Des gradués chômeurs

Devenir médecin est le  rêve  professionnel de milliers de jeunes Mauriciens. Pendant des années, la réalisation de ce rêve a été le domaine réservé des enfants de riches. Ou de parents moins nantis s'endettant jusqu'au cou pour permettre à leur progéniture d'aller étudier la médecine à l'étranger. En dépit de la démocratisation des études, devenir médecin est resté pour beaucoup de Mauriciens un rêve irréalisable puisque se chiffrant à plus d'un million de roupies pour chacune des sept années d'études, sans compter le logement, la nourriture et les dépenses indispensables pour pouvoir étudier à l'étranger. C'est dire avec quel enthousiasme fut accueillie l'annonce de l'ouverture d'une école de médecine à  Maurice! Bien sûr, même drastiquement diminués, les frais d'études représentaient toujours une somme importante. Mais ils sont beaucoup plus accessibles et le budget de voyage, d'hébergement et de vie universitaire n'existent plus. Devenir médecin devenait un rêve à portée de main des Mauriciens avec une collaboration du ministère de la Santé qui non seulement ouvrait ses hôpitaux aux étudiants pour leurs exercices  pratiques, mais leur garantissait également leurs deux années d'internat indispensables pour obtenir leur diplôme, se faire embaucher ou aller se spécialiser. Toutes les conditions étaient réunies pour démocratiser l'accès à la profession de médecin. L'unique responsabilité de l'étudiant pour la réalisation de son rêve était d'étudier nuit et jour pour passer ses examens.
Ils sont des dizaines à avoir donné le meilleur d'eux-mêmes pour décrocher le diplôme rêvé. Tout s'est bien passé pour les premières promotions de médecins mauriciens qui, après leurs cinq années d'études, font les deux ans d'internat dans un hôpital mauricien pour obtenir leur diplôme. Le système qui fonctionnait parfaitement s'est enrayé avec la promotion de novembre 2010. Jusqu'à l'année dernière, le ministère de la Santé recrutait deux groupes d'internes au début et à la fin de l'année. Cette politique performante a été modifiée en 2010 avec deux recrutements au début de l'année, probablement pour des raisons électoralistes. Comme une certaine acquisition de clinique. Ce changement dans les dates de recrutement s'est fait aux dépens des 45 étudiants ayant terminé leurs études en décembre 2010. Le recrutement des internes prévu pour début 2011 n'a pas eu lieu. Une lettre est envoyée à Maya Hanoomanjee en mai pour expliquer leur situation: ils ont un diplôme incomplet, ne peuvent pas se faire embaucher et doivent commencer à rembourser les emprunts pour financer leurs études. Elle reste sans réponse. Une lettre semblable est envoyée à Lormesh Bhundoo quand il devient ministre de la Santé quand le MSM démissionne du gouvernement. Il n'accuse même pas réception de la lettre. Il semblerait que la politique des ministres de la Santé est de ne pas répondre au courrier qu'on leur adresse. Mais quand quelques gradués en attente d'un internat pour valider leur diplôme exposent leur problème sur une radio en septembre dernier, le ministre intervient par téléphone. Il annonce que les étudiants de la promotion décembre 2010 sont sur une liste d'attente et que le problème sera réglée dans quelques jours seulement. Deux mois se sont écoulés sans que la situation ne soit réglée. Elle a même empiré. Aux 45 gradués de la promotion de 2010 se sont ajoutés les 25 de la promotion 2011 et les autres étudiants en médecine ayant fait leurs études à l'étranger et qui rentrent à Maurice pour faire leur internat. Ils seraient aujourd'hui près de 200 gradués en médecine  bloqués par le refus du ministère de la Santé de respecter son engagement – qui figure dans les documents de la Tertiary Education Commission – de les embaucher pour leur internat. Ce refus du ministère de la Santé vient stopper la politique de démocratisation de la profession médicale sans aucune justification.

Rajesh Jeetah, ministre de l'Education Tertiaire, répète à qui veut l'entendre que son objectif est de faire que chaque famille mauricienne ait un gradué dans ses  rangs. Des gradués chômeurs comme ces étudiants en médecine qui attendent de pouvoir commencer leur internat depuis bientôt une année?  Elle est vraiment curieuse la « démocratisation » pratiquée par les travaillistes…


Commentaires

Le ministre de l'Education Tertiaire est de faire que chaque famille mauricienne ait un gradué chômeurs????

