MBBS in Moldova

Course Duration - 6 Years

Minimum Eligibility - 70% in 10+2 (PCB)

NEET Eligibility - Mandatory

Minimum Eligibility - 70% in 10+2 (PCB)

Course duration - 6 Years

NEET Eligibility - Mandatory

Eligibility & Scholarship:-
12th 70% , NEET - Qualify

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MBBS in Moldova

Moldova is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe. MBBS in Moldova is popular among Indian students. MBBS in Moldova is the perfect choice for all those students who are too keen to take up their medical education in Europe under a specified budget and gain international exposure. However, it has only 1 university that offers the medicine program. So the students will not have to invest their time in researching and making choices among the universities to be chosen. They can save all their time and invest it in quick documentation once they have decided that they want to study MBBS in Europe and within the budget. One more advantage here is that the students will get to interact with students from different parts of the world having the same interests while studying under one roof in Moldova. 

Study MBBS in Moldova

Moldova offers quality education to students who dream to study MBBS in Moldova. Affordable university fee, low living cost is attracting students to study MBBS in Moldova. This is the reason why many Indian students are attracted and move to Moldova for their higher education. Not only this, but this beautiful country in Eastern Europe also has one of the fastest developing economies in the world. It welcomes people on its land and is the 4th largest home to international immigrants worldwide. This country is also a land of knowledge, an educational hub, and s home for modern technology that attracts the students the most.

MBBS in Moldova 2021

MBBS in Moldova 2021 is a 6 years degree program and is taught in English medium. However, the students are required to gain knowledge of the local language which will make it easier for them to interact with the patients while they stay in Moldova. The school conducts regular classes for the students to learn the language. The curriculum is more focused on the practical approach where the students can get more clinical exposure and an in-hand experience to treat the patients. As students with similar interests are studying under one roof here, the students tend to focus more on their studies, get more competitive and confident of themselves. This is so very important for students to be confident in their profession as they need to maintain the trust of their patients. Also, this is good for them since they have stepped 1st time out of their homes for building their career.

MBBS in Moldova Fees 2021

The MBBS in Moldova fees 2021 in its top medical universities are quite low and affordable as compared to any other university in Europe and that is an added advantage for the students keen to study in MBBS Europe. The fee in universities is at par with what is offered by the medical universities in countries like China, Russia, Kazakhstan, and other CIS countries.

Affordable Living Cost in Moldova

The living cost in Moldova is very low and affordable. The tuition fee of the university as of date is as low as 4000€ and offers accommodation ranging to 700 €. This is very cheap for any European country.

Admission Requirements for MBBS in Moldova

  1. It must be mentioned here that NEET is a mandatory admission requirement for all Indian medical aspirants.
  2. A student must have reached the minimum age of 17 years on 31st December in the year of applying for admission.
  3. He/she must have completed 10+2 with a minimum of 50% in 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology with the English language as a compulsory subject.
  4. The qualifying score for General category students is in 10+2 is 50% & the same for other categories is 45%.

Moldova is opted for by the students because of the salient features that it offers. It is a country in Europe and has no admission test. It has a direct admission process. No proof of language proficiency is required like IELTS or TOEFL qualification to get an admission.

Documents Requirements for MBBS in Moldova

  1. Certified copy of Secondary Marks card
  2. Certified copy of Senior Secondary Marks card
  3. Certified copy of NEET Score Card
  4. Certified copy of Passport
  5. 5 Passport size photographs
  6. English Translation of all documents attested by the Embassy of the Republic of Moldova in India (wherever applicable)
  7. Medical Fitness Certificate

The University of Nicolae Testemitanu State University of Medicine and Pharmacy offers MBBS degree programs in English in which Indian students can take medical degree courses at the beautiful capital city of Chisinau.

Moldova University

Nicolae Testemitanu State University of Medicine And Pharmacy

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  • Established in :1945
  • City & Province:Chisinau, Moldova
  • Tuition Fee: 4300 Euro/Per Year
  • Hostel Fee: 700 Euro/Year
Nearest Airport- Chisinau International Airport

The total number of students enrolled in 31 state and private institutions in Moldova is 1,26,500 according to the census of 2015. A total of 6200 faculty members have been recruited at Moldova’s universities and institutions that maintain an average teacher student ratio of 1:20. Of all these, around 43% of these faculty members are PhD holders and hold the highest academic degrees. Needless to say, Moldovan faculty members are one of the highest workload managers in the world. They teach around 20 hrs per week.

