Any Indian citizen who has attained the age of 17 years and has passed the 10+2 Level from any recognized Council/Board of India or abroad is eligible to study MBBS abroad. She/he must have studied Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as elective subjects and obtained a minimum of 50% in aggregate in PCB combined. Additionally, the student must clear NEET before admission to any medical university abroad for MBBS.
To be eligible to apply for permanent registration to practice medicine in India after MBBS from Abroad, students are required to study MBBS from a chosen recognized university abroad for a total duration of 54 months and also a mandatory internship for a minimum of 12 months at the same medical institution in abroad.
After applying to the Commission, a foreign medical graduate is required to complete a supervised internship in India for at least one year. Additionally, they must have successfully passed either the National Exit Test (NExT) or any other test mandated by the Commission
Yes, medical universities in Abroad offer direct admissions for MBBS for Foreign students without any additional entrance test. However, Indian students seeking to study medicine must clear NEET, this plays as a valid entry ticket to any medical university in India and Abroad. Obtaining a NEET Scorecard enables the students to apply for licensing examination (FMGE/NExT) after MBBS Graduation from Abroad.
Yes, the MBBS course in all our universities is approved by the National Medical Commission (NMC), India. If you want to clarify the same for various other universities abroad, you can check the NMC website.
Studying MBBS in Russia as an international student offers a rewarding and diverse educational experience. With its renowned universities, affordable education, and a wide range of study programs, Russia attracts students from around the world. The country's rich cultural heritage provides an immersive environment for students to explore, while support services cater to the needs of international students. Additionally, research opportunities and a multicultural student community further enhance the learning experience of the students at the universities. It is important for students to research universities and programs, understand visa requirements, and embrace the opportunity to immerse themselves in Russian culture while studying MBBS in Russia.
We prioritize understanding our students' needs and aspirations, guiding them in selecting a country and exploring university options. We assist with university selection and facilitate MBBS applications abroad. Our support extends to travel preparations and settling in at the foreign university. Throughout their MBBS journey, we offer continuous assistance, including periodic FMGE coaching and holistic development activities. We provide unwavering support until graduation and successful clearance of licensing examinations, ensuring students establish themselves as qualified medical practitioners.
Yes, Foreign Medical Graduates possessing an MBBS degree from a WDOMS-accredited or NMC-approved medical university/college from Abroad can apply for FMGE. The Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE) is a license examination administered by India's National Board of Examinations (NBE) twice a year in June and December. It is a required examination for Indian citizens who have received a medical degree from a foreign college or university and wish to practice medicine in India.
Here is the step-by-step application for FMGE:
Please Note: Since NEET is mandatory for admissions to medical universities, NEET scorecard is required at the time of FMGE application. Required Documents include Aadhar Card/Driving License/PAN Card/ Passport/Voter ID, Class 12 Marksheet and Certificate, Passport Size photograph, and signature as per the required specification.
Yes, you can practice in India after MBBS from Abroad. In order to be a medical practitioner in India, you will have to register yourself with the State or Indian Medical Council. You will have to qualify the screening test - FMGE which is conducted by the National Board of Examination of India. On clearing the screening test you will be eligible for registration as a doctor and will be allowed to practice at par with all other doctors in the country.
The medium of Instruction is in ENGLISH. However local Language training classes are offered for the initial 2 years. This is to make the student’s stay comfortable by enabling him to communicate with the locals and with patients during the clinical practice.
Yes, your parents, friends, relatives can visit you. Tourist Invitations can be issued in such matters.
Yes, after clearing the screening test & getting yourself registered with the State or Central Council you are eligible for any government appointment.