All countries have good and bad universities - it's not fair - and borderline idiotic to generalise. So many Mauritians come to UK South-Bank University which has a standard lower than many African universities - let alone Russian or China. What motivates students to go to China for medicine is the low tuition fees. Some institutes in China, even lor-le-rat from Mauritius will not be able to set foot due to extremely high entry requirements. However, there exists some universities who are taking bucket loads of Mauritians to turn them into Doctors with low entry requirements. This will have a detrimental effect on our health system. Whether the governement should prevent them from going to study - No. Whether the government should implement a test or qualification validation before considering them to work in hospitals - Yes.

In reply to Docteur Amer....I think that you are missing the whole point.....there are doctors working in our public hospitals with C D E and O at HSC level in their main subjects and went on to get medical degrees in Eastern European and Chinese universities simply because entry level requirements are so low at those institutions. Those doctors are the 'health hazards' in our hospitals. some of our nursing staff in Mauritius have better HSC results than most of our doctors in the the public hospitals. At the end of the day it boils down to having money and getting the degree you want from those East European or Chinese universities....anyone can go and warm benches at those institutions for 5 or 6 years where even the exit level exams are sub-standard....my friend, have you ever heard of someone going to these universities and failed? They all come out with medical degrees at the end of the 5/6 years. if the same people were to attend universities in UK/USA/Canada/SA/France, today 95% of those people would not qualify to be doctors because you need a certain level of intellectual maturity to cope with medical studies in countries like UK/Canada/USA/SA/France. Having straight A's does not guarantee that you will be a good doctor, but at least it makes sure that intelligent people are selected for a profession where the margin for error is unfortunately very slim my friend....doctors deal with lives of people and not machines. That is why in developed countries like the USA, Canada, Australia, UK and many more, it is only the intellectual elite who has access to medical studies and not just anybody. And sadly, many 'bogus doctors' are making up the numbers in Mauritius. the current high unemployment rate of junior doctors in Mauritius is because every Tom, Dick and Harry can get a medical degree from those East European and Chinese universities. In the next 10 years or so, the health service in Mauritius will be packed with specialists from China.....that is when you will see 'tamassa' in our hospitals. i will not go into the details of it, but specialist training for doctors in China is of very poor standard and Mauritius is sitting on a time bomb with so many of our doctors currently undergoing specialist training in China. I hope that Le Mauricien and Mr. Jean Claude Antoine keep up with the good work and bring this fact to the limelight so that in future the Mauritian public gets good level of health care.

That is a total lie, in the past doctors that failed HSC in Mauritius, they went to England and they completed the certificate, say they failed in English for the SC exams, as soon as they reach England they complete one subject that they failed and the British institution still view the certificate as at one sitting. These people still join medical institutions and become professionals in Mauritius.
There are so many professionals in Mauritius that has Grade III and went to England studied and became professionals in Mauritius.
This a total lie and made up prejudice against people studying in China, Mauritian students in China has three A in HSC.
The hospitals are more technologically advanced than any European Universities.Today the Chinese govern is one of the richest in the World and they have invested in Health Care way more that the " tompouce" can dream in Mauritius.

I agree to some extent to what you said above BUT why blame the students? students just finishing their HSC exams are totally unaware of the problem awaiting them, they are just being motivated to fulfill their dreams. I guess the minister of tertiary education along with MOH should set up the requirements for the selection of students before they even go to study medicine. Students opting for medical studies should fulfill certain requirements before even enrolling themselves in a university. They spend so much money to go and study abroad and when they come back, they are being mistreated and refused a place at the hospital. shame on the Minister of tertiary education and minister of health! and furthermore they are encouraging more and more people in this field by opening more medical schools in Mauritius.

well said my friend ....good job !!! I work in the NHS in London which is annexed to a medical school and i can say that obtaining a seat at the University is really hard . It's indeed very competitive and only the best get through
Not like those Chinese Universities..............very poor standard

nobody could have said it better....i totally agree wiz ur respond.

