The Orenburg State Medical University, Russia has signed an agreement of mutual cooperation with the Russian House in New Delhi on 26th July 2022.
The signing ceremony was attended by Prof. Anton Olegovich, Dean for the International Students, Orenburg State Medical University, and Mr. Oleg Osipov, Director of the Russian House in New Delhi. The event was also attended by Prof Syed K. Washim, Chairman, Rus Education, and Dr. Dinesh Singla, Director, Rus Education.
The agreement was signed with the mutual objective of implementing educational cooperation between the Russian House in New Delhi and the Orenburg State Medical University, Russia.
This cooperation not only aims to attract Indian medical students to Orenburg State Medical University but also promote higher education in Russia among the aspiring students of the country.
The humble ceremony further cemented the grounds by offering simplified procedures for the Indian students seeking to join the OrSMU for their MBBS studies in Russia.
The Russian envoy from the OrSMU had arrived in Delhi, last Sunday and would be participating in the 23rd Russian Education Fair, which is scheduled to be conducted in various metropolitan cities of India such as Trivandrum, Mumbai, Kolkata, and New Delhi between 26th July 2022 and 31st July 2022.
Orenburg State Medical University has been one of the top choices for Indian students who aspire to study MBBS in Russia. OrSMU is known to provide excellent education facilities to Indian students and shows a very high passing ratio of its graduates in the Indian licensing exam, Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE). Along with high quality of education, students also get the privilege of getting comfortable hostels for living, Indian mess where they can get Indian food as well as several opportunities to be involved in sports and cultural activities.
The students seeking admission in MBBS in Russia at Orenburg State Medical University, are advised to contact the university’s official admission partner, Rus Education by dialing the student helpline number 1800-833-33-38 or by visiting website www.ruseducation.in for more information.