Moldovan universities and institutes offer a total of 90 majors and specialties. More than 50% of the students opt for subjects like economics, law or social sciences or in “professional formation fields” as per the terms described by Moldovan Ministry of Education. Students enrolled to study engineering and architecture constitutes strength of 18.4% whereas 16% are enrolled in education.

Moldovan universities and institutes offer a total of 90 majors and specialties. More than 50% of the students opt for subjects like economics, law or social sciences or in “professional formation fields” as per the terms described by Moldovan Ministry of Education. Students enrolled to study engineering and architecture constitutes strength of 18.4% whereas 16% are enrolled in education.

Education in Moldova starts in the age of 5-6 years and graduation in the age of 17 years. The school session in Moldova starts in the month of September to the month of July. Secondary school is divided into two major parts- Lower Secondary or gymnasium as it is called or grades 5-9. The level of Lyceum calls for an entrance exam which a gymnasium graduate must qualify before admission.

Lyceum, also termed as upper secondary school includes grades 10-12. A graduate from this level qualifies to receive the general certificate of completion. A Diploma of Bacalaureat is awarded to the students if they wish to write and qualify the national baccalaureate exam

Higher education program is offered by both the public & private universities, academics and institutes. It can take 4-5 years for the completion of degree from these institutes depending upon the chosen upper secondary education.

About Moldova

Moldova is a country in Eastern Europe. It is a landlocked country bordered by Romania in the west and Ukraine to its north, east, and south. The beautiful country of Moldova is officially known as the Republic of Moldova. Chisinau, the capital city of Moldova is also the largest city in the country. The country of “Moldova” got its name after its very beautiful valley of the "Moldova River" which has served as the political center during the Principality of Moldova Foundation in the year 1959. The origin from where the valley derived its name still remains unknown.

In the early 1990s, during the foundation years of the foundation of the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Republic of Moldova also called “Moldovia” but for a short span of time. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the country began to use its Romanian name “Moldova”. The United Nations gave the country its current official name i.e. The Republic of Moldova”. Right after independence was achieved, the country’s foreign policy was designed and designated to establish relations with the European Union.  It was in 1995, that the country was admitted to the Council of Europe. The Republic of Moldova is a member country of various worldly organizations namely United Nations, the North Atlantic Cooperation Council, the World Trade Organization, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), the Francophonie, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the NATO’s Partnership for Peace Program.

The Republic of Moldova is divided into three municipalities and 2 autonomous regions including 32 districts. The two autonomous regions are Gagauzia and Transnistria out of which Transnistria is a disputed land since the Central Government has no hold over this region. The two autonomous regions having administrative seats also have municipality status which includes the 10 other cities. There are 66 towns in the Republic of Moldova which includes 13 municipality statuses and 916 communes. 700 villages of Moldova are too small to have an independent and separate administration. Thus, these are either part of some cities or communes. Chisinau, the largest city of the Republic of Moldova has an average population of 635,994 people.

Moldova stretches to a total area of 33,851 km. The country’s largest part lies between two rivers. Moldova is formed by river Prut in the west and joins the Danube first and then the Black Sea. The landlocked country of Moldova is close to the Black Sea. The country is mostly hilly with elevations that have not exceeded above 430 m (1,411 ft). Balanesti Hill is the highest point in the country. Moldovian hills are the part of Moldovian Plateau and these have geographically originated from the Carpathian Mountains. The mountainous subdivision of the terrain in the country includes Dniester Hills, the Central Moldavian Plateau, and the Moldavian Plain. To the south of the country is a small flatland of the Bugeac plain. Chisinau, the capital city of Moldova in the center, Tiraspol in the eastern region, Balti in the northern part, and Bender in the south-east are the main cities of the Republic of Moldova. Comrat city is the administrative center of the autonomous region of Gagauzia.

The country of Moldova experiences a moderately continental climate. The country’s adjacency with the Black Sea makes the season of autumn and winter relatively cold while the summer days are cool. The summers are long and warm and the average temperature during these days is around 20°C while the average winter temperature is -4°C making it a cold region with dry winters. Average precipitation during the year ranges from around 600mm in the northern region to around 400mm in the south. Heavy rainfall occurs during the time of early summers while the month of October is the time for heavy showers and thunderstorms. Heavy rainfall often results in erosion and slitting of the rivers as the country’s geography shows irregular terrain.  

