areas like Havana and Santiago de Cuba.

 

HOW MUCH DOES CUBA COST?

In comparison with the other Caribbean islands, Cuba isn't as much costly. One should not contrast costs in Cuba and connected areas of the nation with the expenses required in Asia.

At the cost of lodging in different islands of the Caribbean, the entire expenses will be sufficient in Cuba. The airfare will be the costliest thing.

Only CUC 75-100 is regularly needed for a person's food, transportation costs, and other trivialities. Low spending explorers can do with 50 CUC every day.

 

SHOULDN'T SOMETHING BE SAID ABOUT MONEY? WHAT'S MORE, CAN ONE USE CREDIT CARD?

It is alright till the cards are not from an American bank as there is a US ban on certain time limitations in Cuba. No US voyagers check either, and Americans need to carry money.

Practically all lodgings have safes in the room. Concerning the particulars, one can trust the proprietors of a casa as they are too scared of getting their license canceled if something "awful" occurs with a traveler.

Cuba-Junky doesn't prescribe using the ATM's in Cuba. There are terrible accounts of explorers with awful encounters where the ATM swallows your card, and in Cuba, there will be no one to assist you in getting it back.

DO THEY HAVE INTERNET and E-MAIL ACCESS IN CUBA?

Indeed, practically all lodgings have it in rates ranging from 1 or 2 PCs to go on the web for outsiders.

In the tourist regions there likewise are web bistros from Etecsa the Cuban phone/internet service. Wifi is conceivable from most lodgings and wifi hotspots. Don't think of transferring pictures as the Cuban web is moderate.

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