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Kanpur- one of the largest cities in Uttar Pradesh, hosted the 4th Edition of India’s Biggest International MBBS Admission Expo on 9th June at Hotel Landmark!

This time also, Kyrgyzstan Education Centre successful guided and counseled more than 100 students who were excited about seeking admission in the Top Government Medical Universities of Kyrgyzstan.

More than 200+ World Prominent Government Medical Universities from 10+ countries participated in the 4th Edition of MBBS Admission Expo. Medical aspirants got the chance to discuss their queries addressed directly by the University representatives related to MBBS in Kyrgyzstan such as admission procedure, visa process, fee structure, the best university to enroll for, accommodation facility, food facility, procedure of student loans, forex assistance and other queries. Not only students, but anxious parents also shared their dilemmas regarding the life of students, assistance in education loan, travel insurance, safety and security while pursuing MBBS in Kyrgyzstan, and such other concerns.

This Expo especially benefited the NEET 2019 qualifiers who were looking out for Options after NEET 2019.

Kyrgyzstan Education Centre is delighted with the response received by medical aspirants and anxious parents at the Expo and is looking ahead of serving them with the mandatory steps which are necessary to study MBBS in Russia.    

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