Picolo,it seems you are just a frustrated nursing officer. I don't think you can generalise like this and you certainly do not have the right to write rubbish about foreign universities from all those countries you mentioned because you have never been in those universities and did not undergo those studies.First of all go to one of those countries and if you manage to reach there,go in their hospitals and see the standard over there and compare it to ours.Well,just GROW UP MAN..picolo means small in Italian and this seems to be the right word for such cheap mentality

Ce n'est pas tout!
Min of Health en violation du raport PRB compte baisser la paye des futures internes.Ce qui veut dire qu'un ingenieur durant son internat sera paye plus qu'un medecin durant son internat.Meme les jeunes enseignants du secondaire ayant integres le poste de Educator juste apres leurs etudes universitaires toucherons plus que les jeunes medecins.Ces derniers feront aussi la garde dans les hopitaux de 4pm a 9am le lendemain gratuit pour le gouvernment.

LA paye c'est en fonction de la loi de l'offre et de la demande. Si pas bisin Dr ek bisin plis Ingenieur ab normal kin ingenieur pou gagne plis. 2 ans plitard sitiation capav virer sa coup la bisin plis medecin. Li coume sa. Sa chomaz technik sa li pas dire longtemps. Dans 2 ans ou garcon ou tifi gagne en poste Dr ek en bel pitai sa coup la oumeme ou pou rier!

le gouvernement est le plus malin.

Si ene domaine ine fini saturer ek ena 2 (voir 3) institutions tertiare (Ssr,UoM et Centre Prof Baligadoo) qui chaque annee pe produire ene total de 80-90 medecins,sans compter 1 tas ban ti zenes avec 1 bon Hsc ki envi vine medecin pe ale vers les autres pays,alors li normal ki pou ena 1 problem ki pou aggraver concernant chomage dans sa secteur la.
1 lot problem: si manque 200 medecins,pas veut dire qui si demain 200 medecins vini gouvernment pou employe tout.Govt ine toujours fer travail la rouler ar least possible employees alors c'est pas 1 govt comment nous ena actuellement qui pou change kitchose,banla zot prefere depense 100 million donne 1 grand contrat pou arrange chemin ou sa pou aster l'hopital ou ban les autres batiments qui apartenir a zot ban camarades (parcequi parete ki ladans ki ena commission)

Ça fait 30ans j'ai quiter mon pays pour avoir une vie meilleur malgré la mondialisation ont régresse que les étranger qui profite de notre économie on n'a pas la culture de réflexion est le dépassement en soi etre diplômée veut pas dire intelligent car les malins finise toujours par dominer les plus faibles pour une éducation égaux a tous premier constat tous le monde peu pas devenir medcin ,Avocat,juge il faut tout pour faire un monde alors crée des écoles aux métier de demain:e:EX:fabrication des maison du future des piscine pour les apprendre a nager 80%du peuple de ile Maurice save pas nager cet un constat beaucoup chose peut ce réaliser il suffit quelque bonne volonté le tour est jouer en Europe les chômeur diplômé ils sont par millier sans emplois aujourd'hui le monde recherche des Informaticien des vendeurs des chercheur des ouvrier spécialise en application industrielle voilà dans quoi nos jeune doit ce lance je souhaite a tous courage et la chance de trouver votre premier job That day Will Be a very greate Time for all of you good luck

Chapeau a Mr.Jean Claude Antoine pour ce blog concernant les graduees chomeurs.
Peut etre que cela releve de l'incompetence du "Career guidance" qui resulte maintenant en un surplus de gradues en Medecine a Maurice et qu'il y en a encore beaucoup de jeunes qui veulent s'embarquer dans une carriere comme Medecin.Ce serait dommage pour bon nombre parceque la realite va etre dure.Ceux qui sont dans le domaine savent que meme s'il en a une manque dans les hopitaux,le gouvernment ne va pas employes encore plus de medecins.Concernant le priver,cela appartient au medecins de carriere et de renom.

