5 Most Popular MBBS Colleges in Nepal 2024- Shikshasanjal
MBBS is a four and half year course of study, divided into three phases. In addition to this, students need to complete one year rotating internship too. Thus, the total duration of the program is five and half years.
According to the Department of Health Service, there are 4 public medical colleges, 14 private medical colleges and 1 army medical college provides the medical educations in Nepal.
Why to Study MBBS in Nepal
- High Prestigious Job in the society.
- Huge Job Opportunities
- 10+2 or Intermediate Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) with minimum 50% mark in individual subjects.
- Must have studied English as a subject at 10+2 levels.
- Must have to pass the entrance exam IOM for TU affiliated Colleges and KUMET for KU affiliated College.
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The average course fees for the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery [MBBS] curriculum ranges between NR 40,00,000 to NR 55,00,000. This amount varies based on the prestige, faculty, infrastructure and placement history of the college as well as government and management quotas.
|Universal Medical College||
|National Medical College||
|Chitwan Medical College||
|College of Medical Science||
|Nobel Medical College||
|B.P. Koirala Institute of Health and Science||
|Kathmandu University School of Medical Science||
|Nepalese Army Institute of Health and Science||
|Nepal Medical College||
|National Academy of Medical Science||
|Institute of Medicine||
|Kathmandu Medical College||
|Nepalijung Medical College||
|Janakai Medical College||
|Kist Medical College||
|Patan Academy Of Health and Science||
|Lumbini Medical College||
|Manipal Medical College of Medical Science||
|Gandaki Medical College||
- Institute of Medicine
- Lumbini Medical College
- Kathmandu Medical College
- Chitwan Medical College
- College of Medical Science
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