Al Farabi Kazakh National University

Al Farabi Kazakh National University

Established in 1934, Al Farabi Kazakh National University strives to provide the basic and master knowledge of medical sciences to students.

There is an influx of Indian students at Kazakh National University due to its popularity among Indian students to study MBBS. The duration of the MBBS course at Al Farabi Kazakh National Medical University is six years, which includes one year of internship. The six years syllabus and the course is designed to meet the international standard and impart the best quality education to the students. At present, university facilitates a diverse range of specialties. More than 2700 faculties teach both theoretical and practical classes at the University.

Why MBBS from Al Farabi Kazakh National University

  • It is the top medical college in the country and has a position in the top 200 medical universities in the world.
  • The University has a modern and advanced infrastructure, and it offers a safe and peaceful environment to the students.
  • It has accreditation and recognition from WHO and MCI.
  • No additional charges and donations. Hustle free admission process for Indian students.
  • The University supports extracurricular activities such as sports and music along with top-notch facilities for medical studies.
  • It provides a high standard of education without any language barrier for Indian students. English is the medium of teaching in the University.
  • It supports Qualified and Cooperative staff and students.
  • There is no entrance exam clearance such as IELTS, TOEFL, or GMAT. Admission is solely on the basis of past academic results.
  • Free coaching for the Medical Council of India Screening Test to students who wish to return back to India for the medical practice after MBBS studies.

Admission Eligibility Criteria

  • Only Science Students are eligible for MBBS.
  • The minimum requirements for the MBBS course are 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English in the ‘10+2’ examinations.
  • For reserved category students, the requirement is 40%.
  • MBBS admissions are not centralized.
  • NEET qualified.