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Partner Universities & Colleges in Belarus

International students can choose from a wide selection of courses at Belarussian institutions. The majority of the courses are taught entirely in English. Belarus offers a wide range of universities, including medical schools, technical schools, management schools, economics schools, transportation schools, and aeronautical schools, among others. Most Belarusian universities and colleges are UGC-recognized institutes.


What are the available programs to study in Belarus?

MBBS, General Medicine, Dentist, Pharmacy, Nursing, Engineering, Construction, Petroleum, Chemical, Law, Philosophy, Social Relations, Social Science, Psychology, Business Administration, Management, Finance, Economy, Marketing, Foreign Language Teaching, Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Music, Dancing, Fine Art, Drama.


Belarus is a popular study destination for Medicine among Sri Lankan students. 


Why study Medicine in Belarus?

  1. Throughout the course of study, English will be used as the medium of teaching.

  2. Medical degrees are acknowledged by international organizations.

  3. Licensing Exam Eligibility MCI, PMDC, USMLE, PLAB, HPCSA, SCHS, and so on.

  4. Tuition is reasonably priced.

  5. Internship opportunities at modern hospitals for students


What is the cost of studying in Belarus?

You will be amazed by how cheaper it is to study in Belarus compared to other foreign countries. The average cost of annual accommodation will be between USD 800 and 900. Depending on your lifestyle, your living expenditures may differ.  


The tuition fee can vary between USD 2500 - 6000 per year depending on your course of study. The annual tuition fee for a foundation program is USD 4600 upwards. 


What are the minimum qualifications required to study in Belarus?

Foundation: G.C.E O/L
Degree: G.C.E A/L
Masters: Bachelor's Degree
Ph.D: Masters's Degree


When are the university intakes?

September and February


How to get a student visa to Belarus for Sri Lankan students?

Sri Lankan students may receive visas upon arrival at Minsk International Airport if they have an official study invitation from the migration department and the OK TO BOARD for departure from the country's international airport.


Is IELTS required to study in Belarus?

Admission does not require IELTS or TOEFL.


What are some cheap universities in Belarus to study?

  • Belarusian State University (BSU)

  • A.S. Pushkin Brest State University

  • Belarusian National Technical University (BNTU)

  • Francysk Skoryna Gomel State University

  • Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno (YKSUG)


Can international students engage in part-time work in Belarus?

Students are permitted to work part-time, preferably for 20 hours each week. However, you would not be permitted to work more than 30/35 hours each week.


Are you thinking about studying in Belarus? Great! Allow us to work within your budget while making it more manageable and realistic. Our visa consultants are available to guide and assist you in preparing all necessary documents for your trip.

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