 

The highest temperature in Moldova was recorded in the year 2007 in the city of Camenca which was as high as 41.5°C and the lowest was recorded in the year 1963 in the month of January. It went as low as 35.5 °C in Briceni.

The Railway system forms the main means of the transport system in Moldova along with the highway system.  The Chisinau International Airport in the capital city of Chisinau is the only airport in the country and connects to all major countries of the world. As known to the fact that the Republic of Moldova lies between the two rivers, water transport also plays a major role in the transport system of the country.

The natives of Moldova are called the Moldovans or Moldavians and form the largest part of the country’s ethnic group. The term Moldavian is largely used to refer to the inhabitants of early Moldova which was divided into Romania, Ukraine, and Moldova regardless of the ethnic identity they belong to.

It was in the year 1991 when Romanian was declared as the official language of Moldova. In 1994, the Constitution declared it as the national language of the country whose writing script is based on the Latin alphabet.

According to the census survey conducted in 2004, 93.3% of the Orthodox Christians constitute the population of Moldova, Protestant constitute more than 2% of the population, 0.9% of the community belongs to other religions, 1% belong to the non-religious group, atheist contribute to 0.4% of the population and 2.2% of the population did not give any answer during the census survey.

The Republic of Moldova has 31 institutions for higher education out of which 16 are state governed and 15 are private institutions. A total of 1,26,100 students are enrolled in these institutions. These include 1,04,300 students enrolled in state institutions and the remaining 21,700 enrolled in private institutions.

The National University of Moldova was founded as early as 1832. The Moldova State University and the Academy of Sciences of Moldova are the two main scientific organizations in Moldova and these were established in 1946.

Romania allocates scholarships to the students studying in high schools and Moldovian universities. As per the census available till 2015, Romania has allocated 5000 scholarships to such students. More than half of pre-school, kindergarten programs, and equipment in Moldova are funded by Romania. Moldova depicted a high literacy rate of 99.4% as per the estimates of the year 2015.

The only university offering a medicine program in the Republic of Moldova is Nicolae Testemitanu State University of Medicine and Pharmacy. A government-funded university in the capital of Moldova attracts the students as the city of Chi?in?u (Chisinau) is beautiful, can be easily traveled. It has its own international airport which welcomes flights from different parts of the world and is time-saving. This old university in Chi?in?u (Chisinau) was established in the year 1945 and came into operation during the years of World War II in Kislovodsk. Later the university was transferred to the beautiful city and the capital of Moldova, Chinisau with all its students and faculty members under the Institute of Medicine.

The institutional activity began on 20th October with only 1 faculty for General Medicine and 1-6 students. The process of teaching was intended to be performed by 30 Professors. It also had to include 9 medical science doctors and 5 habilitated doctors. It was the very beginning. Gradually, as time passed by, some other faculties also developed in the same premises.

  1. Pediatric Faculty in 1954
  2. The Stomatology Faculty in 1959
  3. The Faculty of Preventive Medicine in 1964
  4. The Pharmacy Faculty in 1964

July 25th, 1991 was a historical day in the history of the university when the State Institute of Medicine "Nicolae Testemitanu" gained its recognition as a university. It was renamed as The State University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Nicolae Testemitanu" in the year 1995.

The fee for MBBS in Moldova in its only university of Nicolae Testemitanu State University of Medicine and Pharmacy is quite low and affordable as compared to any other university in Europe and that is an added advantage for the students keen to study in Europe. The fee in this university is at par with what is offered by the medical universities in countries like China, Russia, Kazakhstan, and other CIS countries. It is a state-funded university and approved by the Medical Council of India, listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools, which means that a student qualified from this university is eligible to write the FMGE examination.

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FAQ's

What is the religion followed in Moldova?

Orthodox Christianity is predominantly followed in Moldova. The Moldovan Constitution provides freedom of religion and the country government respects this practice. According to the 2004 census, Orthodox Christians make up 93.3% of Moldova's population, more than 2.0% of its people are Protestant, 0.9% of them belong to other religions, 1.0% is non-religious, 0.4% of people are atheist, and 2.2% did not respond the religion question at the census.

