MBBS in China for South Africa students
Currently, there are 8 healthcare educational institutions in South Africa as in comparison to approximately 180 healthcare educational institutions in China. China has more educational institutions and facilities than in South Africa and due to the little number of colleges in South Africa, it is just prudent to seek college elsewhere in approved universities if you aren’t offered entrance at your home countries colleges. China has the area to accommodate lot of worldwide students and that is one good reason why China allows South Africans and other students from all over the world to come and study.
Getting the approval into colleges in South Africa to study medicine is not an easy task at all. A lot of scholars have to settle for something that is not their first option due to minimal available spots. That is not to say entrance into colleges for medicine in China is so easy; selection requirements are followed. Basic academic requirement is an average of 70% successfully pass and no less than 60% in Arithmetic, Physical Science, Chemistry and Biology. The factors and allowance systems used in South Africa are too strict coupled with only a little area makes the entrance process highly competitive. These are the many reasons why you should think of joining other medical students already seeking their healthcare studies here.
International studies for MBBS in China are relatively more costly in comparison to colleges in South Africa. However, you can be assured of excellent services like high standards of train, peaceful learning environment, excellent infrastructure, improved total security, excellent culture etc.
It is extremely necessary for all Southern Africa candidates seeking to research MBBS in China to apply to colleges approved and recognized by World Health Organization (WHO). For just about any so they can be well equipped to successfully pass the HPCSA board examination needed to practice at their home country. The written examination is a automated evaluation which is made up of 100 single multiple option questions, 25 are healthcare law and ethics questions and the remainder is entirely healthcare. The OSCE/OSPE (objective organized clinical examination/objective organized practical examination) consists of 13 operated stations of six minutes each. The successfully pass mark is 50 percent on both parts.
Hebei North University will gladly help any South African student to reach for their dreams in pursuing a medical course here in China. Contact for more information.