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About
Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan, a Central Asian country and former Soviet republic, approaches the eastern borders of China and Russia from the Caspian Sea in the west to the Altai Mountains. Its largest city, Almaty, is a long-standing trading point whose historic spots include the Ascension Cathedral, a tsarist-era Russian Orthodox Church, and Kazakhstan’s Central State Museum, featuring a huge number of Kazakh antiquities.

Kazakhstan is an equal, democratic, unitary, safe republic with varying social legacy. The parts of Kazakhstan were transported into Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. Kazakhstan’s climate comprises flatlands, steppe, taiga, shake ravines, hillsides, deltas, snow-capped mountains and deserts. As of 2014 Kazakhstan has an estimated 18 million residents. Because of its vast land area, its population thickness is among the lowest, with less than 6 people per square Kilometre (15 people per square mi). The capital is Astana where it moved from Almaty, the biggest city in the country, in 1997.

It shares a perimeter of 6,846 km (4,254 mi) with Russia, 2,203 km (1,369 mi) with Uzbekistan, 1,533 km (953 mi) with China, 1,051 km (653 mi) with Kyrgyzstan, and 379 km (235 mi) with Turkmenistan.

Climate and
Food

The climate in Kazakhstan is highly continental, and very dry. It has cold winters and hot summers with the hottest month in mountain regions being July (August). The average temperature in summer is over 30 degrees Celsius (86 ° F) and the average temperature in winter is -20 ° C (-4.0 ° F).

Besbarmak’ is the most popular Kazakh dish. It is the national cuisine’s main dish and is translated as’ five fingers’ and eaten with hands as the plate. Besbarmak’s classic recipe normally boils a broth that includes many types of meat (horse meat, lamb, beef, and camel meat) and rectangular pasta.

MBBS
IN KAZAKHSTAN

MBBS in Kazakhstan can be a tremendous relief for students who want to opt for MBBS abroad, but are unwilling to do so because of high tuition fees. Kazakhstan provides medical education at good and affordable rates that are appropriate for students from all over the world.

The medical universities in Kazakhstan are offering the students very good clinical experience just to ensure that they take good realistic exposure before going out to practice their career. University faculty and workers are very experienced. There is also a fairly large number of associated hospitals.

Different services are provided in Kazakhstan’s recognized medical universities. The MCI has approved Kazakhstan universities that house students from every corner of the world.

In conclusion, MBBS can be an excellent option in Kazakhstan for the students willing to become tomorrow’s great doctors.
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Benefits of MBBS
from Kazakhstan

University is recognised by WHO, MCI, GMC, IMED, and USMLE.
It has a tropical climate with a disease pattern similar to India
Safety and security is assured in the country and moreover, they learn the history and culture of the country as well. This way they get the best of exposure
Easy VISA process with 100% guarantee
Affordable cost of education and Excellent hands on practice

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