MBBS in North America
Geographically the North American continent has many regions and sub regions. These include cultural, economic, and geographic regions. Linguistically and culturally, the continent could be divided into Anglo-America and Latin America.
United States stands first as the most populous country in North America followed by Mexico which is the second largest country and then Canada, the third most populous country. The majority of Caribbean island-nations have national populations under a million, but Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago each have populations higher than a million.
North America is a very large continent. Climate in coastal California is described to be Mediterranean, with average temperatures in cities like San Francisco ranging from between 57 to 70 Â°F. Climate in Greenland along with the Canadian shield is tundra with average temperatures ranging from between 10 to 20 Â°C.
Christianity is the largest religion in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Christianity is also the predominant religion in 23 dependent territories in North America.
North America is home to a large number of language families and some language isolates. The languages of North America reflect this continentâ€™s indigenous peoples and their cultures.
Why Study in North America?
The greatest appeal of studying abroad in North America is probably the incredible and diverse cultures and experiences you will gain. Every country has its little quirks, this means that whatever your preferences, you can be sure to find a country suitable for you! If you complete medicine in North America, your future will definitely blossom. The main reason North America and Caribbean islands have been this popular among Indian students for Medical education is because it is the most effective and almost guaranteed pathway to settling in USA as licensed physicians. The best part of Caribbean Medical education is the students can avail the exposure of doing clinicalâ€™s in USA, UK, Canada etc. It is the most cost effective way of pursuing MD course with the curriculum fully based on USMLE curriculum.
Cost of Living
In general, North America is a good place to live in for the budget-conscious. Cost of living is generally much lower than in the United States. For example, consumer prices in USA are 60% higher than that of Mexico and 17% higher than Costa Rica. Because of the diversity in countries however, the difference in cost of living varies greatly from country to country.
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