UNFORTUNATELY the medical council will not act because the sons and daughters of the same doctors who are on the board there are directly concerned by this.Even the doctors on the medical board come form those low class chinese , indian and eastern european universities..and now you think they will regulate it..NO way..

we follow a british system of education by doing the 'O' levels and the 'A' levels. the entry point in any UK university for medicine is 3 straight A's in your principal science subjects. if this criteria is to be followed, 90% of doctors working in the hospitals in mauritius do not deserve to be doctors! they simply do not meet the academic criteria for admission into a UK university at entry level. East European and Chinese universities have very low entry requirement levels for admission....so every Tom, Dick and Harry can get a medical degree from those universities....even those without a science backgroung at HSC level! Guys with accounting background at HSC level can go for medical studies in those East European and Chinese universities. As for India, u can bribe your way through....what your academic background is irrelevant as long as you can donate 3/4 million rupees to the university trust. As for SSR med school, it is certainly not up there, but in my belief, is better than the East European and Chinese. i believe the medical council of mauritius has to screen at the entry level , who is going for medical studies and set criteria so that not every Tom, Dick and Harry becomes a doctor. i know of guys with D, E and O at HSC who are doctors today and working in our public hospitals. if we were to follow the british system, that fellow would have never got access to a medical school and be a 'health hazzard'! it is up to the medical council to set standards so that the mauritian public are not put at risk at the hands of bogus doctors. if the medical council plays its role as a watchdog in the future the mauritian health sector will be efficient and reliable. hopefully the politicians dont come and dictate their own rules and let the medical council be a proper and decent regulatory body for doctors. with so many of mauritian doctors specialising in China, it is a time bomb in the making. in the next 10 years to come 75% of our specialists will be from China, where exposure and training is sadly very poor. Should the medical council set up exams for specialists ,like all other countries do for doctors who graduated overseas, so as to maintain a good standard of health service? UK, Canada, USA, Australia all have exams for doctors who graduated overseas....why not mauritius?

You should read what you write. 3 A's at HSC or A level do not make you a better doctor, that's why they undergo a training for 5 or 6 years. Lot of the eastern european countries standard are lot higher than that of UK, students failing first year have to repeat that year until they pass if not they are chucked out of the course. I have worked in the NHS for over 40 years and i have seen some damn good doctors and consultants with no A 's at Alevel and also have met and seen some horrible and arrogant doctors who have had good grades at A level. so my point is no matter what grade you have as long as you follow your training and pass all your years and treat people as human being then you are deemed to be a good doctor. Not all doctors trained in UK are good as a matter of fact 20 to 30 per cent are useless, just look at them in any london hospital, and ther are plenty of them.

saying that lots eastern european country degrees is of higher standard is complete nonsense.I dont know of any1 who repeat classes in eatern european countries.they give access to students with the poorest a level results.the training in such countries is very poor and poor training = Bad doctors..

Mo kav repone toi lor 1 point. dakor li important ki to bizin gagne bon rezilta HSC pou al fer medeicine mais pas ça veut dire ki si to pas gagne 3 A to pas kav fer medicine. mo pren mo l'exemple, mo in gagne 5 A HSC, mo pas in passe mo concours pou ale fer medicine en France. mo kone dimoune kine classé HSC ki ine fail zot premier lannée. Tandis ki mo ena kamarad kine gagne ABC HSC in passe zot concours. ek pas 1 sel dimoune ki kuma li. Faudrait pas generalisé. bizin analyz le prob a fond. Pas tout dimoune ki ale aprane la russie etc zot dan bez kuma professinnel. Ena ban medecin ki sorte 'gran' pays mais zot mank l'humanité. Kuma mo ti tende 1 prof dire, bizin pas critique dimoune parski personne pas pli superier ki so kamarad. Toi to bizin get pou toi ek fer to trvay bien

The SSR degree is pathetic n recognissed onli in mru and rodriguess..if you need to go wrk overseass u have to go through several exams again which v few SSR students succeed.So dnt generalise my friend..Well if t was so worldly recognise as u are saying then there wouldnt be so many ssr graduates unemployed in MRU.They would have all flown to the first worl countries to work.. People overseas dnt ven know abt MRu and you thnk they are even aware of the converted tea factory turned into a med school..lmao..the Library there is mediocre, no internet facilities, cadavers v few, 1 per 30 students..and they boastg..catch a wake up call my friend..you guys r gd to treat onli in MRU..

totally true!!!

Ki zot tou p la guerre couma banne bambins dans lecole maternelle. Moi mo cone n sel truc, si ou n professionel, pena lexamen narien apres, but the proof of the pudding is in what you do. Ena etudiant ki pena bon HSC mais vine banne tres bon professionel. Debat cot ou apprane si pas Linde la chine, uk europe ne tient pas la route tanque ki ou fine apprane avec ou le coeur ek ou coner ki ou p fer. Merci pour les petits esprits.

