Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University - kaleningrad


The Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University is one of the largest centres of education, research and culture of the westernmost region of Russia. The University boasts the most sophisticated research equipment and infrastructure.

Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University is a leading educational institute in Russia’s westernmost region. The university currently offers over 300 secondary, higher, additional, and post-graduate professional educational programs. The university’s infrastructure includes 53 buildings. Over the past 5 years, the total area of the university area has expanded by 3.5 times. The university has its own Clinical Diagnostic Center. Over the past 5 years, our R&D funding has increased by 3.5 times.

The university sees its mission as developing a leading national university in new areas and activities based on breakthroughs in biomedicine and neuro- and nano-technologies, setting industry standards, and producing highly qualified professionals who are competitive on the global market. Our priority is R&D in biomedicine and neurotechnologies, which deliver products and services aimed at extending a high-quality life.

The Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University was established on October 13, 2010 by an order of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation.


ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA


He / She should have obtained 50% marks in the Physics / Chemistry / Biology / English at the Class XII higher secondary (10+2) level for the general category. All reserved category students having aggregate 40% marks could also apply.

He/she has completed age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st December of the year of his/her admission to the 1st year MBBS/BDS Course and is an INDIAN NATIONAL. There are no entrances examinations and the admissions are strictly on a first come first served basis.


COURSE SPECIFICATIONS

  • Course Duration - 6 Years.
  • Medium of instruction - English.
  • No entrance exams, No Donations.
  • WHO, MCI Recognized Best Medical colleges.
  • Affordable fee & Low cost of living.
  • European life standard.
  • Comfortable hostel accommodation on field.
  • Perfect academic, sport and diversion facilities.
  • Well equipped hospitals with tertiary care.
  • One of the best education system in Europe & Asia.

FEE STRUCTURE OF IMMANUEL KANT BALTIC FEDERAL UNIVERSITY - KALENINGRAD



Notes:-
  • One time and misc. charge(in Russia) of Rs 69000 includes Physical Examination, Registration fees, airport pick up, fare from Moscow to the designated city, Resident Permit & Equivalence certificate fee ( from Ministry of Education), Medical Examination etc.
  • Visa processing in India, 1st year = Rs. 98,0000 ( include Application fees, admission fees ,visa fees, invitation letter, All documents Apostle, Consultation Charges).
  • Indian Mess as per individual student needs. It would cost approx. 70,000 INR per year( Indian Food).
  • Total Course Duration is 5.8years(12Semeser for M.D. Physician).
  • 1 Russian Ruble= INDIAN 1.14 Rs( Approx. for calculation purpose).
  • IF STUDENT WANT TO PAY FULL FEE IN ONETIME PAYMENT SCHEME THAN HE/SHE CAN PAY ONLY Rs. 15 Lakh (Tuition+Hostel Fees) and GET A DISCOUNT OF 20% ( Rs. 3,50,962.2 ).


ADMISSION PROCESS


Step 1 : - Once the student has satisfied himself / herself about all the merits and demerits of studying in Russia, the student should send or email ambitionstudyruss@gmail.com his/her filled application form along with required documents. You can visit at Medstudies office for submitting all the documents and clarify and doubts.


DOCUMENTS LIST

  • Filled application form
  • Scanned copy of 10th marks sheet.
  • Scanned copy of 12th marks sheet.
  • Scanned copy of the first and the last page of the passport (Can be submitted later in case the same is not immediately available).
  • 4 Passport size color photograph with white background (3*4 cm).
  • Medical fitness certificate.
  • Birth certificate.
  • An agreement letter from parents (In which they allows student to go abroad and they will bear the cost of Study & living in abroad.
  • A self-addressed envelope containing the exact address (family name, first name, city/town, street, number, postal code, country).

Step 2 : - The application will be forwarded to the concerned University. Once the University accepts the application of the student, the University will issues a letter of confirmation of admission/Invitation letter, confirming the admission of the student at the University.

Step 3 : - After receiving the Passport and Invitation letter, Medstudies will makes arrangements to have the visa stamped on the passport by the Visa Officer at the Russian Embassy.

Final Step : - After Completing all documentation and formalities, student will arrange the things of common use (Like Clothes, Books, Personal use products etc.)

Now Medstudies will provide the Date of departure, so that student can arrange for Flight Ticket (Medstudies will help the students to purchase cost effective Flight Tickets). At the Departure time Medstudies Representative will goes to the Airport and another Representative will be available at Destination airport in Russia. He/She will arrange for Hotel stay (if needed) and other formalities (Medical insurance, Bank account opening, Hostel registration, College registration, Visa extension, SIM Card registration etc.) in Russia

KALININGRAD AND RUSSIA


Kalinigrad is a city in northwest Russia and the center of Kaliningrad Oblast (Region). This region is unique in the country, not having any common borders with other Russian regions, while neighboring Poland and Lithuania and bordered by the Baltic Sea.

For a long time, Kaliningrad was part of Germany. The city's history began in 1255, when the Teutonic Knights founded a fortress on a hill, named Königsberg (King's Hill). The city first became part of Russia in 1758 as a result of its victory in the Seven Years' War. However, in 1762 the land was returned to the Kingdom of Prussia. In 1946, Koenigsberg again became a Russian city when WWII resulted in some German lands being transferred to the Soviet Union. Upon this transfer, the city received a new name – Kaliningrad, after the Soviet politician Mikhail Kalinin.

During the Soviet period, Kaliningrad Region, administratively part of the Russian Federation, was separated from the rest of Russia, more than 300km to the east, by the then Soviet republics of Lithuania, Latvia and Belarus.

Since Lithuania joined the EU it has been impossible to travel between the exclave and the rest of Russia over land without crossing the territory of at least one EU state. There has been friction, particularly with Lithuania, over transit regulations.


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