Foreign citizens and stateless persons can enter Mogilev State Medical College for secondary special education on a paid basis by the results of an interview that determines their level of proficiency in the language in which the educational process is carried out, to the extent sufficient to master the educational program of secondary special education.

Admission of foreign citizens and stateless persons is carried out on the basis of an agreement on training a specialist with secondary special education on a paid basis, concluded by the educational institution with foreign citizens and stateless persons (legal representatives of minor foreign citizens and stateless persons upon presentation of documents confirming the status of legal representative of a minor foreign citizen and a stateless person) or with representatives of foreign citizens and stateless persons, legal entities acting on the basis of a power of attorney certified by a notary or an authorized official, as well as a legal entity that pays tuition fees, which, in addition to the conditions established by law, provide for the liability of the parties to pay expenses in case of the need to expel a foreign citizen and a stateless person from the Republic of Belarus.

Documents executed in a foreign language must also be accompanied by a notarized translation into Belarusian or Russian.

Foreign citizens and stateless persons arriving for full-time secondary special education are enrolled in an educational institution after passing a mandatory medical examination in the territorial health organizations determined by Mogilev Medical College in coordination with the Main Health Department of the Mogilev Regional Executive Committee, confirming that there are no medical contraindications to studying in the Republic of Belarus. The list of medical contraindications to the training of foreign citizens and stateless persons arriving to study in the Republic of Belarus is established by the Ministry of Health in coordination with the Ministry of Education.

A necessary condition for admission of foreign citizens and stateless persons to Mogilev Medical College is that they have an identity document, a visa (if necessary) and a compulsory medical insurance contract issued in accordance with the procedure established by the legislation of the Republic of Belarus.