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Why Choose Armenia To Study MBBS?

  • Armenian medical universities are recognized by MCI, WHO.
  • Armenia is known for the lowest crime rate & safest country in Europe for worry-free education.
  • The medium of instruction for international students in English
  • Affordable tuition fee for MBBS in Armenia
  • The cost of living is economical
  • The best teaching methods are used while teaching the students
  • It offers a welcoming environment to foreign students
  • One of the most attractive facts about Armenia is the modern infrastructure

Eligibility Criteria To Study MBBS

  • The candidate should qualify NEET
  • For General Candidate – 50% in PCB (Physics + Chemistry + Biology)
  • For OBC/ST/SC Candidates- 40% in PCB

About Armenia

Armenia is a landlocked country in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia and becomes a more popular tourist attraction, it is a small but charming nation conceited a rich history.

The country has innumerable beautiful monasteries and they are found in outstanding naturally beautiful areas.

Then comes the unexpected pleasure of Yerevan – one of the region’s most enthusiastic and attractive cities. Put together, they offer an enticing and tremendously enjoyable travel experience.

Capital:  Yerevan

Gyumri, Vanadzor, Vagharshapat Abovyan, Kapan, Hrazdan are the major cities of Armenia.

Yerevan is the largest city of Armenia and one of the world’s oldest continuously inhabited cities.

Population: 29.7 lakhs

Currency: Armenian dram coded as ֏

Language: Armenian

Airports:

There are 11 airports in Armenia

The main airports used for commercial flights are Yerevan’s Zvartnots Airport and Gyumri’s Shirak Airport.

Known for:

Armenia or Hayastan is famous for its majestic temples, beautiful nature, unique language and alphabet, delicious food, and friendly people.

Begin from one of the ancient cities in the world -Yerevan, which has beautifully curved streets, a blend of Soviet times and modern architecture, protected by the maternal glance of the mysterious Mount Ararat.

Churkin, a traditional mountainous dish of Armenia.

Mount Ararat is the highest mountain in the region. It is regarded by the Armenians as a symbol of their land. Because of this, the mountain is present on the Armenian national emblem today and an ideal gateway for those who seek adventures mixed with calmness in the remote areas.

Armenia is located in the Southern Caucasus Mountain and their lowlands between the Black Sea and Caspian Sea, and northeast of the Armenian Highlands. 

It is bordered by Turkey  to the west, Georgia to the north, Iran to the south, Azerbaijan to the east, and Azerbaijan’s Naxcivan exclave to the southwest.