Return to your home country and pursue medical practice: If you want to practice medicine in your home country, you will need to check with the regulatory authority (such as the Medical Council) about the requirements for practicing medicine. You may need to pass an exam, complete an internship, or register with the regulatory body before you can practice.
Pursue higher studies: You can pursue higher studies such as a master’s or a doctoral degree in medicine. This will help you specialize in a particular area of medicine and enhance your career prospects. You can also pursue courses in related fields such as public health, healthcare management, or medical research.
Work in Kazakhstan: If you want to work in Kazakhstan, you can apply for a medical license from the Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan. You can work in government hospitals, private hospitals, or clinics.
Work abroad: You can also apply for medical jobs abroad, either in countries where the demand for doctors is high, or in countries where you have a personal interest in working.
Volunteer: You can also volunteer your services to organizations that work in the field of healthcare. This will help you gain experience and give back to society.