Totally and completely agree with "Pratique". You can be from UK, and be a bad doctor. It does not mean that if you studied in poorer countries, then you are a bad doctor. We should stop with this low mentality. It is how much you study in your graduate years that count and how you perform when practising.

Degrees from China Ukraine Russia Romania ??? Seriously?

& what about the degree from your beloved country "Mauritius" (infact the medical college - nt even a university - is a private owned indian institution)?so?

"How China is winning the school race" (By Yojana Sharma - BBC) "­­­China's education performance seems to be as spectacular as the country's breakneck economic expansion, outperforming many more advanced countries...." You can search for the full article on BBC. Sometimes its good to go out of your hut and see a bit the world before talking nonsense... typical mauritian mentality!

I guess u mst be a product of those chinese institutions..the medical degree is crap and every1 knows it, chinse doctors are useless some cnt even put drips..iv worked with them..their knowledge is pathetic..Besides u dont even need a good hsc to get admitted there unlike in SA UK Singapore Aust where u need straigt 3 As to get admitted..So chinese medical degrees are crap and if they were so good they wudnt have even needed to put advertisement in newspapers..lol

Dear Peter (1) Putting drips was never the most significant part of the job for a doctor, but maybe that is the only thing you are good at and congratulations for that (2) I am a sholarship student with 3 As and I did not join any of those universities in SA, Uk or Aust only because at that time my parents could not afford the tuitions fees.Maybe it's a terrible shock for you but yes there are also some students with excellent HSC results attending universities others than those you mentioned (3) I never knew that advertisements were only restricted to Chinese universities, I am pretty sure that people who do read newspapers, unlike you, must have come across advertisements from SA Uk or Aus universities too (4)Your unbiased opinion, the way you treat your fellow colleagues with whom you shake hands everyday with a large smile, as "crap" and your "lol" already tells us a lot about the kind of doctor you are.. and the kind of person.. Nothing to be really proud of.

so u dnt find it alarmg dat chinese docs cnt put drips.den u mst b 1 of them..u dnt becme a doc at any cost even if the univ is crap..where dyu see the prestigiious univ advertisg fr medical seats..n btw u dnt get clinical skills frm books..if the traing is crap u becme a bad product..the chinese traing is poor n this is proven frm ther lack of knowledge theoretically n clinically.thank u

Peter your english speak volume about yourself and your quality of education you received. I'm worried about those patients ...poor soul

Watch out yourself.. Don't try to judge my english coz im just passing a message and have no time to waste with writg full words. Maybe you still trying to learn like the kids who dnt undstnd mnemonics.the only sentence u wrote has 2 grammatical mistakes..Go fly a kite..

You are welcome. In the future please pay attention to those few things; respect, decency and manners. Those are undoubtfully new to you but they are as much important to a doctor.

28 novembre, 2011: À L’HÔTEL LE MARITIM: La Chine accorde une enveloppe d’aide de Rs 3,1 Md.. China.. Seriously??? :)

so wat does this have to do with nedical education..the medic univ there is crap..jus like russi who may hav millions frm oil n pet
rol bt ther univ r crap. China n russan docs need no introductn globally

Beggars cant be choosers :)

MAURICE/CHINE: Enveloppe d’aide de Rs 2,7 milliards... and you dare to quote China! seriously?? :)

Degrees from Eastern Europe, India, third world asian countries or even Russia.....YUKK!!! I am TOTALLY against the policy of recruiting these third class medical graduates to fill up our health sector. I TOTALLY agree for the fact that a guy with a poor HSC background of Ds and Es cannot just go and buy himself a graduate degree in medicine like that....they are just a bunch of incompetent illiterate so called "doctors". If medicine is too an expensive option in UK or USA, why you don't try for France, UK, Germany and other highly rated countries. The reason is very straight forward and simple, these people don't have the guts to work their ass out to earn a first class degrees from a highly rated university.

Tuition fees in France is free, same for Italy. I recently completed a post grad from Italy and I am stunned to see the many facilities that this country is giving to international students with good potential. If you come from low income family, you are from outside EU, your DECLARED family income and property will be evaluated and as a result of that, you will be eligible for a full fee scholarship with monthly pocket money and residence. The income barrier depends on cities, to give you a rough idea, if your family income is below 20000 euros per year, you are easily through.

