Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria for MBBS Abroad

  • Minimum age to apply is 17 years by 31st Dec of the admission year.
  • Minimum percentage required to apply is 50% in the subject’s physics, Chemistry and Biology for General Category and 40 % for reserved category for SC, St and OBC.
  • A Valid password

Why Study Abroad?

  • Tuition free ranges from 1.3 to 3 lakhs per year.
  • NO donation or capitation free is to be paid.
  • Universities recognized by Medical Council of India (MCI and Word Health Organization (WHO)
  • Degree is internationally valid and accepted

India Graduates with Foreign Medical Degrees - What does the low Say?

  • Indian students can seek medical qualification from any recognized medical education institution is a foreign country
  • Such Students are required to register with a state Medical council (SMC) in order to practice in India after obtaining their degree.
  • SMC can register a student with foreign medical qualification only after he/she appears and passes in Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) conducted by the National Board of Examination (NBE).The FMGE is conducted twice a year and a student has to score a minimum of 50 % marks pass this exam.
  • This is a statutory requirement as per section 13(4A) of the IMC Act. 1956 amended in 2002.Students who hold an under graduate as well as post graduate medical degree from the following countries need not take the FMGE and they can directly be registered by the SMS

What is ECTS?

The European credit and accumulation system (ECTS) was first introduced in Europe in 1989 within the framework for the ERASMUS program (at, the present moment SOCRATES Program) providing for integrated interstate education result, academic recognition and giving credit in the subject studied, assessment and comparison procedures. The ECTS aims at study qualification recognition support not only within one country but also in oriented system which is directed at a greater degree of clarity in the comparison of results through educational processes

Usmle Exam Pattern

Medical School USMLE Location Type of Exam Exam free
1st to 3rd year Basic sciences USMLE Exam step 1 can be taken at the end of the 3rd year in medical school In your home country on in the country of your medical school Multiple choice exam (objective questions) USD 820
4th & 5th year Clinical year USMLE Exam step 2 CK can be taken at the end of the 5th year in medical school
Upon Graduation You're now ready to take the USMLE Step 2 CS EXAM are conducted only in the United States of America USMLE Step 2 CS is designed to assess clinical skills through simulated patient interactions, in which the examinee Interacts with the examinee interacts with scandalized patients portrayed by actors Each examinee faces 12 Standardized Patients (SPS USD 1440

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