Most students dream of studying medicine abroad has been dampened due to the cost. This has led some parents to reconsider their decision of sending their wards abroad to study. However, here are some places in the world where your dreams can be realized.


Tuition fee is relatively affordable. Tuition fee starts from as low as $5,000 per year. Accommodation fee is also very cheap. Some of the medical schools in Georgia are accredited by World Health Organization (WHO). However, there are only a few available English medium Medical Universities. Admission policy is not strict and TOEFL/IELTS is not usually required.


It is regarded as the third largest English-speaking country in the world. The quality education provided in this country is not far-fetched because they follow the US system of education. Tuition fee is also very cheap, it can be as low as $4,500. Consider the option of having your medical study in this country because all the medical universities in Philippines are recognized by the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN).


They have one of the best facilities for training students to become a medical doctor. Ranked as the second largest English-speaking country. So be rest assured of having your studies taught in English. Apart from the facilities, the environment is another look to behold. The weather condition in India is favourable. Another benefit of studying medicine in India is the ease in admission process. Over 20 Medical Schools in India are recognized by the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN)


Here is one of the cheapest places in Europe to study Medicine. The quality education provided by medical schools in Cyprus has attracted people to study medicine there. Guess what? All medical courses are taught in English. Contrary to what you might have heard, Cyprus is one of the safest place to be coupled with a friendly environment and low cost of study. Gaining admission to study medicine in Cyprus is also very easy.


Tuition fee for medical courses here are lower when compared to U.S and U.K and some countries in Europe. France has become a destination to many foreign students. The low cost in tuition fee has attracted students from across the globe to study there. Although the cost might be cheap, the access to medical studies for foreign students is very competitive. International students must pass the examination given at the end of the first year of medical study in order to proceed.