Italy is the 7th biggest and richest economy of the world. But at the same time, they do not have an open policy to promote their system. Lucky are those who got to know the system and manage a breakthrough. Italy is an untapped location for us Mauritians because we are so very obsessed by UK who are whores in selling their education to pimp like us.

To my middle class patriots who want to want to go for the extra mile, here is a link for you people to kickstart:
www.postgradinitaly.esteri.it

My eternal love to the people of my country, my eternal hatred to those bloody suckers who are feeding themselves on the efforts of our middle class society.

GOG BLESS.

Italy? This country is going down the drain I dont know where do you source your information. This country has debts for thousand of years. Also you are criticising doctors from china, russia, india etc. Please come to the UK and see for yourself that the majority of doctors come from these countries. I think you do need to educate yourself first before commenting on educational subjects, God bless you too you are such an ignorant

Why pathetic guys criticising education system from China and India? These two countries are the emerging economies at the monent.why????Don't you think because of their skilled manpower ,sophisticated and far advanced technologies.Guys...just imagine the massive investment, donations and grants pumped in the Mauritian economy by India and China? India funded Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre, China funding massive roads, new MBC and recently approved billions of lines credit for the Mauritian Government. Chinese and indian nationals contributing to the Mauritian economy through the provision of cheap labour. Why are you so proud of British?? How UK is helping Mauritius to prosper...seems really bleak!!! The more intellectuals a country have, the better the chance to prosperity and progress. How it matters scooping [A's at Hsc?? China , India and Russia providing medical skills and practices to Mauritian Nationals...should all of us very grateful. It is an absolute truth that thousand of asian doctors are currently working in NHS centres..what I perceived during my stay in UK.

GoG Bless you too. you are pathetic and ignorant

Mons Uom expat degrees from india is not eligible according to u so u r too proud of urself..well for ur own information let me tell me to do mbbs in india u need chemistry physics maths and biology on top of that u need atleast a b grade in these subjects...without u won't b eligible...don't talk rubbish wen u don't no anything

I am not for capitalism or pro-occidental to start with. I am born and bred in Mu and I am not bitching about Italians as you put it just to clear out this big misconception from y... small sized clustered brain. It is because of people with narrowly minded mentality like you that this country is going to doom's day. After all, it's the people that is represented in government and those people sitting up there openly reflects the perception of our population, I better not cite any names...

All that I am talking about is a way for you people to acquire a world class degree at low cost, this was the debate from the very beginning. How Europe is managing its debts and assets, and it's not of our direct interest. If they are providing us the benefits with a cause, why do we have to dig in their shit and point out their mess? See mate..,in this world, nothing is free, and nobody will be yours, you just have to venture out and look for what is best for you to get your head out of water. So, how China is buying out European bonds, how they are bailing EU, these things are not your problem. If power is shifting to the East, tomorrow, everybody will lick the boots of the East, this is a fact, this is people's inherited nature and mentality.

Coming back to our main headlines, the main problem in our country is that, the Incompetents stay and the talented are drained away. Because they cannot bear injustice, they believe in themselves, they don't rely on political recommendations, they are fighters!! These "doctors" are what they are, bunch of INCOMPETENTS, that's it!!

entirement daccord ek ou. Momeme mo fin quitte sa pays la fin gagne dix ans ek mo pas regretter. Quand zot dire degree SSR reconnaitre en US, Canada, EU sa en grand menti! Ou ena 2 tonnes l'examer pou reprend avant ou ressi gagne en licence pou pratiquer. En dautre mots zot ap dire ou refaire la medecine! Kit fois 1 SSR lors mille ressi gagne en licence. Alors pas fool dimoune ar SSR ek so recognition en dehors Mauris ek l'ile rodrigues.

Degree SSR li tres bon pou ou pratiquer dans lopital Moris ek Rodrigues cot zot servi zis cinq medicaments (panadol, panadol, panadol,panadol ek finalema panadol) mais pas vin dire ki ou reconnaitre dans les autres pays du monde.

Si toutefois SSR la fin ressi passe so 2 tonnes lexamer ek li fin gagne la chance gagne en residency ler la ler li fin fini tout sa, a l'age de 65 ans, li ava capav pratik la medecine en US.

Mais pou Moris mo dire ki zot ban super Doctors, the best.

