The demand for MBBS abroad is at its peak and Pakistani students often apply to pursue their medical education abroad. MBBS in China Fee Structure is one of the best options for students to pursue their medical studies at an affordable price.
Most Chinese medical universities are among the top 500 universities in the world and are 70% cheaper than studying the same course anywhere in Europe or the US. The lower cost of living and affordable tuition are the factors that make MBBS in China a top choice for international students. There are 45 universities in China that are accredited by the Medical Council of Pakistan and these universities offer about 3,000 places to international students each year.
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Overview of MBBS in China
MBBS Program Duration
PMC, WDOMS, ECFMG, FAIMER, and the Chinese Ministry of Education.
60% or above in 10+2 PCB subjects
Language of Instruction
Average MBBS Fee
Approx. 3800-4500 USD/year
Cost of living
15,000 Pakistani Rupees
Why study MBBS in China?
The following are the top reasons why Pakistani students choose to study MBBS in China:
China is the fastest-growing country in the world and therefore, there are plenty of opportunities for growth.
The top 45 medical schools in China are accredited by the National Medical Council (PMC), providing more options for Pakistani students.
All Chinese medical schools award globally recognized MBBS degrees to their students.
According to the CTN News Medical universities in China prepare students for USMLE and FMGE exams, offering a wide range of opportunities for medical students.
Over 5,000 students travel to China each year to study MBBS.
The cost of medical education is low, starting at Rs. 150,000 for the entire program.
There is no donation or entrance exam required to pursue MBBS in China.
Pakistani students can study Chinese at Chinese medical universities to enhance their communication with patients.
Chinese universities use new teaching techniques and methods to educate their students.
Chinese medical schools and universities are highly ranked globally.
The admissions process is simple and straightforward.
The cost of living is not high and is within the budget of all students.
The language of instruction for Pakistani students is English.
Pakistani students can practice medicine in Pakistan after passing the FMGE exam.
China is a safe country for Pakistani students to study medicine.
Eligibility Criteria for MBBS in China
To pursue an MBBS degree in China, a student must fulfill the following requirements:
Have scored at least 60% in 10+2 PCB subjects.
Be above 17 years of age and below 25 years of age.
MDCAT qualification is mandatory.
MBBS admission process in China
The admission process to top medical universities in China for medical education is as follows:
Select the best Chinese medical university through overseas education.
Fill out the application form for that university and attach the required documents.
Get an acceptance letter from the university.
Apply for a student visa and also submit your original passport and other supporting documents.
Pay the tuition fee for the first year.
Pack your bags and prepare for MBBS in China.
Acceptance letters, currency conversion, etc. will be arranged by the Education Abroad team on behalf of the student.
Required Documents for Admission
Note: The above fee structure is the final amount that students will need to pay. This set of fees includes tuition, dormitory accommodation, medical insurance, payment to the company, FMGE tutoring throughout the course, airport transfer to the university, phone calls to parents upon arrival at the university, English study materials, student documentation at the university, free translation for convenience, and other services.
MBBS program outline for China
Spoken Chinese I, Integrated Chinese I, Introduction to Traditional Chinese Culture, China Today, Spoken Chinese II, Integrated Chinese II, Anatomy I, Biochemistry
Spoken Chinese III, Integrated Chinese III, Physiology I, Histology and Embryology, Anatomy II, Spoken Chinese IV, Integrated Chinese IV, Pathology and Physiology II
Chinese Reading, I, Pathophysiology, Microbiology, Pharmacology I, Chinese Reading II, Pharmacology II, Medical Psychology, Medical Ethics, Medical Genetics, and Community Medicine
Chinese Medicine I, Chinese Medicine, Medical Radiology, Diagnostics, Fundamentals of Clinical Skills, General Surgery, Anesthesiology, Chinese Medicine II, Internal Medicine I, Surgery I, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases, and Acupuncture
Chinese Medicine III, Internal Medicine II, Surgery II, Psychiatry, General Oncology, Emergency Medicine, Dentistry, Chinese Patent Medicine, Fundamentals of Nursing, Chinese Medicine IV, Forensic Medicine, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology, Dermatology, Clinical Pharmacology, Clinical Imaging, Patient Safety
Obstetrics and Gynecology Internship, Pediatrics Internship, Internal Medicine Internship, Surgery Internship, Other
Duration of MBBS in China
The duration of MBBS in China for Pakistani students is 6 years, including a one-year internship.
Language of Instruction for MBBS in China
All PMC-accredited medical universities in China offer medical education in English.
Differences between MBBS in China and MBBS in Pakistan
MBBS in China
MBBS in Pakistan
The duration of MBBS in China is 6 years with clinical practice.
The duration of the course is 5.5 years (including 1 year of internship).
There is no entrance exam. Only a valid MDCAT transcript is required.
Good grades in 12th grade and MDCAT are required.
The tuition fee for the entire MBBS program at a Chinese university is around Rs. 15 lakhs to Rs. 35 lakhs.
Fees for government colleges range from Rs. 11,000 to Rs. 7.5 lakhs (for the entire program).
Private colleges cost between Rs. 200,000 and Rs. 800,000 (full course).
Universities in China award MD degrees to medical graduates, which is similar to the MBBS degree in Pakistan.
In Pakistan, medical graduates who successfully complete the MBBS program are awarded the MBBS degree.
Students gain international experience and opportunities.
Without an international perspective, development opportunities are limited.