The Foundation of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences 50 years ago Shiraz Institute of Higher Health Education admitted some medical students. For many years, it continued its academic activities as the main faculty of Shiraz University. In 1986, it was separated from Shiraz University and started its activities independently, first, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, then the University of Medical Sciences and Health Services, Fars Province. Currently, with more than 5000 students, 83 different majors, 460 academic staff and 12000 employees, it not only provides educational services but also provides health services needed for the entire country and the province of Fars in general. The University is committed to excellence in research, treatment and teaching. The performance of state-of-the-art and advanced services like bone marrow, heart and kidney transplants proves the university's high standards. A general overview of the university and its faculties is provided here. In these pages, you will find ample evidence of this commitment through your inquiries and interactions with staff and experience studying and working here.


Eligibility to study MBBS in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

Iran has long been among the top destinations for Indian students to pursue medical degrees. If you want to study MBBS in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, check the eligibility requirements below. :

Above 17 years of age on or before 31st December of the year of admission. 10+2 pass with 50% marks in a science subject (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) from CBSE/ISC or any other equivalent examination board.

MBBS application age in Iran is 17 years.

To get admission in the MBBS course in Iran you need to clear the NEET exam.

To apply for MBBS in Iran, individuals must have cleared the NEET (UG) entrance exam (as per the most recent MCI release).