Moldova, officially the Republic of Moldova, is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, bordered by Romania to the west and Ukraine to the north, east, and south. The capital city is Chisinau.
The total land area is 33,851km2 the largest part of the nation lies between two rivers, the Dniester and the Prut.
Moldova has a climate which is moderately continental; its proximity to the Black Sea leads to the climate being mildly cold in the autumn and winter and relatively cool in the spring and summer. The summers are warm and long, with temperatures averaging about 20°C (68°F) and the winters are relatively mild and dry, with January temperatures averaging −4°C (25°F).
Moldova's rich soil and temperate continental climate (with warm summers and mild winters) have made the country one of the most productive agricultural regions since ancient times, and a major supplier of agricultural products in south-eastern Europe.
The country has a well-established wine industry. Most of the country's wine production is made for export.
The official language of Moldova is Romanian, a Romance language related to Italian, French, Spanish, and Portuguese.
It is a member state of the United Nations, the Council of Europe, the World Trade Organization (WTO), the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), the GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) and aspires to join the European Union.
After the end of Soviet rule, reforms were established that required nationals to receive a basic education over 10 years, followed by enrolment in a technical school or an institution of higher learning.
Education in Moldova is currently the responsibility of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research.
The education system in Moldova consists of preschool, primary, secondary and higher education. The preschool education is for children up to the age of seven years. The primary education is between grades one through four and typically involves children between the ages of 8-12. The secondary education consists of two tracks: general and vocational. General secondary education from grades 5-9 is called the gymnasium, and grades 10-12 is called liceul (lyceum). The vocational track is called the professional liceul. Higher education consists of two stages, short-term college education and university education.
In Moldova, there are 16 state and 15 private institutions of higher education. 52.5% of students major in economics, law, social sciences, or in some fields that the Moldovan Ministry of Education calls on its website "professional formation fields", 18.4% study engineering and architecture, 16.0% - education. There are a total of 90 specialties (majors) offered.
These institutions were traditionally awarding Diplomas but, in the year 2000, were also using the titles of Bachelor and Master to conform to international standards.
The degree awarded by Medical Universities in Moldova is Bachelor of Medicine (M.B) which is equivalent to Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) in India.
The educational system in Moldova is of the highest quality of excellence and known to be equal to higher educational universities in other countries of the world.
Medical Universities in Moldova do not have pre-qualifying examination like GRE, IELTS, TOEFL, SAT etc.
The Cost of Living is affordable in Moldova so it isn't a burden for parents.
Medical Universities in Moldova are recognized by The Medical Council of India (MCI).
The General Medicine course is offered in English therefore, a student is not required to learn any additional language.