MBBS in Moldova is offered as a 6 year degree program where the students study all the minute details of the subject, get a clinical exposure in the associated city hospitals, focus on case studies and practical examination. English language is the medium of instruction for this 6 year MBBS in Moldova. However, the student must have knowledge about the regional language so as to communicate easily with the patients. The university conducts regular classes for the same.

“No” is the answer to this question. There is no requirement to qualify examinations like IELTS or TOEFL for admissions in MBBS in Moldova. However, NEET is a mandatory requirement for an Indian applicant. As per the regulations of MCI, any student applying for Medical qualification whether India or abroad must be NEET qualified.

Romanian is the state language used in Moldova (locally called as Moldovan) and was declared the official language of the country. Around 80% of the population uses this language for communication. This language is also the primary language used by ethnic minority groups. The languages of Russian & Ukrainian are also granted the status of official regional language in Moldova. However, English language is the medium of instruction for MBBS in Moldova yet the students are required to study the local language so as to provide as ease to communicate with the patients.

The student is not allowed to take up any professional work while pursuing MBBS in Moldova. MBBS is a practical application oriented program and requires core hard work, passion, focus and determination. As per the most of the governments in the world, a student must focus only on education during this program.

The official currency of the Republic of Moldova is Moldovan Leu. The most popular currency exchange rate is MDL to Euro. As in July 2019, 1 MDL is equal to approximately 3.93 INR. Amount is subject to exchange as per the exchange rate.

“Yes” the university allows its students to pay the fee in instalments. The university may allow the students to pay their fee in instalments under certain circumstances. However, there might me amendments in the university rules as and when needed without prior notification.

Choosing MBBS in Moldova over other countries is an advantage as it has many things to offer to its students. The first and foremost is Moldova being a European country offering education at a very low cost. The fee of this country is at par with countries like China, Russia and CIS countries. Moldova has a state funded university and does not require any entrance test of admission. The duration of course is similar to other countries which is 6 years. English is the medium of instruction. The medicine degree awarded from Moldova is globally recognized. The program is so designed as to focus on practical application of the subject. It attracts Indian students because the climate is suitable for them to survive.

Payments can be transferred via the facility of Swift Transfer to you while you stay in Moldova. You will also be allowed to open your bank account there in Moldova. Any payments required to be remitted to your accounts can be transferred to your bank account in Moldova by the Indian banks that have the permission of Swift transfers or may be through Forex companies in India.

Your requirement of foreign exchange can be easily fulfilled by the foreign exchange companies or the forex bank branches in our country. One can easily purchase the foreign currency and pay them in INR. However, in case any assistance is required, you can always call Jagvimal Consultants and we will be available to assist and guide you for the process. It is suggested to be alert while getting this done as the currency fluctuates very often.

Yes, an annual health insurance policy is mandatory in countries abroad if you want a visa and stay in that country for a long duration of time. A visa renewal can be done only when you hold a valid insurance policy. An insurance policy is always suggested which is an added advantage to you in case of medical emergencies in a foreign land. In case you are medically insured and you need medical help, an immediate action can be taken without worrying about the availability of funds.

The current responsible authority handling the education system in Moldova is the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research. For all levels of education, it is the sole authority taking the charge of education in Moldova.

We at Jagvimal Consultants understand what all doubts a student and his parents are going through while deciding what and where to study, how to apply, who is the reliable person to give an authentic information, what is the procedure to pay the fees, how can the currency be exchanged, what is the security for students in far off land, will the degree from particular university be valid or not, what will be the flying schedules, how to make bookings and what not. We urge you not to panic and call out highly qualified, experienced counsellors and collect information. Book your appointment for a one to one personalized session and clear all your doubts. Once satisfied with the information given, and then apply for the university.

If at any point of your study you wish to return to India and withdraw from the course that you are admitted, this can be done. But the charges deposited will be non refundable. Hence the cost of the same has to be borne solely by you.

Safety is gainful, accident is painful. First and foremost, your safety is in your own hands and no one can harm you if you take precautions. Moldova is a country in Europe and has a low crime index. It has strict laws, regulations and rules. You must follow the guidelines for foreign students to keep yourself safe. Low end crimes like pick pocketing, petty theft are common in crowded areas almost all parts of the world. The Republic of Moldova does not have a picture of high end crimes. However, it is suggested to you to take precautions while travelling or when in a crowded place.

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