Belarusian State Medical University is interested in attracting Indian citizens to receive higher education of the 1st stage. Among Indian applicants the most popular specialty is "General Medicine" in English.
On September 22, 24, 27, 2018 at the Belarusian State Medical University Rector Anatol Sikorski and Vice-Rector for International Relations Vasili Roudenok met with parents of the applicants who came to study at the University from India.
The main purpose of the visit was to get acquainted with the educational process for foreign citizens, as well as with the living conditions and cultural activities.
The meeting was also attended by Assosiate Professor of Chandra Dental College Dr. Ashish Mahendra and the Head of educational company “Matey Abroad Education Consultancy Pvt.Ltd” Rama Shankar Sah.
Anatol Sikorsky told the guests about the Belarusian State Medical University: about history, structure, educational process, educational and scientific activities of the university. He noted that BSMU has a highly qualified teaching staff with modern clinical bases, comfortable conditions of living for students. Applicants' parents learned how to obtain information about students' academic progress, attendance of lectures, seminars and practical training on the BSMU official website. Rector stressed that students from India are actively involved in the educational process, observe academic discipline, they are hardworking and diligent. Moreover university together with the educational company “Matey Abroad Education Consultancy Pvt.Ltd” constantly carry out a number of activities related to the traditions and culture of the Indian people.
In the continuation of the meeting Anatol Sikorsky and Vasili Rudenok answered parents' questions concerning the organization of educational process, cultural and sports life, etc.
After the meeting, the guests were given an excursion around the university, including a visit to the museum of the Department of normal anatomy, lecture rooms and training workshops of the laboratory building, as well as hostel #5.
Author: Anastasiya Karnacheva, Methodist of the Department of International Relations