Frequently Asked Questions
MD is Doctor of Medicine. A Doctor of Medicine is a medical degree, the meaning of which varies between different jurisdictions. In some countries, the MD denotes a first professional graduate degree (MBBS) awarded upon initial graduation from medical school.
The student must have 10+2 or PUC or equivalent qualification from an accredited board in India or from a foreign country with Physics, Biology, and Chemistry as a compulsory subject. The minimum score of 50% and above is essential in Physics, Biology, and Chemistry. At least 40% may be considered for OBC and SC/ST category. NEET is mandatory provided you are intending to come back to India for practicing. In order to practice in India, you must appear for the MCI screening test soon after your international degree
Students may complete an internship in India provided they qualify MCI screening test directed by the MCI
Yes, after completion of MBBS you may seek PG courses in foreign. However you may have to register with the respective country’s medical regulatory body
As per current MCI norms Indian medical graduates may have to appear in the MCI screening test before they can practice in India.
The Medical Council of India stipulates that all students studying MBBS from Medical institutions and wanting to practice in India after completion of their course, need to appear for a “Screening Test”. For more information about MCI screening test, please refer www.mciindia.org
The MCI Screening test may be conducted every 6 months. Minimum of 50% marks may be required to clear the test and there is no limit on the number of attempts.
The moment you reach in the respective country, our associates will take full care and provide full assistance in accommodations, food, and all other essential needs.
After reviewing your documents / profile we will be able to guide you appropriately regarding your program of choice and the college or University.
Yes, you may travel during your holidays. While returning, you must have a valid passport, visa, air ticket, etc..
All the medical colleges and university present in the list of WHO are recognized by WHO.
Every university may have International Students Department where a student could not only address their issues but also gets appropriate support.
Usually the student must be of 17 years or more during the admission. However it differs country to country.
Most of the universities offer English medium. There are other medium MBBS programs are also available in various countries.
The duration of MBBS is either 5 or 6 years and it depends on country to country.
All international students must have medical insurance and through which they may get treatment at designated hospitals / clinics
We provide MBBS admission at universities which are not only approved by the Medical Council of India and also by WHO.
We assist all our students and provide full support including admission, visa processing, visa documentation, visa submission, preparation for embassy interview, etc… We also provide pre-departure and post-landing guidance based on the country of choice. Our representatives at destination country will arrange airport pickup, provide mobile SIM card, assist you in opening a bank account, provide medical insurance, guide you how to use public transportation, introduce you to the religious places around and supermarkets having Indian groceries / food.
We have associates who assist students to obtain education loans from reputable financial institutions.
We will certainly help your parents or relatives to obtain visit visa. Usually these visas are shorter in duration and the provided duration may be sufficient to spend some quality time with you.