Matelot....au moins ene dimoune ine ressi daccord r moi. Pas facile sa frer pou faire sa ban ti lesprit la comprend. Sa ban dimoune ki p protege sa ban soi disant "docter" la, alle gueter quand ena malade dans zot famille, ki premier la porte zot alle taper et kot li sorti.....

Si mo rappel bien, il y 3 4 ans de cela, ban docter "3eme grade" la ti fer ene union pou conte carrer sa qualification ki donne zot droit pou pratiquer a Maurice la. Zot pa ti ouler passe sa l'examen medical council la et zot ti p revolter pou tire sa l'examen quand zot rentre Maurice. Mo pa coner ki fine arriver par la suite...comme a Maurice tout est possible

Alle gueter, dans nou l'hopital tou les annees, comier dimoune deceder a cause manque de soin, manque de competence.

Pour terminer mo dire, alle fer ene resencement pou gueter comier ban jeune graduer a Maurice p quite pays parceki zot frustrer avec le marcher de travail, avec politique sale, avec backing, avec corruption, avec manque de meritocracy. Malheureusement, dimoune ki competent la, li prefer garde le silence, rode so chemin, laisse pays la a la derive, parceki quand li leve la voix, "Missier la" tape li lor la tete avek so racket ping-pong pou desan li embas. Alors meiller solution mo frer, rode la vie dans Eldorado kot l'herbe est plus verd.

Dernierment, tou ban Mauricien eh dehors ena full droit argumenter lor situation a Maurice parceki Directement ou indirectement, nou si nou contribuer dans l'Economie pays la. Sa l'argent ki nou envoyer la, li rentre dans la caisse publique apres li alle perdi dans poche ban missier la!!!

Ene pays bourer d'imcompetence et malpropter Politique. Mo prier bon dier, Envoye nou nou Gandhi ene fois!!!

just by the way you write i can guess you must B an italien support well why dnt you try to get one of those third class medical degree if it can easily be bought then you`ll see if its zat easy to buy degree in those countries
tution fees might be free in those big big countries like france italy etc... how abt the cost of living YEAH 7th biggest and richest economy of the world how abt now with the europe debt they now start begging china to buy there bonds. after greece italy spain and soon france will be going down all those third world countries you mention is now helping those poor european i doubt if thy will still give scholarship to foreigner instead to there own peope who will really need it very soon by the way if you need a surgery you should check out china, chinese doctor ar prtty good in surgery

franchement ... shocking you include India is this list. Why don't you try get an Indian Medical degree mate? You seriously think you can still buy admission to the top Indian medical colleges? As for the cost .. let me tell you it costs nothing less than a full million per year these days to be at a decent Indian medical college. So check up your facts and stop your Italian bitching. Typical Italians !

uk,france,usa,germany....etc i can name all the countries which offer medical studies too ;)

I think we are concentrating too much on tertiary education in mauritius. The job sector is therefore unable to absorb this influx of high end job seekers. This can be seen in the health sector, as well as other sectors such as chemical engineering etc...It costs much more to provide teriary education than secondary or primary education, and from the tuition fees of our local universities, a high % of the fees are subsidised, meaning its been filled with tax payers money.

What we should do instead is to concentrate on entrepreneurship. This sector should be included in primary and secondary school curriculum. Businesses help to generate employment and is the basis of any strong economy. The govt should spend a consequent amount of money to encourge mauritian youth to open their own businesses, be low tech or high tech industries( from electrician, farmers, plumbers to graphic designers etc...

A new sector where new businesses can contribute are green technologies. For instance, SMEs looking at retroffiting houses or communities with renewable energy producers (solar, wind) to reduce the latter's electricity bill. It helps to create jobs, riches, and reduces dependencies on the ever expensive oil.

If Mauritius was aiming towards standard , then those eastern European degrees, chinese degrees wouldnt have been recognised here just like they are not recognised in UK or USA. These countries give access to students with even the worst HSC results..So this clearly demonstrates that the std there is mediocre and they are only business profit institutions.We can confirm this by seeing advertisemnet in newspapers..The medical council recognises degrees from anywhere in the world and thats wat happens we have an overload of doctors with most of them being very poor clinically..

I believe there will come a time that we will be just like India,everyone is a degree holder !!! In the past,when someone tell you that they have a degree,my god!!! You look up to that person.Nowadays,when someone tell you they have a degree,the immediate reaction is "Not another one !!! "